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PRINCESS ElsA

from the movie Frozen

2014
pattern by philae artes
Princess Elsa - form the movie Frozen. pattern by Philae Artes

Table of contents:

Materials........................... 2
Reference images............ 3
pattern.............................. 4
contact info.....................5

Doll Height: 11 inches (28 cm)

Yarn colors

I use Brazilian Brands' yarns our


default size measures 100g/200m (217
yds).
Since different countries measure in
different ways. You may have to check
your yarn size.

Light brown skin yarn


Citrine yellow (for the hair)
Turquoise blue yarn
Light blue yarn

Extra materials:
Acrylic fiber (to stuff)
A pair of blue safety eyes (8mm)
Pen for fabric

Tools:
Crochet hook (3.0mm)
Scissors
Tapestry needle

To make this pattern you need to


know:
How to make a magic circle (also
known as magic ring)
Chain stitch
Slip stitch
Single crochet stitch (to increase and
decrease)
Double crochet stitch (to increase
and decrease)
How to change to a different yarn
color

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Princess Elsa - form the movie Frozen. pattern by Philae Artes

REFERENCE IMAGES

#4 eyes placement

#1 skirt

#2 foot position

#5 back side

#3 complete doll without skirt

#6 fringe

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Princess Elsa - form the movie Frozen. pattern by Philae Artes

Pattern Rnd 14-18: sc in each st (12)


Change to turquoise blue yarn.
Rnd 19: sc in each st (12)
Abbreviations:
Finish off. Stuff.
Rnd = round
St = stitch FEET X2
Sc = single crochet Light blue yarn.
Sl st = slip stitch Rnd 1: 6 in magic circle (6)
Inc = increase Rnd 2: sc in each st (6)
Dec = decrease Rnd 3: *sc in the next 2 st, inc* x2 (8)
Dc = double crochet Rnd 4: sc in each st (8)
* * = repeat instructions between asterisks Finish off, leaving a long tail to the legs later. Stuff.
( ) = number of total stitches by round
ARMS X2
HEAD/BODY Before starting, please notice that we are working from
Light brown skin yarn. the hand to the shoulders, from the bottom to the upper
Rnd 1: 6 in magic circle (6) part.
Rnd 2: inc x6 (12) Light brown skin yarn.
Rnd 3: *sc in the next st, inc* x6 (18) Rnd 1: 6 in magic circle (6)
Rnd 4: *sc in the next 2 st, inc* x6 (24) Rnd 2: sc in each st (6)
Rnd 5-10: sc in each st (24) Change to light blue yarn.
Rnd 11: *sc in the next 2 st, dec* x6 (18) Rnd 3-10: sc in each st (6)
Put the safety eyes (approximately around the 7 th and 8th Change to light brown skin yarn again.
rounds). Rnd 11: sc in each st (6)
Rnd 12: *sc in the next st, dec* x6 (12) Finish off, leaving a long tail to sew to the body later.
Stuff the head. Dont stuff.
Rnd 13: dec x6 (6)
Rnd 14-15: sc in each st (6) BREASTS X2
Stuff the neck. Now, lets do the body. Turquoise blue yarn.
Rnd 16: inc x6 (12) Rnd 1: 6 in magic circle (6)
Rnd 17: inc x12 (24) Finish off, leaving a long tail to sew to the body later.
Rnd 18: sc in each st (24)
Change to turquoise blue yarn. SKIRT
Rnd 19: sc in each st (24) Turquoise blue yarn.
Rnd 20: *sc in the next 2 st, dec* x6 (18) The skirt will be a separated piece that we will attach to
Rnd 21: sc in each st (18) the body afterwards. Don't worry with its size, it passes
Rnd 22: *sc in the next st, dec* x6 (12) around the legs just fine.
Stuff the body. Chain 20. Join the last chain with the first chain with a
Rnd 23: dec x6 (6) slip stitch to make a circle. Be careful not to make it
Rnd 24: inc x6 (12) twisted.
Rnd 25: *sc in the next st, inc* x6 (18) In the next rounds, be aware that, after the ch 2, the first
Rnd 26: sc in each st (18) dc starts in the same stitch of the chain.
Rnd 27: *sc in the next 2 st, inc* x6 (24) Rnd 1: ch 2; dc in each st (20)
Finish off, leaving a long tail to sew both legs later. Stuff Rnd 2: ch 2; *dc in the next 4 st, inc* x4 (24)
this last part. Rnd 3: ch 2; *dc in the next 3 st, inc* x6 (30)
Rnd 4-11: ch 2; dc in each st (30)
LEGS X2 Finish off. Hide the tails in the skirt inner side.
Before starting, please notice that we are working from Check the image #1 to see what you should have done.
the feet to the thighs, from the bottom to the upper part.
Light blue yarn.
Rnd 1: 6 in magic circle (6) DETAILS:
Rnd 2-3: sc in each st (6)
Change to light brown skin yarn. Now that you created all the pieces, lets put them all
Rnd 4-5: sc in each st (6) together! Remember that, to attach all the parts to the
Rnd 6: sc in the next 5 st, inc (7) body, we are going to use the tapestry needle. All the tails
Rnd 7-11: sc in each st (7) must be hidden inside the body.
Rnd 12: *sc in the next 2 st, inc* x2 + sc in the next st (9) - Start sewing the legs. Note that you have 24 stitches at
Rnd 13: *sc in the next 2 st, inc* x3 (12) the body to sew the 2 legs, each leg with 12 stitches. Be

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Princess Elsa - form the movie Frozen. pattern by Philae Artes

careful when sewing. Dont pull the thread too much to Cut the hair pieces (50 threads of the citrine yellow yarn)
avoid it from looking like a separated body part. with approx. 17 (45 cm) and then knot then on her head
- Lets attach the shoes. Check the image #2 to make sure (top and sides). After that, you are going to make the
you are not sewing it in the wrong position. braid (check the image #5 to see how it looks like). If
- Sew both arms to the body. necessary, use your scissors to cut the end of the braid to
- Sew her breasts. You dont need to stuff them. Check the make it straight. To make the fringe, cut two yarn threads
image #3 to see what youve done so far (apart from the and attach them with a simple knot in forehead, so there
hair). will be four resulting tips (check the image #6). Cut the
- Now its time to sew the skirt around the waist. Note fringe the way you like it better.
that it's not mandatory to sew it, specially if the doll is
going to be owned by a child (they love to change
clothes!).
- I use a pen for fabric to make the eyelashes (check the
Please, don't forget to qualify our shop if you liked this
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section.

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I hope you enjoyed doing this crochet project!

Please, do not redistribute this PDF file. My blog has several free amigurumi patterns.

Notice: Don't leave small amigurumi pieces near unattended children due to the risk of swallowing it.
Also, keep in mind that is always better to use anti-allergic yarn if the amigurumi is going to be
constantly manipulated (used as a toy).