Amigurumi Doll 'Merida' by Carola Kaiser

Amigurumi Doll 'Merida'

June 2015
Aran (8 wpi) ?
3.5 mm (E)
2.75 mm (C)
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CROCHET PATTERN - Merida from Brave

This is a crochet pattern for the adorable Merida princess from the movie ‘Brave’.

Merida is a beautiful and stunning princess doll and a unique piece of craft. She has large, embroidered eyes and wears her green dress. The puffy yellow sleeves and the lace around the neckline give her a stunning and realistic look. She is truly a princess! The luscious orange hair has a vibrant color and is curly and wild. Merida wears brown shoes in the style of the movie princess and carries her impressive large bow.

*** Due to the nature of this amigurumi doll with its open hair, I cannot recommend this as a toy for a child under the age of three ! ***

Includes one PDF file, 22 pages.
The pattern is written in English, using US crochet terminology for right-handed crocheters. It contains detailed instructions with many step-by-step photos and useful tips.

~11” (27cm) with worsted weight yarn (199g = 355yd/325m) and a E/3,5 mm crochet hook.

Intermediate - you will need to know how to crochet stitches like single, double, and half double crochets, starting with a magic circle, and increase and invisible decrease techniques. There are lovely tiny details and the assembling and embellishment requires love, patience and time.

• Worsted weight yarn in 5 colors
• Yarn leftovers in sports weight for embroidering the face
• Crochet hooks E/3.5mm and C/2.75mm
• Stuffing material
• 1 pipe cleaner for the bow
• Needles, pins, and scissors
• Pipe cleaners for stabilization

I put a lot of patience into my patterns, but human mistakes are always possible. Please contact me at if you have any questions.
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You may NOT sell, distribute or change the pattern or any images contained inside the pattern
or upload it to the internet. You MAY sell your finished Plum Pudding doll provided you credit me as the
designer (Pattern by @CrochetCuteDolls).