Magician Doll, Black Girl Magic by Don't Get it Twisted Crochet

Magician Doll, Black Girl Magic

October 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
3.75 mm (F)
2.5 mm
This pattern is available for $7.50 USD buy it now

I’m so excited to be able to release this design. I have had the idea of doing a magician doll for a while now because you know, black girls, been magic, but I didn’t know the magic that was really going to happen as I was creating this design. I have been working on perfecting my doll’s feet to fit 18” doll shoes for a while now, I normally could customize the doll to fit a particular pair of shoes but could never get it just fit for the doll to be able to change shoes… until NOW! So not only can you make your very own magician you can customize your doll’s outfit to go with all the cute shoes.

Pattern is written in US crochet terminology and is an Intermediate to Advanced pattern. The pattern is written well enough for a beginner to complete but you must be comfortable with:
~ crocheting in the continuous round,
~ crocheting in the back loop and changing yarn color
~ This is a leg up doll with arms worked into the body (so no sewing on limbs).

Pattern includes instructions for the base doll, top hat, and wand. In addition to written pattern there are also video tutorials on some of the more tricky parts.

There is also additional information in the pattern where you can find information on a crochet bunny as well as crochet bow that can be used as a bow-tie.

Finished Doll will be approximately 16” tall depending on yarn used, hook size and your tension

**** This is not a finished doll no physical product will be shipped. You will receive a digital download with instructions to create your own doll***

This doll design is by Yolonda Jordan of My Pretty Brownd Doll & My Crochet Life – All rights reserved. This pattern or parts of it must not be reproduced or published (printed or online), altered, resold or used for commercial purposes. You can sell items made from this pattern, provided that they are handmade by yourself and you give credit to Yolonda Jordan as the designer. Thank you!