The Witch Sisters ~Lumy and Lully~ by Lumy Leven

The Witch Sisters ~Lumy and Lully~

Crochet
October 2020
both are used in this pattern
Sport (12 wpi) ?
2.0 mm
1.5 mm
Approximately 20cm from the tip of the hat
US
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

A little message from me:
Hey, fellow crocheters!
It’s me, Harumi Levenhagen, or you can call me just Lumy. When I first published this pattern, I released it by the brand Haru Leven, so if you find other old versions around, don’t worry, it’s the same thing! I went through a few challenges in my personal life in the last couple of years, which made me decide to withdraw for a while from the internet. But now, I think it’s the time for me to come back to my passions, and amigurumi is one of my big ones! So, I’m making all my old patterns available once again! And, of course, planning to start working on new ones!
Thank you for supporting my designer path! This community has always shown so much love for my creations over those years! It always meant a lot to me and encouraged me to follow my creativity!

©Copyright Notice
This is a free amigurumi pattern designed by Lumy Leven. You have permission to sell finished products made from this pattern, however, attributing me the due credits for this design for any form of distribution is mandatory. Also, selling, re-writing, or copying any part of the pattern itself is prohibited.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
If you have any questions or tips, please reach out by email at lumyartstudio@gmail.com.
Thank you for choosing my design.
I hope you enjoy it!

For this project you’ll need:

Materials:

  • 3mm crochet hook and adequate yarn for this hook size in the colour light green (try to aim for a ton like Pantone’s Lichen)
  • 5mm crochet hook and adequate yarn for this hook size in the colour beige (I recommend a plush or fluffy yarn)
  • 2cm safety eyes
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle
  • Doll needle (optional - would make some parts easier to work)
  • Pin needles
  • Stuffing fibre
  • Blush makeup

Yarn information: for this project, I used 100% cotton yarn Amigurumi (Círculo Produtos, TEX 492, Ne 6/5 ply, 16WPI) with a 3mm crochet hook and 85% polyamide and 15% acrylic plush yarn Amigulove Pelúcia (Cisne, TEX 833, 8WPI).

Size: approximately 14cm. The actual size of the finished item may change depending on the materials used. If you use different sizes of hook and yarn make sure you adapt the size of the eyes too.

My abbreviations (based on US terms):

  • MR - magic ring
  • ST - stitch
  • CH - chain
  • SL ST - slip stitch
  • SC - single crochet
  • INC - increase (2sc in the same st)
  • DEC - decrease (sc 2 together)
  • DC - double crochet
  • DC INC - double crochet increase (2dc in the same st)
  • DC DEC - double crochet decrease (dc 2 together)
  • BLO - back loops only (do the stitches using only the back loops of your work)
  • PICOT - picot stitch (ch3, insert the hook in the back loop of the first chain and do a sl st)
  • (STITCH)xNUMBER - number of times you have to repeat that stitch
  • { } - total number of stitches

Tips:

  • If you don’t know how to do one of the crochet stitches used in this pattern you can search on YouTube for “name of the stitch + tutorials” and you’ll find some very easy and detailed video tutorials for beginners.
  • The rows that don’t mention to do a chain between them are worked in continuous rounds, so it’ll be easier if you use a stitch marker to mark every last stitch from the row.

Materials:

  • 2mm crochet hook and adequate yarn for this hook size in the colours black, white, orange, a small piece of green and any tons you like for the skin
  • 1.5mm crochet hook and adequate yarn for this hook size in the colours black, lilac and pink for the clothes (you can use the same yarn type and hook size for the whole doll, but I think using a smaller hook and thinner yarn makes the clothes lighter and more delicate)
  • Wool yarn in purple or any colours you like for the hair (I highly recommend not using cotton yarn for this part because the wool is so much lighter, and since it’s a lot of hair, you can have trouble using a heavier yarn)
  • 2 pairs of 7cm safety eyes
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle (you can also use a doll needle, which would make some parts easier to work)
  • Embroidery needle
  • Pin needles
  • Stuffing fibre
  • Handicraft wire or a piece of a wooden stick
  • Blush makeup

Yarn information: for this project, I used 100% cotton yarn Bella (Fios Pingouin, TEX 370, 5ply, 12WPI) with a 2mm crochet hook and 100% cotton yarn Anne (Círculo Produtos, TEX 295, Ne 4/2, 2ply, 14WPI) with a 1.5mm crochet hook.
Size: approximately 20cm from the tip of the hat. The actual size of the finished item may change depending on the materials used. If you use different sizes of hook and yarn, make sure you adapt the size of the eyes too.

My abbreviations (based on US terms):

  • MR - magic ring
  • ST - stitch
  • CH - chain
  • SL ST - slip stitch
  • SC - single crochet
  • INC - increase (2sc in the same st)
  • DEC - decrease (sc 2 together)
  • DC - double crochet
  • HDC - half double crochet
  • BLO - back loops only (do the stitches using only the back loops of your work)
  • FLO - front loops only (do the stitches using only the front loops of your work)
  • (STITCH)xNUMBER - number of times you have to repeat that stitch
  • - total number of stitches

Tips:

  • If you don’t know how to do one of the crochet stitches used in this pattern you can search on YouTube for “name of the stitch + tutorials” and you’ll find some very easy and detailed video tutorials for beginners.
  • The rows that don’t mention to do a chain between them are worked in continuous rounds, so it’ll be easier if you use a stitch marker to mark every last stitch from the row.