This is one of those projects that give you a real sense of accomplishment when completed.
The instructions are very clear and easy to follow, with a lot of photos for help along the way. However,it is not suitable for a first amigurumi project. I feel it is more for an intermediate amigurumi crocheter, someone with a number of amigurumi projects under their belt already.
I realize my doll does not completely resemble the ones shown in the pattern photos, but I am in love with it nonetheless ❤ . If you take a look on the Ravelry page (click the pattern link below) where you can get this pattern, check out the finished dolls that other crocheters have made. They are all unique, but special and beautiful! These dolls are definitely a keepsake and your little girl will love and cherish it!
Gracie and Gabby by Deanna Albon (this is a paid pattern, but soooooo worth the money invested!)
Red Heart Super Saver yarn- colors Buff, Cafe Latte, Pretty N Pink, Amethyst, White
12 mm brown plastic safety eyes
3.75 mm hook
wooden dowel (in the neck to support the weight of the head)
2 small buttons
A small amount of embroidery floss for the eyelashes and mouth (black and pink)
Approzimately 15 inches tall