Alice Cullen Inspired Doll

 

I’m a really big fan of the Twilight Saga and have made a few twilight themed things before, but for my latest project I thought I’d really aim high and try to crochet Alice.  I used an outfit from New Moon as the basis for her and I think it turned out pretty nice. 

Materials:

Red Heart black, soft white,  and grey(4)

Red Heart crochet thread size 10

Caron Simply Soft Ocean (I used a smaller hook with this to get a tighter stitch)

The body for this amigurumi was found on another website.  I thought they had a good foundation for what I was looking for and only tweaked the head.  Therefore I am linking to their pattern, in order to give credit to where credit is due. 

http://byhookbyhand.blogspot.com/2009/07/one-of-things-ive-really-wanted-to-do.html

Head

Sc 6 in magic ring

Round 1: *2 sc in each sc* around (12)

Round 2: *sc 1, 2 sc in next sc* around (18)

Round 3-6: sc in each sc (18)

Round 7: *sc1, dec in next 2 sc* around (12)

Round 8: *dec in next 2 sc* around (6)

F/O.  and attach to body

Shirt (chain 1 and turn at the end of each row)

Chain 38, sc in 2nd chain from hook and each chain across (37)  This is the bottom of her shirt

Row 1-4: sc in each sc across

Row 5: sc 1, dec, sc 31, dec, sc 1, (35)

Row 6: sc in each sc across (35)

Row 7: sc 1, dec, sc 29, dec, sc 1(33)

Row 8-13: sc in each sc across (33)

Row 14: sc 1, dec, sc 27, dec, sc 1 (31)

Row 15-17: sc in each sc across (31)

Row 18: sc 1, dec, sc 25, dec, sc 1 (29)

Row 19: sc in each sc across (29)

Row 20: sc 1, dec, sc 23, dec, sc 1 (27)

Row 21-22: sc in each sc across (27)

F/O.  This forms the body of her outfit.

Count 12 sc over and sc into the 13th sc.  Then sc 6 more across (7)

Row 1-2: sc in each sc across (7) This forms the back/top of her shirt.

Chain 12, sc in 2nd sc from hook and the next 4 chains (5) Beginning to make the over the shoulder part.

Row 1-2: sc in each sc across (5)

Row 3:  sc 4 (4)

Row 4: sc 3 (3).  This may look a little wacky but just follow me.  The part with the 5 sc will be the part attached to the 27 sc rows that wrap around her to form her coat openining.

Other over the shoulder side

Attach to the 7th crochet that formed the back/top of her shirt. Chain 12, sc in 2nd sc from hook and the next 4 chains (5) Beginning to make the over the shoulder part.

Row 1-2: sc in each sc across (5)

Row 3:  sc 4 (4)

Row 4: sc 3 (3). 

F/O.  Attach same way as other one.  Look at picture for help or feel free to leave a comment.

Sleeves (chain 1 and turn at the end of each row)

Ch 13, sc in 2nd chain from hook and across (12)

Row 1: in front loop only *sc 3, 2 sc in the next sc* across (15)

Row 2: sc in each sc across (15)

Row 3: sc 6, dec, sc 7 (14)

Row 4: slip stitch in first sc, sc 12, slip stitch last sc (12)

Row 5: skip first stitch, sc 11 (11)

Row 6: skip first stitch, sc 8 (8)

Row 7: skip first stitch, sc 6 (6)

F/O.

Gloves (chain 1 and turn at the end of each row)

Ch 7, sc in 2nd chain from hook and across (6)

Row 1-2: sc in each sc (6)

Row 3: chain 3(instead of one).Front post double crochet in the first 5 stitches, 2 fpdc in last sc

F/O.

Leggings

Chain 8 sc in 2nd chain from hook (7)

Row 1: sc in each sc across (7)

Row 2: sc 3, 2sc in next sc, sc 3 (8)

Row 3: sc in each sc across (8)

Row 4: sc 3, 2 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc 3 (10)

Row 5-23: sc in each sc across (10)

F/O.    
    

Boots (chain 1 and turn at the end of each row)

I know this is a weird patterns for the boots and could have probably came up with something a little bit better, but I wanted something that would be snug to her food and could still come off.

Ch 11, sc in 2nd chain from hook and across (10)

Row 1: sc in each sc across (10)

Row 2: Sc 4, dec, sc 4

Row 3-4: sc in each sc across (9)

F/O and attach to leg.  The other half of the boot goes around her foot and will connect to this part.

ch 10, sc in the 2nd chain from the hook and in each across (9)

Row 1: sc 3, dec, sc 4

Row 2-4: sc in each sc across

F/O. and place around foot and stitch on.

Assembly:

This is very difficult to assemble.  You have all of these pieces but have no clue what to do with them. :/

I started off with the leggings and wrapped them around each of her legs and sewed them shut with leftover pieces of yarn.  She doesn’t have real pants because they don’t show and she has a shirt to cover them.

I then placed the top part of the boot on first using the same method as the leggings by wrapping and sewing shut.  I then took the foot piece and closed the opening around the foot and began to sew up the foot until it reached the upper part of the boot and sewed around it to make it a complete boot.

After that I took the body part of her shirt and wrapped it around her and positioned buttons where they should go after lining it up and was able to make it a buttonable coat.  After buttoning I attached the over the shoulder part to the body part of the shirt with the 5 sc’s lining up horizontally with the body.  

The white undershirt is sheer fabric I had but felt could be used as her undershirt.  I then attached her gloves to her hand making sure part of the hand stuck out.  You can make it with or without a thumb.  If you want  thumb all you have to do is ch 3, sc in 2nd chain from hook and the next sc and attach. 

The nose was completed by having a chain 3, sc in 2nd chain from hook and slip stitching into the last one and attaching to the head.  The hair you can find tutorials for online.

The scarf was also a piece of that sheer fabric I had on hand and painted splotches on them to match Alice’s.

Alice is copyright Summit Entertainment and Stephenie Meyer

This pattern is an original pattern by Shelly Hedko. Please do not claim it as your own. Feel free to print off a copy for personal use but do not post it on your site. Sharing is allowed, just please link to my site. Also, do not sell items made by these patterns, gifts are always better.

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