free crochet pattern for a fairy

Crochet fairy doll free CAL- Part two

Welcome to part two for Flora the Fairy Free crochet-a-long! In part one we made the head and hair of the fairy.

This fairy is Low-sew, so that means we will be crocheting all the petals and limbs first so that we can attach them to the body as we crochet it. 

Flora the fairy is a intermediate/ easy patterns that mostly consist out of Single crochet stitches.

To know how much Yarn and other materials you need to make this fairy please follow this link to my introduction post.  

This fairy crochet-a-long will stay on my blog, but if you don’t want to wait for each section of visit each blog separately to make this fairy you can grab the fully detailed PDF pattern with lots of photos and no adds in my shops!

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The free pattern here on the blog doesn’t contain any photo tutorial guide, it is just the written pattern. 

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Part two of Flora Fairy:

Ears and Arms

Abbreviations:

Stitch terms:

  • SC: Single Crochet
  • DC: Double Crochet
  • TC: Treble Crochet
  • MC: Magic Ring (CH2 start is optional)
  • INC: INCrease
  • DEC: DECrease
  • SL ST: Slip-stitch
  • CH: Chain
  • FO: Finish off
  • STS: Stitches
  • BLO: Back Loop Only

Hook size: 3.00mm

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The ears

Ears (Make two) :

Colour A: 

1: MC, 6 SC [6]

2: INC x6 [12]

Ear tips:

3: SC in next st, (DC, CH1,DC ) in the same stitch, SC in the next stitch.

 

FO, Leave a tail of yarn to sew the ears over the hair and face on the side of the head.

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The arms

Arms: (Make two)

COLOUR A: 

1: MC, 6 SC [6]

2: (SC, INC) x3 [9]

3-17: SC in each stitch around [9] *15 Rounds* – Stuff the arm as you increase-

 

Pinch the opening of the arm between your index and thumb, working through both sides of the arm SL ST or SC 4 sts across, closing up the bottom of the arm. FO, Weave in ends

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If you have made it this far you have completed PART TWO of Flora the Fairy. 

Visit PART THREE to make the wings and petals.

If you are taking part in this crochet-a-long, join my Facebook Group and share your finished part one with the group! 

Pattern Disclosure: My blog contains Google ads, these ads support me financially so that I can keep on giving you free patterns. These ads are at no extra charge to you. Thank you for the support. Please share the direct link of the blog link and don’t make screen-prints of the pattern. Although the pattern is free it still remains the property of Yarn Over with Natasha. 
This blog is also copyright protected so copy and pasting is disabled. Please do not screen print but rather support me as a designer by getting the printable pattern in my shop for a very low price.

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