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PATTERN BY
DIANA MOORE AT PINK MOUSE BOUTIQUE

MATERIALS:

For some of the details on the house I used Oren Bayan cotton perle 12 thread. If you can’t
find it in the colors you’d like, good substitutes are Lizbeth 40, DMC cotton perle size 12, or
floss.

1. HOUSE:
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i. Red Brick House: burgundy for walls, dark yello w for roof, and ecru for
bricks
ii. Light Mint House: light mint for walls, violet for roof, white for bricks
b. Crochet hook: Boye size 10 (1.30 mm)
c. Cotton batting
d. Sewing needle
e. Sew -On snaps

You will also need 1 mm crochet hook (I use Boye) for some of the outside and inside décor of
the house.

2. OUTSIDE DÉCOR:
a. DMC cotton perle size 12
i. Windows: white and light cornflower blue
ii. Flowers: light cornflower blue
iii. Stripes on bumble bee: black
iv. Wings for bumble bee: white
b. Oren Bayan cotton perle size 12
i. Grass and flower stems and leaves: Christmas green
ii. Door: medium brown
c. Lizbeth 40 (bright yellow for bumble bee and book)
3. INSIDE DÉCOR:
a. Lizbeth 20:
i. Pillow: white
ii. Blanket: mocha brown, white, coral pink
iii. Clock: white and plum (or ocean turquoise)
iv. Basket: light pink (or white)

ABBREVIATIONS:

Mr – magic ring
Ch – chain
Sc – single crochet
Hdc – half double crochet
Sl st – slip stitch
BLO – back loop only
FLO – front loop only
Sk – skip





Dc – double crochet
St(s) – stitch(es)
Inc – increase
Dec – decrease
Sc…tog – single crochet…together
YO – yarn over
Fsc – foundation single crochet
Esc – extended single crochet

INSTRUCTIONS – PART 1: WALLS AND ROOF

OUTSIDE WALLS (x 2) :
Chain 1 and turn at the end of each row (except the last row) . With a color of your choice,
chain 26
Row 1: 1 sc in 2 nd ch from hook; sc until end of row – 25 sts
Rows 2 – 17: 25 sc
Leave a long tail for sewing. Fasten off and weave in the ends.

OUTSIDE ROOF (x 2) :
Chain 1 and turn at the end of each row. Chain 30
Row 1: 1 sc in 2 nd ch from hook; 1 sc until end of row; ch 1 and turn – 29 sts
Row 2: dec, 25 sc, dec; ch 1 and turn – 27 sts
Row 3: 27 sc in FLO
Row 4: dec, 23 sc, dec; ch 1 and turn – 25 sts
Row 5: 25 sc
Row 6: dec, 21 sc, dec – 23 sts
Row 7: 23 sc
Row 8: dec, 19 s c, dec – 21 sts
Row 9: 21 sc
Row 10: dec , 17 sc, dec – 19 sts
Row 11: 19 sc
Row 12: dec, 15 sc, dec – 17 sts
Row 13: dec, 13 sc, dec – 15 sts
Row 14: dec, 11 sc, dec – 13 sts
Row 15: dec, 9 sc, dec – 11 sts

Row 16: dec, 7 sc, dec – 9 sts
Row 17: dec, 5 sc, dec – 7 sts
Row 1 8: sc3tog, 1 sc, sc3tog – 3 sts
Fasten off.
Sew the wall to the BL of row 3 of the roof (where you crocheted in the FLO earlier).
Because row 3 of the roof has 27 sts and the wall only 25 sts, skip the 1 st and last st of the
roof and sew the two pieces together in the middle 25 sts.

INSIDE WALLS (x 2) :
Chain 1 and turn at the end of each row (except the last row) . Chain 26
Row 1: 1 sc in 2 nd ch from hook; sc until end of row – 25 sts
Rows 2 – 15: 25 sc
Leave a long tail for sewing. Fasten off and weave in the ends.

INSIDE ROOF (x 2):
The inside roof is made the exact same way as the outside roof. For row 3 of the roof,
crochet in both loops.
Here I used the same color as the walls.
Sew the last row of the wall to the first row of the roof. Because the roof has 29 sts and the
wall is only 25 sts , skip the first 2 stitches and the last 2 sts of the roof.

After sewing the wall and roof together, you can create bricks. I used the back stitch to
embroider lines horizontally (every 2 – 3 rows, depending on how tall you want your bricks to
be). Then I sewed a line down every 5 sti tches.

You will sc around the house (roof and wall) with the same color thread you used to make the
wall and roof respectively. You will single crochet 3 in every corner (red circles). And on the
very last round of the roof (where you have 3 sts), you will 2 sc in each of those (blue circle).

Stuffing the house is optional. You can crochet the inside and outside wall and roof together
without adding anything in between. I used cotton batting cut into the shape of the house and
then crocheted both sides together. I used thread to match the wall and outside roof and
crocheted both sides together with the outside of the house facing me (2 nd picture).

When crocheting the outside and inside together, single crochet in every stitch except in four
of the corners you single crocheted 3 earlier (refer to picture below) . In those four corners
(marked with red circles), you will do the following (1 sc, 2 sc, 1 sc).

With the same color you used to make the walls, chain 16. Make sure to leave a long tail for
sewing.
Row 1: 1 sc in 2 nd ch from hook, 14 sc – 15 sts
Rows 2 – 5: 15 sc
Leave a long tail for sewing and fasten off.

With the whip stitch, sew the piece to the sides of the house so it can open like a book. Start
right under the roof and go down.

Sew the snaps to the inside walls of the house. I sewed them a couple of rows under the roof
and as close to the edge as possible (so there will be more space to add details later).

INSTRUCTIONS – PART 2: OUTSIDE WALLS DECOR

Flowers:
I used Oren Bayan cotton perle size 12 thread. But you can use floss, DMC cotton perle size
12, or Lizbeth size 40 thread. The color is light pink (or light blue for the red brick house) .
Mr, ch 1
1st petal: YO and insert through loop; YO again and pull (3 loops on hook); YO and insert
through loop; YO again and pull (5 loops on hook);
YO and insert through loop; YO again and pull.
You should have 7 loops on your hook.
YO again and pull through all loops.
Chain 1 and sl st in ring.
Repeat 4 more times until you have 5 petals.
Fasten off.





I made three flowers.
Stems and leaves:
I used the back stitch to embroider the stems and leaves of the flowers to the back of the
house. The stems are 4 rows high. After you go up 4 rows using the back stitch, sew
through each stitch going down (refer to pictures below). Then go at an angle to each side
of the stem to make leaves.

Grass:
I used Oren Bayan cotton perle size 12 thread with 1 mm hook (Boye). But you can use
floss, DMC cotton perle size 12, or Lizbeth size 40 thread. The color is Christmas green.
Ch 34
Row 1: 1 hdc in 3 rd ch from hook; 31 hdc
Row 2: sk1, 5 dc in next, sk 1, sl st in next
Alternate until you have 8 shells (end of row 2).
Fasten off. Sew the grass to the bottom of the back of the house.




I sewed the flowers to the stems after I attached the grass.

Bee:
I used bright yellow, Lizbeth 40 and 1 mm crochet
hook (Boye).
Ch 3
1 sc in 2 nd ch from hook; 3 sc in next
Continue by going around the chain and 2 sc in st
on the other side.
Sl st to join to 1 st st and fasten off.
I used Lizbeth 40, color black to sew two lines on
the bee.
Then I sewed it to the back of the house and with
white thread (DMC cotton perle 12), I added the
wings.




Windows (x 2):
With DMC cotton perle 12 , color white and 1 mm crochet hook chain 7 .
Row 1: 1hdc in 2 nd ch from hook, 3hdc, 4 hdc in 5 th stitch; go around the chain and 5 hdc; ch
2 and turn – 12 sts
Row 2: 5 hdc , (1 hdc, inc) x 2, 4 hdc – 15 sts
Change to DMC cotton perle size 12, color light blue . C h 1 and turn
Row 3: 6 sc, 3 sc inc, 6 sc – 18 sts
Sc around the bottom of the window. I made 6 sc. Then sl st to the 1 st st of the last row.
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

Door:
I used Oren Bayan cotton perle size 12, brown color. But you can use floss, Lizbeth 40, or
DMC cotton perle size 12 thread.
Ch 13
Row 1: 1hdc in 3 rd ch from hook, 10 hdc – 11 sts
Rows 2 -5: 11 hdc
Sc all around the door. 2 sc in each of the 4 corners of the door.
Fasten off leaving a lo ng tail for sewing.
Sew the door to the bottom middle of the front of the house and then the windows on each
side of the door.

INSTRUCTIONS – PART 3: INSIDE WALLS DECOR

Blanket:
I used Lizbeth 20 and 1.30 mm hook. The colors are mocha brown, coral pink, and white.
Ch 16 with the mocha brown thread.
Each square is made of 5 sts and 4 rows.
Alternate colors until you make the last row (row 12).
Then using the mocha brown thread (or any color of your choice), sc around the entire
blanket. You will 3 sc in each of the 4 corners of the blanket.
Change to white and sl st in the FLO all around the blanket again. This time ch 1 in each of
the 4 corners. You will still sl st in each st of the blanket.

Then using the mocha brown thread (or any color of your choice), sc around the entire
blanket. You will 3 sc in each of the 4 corners of the blanket. Refer to brown arrows in the
graph above.
Change to white and sl st in the FLO all around the blan ket again (blue arrows). This time
ch 1 in each of the 4 corners. You will still sl st in each st of the blanket.
Change to mocha brown again and 1 sc in the BLO of the previous round (not the sl st
round but the round before). You will sc crochet only in 3 sides of the blanket (refer to red
arrows). This will give more room to insert the doll inside the blanket once you sew it to
the house.

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Change to mocha brown again and 1 sc in
the BL that is left of the previous round
(not the sl st round but t he round before).
You will sc crochet only in 3 sides of the
blanket (refer to red arrows). This will
give more room to insert the doll inside
the blanket once you sew it to the house.

Pillow:
Row 1: 8 fsc; ch 1 and turn
Rows 2 – 4: 8 esc; ch 1 and turn
Row 5: 8 esc
Leave a long tail for sewing. Fasten off.


Sew 3 sides of the blanket to the inside of the house (bottom, left, and right). You will be
sewing the same three sides where you sc in BL earlier leaving the top open so you can
insert the doll later.
Sew the pillow1 or 2 rows above the blanket.

Clock :
For the outside of the clock, I used Lizbeth 20 color plum (light mint house) and ocean
turquoise color (red brick house) with 1.30 mm Boye hook .
Round 1: mr, ch 2, 8 hdc in the ring; sl st to join and ch 1 – 8 sts
Round 2: 2 sc in each st – 16 sts
Round 3: (1 sc, inc) x 8 – 24 sts
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

For the inside of the clock, I used Lizbeth 20 color white.
Round 1: mr, ch 1, 8 sc; sl st to join and ch 1 – 8 sts
Round 2: inc; sl st to join – 16 sts
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

Sew the inside to the outside of the clock and with black thread (I used DMC cott on perle)
make 2 lines – one longer and one shorter.

Wardrobe:
I used Lizbeth 40 Autumn Orange Med color and 12 mm Boye hook.
Ch 22
Row 1: 1 hdc in 3 rd ch from hook, 19 hdc ; ch 2 and turn – 20 sts
Rows 2 – 10: 20 hdc ; ch 2 and turn
Row 11: 20 hdc; ch 1 and turn
Row 12: 20 sc
Leave a long rail for sewing and fasten off.
Doors (x 2):
Ch 19
Row 1: 1 hdc in 3 rd ch from hook, 16 hdc; ch 2 and turn – 17 sts
Rows 2 – 5: 17 hdc; ch 2 and turn
Row 6: 17 hdc; ch 1 and turn
Row 7: 17 sc
Make sure the doors properly fit (can close completely or even slightly bigger) before
fastening off.


Sew the clock to the top part of the house (above the bed and pillow).

Book basket :
I used Lizbeth 20 light pink (light mint house) and white (red brick house) and size 10 hook
(1.3 mm). chain 1 and turn at the end of each row.
Ch 9
Row 1: inc, 6 sc, inc – 10 sts
Row 2: 10 sts
Row 3: inc, 8 sc, inc – 12 sts
Row 4: 12 sc
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.
Sew the basket right above the wardrobe. Leave the top open. That way you can insert a
book or anything else small you may make for your doll.
When finished with both doors, sew or crochet them to the wardrobe. I crocheted mine
together the same way I did with the house.
Sew the wardrobe to the inside of the house.
Sew a small button to one of the doors.
Make 15 chain and sew to the other door for a button hole.

Book:
I used Lizbeth 40, bright yellow (or poppi red) with 1 mm hook for the book cover and
DMC cotton perle 12, color white for the pages. Chain 1 and turn at the end of each row.
With bright yellow, chain 6
Row 1: 1 sc in 2 nd ch from hook, 4 sc – 5 sts
Rows 2 – 10: 5 sc
Now 1 sc all around the book cover. 2 sc in every corner.

With white, ch 9
Row 1: 1 sc in 2 nd ch from hook, 7 sc; ch 1 and turn – 8 sts
Row 2: 8 sc; ch 1 and turn
Row 3: 8 sc
Now sc all around the page. 2 sc in each of the corners.
The pages need to be slightly smaller than the cover so that when you close the book, they
don’t poke out of the cover.
I used the thread from the cover to sew the white pages to the cover. Then I folded the
book and sewed everything together on top so the book will stay folded. The ne edle should
go through the cover front and back and the white pages in the middle. Weave in the ends.



With white, ch 9
Row 1: 1 sc in 2 nd ch from hook, 7 sc; ch 1 and turn – 8 sts
Row 2: 8 sc; ch 1 and turn
Row 3: 8 sc
Now sc all around the page. 2 sc in each of the corners.
The pages need to be slightly smaller than the cover so that when you close the book, they
don’t poke out of the cover.
Use the thread from the cover to sew the white pages down the middle of the cover. Fold
the book and sew everything together on top so the book will stay folded. The needle
should go through the cover front and back and the white pages in the middle. Weave in
the ends.

Depending on your thread and tension, the finished house s hould be about 3 inches long
and 2.5 inches wide (when closed). And when open, it’s a little over 5 inches wide .
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