Weebee_Nelly_Doll_-_Strappy_Summer_Dress

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Nelly Doll – S trappy S ummer Dress
© 2017 Text and images by Laura Tegg, all rights reserved.
Finished products created with this pattern may be used for commercial sale.
Design credit should be given to Laura Tegg when finished products are listed for sale.









Before you begin…
Nelly - the dress in this pattern has been designed to fit my Nelly doll. You can
find the pattern here for free : http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/weebee -
special -edition -nelly -doll - please make sure that you have the Revised
April 2017 version of the p attern with the blonde doll on the first page.

Important Information Regarding Yarn & Hook Choice
I have tried very hard to make my clothing patterns as versatile as possible. In theory as long as
you use the same type of yarn e.g. acrylic, cotton etc., the same brand of yarn, the same weight of
yarn and the same hook size, the clothing should fit your dolls.
However, some people have commented that they have a tendency to stuff their dolls very, very
firmly (one person said ‘like a brick’) and a lot of people use cotton y arn too which doesn’t have
much give. If this is you, you may not be able to manipulate your dolls into the clothing as easily
as I can, as although I stuff my dolls firmly I don’t stuff them so firmly that I cannot pull and/or push
them into the clothing with ease. I also use acrylic yarn for my dolls and their clothing which has a
lot of stretch to it.
Therefore If you tend to stuff your dolls very firmly, so that that the dolls body has very little give or
use cotton yarn, it is highly recommended that you go up at least a hook size when making the
clothing within this pattern .

I have noted in the individual patterns when there is a good point at which to try the pieces on
before you work any further, so that you can rework what you have done so far wit h a different
sized hook if you need to.
Useful info for those who crochet left handed
Please take a look at this site for hints and tips about following crochet patterns if you are left
handed https://www.anniescatalog.com/crochet/content.html?content_id=554&type_id=T
Now you can also join a Facebook page dedicated to my Weebee dolls – I like to post sneak
pee ks of new patterns and host the odd CAL or two there too! Everyone welcome!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1590618731240406/
Terminology: US Abbreviations Cont/d…
Double Crochet (dc)
Half double crochet (hdc)
Loop (lp)
Magic ring (MR)
Next (nxt)
Round (rnd)
Single Crochet (sc)
Space (sp)
Abbreviations Cont/d…
Skip (skp)
Stitch (st)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Yarn Over (yo)
Other items needed:
Stitch marker
Tapestry needle

Abbreviations:
Back loop only (blo)
Chain (ch)
Which yarns did I use for my doll and clothing?
Not a recommendation as such, it’s just because I get asked this a lot. We don’t have much
choice here in the UK yarn wise, Stylecraft Special DK is my abso lute favourite brand here though,
lovely to work with and reasonably priced 
Pattern Start
Dre ss
The dress is worked from the chest down in joined rounds, at the
end of each round join the la st st to the first with a sl st . The
straps are added afterwards.
Ch26, join last ch to first with a sl st being careful not to twist the
ch.
Rnd 1: Ch1 (not a st from now on), hd c in each ch around, join
(as above) (26 sts)
Rnd s 2-6: Ch1, hdc in e ach st around, join (26 sts)
Now is a good time to try the dress on for fit. If it’s too big, work
the above 6 rounds again using a smaller hook as appropriate, if
it’s too small, use a bigger hook as appropriate.
Rnd 7 : Ch1, hdc in each of the first 12 sts, 2hdc in the next st, hdc in each of the next 12 sts, 2hdc
in the next st, join (28 sts)
Rnd 8 : Ch1, hdc in each of the first 13 sts, 2hdc in the next st, hdc in each of the next 13 sts, 2hdc
in the next st, join (30 sts)
Rnd 9 : Ch1, hdc in each of the first 14 sts, 2hdc in the next st, hdc in each of the next 14 sts, 2hdc
in the next st, join (32 sts)
Rnd 10 : Ch1, hdc in each of the first 15 sts, 2hdc in the next st, hdc in each of the next 15 sts, 2hdc
in the next st, join (34 sts)

Rnd 11 : Ch1, hdc in each of the first 16 sts, 2hdc in the next st, hdc in each of the next 16 sts, 2hdc
in the next st, join (36 sts)
Rnd 12 : Ch1, hdc in each of the first 8sts, 2hdc in the next st, *hdc in each of the next 8sts, 2hdc
in the next st, repeat from * around, join (40 sts)
Rnd 13 : Ch1, sc in first st, hdc in next st, (dc.ch1,dc) in next st, hdc in next st, sc in next st , *sc in
next st, hdc in next st, (dc.ch1,dc) in next st, hdc in next st, sc in next st , repeat from * around, joi n
(8 scallop s)
Fasten off.
Straps
Attach ya rn to top of dress at the back.
Rnd 1: Ch1 (not a st from now on) , sc in each of the first 4sts, ch6 , skp
5sts, sc in each of the next 8sts, ch6 , skp 5 sts, sc in e ach of the
remaining 4 sts, join as before (16 sts & two ch6 loops)
Rnd 2: Sl st LOOSELY in e ach st and ch around , join (28 sl sts)
Fasten off and hide loose ends.

Head Band
Ch a length to fit around your doll ’s head and join the las t ch to the first
with a sl st, then simply ch1 (not a st) and hdc in each st around, joining
last st to first with a sl st. Fasten off and hide loose ends.


Shoes – Nelly is wearing the Mary Jane shoes which are included in the
free doll pattern – link on first page 



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I really hope you have enjoyed completing the items within this pattern!
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