Meet Zayd! With his baseball cap and cute little ears, he is just too sweet! We noticed that there's a dearth of boy doll patterns out there. Doll play is so important for children as a way to learn empathy, foster their imaginations, practice self-expression, and nurture emotional intelligence. Yet, boys are often left out of this equation. Zayd would make a wonderful crochet gift for the little boy (or girl) in your life. He is approximately 12 inches in height. He was made using DK yarn and a 2.75mm hook but any yarn with the relevant hook will do.
Lastly, here is another lovely, kid-next-door boy doll that will be a fan favorite. Additionally, notice how amazingly customizable this project is. I'm sure you will love it as will your kids!
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Perhaps are you in a more child-like mood, perhaps a little melancholy? If so, here is the Elliot boy doll for your serene and peaceful enjoyment, as well as his lovely companion.
The Baby Mouse in Basket pattern includes instructions for a little, newborn mouse, his Moses basket bed, and a leaf blanket. This sweet amigurumi set is a fun pretend play toy for young children to practice bedtime routines. The baby mouse fits perfectly inside of the basket, nesting under his leaf blanket, and kids will enjoy putting the young animal to sleep. It is relatively quick to work up given its size and makes a wonderful gift for girls and boys like.
We are loving this unique take on a crochet deer pattern! Instead of making another deer amigurumi, they made a Winter Deer Girl.
Kids love playing dress-up, especially with their dolls. Luckily, you can easily do that with this Winter Deer Girl.
Since the whole doll is made separately from the clothes, kids can easily change the outfit of the doll. You can even crochet other outfits for your little one's doll.
So if you're looking for a present for your little kids who love playing with dolls, you should definitely consider this pattern.
To make it more fun, make other doll patterns from the same designer to mix and match their outfits!
The Hawaiian Hula Dancer features this sweet Pacific Islander girl named Leilani. She wears a red top, a removable green hula skirt, and a removable crown of beautiful, red flowers in her long, black hair. This is a relatively quick and easy crochet project, and makes the perfect gift for kids who would love playing with toy dolls that have accessories! This doll pattern is a variation of Sweet Softies’ Baby Bean Doll. To make the Hawaiian Hula Girl, you will also need pattern instructions for the Baby Bean doll base, a free pattern on the Sweet Softies blog.