In our previous post, we shared how Ros paid a visit to the KPC studios in Hong Kong and brought home a set of yarn samples and swatch books. It has been a few years since the both of us started crocheting much more actively because of Operation Overhaul. This year, we thought we’ll challenge ourselves on the creative front.
Neither of us has any experience writing patterns or creating crochet designs from scratch, but we had many ideas and dream projects we wished to create. KPC yarn was quick to agree to sponsor us with their yarn when we shared that we wanted to create and share a collection of crochet animal doll patterns. All the dolls in this collection are made using the Gossyp DK and 4 Ply line from KPC Yarn.
Here’s a sneak peek at the 2D illustrations that we designed our dolls around.
After weeks of trial and error, frogging and crocheting daily while drafting the patterns, we’re super happy to have completed all 5 dolls! To kickstart our pattern writing and designing journey, all 5 of the crochet doll patterns will be free for download on our blog so that you can create your own long limb toy! Here’s a look at the actual crochet dolls together :)
We will be releasing the pattern for each animal every 2 weeks, starting with the Unicorn today. Here are more pictures of Kelsey the Unicorn!
Kelsey the Unicorn Crochet Pattern PDF Download
Our free downloadable PDF includes many images to help you out with your project, 3 pages of written crochet pattern and an additional 5 pages of step-by-step assembly instructions and photos so that your unicorn can be constructed properly!
To receive the file via email, simply fill in the form below!
We’ll love to see your creations and your versions of Kelsey the Unicorn! Tag us using the hashtag #OOHSG if you’ve made it and uploaded it on social media!
© An original Operation Overhaul design
This pattern is for personal use only. All works using this pattern may not be sold, redistributed without permission or edited in any way. Please always credit us as the designer if you’d like to share it. Thank you!