Princess Nadine Doll Free Cult Amigurumi Pattern

Princess Nadine Doll Free Cult Amigurumi Pattern

Princess Nadine Doll Pattern

Princess Nadine is such a gentle soul. She is super quiet and super shy, sometimes it impedes in her royal duties. She loves her friends, and listens to their stories whenever they hang out. Nobody is allowed to make fun of or bully the princess; all her friends have her back.

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  • 2mm crochet hook

  • Stylecraft Special DK yarn [Fuchsia Purple, Clematis, Aspen, and Storm Blue]

  • Poly-fil stuffing 

  • Scissors

  • Yarn needles 

Terms to Know
  • MC magic circle, CH2, 6SC in 1st CH
  • SC single crochet
  • INC increase
  • DEC invisible decrease
  • FLO front loop only
  • BLO back loop only
  • CC color change
  • CH chain
  • HDC half double crochet
  • SL ST slip stitch
  • BP back post of chain
  • FO fasten/ finish off


Legs > Body > Head

  • Start with Storm Blue- MC, 6SC
  • INC, SC, 3X [9]
  • 9SC for 8 rounds
  • FO. stuffing the legs are optional. I personally do not.
  • Repeat for the 2nd leg, but don’t FO.
  • CH3, 9SC around Leg 1, SC in each of the BP of the CH3, 9SC, 3SC [24]
  • 24SC for 3 rounds
  • BLO 24SC
  • 2SC, DEC, 6X [18]
  • 18SC for 3 rounds
  • Stuff the body halfway. 
  • SC, DEC, 6X [12]
  • 12SC for 2 rounds
  • Stuff the body to your preference.
  • CC Clematis - 2SC, DEC, 3X [9]
  • 9SC
  • FLO INC 9X [18]
  • 2SC, INC, 6X [24]
  • 3SC, INC, 6X [30]
  • 4SC, INC, 6X [36]
  • 5SC, INC, 6X [42]
  • 42SC for 8 rounds
  • CC Fuchsia Purple - 5SC, DEC, 6X [36]
  • 4SC, DEC, 6X [30]
  • 3SC, DEC, 6X [24]
  • Stuff the head firmly.
  • 2SC, DEC, 6X [18]
  • SC, DEC, 6X [12]
  • Pull a generous tail out of the last stitch. Cinch to close, tie off and tuck the ends into the head. 

Arms [make 2]

  • Start with Clematis- MC, 6SC
  • INC, SC, 3X [9]
  • 9SC
  • CC Storm Blue- 9SC for 6 rounds
  • Pinch the opening together and single crochet together. [~3SC]
  • Do not stuff the arms.
  • FO, leave a long tail to sew to the body. 


  • Start with Fuchsia Purple- leave a generous tail, CH20, crochet 18HDC back to CH1, CH1, turn
  • BLO 18HDC, CH1, turn
  • Repeat until there are 17 rows of 18HDC, CH1, turn
  • 6HDC, CH1, turn
  • BLO 6HDC, CH1, turn
  • Repeat until there are a total of 6 rows of 6HDC. 
  • Fold the bangs over the hair.
  • SC the bangs and the hair together [6]
  • SC around the crown [24]
  • 2SC, DEC, 6X [18]
  • SC, DEC, 6X [12]
  • Cinch to close, tie off, leave a long tail, and string the tail where you tied so it’s on the inside of the wig.


  • Start with Aspen- leave a long tail, CH8, crochet 7SC back to CH1, CH7, turn
  • Skip a stitch, SC, CH7, skip 2 stitches, SC, CH7, skip a stitch, SC.
  • FO, Leave the same length of tail as the beginning. 
  • Sew the tiara to the wig, tuck the tails on the inside, do not cut yet.


  • Start with Aspen- begin at the back of the doll, with the legs facing away from you. Leave a generous tail, SL ST, SC in the same loop.
  • 3SC, INC, 6X [30]
  • 4SC, INC, 6X [36]
  • 36SC for 9 rounds
  • SC, CH1, repeat 36x 
  • FO, leave a generous tail, weave through the inside of the skirt.


  • Sew on the eyes.
  • Sew on the arms.
  • Tuck all tails in the head when sewing on the wig.

The End

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