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Sailor Moon Amigurumi Doll

by xMangoRose

Completed Size: 8 inches tall 5 inches wide (arm to arm)

Gauge:
6 sc = 1 inch 6 sc rows = 1 inch

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Materials:
• Yarn: White, Blue, Red, Yellow, and Skin (medium/worsted weight)
• Embroidery Thread/Floss: Red, Gold, and White
• Crochet Hooks size E/4 (3.50 MM), D/3 (3.25 MM) and 5/1.90MM
• Felt: Red, and Yellow
• Poly Fiberfill Stuffing
• Needles: Yarn/Craft Needle, and Embroidery Needle
• 6 mm Plastic Safety Eyes
• Rhinestone: 4 mm Red Round
• Glue Gun
• Optional: 26 Gauge Jewelry Wire

Terminology:
sl st: slip stitch ch: chain sc: single crochet hdc: half double crochet
dc: double crochet ( ): # of stitches *: repeat between dec: decrease/sc 2 together

Changing Yarn Color:


1. Leave the last stitch of the old color unfinished (i.e., two loops on the hook).
2. Pull though the new color to complete the stitch.

Directions:
Note: The head, body, and legs will be made in one continuous piece. Use the E/4 (3.50
MM) hook for everything unless otherwise stated.

Head: start with a magic circle/ring in Skin color yarn.


Row 1: 7 sc into the ring. (7)
Row 2: 2 sc in each sc around. (14)
Row 3: *sc 1, 2 sc in next sc* repeat 7 times. (21)
Row 4: *sc 2, 2 sc in next sc* repeat 7 times. (28)
Row 5: sc in each sc around. (28)
Row 6: *sc 3, 2 sc in next sc* repeat 7 times. (35)
Rows 7 - 11: sc in each sc around. (35)
Row 12: *sc 3, dec* repeat 7 times. (28)
Row 13: sc in each sc around. (28)
Row 14: *sc 2, dec* repeat 7 times. (21)
Row 15: *sc 1, dec* repeat 7 times. (14) Attach eyes in center-front of head and stuff.
Row 16: dec 7 times. (7)

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Body:
Row 17: sc in each sc around. (7)
Row 18: 2 sc in each sc around. (14)
Row 19: *sc 2, 2 sc in next sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next sc* twice,
change to White yarn in last stitch. (18)
Rows 20 - 27: sc in each sc around. (18)
Row 28: in back loops only, sc in each sc around, change to
Skin yarn in last stitch. (18)
Rows 29 - 30: sc in each sc around. (18) Stuff slightly.

Legs:
Row 31: sc 9, then skip next 9 stitches. (9) This
will form the first leg. Make sure the last sc is
center with the eyes. You may need to sc 1 or 2
more stitches to get the last sc to be aligned with
the front center of face.
Rows 32 - 42: sc in each sc around, change to Red
yarn in last stitch of Row 42. (9)
Row 43: in back loops only, sc 9 around. (9)
Rows 44 – 46: sc in each sc around. (9)
Row 47: sc 5, *2 sc in next sc* twice, sc 2. (11)
Row 48: sc 6, *2 sc in next sc* twice, sc 3. (13)
Row 49: sc 7, *2 sc in next sc* twice, sc 4. (15)
Stuff leg firmly. Fasten off. Weave in any ends.

Repeat Rows 31 through 46 for second leg. Start by


attaching yarn to the closest front stitch next to the
first leg (see picture on far right). For the second
leg, follow these directions below for Rows 47 – 49.
Row 47: sc 2, *2 sc in next sc* twice, sc 5. (11)
Row 48: sc 3, *2 sc in next sc* twice, sc 6. (13)
Row 49: sc 4, *2 sc in next sc* twice, sc 7. (15)
Stuff leg firmly. Fasten off. Weave in any ends.

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Bottom Shoe Covers (make 2): use Red
colored yarn.
Row 1: ch 4, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 1, 3 sc in last
ch, rotate the piece to crochet on opposite side, sc 1, 2
sc in next ch. (8)
Row 2: *2 sc in next sc* 7 times, sc 1, sl st to join. (15)
Fasten off, but leave a tail for sewing to shoe. Sew
using only 1 loop from the shoe and both loops on the
cover. Repeat for second shoe.

Shoe Cuffs: use White colored yarn.


Note: Turn the doll upside down, so the head is pointing down.
Row 1: starting in one of the back-center front loops created in Row 43 in the Legs
section, sc 9 around. (9)
Sl st in first sc, then fasten off and weave in ends. Repeat for second shoe.

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Skirt: use Blue colored yarn.
Row 1: ch 10, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 3 ch, hdc in next 5 ch. (9)
Row 2: ch 2, turn, in back loops only, hdc in next 5 st, sc in next 4 st. (9)
Row 3: ch 1, turn, in back loops only, sc in next 4 st, hdc in next 5 st. (9)
Row 4 – 27: Repeat Rows 2 and 3, alternating between them.
Fasten off, leave a tail for sewing. Sew the skirt to the body using the front loops created
in Row 28 in the Body section. Then sew the skirt close.

Skirt Detail Line: use White


colored yarn.
Row 1: Chain 24.
Sew the skirt detail line just
above the blue skirt Make the
front part a little pointy.

Ears (make 2): use Skin color yarn and D/3


(3.25 MM) hook.
Row 1: sc 4 into a magic ring. Pull tight to close to
form a half circle. Fasten off, but leave a tail for
sewing. Set aside for later.

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Arms (make 2): start with a magic ring/circle in
White yarn.
Row 1: Sc 7 into the magic ring. (7)
Rows 2 - 6: sc in each sc around. Change color to Red
in last st of Row 6. (7)
Rows 7: sc in each sc around. Change color to Skin in
last st. (7)
Rows 8 - 11: sc in each sc around. Change color to
White in last st of Row 11. (7)
Rows 12 – 13: sc in each sc around. (7)
Fasten off, leave a tail for sewing. Stuff the arms. Set
aside for later.

Tiara: start with Gold colored embroidery


thread/floss and a 5/1.90MM hook.
Row 1: Ch 18, sc in 2nd ch from the hook. Sc in
next 7 ch, 3 sc in next ch, sc in next 8 ch. (19)
Fasten off. Weave in ends. Set aside for later.

Hair:
1. With Yellow yarn, divide the head into three sections. Start at the nape of the back
neck, and tightly wrap the yarn around the head, so it won't move. Then divide the
back of the head in half (see pictures below).

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2. Find a book that is about 6 inches wide, or use cardboard to make a 6 inch wide
piece. Wrap Yellow yarn loosely around it about 48 times.
3. Cut a long length of embroidery thread/floss in the same color as the Yellow yarn.
Pass one end of the thread underneath the middle of the first strand of yarn. Tie a
double knot.
4. Pass one end of the thread underneath the next strand of yarn, tie a single knot
with the two ends of the thread, and pull it tight. Make a single knot around each
strand of yarn until you reach the end. Double knot at the end.

5. Cut the yarn on both ends of the book/cardboard. You will be left with your tied
hair, and a pile of 6 inch long strings.

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6. Attach the tied hair piece to the head along the center divided line.

7. With the pile of strings, we are going to make tassels for the hair along each
side of the head. Stick the crochet hook under the side divided line near the center
front of head, then pull through one of the yarn strands to make a loop, pull the
rest of the yarn tails through that loop to make a tassel. Continue from the top of
the head to the nape of the neck. Repeat for other side of head.

8. Gather the hair on each side of the head and tightly tie into two pig tails. Trim
the pig tails down. We will put a cap on the trimmed pig tails later.

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Bun Caps (make 2): start with a magic
ring/circle in Yellow yarn and D/3 (3.25 MM) hook.
Row 1: sc 5 into the ring. (5)
Row 2: 2 sc in each sc around. (10)
Row 3: *sc 1, 2 sc in next sc* repeat 5 times. (15)
Rows 4 - 5: sc in each sc around. (15)
Row 6: *sc 1, dec* repeat 5 times. (10)
Fasten off, but leave a long tail. Wrap the tail around the bun several times, and change
directions to give the hair a realistic look. Wrap tightly so the hair wont move, but don't
smash the bun. Be careful not to close/cover up the hole. When you get to the hole, sew
into one of the loops instead of covering it, then turn the string around.

Don't cover the hole. Attach ten 12-inch strings to the bun
to make the pig tails.

Optional: If you like the pig tails hair to curve up like my doll, instead of falling straight
down, you can attach a thin 10 inch long wire to the bun. Wrap one of the pig tails
string around the wire to hide it. Use a tiny drop of glue every inch or so to secure the
hair in place.

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The wire is completely wrapped in hair
here. It is the top string in the picture
above. Gather all the hair together and
twist it slightly to curl the hair. Decide how
long you want the pig tails, tie a knot at
the end and trim.

Attach the bun caps to the trimmed pigtails on the head. You will need to use the back of
your crochet hook or a thin stick to help push in all the trimmed hair. Sew the bun caps
to the head. Next, sew on the tiara from earlier to the front of the head.

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Bangs: Embroider hair bangs to the front of her head. Be careful not to cover up her
tiara. Decide where the Ears will go, and embroider the bangs between the location of
the Ears and the center of her front hair. I did 3 bangs on each side of her head. The
center bangs are slightly bigger.

Hair Decorations (make 2): start with a magic ring/circle in Red yarn and D/3
(3.25 MM) hook.
Row 1: sc 8 into the ring, change to White embroidery thread/floss in the last st. (8)
Row 2: 2 sc in each sc around. (16)
Fasten off, but leave a tail for sewing. Attach the hair decorations to the hair buns.

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Collar: use Blue colored yarn.
Row 1: ch 20, slst in 2nd ch from hook, sl st 1, sc in next 5 ch, 2sc and 1dc in next ch, dc
in next 3 ch, 1dc and 2sc in next ch, sc in next 5 ch, slst in last 2 ch. (23)
Fasten off, and weave in the ends. Embroider an outline around the collar with White
embroidery thread/floss. Attach the arms to the body, and then attach the collar around
the neck.

Bows (make 2): use Red and Yellow Felt.


Cut out a small rectangle and two triangles with Red felt for each bow. Using Red
embroidery thread/floss, sew the center of the rectangle together to form the bow shape.
Wrap the thread around the rectangle a couple times and fasten off. Next, sew on the two
triangle pieces. For one of the bows, cut out a tiny circle from the Yellow felt, and attach
it to the center with some glue.

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Finishing:
Attach the ears to each side of Sailor Moon's face right where the bangs end. Then attach
the red bow with the yellow circle to her chest where the collar ends. Attach the other
red bow to her back near the blue skirt.

Glue on the red rhinestone to her tiara. Style her hair as desired.

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