Moroccan vibes doll house accessories


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Doll house crochet patterns

Thanks for checking out my Moroccan vibes doll house crochet patterns. As you may already know I’ve been designing a lot lately for my daughters’ 1:6 scale doll house. She asked me if I could crochet something with lots of colours and detail for her dolls and I came up with this set. I love the Moroccan themed homeware that’s in fashion at the moment and wanted to go with that theme as I knew I could go mad with different textures, details and colours!

Description

This Moroccan themed doll house accessories bundle includes crochet patterns for 3 scatter cushions, a rug and a blanket. The patterns features bold colourful designs and will fit any 12” fashion dolls and doll houses at 1/6 scale.

How they are made

To begin, the doll house crochet patterns are intermediate skill level. There’s lots of different techniques used and it’s a great little project to sample some new stitches. There is a lot of colour changing involved and it can get a little fiddly due to the size of the items. Additionally, there is very minimal sewing involved. To continue I used DK (weight 3) yarn in 4 different colours. I also used a 3.5mm and a 4mm crochet hook. Saying that, depending on your gauge swatch you may need to adjust your hook size.


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Paid or free crochet pattern

These doll house crochet patterns are available in both free and paid versions. Simply scroll down for the free crochet patterns. The paid pattern includes the following –

  • Crochet patterns for a set of 3 different cushions, blanket and rug.
  • Single print friendly PDF file with progress photos
  • Advert free
  • Helps to support Memory Lane Crochet

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE

This pattern in whole or in any part may not be copied, sold, distributed or altered in any way.

Completed items may be sold in small quantities (not mass produced).

Please credit myself ‘Memory Lane Crochet’ (Rose Hudd) as the designer when advertising or publishing photos online.

Please feel free to share my pattern. When sharing the free pattern please only share the link to the pattern. Please DO NOT share screenshots or paid PDF files.


Moroccan vibes – Doll house crochet patterns

Free crochet pattern- doll house accessories

Free crochet pattern info

Pattern options

This free crochet pattern bundle will help you create 3 scatter cushions, a blanket and rug for the scale 1/6 doll houses and 12” fashion dolls. You can purchase the ad free, printable crochet pattern from my Etsy or Ravelry store.

Hook size

3.5mm (E-4) crochet hook

4mm (G-6) crochet hook

Yarn

DK 8ply yarn in 3 colours

A – King Cole Big Value DK in Jade 60m

B – King Cole Big Value DK in Marshmallow 36m

C – King Cole Big Value DK in Candy – 40m

D – knitting essentials DK in Aqua 3m

Click here to learn about yarn weights

Terminology

USA

Click here for U.K. translations

Gauge

Gauge is important as everyone crochets with a different tension. If your 2” swatch doesn’t match up you can change your hook size to suit your tension.

3.5mm hook – 6 rows of 12 dc / 8 rows of 12 dc

4mm hook – 10 rows of 8sc

Copyright notice

This pattern in whole or in any part may not be copied, shared, sold, distributed or altered in any way.

Completed items may be sold in small quantities (not mass produced).

Please credit myself ‘Memory Lane Crochet’ (Rose Hudd) as the designer when advertising or publishing photos online.

Pattern notes

I do not count chains in my stitch count

Numbers in brackets are the number of rows/stitches in that row)

Stitches separated with a comma are to made in separate spaces eg. (sc, inc) would mean sc in first stitch then inc in next stitch

Chart includes abbreviations from all 5 patterns in this bundle

Supplies

You will need the following supplies to complete the project (links will take you directly to my recommended supplies on love crafts)

dk yarn

– toy stuffing

– 3.5mm & 4mm crochet hooks

– Tapestry needle

– Scissors

– tape measure

Completed sizes

Cushions – L 6cm, W 6cm

Rug – L 17cm, W 11cm

Blanket – L 21cm, W 11cm


Cushion 1

Use 3.5mm hook

Row 1

start with colour A

sc x 12 into magic ring

sl st to join & ch 3

(12 sts)

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Row 2

2tr x 12

sl st to join & ch 2

(24 sts)

Row 3

(2dc, dc) x 12

sl st to join & fasten off

(36 sts)

Repeat rows 1-3 to make the other side of the cushion

Cushion 1 assembly

Change to colour B

Place the cushions wrong sides facing each other to join

sc x 30 through both pieces

Fill with stuffing

sc x 6

sl st to join & fasten off and pull MR tightly

(36 sts)

Cut approximately 30cm of yarn in colour B or C. Tie a large knot in the middle of the yarn and attach to tapestry needle.

Pull both pieces of yarn through the cushion and tie a large knot on opposite side

(You may prefer to do a french knot or surgeons knot)

Weave in ends to complete cushion

Cushion 2

Row 1

start with colour B

dc x 12 into magic ring

sl st to join

(12 sts)

Row 2

Change to colour A

CL x 12

sl st to join

(12 sts)

Row 3

Change to colour C

(sc in sp, ch 2) x 12

sl st to join

(12 sts)

Row 4

Change to colour B

Work only into ch2 spaces

*(sc, hdc)

(hdc, dc, ch, dc, hdc) corner

(hdc, sc)*

Rep between * and * 3 times

sl st to join & fasten off

(32 sts)

Repeat rows 1-4 to make the other side of the cushion

Cushion 2 Assembly

Change to colour A

Place the cushions wrong sides facing each other to join

Start in corner dc sp

*sc x 8

(sc, ch, sc) in corner*

Rep between *&* twice

Fill with stuffing

Rep between *&* once

Sl st to join & fasten off

(36 sts)

Cushion 3

Use a 3.5mm hook

Do not turn between rows

Row 1

start with colour B

Ch 14,

dc x 12 (start 3rd ch from hook)

Fasten off

(12 sts)

Row 2

Change to colour A

dc in first

(FPdc, BPdc) x 5

dc in last

Fasten off

(12 sts)

Row 3

Change to colour B

dc in first

(FPdc, BPdc) x 5

dc in last

Fasten off

(12 sts)

Row 4 – 7

Rep rows 2 & 3 twice

(4 rows of 12 sts)

Row 8

Rep row 2 once

Fasten off

(12 sts)

Repeat rows 1-8 to make the other side of cushion & weave in ends

Cushion 3 assembly

The texture of this cushion is quite thick so you may not want to add stuffing. If you would like to add stuffing do so before completely jointing

Change to colour C

Place the cushions wrong sides facing each other to join

Start in st after corner

*sc x 10

(sc, ch, sc) in corner

sc x 8

(sc, ch, sc) in corner*

Rep between * & * 2 more times

Sl st to join & fasten off

(56 sts)

Rug

Use 4mm hook

Row 1

Start with colour A

Ch 24

start in 2nd ch from hook

sc x 23

(23 sts)

Row 2 & 3

Change to colour C, ch1 & turn

(sc, hdc, dc x 3, hdc, sc, ch & sk) x 2

sc, hdc, dc x 3, hdc, sc

ch 1 & turn after row 2

(2 rows of 21 sts)

Row 4

Change to colour A, ch 1 & turn

(sc x 7, dc into row 1) x 2

sc x 7

Ch 1 & turn

(23 sts)

Row 5

sc x 23

(23 sts)

Row 6 & 7

Change to colour B, ch 1 & turn

dc, hdc, sc

(Ch & sk, sc, hdc, dc x 3, hdc, sc)x 2

ch & sk, sc, hdc, dc

ch 1 & turn after row 6

(2 rows of 20 sts)

Row 8

Change to colour A, ch 1 & turn

sc x 3, dc into row 5

(sc x 7, dc into row 5) x 2

sc x 3

ch 1 & turn

(23 sts)

Row 9

sc x 23

Ch 1 & turn

(23 sts)

Row 10 – 18

Repeat rows 2-9

(9 rows)

Rug border

Row 19

Turn work to start to crochet around the rug

sc x 22

(sc, ch, sc) in corner

(24 sts)

Row 20

sc x 15

(sc, ch, sc) in corner

sl st into corner

(17 sts)

Row 21

Turn & work into previous row 20

sc x 18

(18 sts)

Row 22

Turn & work into previous row 21

(tr, sl st x 2) x 6

add tr, sl st to last st, ch 1

(20 sts)

Row 23

Do not turn work

sc x 23

(sc, ch, sc) in last st

(25 sts)

Row 24

sc x 15

sc, ch, sl st in last st

(17 sts)

Row 25

Ch1 & turn

sc x 20

(20 sts)

Row 26

ch 1 & turn

(tr, sl st x 2) x 6

tr, sl st in last st & fasten off

(20 sts)

Blanket

Use 4mm hook

Row 1

Start with colour B

Ch 29

Start in 2nd chain from hook

(sc, ch 2 & sk 2) x 9

sc in last ch and fasten off

(10 sts)

Row 2

Change to colour A

Turn work and join to first ch sp

3dc in first ch sp

(ch 1, 3dc in ch sp) x 8

Fasten off

(9 dc groups)

Row 3

Change to colour B

Turn work

Work all stitches into previous colour B row

dc into first st

(Ch 1, v-st into sc) x 8

ch 1 & dc into last sc st

Fasten off

(10 sts)

Row 4

Change to colour D

Turn work & join yarn in V-st ch sp

(3dc in v-st ch sp, ch 1) x 7

3dc in last v-st ch sp

Fasten off

(8 dc groups)

Row 5

Change to colour B

Turn work

Work all stitches into previous colour B row. Start by joining yarn in first dc st.

V-st into ch sps, ch 1 x 8

V-st into last ch sp

Fasten off

(9 sts)

Row 6

Turn work

Change to colour A

Join yarn in V-st ch sp

3dc in V-st ch sp

(ch 1, 3dc) x 8

Fasten off

(9 sts)

Row 7

Change to colour B

Work all stitches into previous colour B row.

Turn work and join yarn in first dc st

dc into first dc st

(ch 1, v-st into ch sp) x 8

ch 1, dc in last st

(10 sts)

Rows 8-19

(Rep rows 4-7) x 3

(12 rows)

Row 20-21

Rep rows 4 & 5

Weave in all ends securing dc groups as you go

(2 rows)

Blanket boarder

Row directions are indicated by arrows in photo below

Row 22

Continue with colour B

Turn work

(inc in group ch sp,

inc in V-st ch sp) x 7

(inc, ch, inc) in corner

(16 sts)

Row 23

inc x 9 (in each sp before & after dc group)

(inc, ch, inc x2 ) in corner

(12 sts)

Row 24

(sc in V-st ch sp, inc in group sp) x8

(inc, ch, inc) in corner

(18 sts)

Row 25

inc x 9 (in each sp before & after group)

inc, ch1 in last sp

sl sts to join to first sc & fasten off

(10 sts)

Row 26

Change to colour C & turn work

(inc, ch, inc) in corner ch sp

sc x 30

(inc, ch, inc) in corner ch sp

sc x 22

(inc, ch, inc) in corner ch sp

sc x 30

(inc, ch, inc) in corner ch sp

sc x 22

sl st to join to first sc

(120 sts)

Row 27

Change to colour B

Do not turn work

(sc, ch, sc) in corner ch sp

sc x 34

(sc, ch, sc) in corner ch sp

sc x 26

(Sc, ch, sc) in corner ch sp

sc x 34

(sc, ch, sc) in corner ch sp

sc x 26

sl st to join & fasten off

Weave in ends

(136 sts)

Blanket tassels (make 4)

Use colour C

Wrap yarn around your 2 fingers 10 times and cut from ball

Slip the yarn off your fingers keeping hoop shape

Cut a piece of yarn approx 10” and tie tightly through hoop

Cut the hoop at the opposite side to the knot

Cut another 10” piece of yarn and wrap around and tie to make tassel

Cut edges to neaten up

Tie tassels onto each corner of your blanket.

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