Here comes the bride… All dressed in… Well, you get the idea. Here’s the pattern for the Bride, finally!

If you are looking for the groom, he is here.

Head

  • Choose a yarn color that is closest to the skin tone of each figure. Magic ring 6sc
  • 2sc x 6
  • (2sc, 1sc) x 6
  • (2sc, 1sc, 1sc) x 6
  • (2sc, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc) x 6
  • (2sc, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc) x 6
  • Rows 7-11: 1sc x 36
  • (1dec, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc) x 6
  • (1dec, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc) x 6. Start stuffing it here, make it very compact!
  • (1dec, 1sc, 1sc) x 6
  • (1dec, 1sc) x 6
  • Rows 16 & 17: 1sc x 12

This is the head and neck done and we will start doing the shoulders and undergarments next.

Bride Body

Continue from above, after the neck.

  • 1sc x 12
  • 1sc x 3, (1sc, 2sc) x 3, 1sc x 3 (15)
  • (1sc, 2sc) x 2, 2sc x 3, 1sc, 2sc x 3, 1sc, 2sc (22)
  • 2sc, 1sc x 5, (2sc, 1sc) x 3, 1sc x 8 (24)
  • Next 2 Rows: 1sc x 24
  • 1sc x 8, change to white 1sc x3, skin 1sc x 2, 1dec, 1sc x 3, white 1sc, skin 1sc x 8
  • 1sc x 7, white 1sc x 3, skin 1sc x 5, white 1sc x 3, 1sc x 7
  • 1sc x 3, 1dec, 1sc x 3, white 1sc, skin 1dec, 1sc, 1dec, white 1sc, skin 1sc x 3, 1dec, 1sc x 2
  • 1sc x 6, 1dec, 1sc, 1dec, 1sc x 6
  • Change to white, (2sc, 1sc) x 3, 1sc x3, (2sc, 1sc) x3
  • (2sc, 1sc) x 3, 1sc x9, (2sc, 1sc) x3
  • Next 2 rows: 1sc x 27
  • 1sc x 3, 1dec, 1sc x 17, 1dec, 1sc x 3

  • Chain 4 and join to 12th loop, dividing the opening it into two.

  • Starting from one side first, 1sc x 12, and then 1sc x 5 in a loop of the middle chain.
  • 1sc x 4, 1dec, 1sc x 2, 1dec, 1sc x 4, 1dec, 1sc
  • 1sc x 4, 1dec, 1sc x 8
  • Change to skin 1sc x 13
  • 1sc x 5, 1dec, 1sc x 6
  • 1sc x 12
  • 1sc x 3, 1dec, 1sc x 7
  • 1sc x 4, 2sc, 1sc x2, 2sc, 1sc x 3
  • Next 2 Rows: 1sc x 12
  • 1sc x 4, 1dec, 1sc x 6
  • 1sc x 4, 1dec, 1sc x 3
  • 1dec, 1sc x 8
  • 1sc x 3, 1dec, 1sc x 2

End. Time to do the other leg!

Start from where you end off in the chain, going anti-clockwise.

  • 1sc x 12, 1sc x 5 in chain
  • 1sc, 1dec, 1sc x 4, 1dec, 1sc x 7
  • 1sc x 12, 1dec, 1sc x 2
  • 1sc x 13
  • Change to skin 1sc x 13
  • 1sc x 6, 1dec, 1sc x 5
  • 1sc x 12
  • 1sc x 3, 1dec, 1sc x 7
  • 1sc x 4, 2sc, 1sc x2, 2sc, 1sc x 2
  • Next 2 Rows: 1sc x 12
  • 1sc x 4, 1dec, 1sc x 6
  • 1sc x 4, 1dec, 1sc x 5
  • 1dec, 1sc x 8
  • 1sc, 1dec, 1sc x 5

Bride’s Arms

  • Magic ring 4sc
  • 2sc, 1sc x 3
  • 2sc, 1sc x 4
  • Next 10 Rows: 1sc x 6
  • 1dec, 1dec. Slip stitch and leave a long tail for attaching to body.

Shoes

  • Magic ring 6sc in white
  • Rows 2-4: 1sc x 6

Bride Hair and Eyes

Now we can do the hair! Like the groom, we have to do a hair piece, kinda like a wig. I like it cos it covers the light color head and adds volume.

  • The eyes are easy enough. Sew two black beads on the head and you’re done! I also did eyelashes.
  • Hairpiece: Magic ring 6sc (in the color of bride’s hair, I’m using dark brown)
  • 2sc x 6
  • (2sc, 1sc) x 6
  • (2sc, 1sc, 1sc) x 6
  • (2sc, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc) x 6
  • (2sc, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc) x 6
  • Next 2 rows: 1sc x 30

Affix lightly to the head, slightly offset to the back. We can now attach the individual strands of hair. Here is the graph as usual, with where you can attach the loops. I color codes it by lengths.

  • Green: Short, 7-8cm
  • Orange: Medium, 15cm
  • Blue: Long, 20cm
  • Then curl it.

How to curl an amigurumi / crochet doll hair: Curling is super simple. Just curl it around a round stick, like a paintbrush, and lightly and quickly run a lighter over it. Or you could use a hairdryer or an iron.

Now we can start doing the dress!

Dress

For the dress we have some new types of stitches, the double crochet (dbl), the triple crochet (tpc) and the V-stitch (vst). You should know what a double crochet is, but the V stitch is basically two dbl crochets joined with a single chain in the middle. Therefore a V-stitch = 1dbl, ch 1, 1dbl, and 2vst = 1dbl, ch 1, 1dbl, 1dbl, ch 1, 1dbl.

  • Chain 22 in white yarn
  • 1sc x 6, 2sc, 1sc x 5, 2sc, 1sc x 6
  • Turn, 1 double crochet (dbl) in 5th stitch x 21
  • Turn, chain 4. From 5th stitch all on inside loops, 1dbl, (2vst, 1dbl) x 10

  • Turn, ch 3, 1vst from 4th stitch, skip1, (1vst, skip 2) x 24
  • Next 10 Rows: Turn, ch 4, 1dbl from 5th stitch, skip 2, (1vst, skip 2) x 24, skip 2, 1dbl

  • Chain 14, turn and 3sc in 2nd stitch.
  • Turn, chain 1, 2sc, 1sc, 2sc
  • Turn, chain 2, 1sc, 2sc, 1sc
  • Turn, chain 2, 1sc x 5
  • Turn, chain 2, 1sc x 5

Make two.

Now we join them to the top of the dress in the 5th stitch from the edge.

Cute right? Now we join the skirt up but leave the top 5 stitches open. The top should be laced up so it can be loosen and taken off. In the photo, I did the lace pattern in the blue yarn so you can see how it is done. The final lace should be white.

After she wears it, it will look like this:

Veil (Optional)

The veil is a very simple mesh pattern.

  • Chain 35 with white yarn.
  • 1sc in 5th stitch, (chain 3, skip 2, 1sc) x 10
  • Next 2 rows: Turn, chain 5, (1sc in the previous row’s chain loop, chain 3) x 10
  • Now from the other side of the original chain: 1sc in 5th stitch, (chain 3, skip 2, 1sc) x 10
  • Next 2 rows: Turn, chain 5, (1sc in the previous row’s chain loop, chain 3) x 10

Bouquet (Optional)

Tiny crochet roses

Roses in any color you like and you can also do as many or as little as you want. I did two white and three pink roses.

    • Chain 7, Turn, 3 dbl crochet from 2nd stitch, 1sc, 3 dbl, 1sc, [3 dbl, 1sc]
    • Leave a tail, roll it up tightly and stitch the base together.


Small Crochet Leaf or Leaves

This is easy enough.

  • Chain 4, turn, 1 sc x 3 from 2nd stitch.

After arranging them, tie one of the long tails you have left over simply go round and round and tie off to form a bouquet.

And she is done! They are now ready to be married.