Emily

BèBè Babies By Serah Basnet

These cute amigurumi buddies are sure to put a smile on the face of the person you give it to.

The Designer: Serah Basnet

Serah Basnet is an amigurumi designer from the Himalayas. Fascinated by yarn in all its forms and applications, especially the art of toy making, Serah taught herself to crochet in 2012. Since then, she has been putting her hook to good use and designing toys for kids and grown-ups alike. Her patterns—created under the brand name Tales of Twisted Fibers—have been published in amigurumi books and featured on craft sites. Born and raised in Sikkim, Serah now lives in Kathmandu with her husband and two furbabies. She’s well-liked by most dogs and all her neighborhood crows.

About The Pattern

Skill Level

Intemediate

The Yarn – Vardhman Millennium

Vardhman Millennium sock weight yarn (50 gm/165 yards): 1 hank each in light brown, ivory, light pink, blue, dark pink, white, dark brown, yellow, purple.

Yarn Substitutions

I Love This Yarn Sport Weight

Caron Simply Soft

Baby Bee Sweet Delight Yarn

Hook & Other Materials

US Size B/1 (2.25mm) crochet hook

8mm black safety eyes (one pair for each doll)

Polyester fiberfill

Stitch Markers

Pearl-headed pins

Yarn needle

10mm heart shaped button in light blue

6mm round buttons in aqua green and yellow

20mm white flower shaped button

Sewing needle

Sewing thread in light blue, green, yellow and white

Sizes/Finished Measurements

14.5cm when made with the indicated yarn.

Gauge

Not critical for this project.

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Emily

Emily is a WAHM of 4 children. She is the Editor of Happily Hooked Magazine and Pattern Pack Pro and the owner of Em’s Corner. She spent her years before children as a middle school math teacher, but now enjoys crocheting at her kids’ sporting events and spoiling her nieces and nephews. She loves to teach her children and her nieces and nephews to crochet. When she’s not crocheting, she’s outside with her camera. She was raised in San Diego but now finds herself in the very hot Southern California desert.

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