You need yarn or wool of flesh color (if not excessively pink, the Gorjuss dolls

they have shades more earth), white, black and other color for the dress (I have used a fine thread and a

2 and 2.5 mm crochet hook).

In addition you need some ribbon or lace for the bottom of the dress, a pair of brown pipe cleaners for the bear and

oval black safety eyes. For the hair I have used perle of the number five in black color.

sc = single crochet

inc = increase

dec = decrease

dc = double crochet

sl-st = slip stitch

ch = chain

HEAD

It is spirally woven, for which a lap marker is needed. We start with a magic ring. In color meat.

1.- 6 sc (low points) into magic ring (6)

2.- 1 inc (increase) at each point (12)

3.- 1 sc, 1 inc, repeat until the end (18)

4.- 2 sc, 1 inc, repeat until the end (24)

5.- 3 sc, 1 inc, repeat until the end (30)

6.- 4 sc, 1 inc, repeat until the end (36)

7.- 5 sc, 1 inc, repeat until the end (42)

8.- 6 sc, 1 inc, repeat until the end (48)

9.- 7 sc, 1 inc, repeat until the end (54)

10 to 21.- 1 sc at each point (54)

22.- 7 sc, 1 dec (decrease), repeat until the end (48)

23.- 6 sc, 1 dec, repeat until the end (42)

24.- 1 sc at each point (42)

We put the safety eyes at the height we want (in my case, between rows 12 and 13 separated by 10 sc).

25.- 5 sc, 1 dec, repeat until the end (36)

26.- 4 sc, 1 dec, repeat until the end (30)

27.- 3 sc, 1 dec, repeat until the end (24)

28.- 2 sc, 1 dec., Repeat until the end (18).

We close with 1 sl-st leaving a long strand to join the body.

We fill the head and shape it. We paint the blushes with Plastidecor or any similar wax.

LEGS AND BODY

First the legs are performed separately, and then they come together to make the body. They are made in united turns and not spiral (that is, we close each turn with 1 sl-st and start the next one with 1 ch).

First we make the legs, obviously two.

We make 5 chains. We start in black color.

1.- 1 sc in the second chain, 1 sc in each of the next two chains, 3 sc in the last chain. We rotate the piece and on the other hand we make 1 sc in each of the next two chains and 2 sc in the last chain (10)

2.- 1 inc, 2 sc, 3 inc, 2 sc, 2 inc (16)

3.- 1 inc, 4 sc, 4 inc, 4 sc, 3 inc (24)

4.- 1 sc at each point (24)

5.- 7 sc, 3 dec, 1 sc at each point until the end of the round (21)

6.- 6 sc, 3 dec, 1 sc at each point to the last two points, 1 dec (17)

7.- 5 sc, 3 dec, 1 sc at each point until the end of the round (14)

8 -9.- In white, 1 sc at each point (14)

10-11.- In black, 1 sc at each point (14)

12-13.- In white, 1 sc at each point (14)

14-15.- In black, 1 sc at each point (14)

16-17.- In white, 1 sc at each point (14)

18-19.- In black, 1 sc at each point (14)

20-21.- In white, 1 sc at each point (14)

22-23.- In black color, 1 sc at each point (14)

24-25.- In white, 1 sc at each point (14)

26-27.- In black, 1 sc at each point (14)

28-37.- We turn to flesh color and make 1 sc at each point

38.- 6 sc 1 inc, 6 sc, 1 inc (16)

To make the body, we join the legs in the middle with two stitches (keep in mind that the Gorjuss dolls have their feet slightly turned inward when sewing both legs), and we knit the union back with 28 stitches, doing later:

1.- 13 sc, 1 inc, 13 sc, 1 inc (30)

2. to 8.- 1 sc at each point (30)

9.- 1 dec, 3 sc, repeat until the end (24)

10 to 13.- 1 sc at each point (24)

14.- 1 inc, 3 sc, repeat until the end (30)

15.- 1 inc, 4 sc, repeat until the end (36)

16.- 1 sc at each point (36)

17.- 1 dec, 4 sc, repeat until the end (30)

18.- 3 sc, 1 dec, repeat until the end (24)

19 and 20.- 1 sc at each point (24)

21.- 2 sc, 1 dec, repeat until the end (18)

22.- 1 sc at each point (18). We close with 1 sl-st and leave a long strand to attach to the head.

We sew the body and head point to point.

ARMS

They are woven in flesh color, starting with a magic ring. We make two, spiral.

1.- 6 sc into magic ring (6)

2.- 6 inc (12)

3 to 28.- 1 sc at each point (12)

We close with 1 sl-st, leaving a long strand to join the body.

DRESS

I have done it in garnet color. It works in rows and not in turns.

1.- 36 ch.

2 to 4.- 36 dc

5 onwards.- 10 dc, 1 inc, repeat until the end.

Once we have the desired length we close with 1 sl-st. We glue or sew on the bass a piece of lace, place it on the wrist and close the dress from behind with a few stitches. In the upper part (to hide the seams of the arms) we put another piece that acts as a neckline, formed by a row of 30 ch and a second row of 30 dc.

HAIR

Hair, as I told you, is very laborious. It is done hair by hair. The first thing is to cut pieces of thread twice as long as you are interested in. They fold in half and They go hair by hair with the help of crochet. It is interesting that the upper parts are very dense, so that they do not look bald or excessively thick stripes.