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Fashion Doll Easter Bonnet

Fashion Doll Easter Bonnet Crochet Pattern

Easter will be here soon, and everyone is busy with their holiday preparations. Your little girls love their new dresses and hats, but they also want their dolls to have new Easter outfits. With this quick and easy pattern, you can crochet an Easter bonnet for each of their fashion dolls using yarn from your scrap basket. They also make cute decorations if your family has an Easter tree.

Doll Easter Bonnet
Doll Easter Bonnet


12 yards I Love This Cotton yarn

Crochet hook size G (4.0 mm)

Yarn needle

Flowers, ribbons, or other decorations, as desired

Finished hat measures 2.75” across at brim.


Rnd 1: Ch 2 (or magic circle), 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Do not join. Work in continuous rnds unless otherwise specified.

Rnd 2: 2 sc in each st (12 sc).

Rnd 3: *Sc in next st, 2 sc in next st,* repeat around (18 sc).

Rnd 4: Working in BLO, sc in each st.

Rnds 5-6: Sc in each st (both loops).

Rnd 7: Working in FLO, *sc in next st, 2 sc in next st,* repeat around (27 sc).

Rnd 8: Working in both loops, sc in each st.

Rnd 9: *Sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st,* repeat around (36 sc).

Rnd 10: Sc in each st. Join with sl st. Fasten off white. Block hat.

Glue on ribbon or flowers as desired for the hat band. For a hanging decoration, cut a piece of cord or ribbon about 10” long. Pull through a stitch at the top of the back of the hat and make a knot.

PDF download available at Fashion Doll Easter Bonnet Crochet Pattern and is included in my new ebook – Easter Enchantment Crochet Patterns Ebook – Over 20 Easter Patterns in PDF Format

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Owl Eyeglass Holder

Last year I was overwhelmed at the response to my Owl Eyeglass Holder. Because some crocheters aren’t familiar with the crocodile stitch, this week I created a video tutorial. This is a simple project for learning the crocodile stitch, and the owl is just so darn cute! Originally it was designed as an eyeglass holder, but it also makes a cute little plush toy.

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Patreon Tiers March
Patreon Tiers March 2021

Immerse yourself into crochet throughout the year with a Patreon subscription.  Tier 2 for March is an especially good value – 7 crochet patterns for only $5.00. Join at the $25.00 level (Tier 4) and receive all patterns for the month plus a complete crochet kit. Designs are changed each month, so you always get something new to inspire you.

Spring Style Blog Hop

The Spring Style Blog Hop is a fabulous event that is co-hosted this March by Ned and Mimi and Itchin’ for some Stitchin’, and sponsored by the super-generous (and awesome!) folks at WeCrochet.

They have assembled a group of designers to bring you 31 of the very best spring crochet patterns, each one perfect for this time of year.

Every day between Mar 1 and Mar 31, there will be a different featured designer, and you can get their pattern for free for that day only.

The majority of the patterns are BRAND NEW DESIGNS, so this is an amazing chance to get your hands on a never-seen-before pattern! Each pattern has been specially designed for a to add a touch of spring style to your home or closet.

And we are extremely grateful to WeCrochet for providing the yarn for all of these fab new designs. Join the blog hop at

The Spring Style Pattern Bundle contains all 31 blog hop patterns PLUS 2 bonus patterns and coupon codes at a super-discounted price.

So, if you are not into daily downloads (or would like a sneak peek of the blog hop patterns!), you can check out the bundle here: https://myfingersfly–

Crochet Summit 2021

Join the 2021 Crochet Summit to learn all about Archie the Donkey!
The 2021 Crochet Summit is quickly approaching! With over 40 classes from 40+ world-renowned teachers (including me!), this is the online crochet event of the year. Learn to make amigurumi, fun fashion, home decor, and more. Your friends and family will love your new skills as you show off your finished projects! Attend the Crochet Summit from April 5th – 9th FREE!
Can’t attend the live event? Check out our VIP All Access Pass for access all year long!

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2021 is really shaping up to be an exciting year in crochet! Stay tuned for Mother’s Day designs in April and a special National Zoo & Aquarium blog hop in June.

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Darn Good Yarn is offering $10 off your first order –
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30 Unique Gift Ideas for Mum – Pink Power Pillow

Bernadine from Me ‘n’ My Hook has assembled 30 great Mother’s Day gift patterns from some amazing independent designers. Each day in February features a new design, so you’re sure to find some great gift ideas for Mother’s Day. Today’s feature is the Pink Power Pillow from yours truly, My Fingers Fly. This design will be available on February 23 as a free Ravelry download with the code listed at Me ‘n’ My Hook blog.

Click Here to Get the Free DOWNLOAD CODE

Also available is the matching Pink Power Fist Ornament Crochet Pattern.

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For more great Mother’s Day gift ideas and to celebrate Women’s History Month beginning on March 1, please visit My Fingers Fly on Etsy for my line of Women’s Rights merchandise.

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Easter Preview

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Another cute project for the little ones on your Easter gift list is this adorable duck hatching from an Easter egg. Instructions include color-coded chart to crochet this cute cuddler toy using worsted yarn.

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Miss Tulip has been eagerly awaiting the return of spring to show off her new petals. This amigurumi pattern uses cotton worsted. Tulip skirt and hat can be made in any bright color you prefer – your little girl’s favorite color for example. The skin tone and hair color can also be matched to your daughter for a truly personalized Easter gift. Pattern also includes YouTube tutorial on how to make amigurumi hair.

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All three of these patterns and many more will be available in next week’s release of Easter Enchantment Crochet Patterns Ebook.

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