The Pirate Doll pattern is available at Interweave Crochet

15 Responses to “Pirate Doll Pattern”

  1. snuffykin Says:

    Hi Amy! The link for the Captain Jack pattern is broken and I can’t find the pattern on the Interweave site. Could you tell me where it is? Thanks!

  2. vera Says:

    dear amy

    canyou help me to the pattern of the pirate doll???
    I can,t find it.
    thank jou

  3. ana Says:

    I,m sorry, I dont speak enghlis very good.

    I nedd patronss of pirate. Where I can “encontrar” ?. Thank you very much.

    Mi e-mail is

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  6. Cathy Harrison Says:

    Amy thankyou for such a wonderful pirate pattern I am thrilled that I was able to make it. I found this pirate published in “Softies” book and I just love how he turned out

  7. Clare Says:

    Hi Amy,

    I absolutely love your Pirate Pattern – I got it out of the “Softies” book.

    Unfortunately I’m stuck on the hands!
    If you could give me any advice on how to do the bobble required for the hands, I would greatly appreciate it!

  8. Alisa Says:

    Hi there. I saw this in the ‘Softies’ book and absolutely love it! You are very talented indeed 🙂 My 4 year old daughter is Captain Jack Sparrow MAD! Unfortunately, I couldn’t crochet to save myself. Do you sell these dolls ready made? Would make an ideal Christmas gift for my wee one. Please email me thanks in advance.

  9. Clare Says:

    Hi Amy,
    I found your Pirate pattern in the ‘Softies’ book a number of years ago – its the whole reason I started crocheting (my boyfriend asked me to make it for him). Unfortunately I’ve been stuck on his hair and would GREATLY appreciate any tips you can give me!! (My boyfriend is getting a bit impatient and the slowly made Pirate is becoming an inside joke in my family, and I would like to finishing him before I get distracted again and start yet another WIP).

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  11. Alice Says:

    Hey Amy/anyone who can help,

    In the book ‘softies’ this pattern is published in, it says “Some parts of this doll are started by using the magic ring technique”
    I presume this is all the parts where you begin with a ring? For example, the head. The description for the magic ring technique involves treble crocheting into the loop, but the first row of the head is “6DC into the ring and pull the ring tight”
    surely this just means double crochet using the magic ring technique instead of treble crocheting?
    Sorry if this is a stupid question.
    Thanks though, Alice.

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