Today let’s see how to crochet this cute topsy turvy cinderella doll.

Sometime last month, I made my first topsy turvy doll, which started off like a cupcake that transformed into a doll.

I then thought (oh, didn’t I think I am oh, so smart.. LOL!  😉 ) that I’d come up with this huge range of similar stuff. Starting with Cinderella in her cinders dress which when flipped over would be Cinderella in her ball gown.

So still in my blissful ignorance, and trying to create a Cinderella doll myself, I found a freebie pattern for a basic pattern, and worked off that to create *my genius idea* 😉 and halfway through my creation, lo behold, I find that there *are* patterns readily available And that too for exactly what I was making!!

So anyway, I made my creation with my own twists and tweaks, and now give you lots of ideas.. so let’s go ahead and create and spread smiles.

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Skill Level : Intermediate to Advanced

Materials used for this Topsy Turvy Cinderella Doll

For this creation, I used Indian Oswal Cashmilon acrylic, with a 3 mm crochet hook ;embroidery needle ; beads and other bling ; safety eyes 

Size : 7” tall ; 5” around the base.

Stitches used for this Topsy Turvy Cinderella Doll

Magic Circle– Learn or refresh your skill on How to Crochet Magic Circle

Single Crochet Back Loop Only – For this stitch, we work the regular sc,but instead of going through both loops, you only go through the back loop of each sc.

Single Backloop only –  Do take a look at this self explanatory videos on How to Crochet Single Backloop only (sc-blo)

Do take a look on this self explanatory video on

How to crochet with Beads

How to thread beads onto yarn

How to do the French Knot embroidery Stitch

Learn how to crochet topsy turvy conderella doll by going through this free crochet pattern

Click here for free step-by-step pattern and instructions

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A full time mum, a part time social service volunteer, animal fosterer and a Guinness World Record holder I love art and craft - and am grateful for this hobby that keeps me busy and out of 'mischief'. We (as a family) are also staunch protectors of stray animals and will continue to do our bit to make this a safe world for them. We strongly believe in Refuse-Reuse-Recycle, which seeps into projects too. Why did I start blogging? Over the years, I found many patterns that specify yarns that are not available locally. There are also hundreds of free patterns on the web, which are not in English or which only have a chart and no written instructions. I am fortunate that I am able to read charts and I just thought it would be lovely to share these ideas as I make my own projects, using our available local yarns. I started my blog page in October 2013, but was a really sporadic contributor. In the past year and a half, I have been writing diligently and have had a lot of really interesting creative products made. I am happy to be part of this similar minded group of crafters. ACHIEVEMENTS : In October 2016, my blog was adjudged among the Top 100 Crochet Blogs to follow In January 2016, I won the Guinness World Record for being part of the Record for the World's largest blanket In 2014 and 2016, I played the Ravellenic Games on the Ravelry Craft group and have won great (digital) accolades

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