Bianchina by Stefania

Proudly presenting little Bianchina, first pattern made by Stefania Bianchi.

For those that don’t know, some time last year I have created little Facebook group named FairyDolls Crochet. Was easier to give hand and help with my patterns this way. There are 300 of us members but are growing daily. We share experiences, help each other, share photos, links to free patterns from fellow bloggers and just hang up as a group of enthusiasts who like to make dolls and toys. Stefania is one of our oldest members and few weeks ago she shared this Bianchina pattern with us. I have fell in love with little sheep, and same day star

ted making one myself. As the pattern was in Italian (and have to first Italian pattern I worked on), I translated it to English as I worked on it (to help Stefania and group members who were excited about this pattern as much as I was).

 

So here is Bianchina I made.

Bianchina - pattern by Stefania BianchiBianchina

With with Stefanias permission offering you her free pattern so you can make your own Bianchina 🙂

Pattern is easy to follow. For any questions you might have, you can freely ask me, or contact Stefania through her Facebook page. All the details you will find herewith.

Here is the copy of the pattern. You can also find it free to download and save for personal use on my Free Patterns page.

Wishing you all lots of fun times with Bianchina! Big thanks to dear Stefania. Hopefully new pattern from her will be available soon!!!

Bianchina 1

Bianchina 2Bianchina 3Bianchina 4Bianchina 5Bianchina 6Bianchina 7

 

 

 

 

While you are all working on your new pattern, I will go back to finish my new project; Waldorf inspired doll. Dear friends, I love this doll!!!!

By now you all know I love dolls. Not only making them but I really enjoy having them, seeing them, being around them… This one is real treasure. Really, really a doll! Soft, cuddly, beautiful… Here is sneak peak to what I am working on these days.

Waldorf inspired doll - AmigurumiBBAmigurumiBB - work in progress, Waldorf/Steiner inspired doll

Wishing you all happy and peaceful rest of the weekend.

 

Vanja

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21 thoughts on “Bianchina by Stefania

  1. I take this opportunity to thank Vanja also here in your Blog, you helped me a lot for the translation of my first model, a big hello to all

    • It was my pleasure dear Stefania. Now that you “broke the ice” with this first pattern we are awaiting more of such awesome creations in the future 😀
      Hugs
      Vanja

  2. Hi I just adore your work and would love to join your Fairy dolls crochet page could you please invite me to join. Thankyou

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    • Not sure how to find you on FB. Is this Crochet Beanies by Sue… your profile name there as well?
      Let me know so can look up for you. WIll be glad to add you in the group. 🙂

  3. Wow! That’s one sweet amigurumi! My congrats to Stefania on her beautiful design and thank you for translating it for the rest of us 🙂 Your Waldorf inspired doll looks wonderful, Vanja! I love the way you’ve been experimenting with your doll hair. I must learn your techniques 🙂

    • Thank you Serah! 🙂
      I never have piece when dolls and hairs!
      This hair is simple one, crocheted wig with yarn hairs. Only thing is, it’s time consuming (what is not my cup of tea) 😀

  4. Thank you so much. I have been searching for a pattern to make a Lambie for my Doc Mcstuffibs obsessed little girl. Should be done just in time for her birthday!

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