1. Crocheted Old Women by Karl Yttermyr (Swedish)
You may need google translate to read this pattern but it is easy to follow once translated from Swedish. The pattern takes a playful, modern, minimalist spin on traditional matryoshka dolls. The result is a super cute and quirky!
2. Crochet Babushka Doll Easter Egg Pattern by Mango Tree Crafts
If you have any large plastic eggs left over from Easter you can crochet this pattern!
3. Matrioska Amigurumi by Bigu Handmade (Spanish and English)
This pattern is in both English and Spanish. There is even a detailed photo tutorial for making a tiny babushka for your doll!
4. Matryoshka by Annaboo’s house
This matryoshka is worked flat and adorned with pretty lace and fabric scraps. You could make this as an ornament or a gift topper.
5. Russian Dolls contributed by Duckling Pond (Japanese)
I love how these little dolls open at the bottom to store jewelry or other tiny treasures! This pattern is a diagram with Japanese instructions. Illustrations detail how to assemble.
6. Ehime by Sachiyo Fuka
This pattern is written in Japanese with diagrams and illustrations. The designer uses this as a phone charm. I might make one as a luggage tag! You could even use a larger hook and a thick cotton yarn to make an adorable wash cloth. The pattern for the body is on this page under section D and the pattern for the face and details is on this page at the bottom right. You can look through the book to find more cute free patterns.
7. Free Matryoshka Russian Doll Cases by Handmade Kitty
If you have any Kinder eggs lying around, this pattern is a cute way to upcycle them into little trinket holders.
8. Matrioska Bookmark by Bigu Handmade (Spanish and English)
If you’re into reading, try making one of these colorful nesting doll bookmarks.
9. Stitchy Nesting Dolls by Petals to Picots
This pattern is unique because you can make four different matryoshkas that nest into one another just like the actual wooden dolls.
10. Matryoshka Brooch by Annaboo’s house
A tinier version of the ‘Matryoshka’ pattern, you can attach a pin or keychain to this little doll and turn it into an adorable accessory!
11. Matrioska by Lanos y Ovillos (Spanish)
Even though it is in Spanish, this pattern is super simple. You can watch a video tutorial for this pattern if you get stuck!
12. Garden Dolls by Maki Oomachi
You can follow a written pattern or a crochet diagram to create this cute little doll.
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