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The Weebee doll is an adorable creation by Laura Tegg and what’s great about this particular doll is that she is quick-and-easy to make PLUS she has many different outfits, costumes, and friends.
And the best part? It’s mostly free!
Amazing designer, Laura Tegg, has quite a few doll designs and this article will feature ONLY the Standard Weebee Doll. For more doll patterns, scroll to the bottom of page and click on the links to Ravelry or the Weebee Appreciation Society.
Weebee Standard Doll Free Pattern
This is the basic naked doll pattern for the standard sized Weebee doll which includes a short hair cap with links to other options. You can download the PDF pattern for free from Ravelry here >> Weebee Standard doll pattern
NEW 2020 UPDATE: Rounded head
The pattern linked above also contains a second PDF to create a more rounded head for your standard Weebee.
Weebee Clothes, Outfits and Costumes
Original Girl’s outfit pattern
Original Boy’s Clothes Pattern
Pretty Shells dress
You have many options when it comes to hair for your creation. You can use the hair cap included in the pattern and simply add a few locks of hair around the nape of the neck and around the face, or you can adapt one of these amazing techniques to create a truly unique Weebee doll.
Adding loose hair strands
Short Funky Hair
Afro Hair Wig
My own Weebee called Ami:
I created Ami with the use of the doll pattern listed at the beginning of this article. For her hair, I created the hair cap as it appears in the pattern, and then I just added wavy locks (as shown in the video above) around the bottom of the hair cap, 3/4 of the way around.
Her outfit is the dress from the original girl’s outfit. I kept it quite plain in just a navy yarn and I will definitely make more elaborate, ornate Weebees in the future, but this one looked perfect to me as is. I hope you think so too. :)
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