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Barbie Long Blazer With Belt (Free Crochet Pattern)

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My favorite hobby is crocheting doll clothes. Using what I've learned from reading existing patterns, I create my own designs for Barbie.

Barbie Long Blazer With Belt

Barbie Long Blazer With Belt

I wanted to figure out how to do some changes to the Barbie Blazer as that is what I usually get requests for: making outfits with sleeves. Some of the changes I wanted to make were: 1) Make the sleeves longer; 2) Make the length of the blazer longer; and 3) Add a collar. I was only able to make two out of the three changes that I wanted, plus I added a simple technique for adding belt loops, as this is something that bothers me whenever I make Barbie wear a loose fitting top.

For the complete outfit, the Tank Top and Pencil Skirt can be found in Barbie Business Suit. You can choose to make both in one color and make this Long Blazer With Belt in a different color to get a different look.

This article is a free crochet pattern for Barbie Long Blazer With Belt. This was made specifically for Barbie Model Muse body type. For more information on the different body types of Barbie, please visit Crochet Clothes For Your Barbie Doll. In order to make it fit for other body types, you only need to adjust the length of the belt as this pattern is loose fitting.

Materials

  • Size No. 1 Crochet Steel Hook;
  • Size No. 10 Crochet Cotton Thread;
  • Scissors; and
  • Tapestry Needle.

Abbreviations Used in American Terms

  • Ch(s) - chain(s);
  • St(s) - stitch(es);
  • Sl st - slip stitch;
  • RS - right side;
  • WS - wrong side;
  • Sc - single crochet;
  • Hdc - half double crochet;
  • Dc - double crochet;
  • Sk - skip;
  • Sc2tog - sc the next 2 sts together;
Barbie Long Blazer With Belt

Barbie Long Blazer With Belt

Barbie Long Blazer With Belt

Pattern

Front (Make 2)

Row 1: Ch 12, sc in the 4th ch from hook, dc in the next ch, (sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch) across, (sc, hdc) in the last ch, turn.

Row 2: Ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch, sc in the next hdc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, (sc, hdc) in the 3rd ch of the turning ch from Row 1, turn.

Row 3: Ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch, sc in the next hdc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, (sc, hdc) in the last sc, turn.

Row 4: Ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch, sc in the next hdc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, (sc, hdc) in the last sc, turn.

Row 5: Ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch, sc in the next hdc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 2 times, ch 6, sk the next 6 sts, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, (sc, hdc) in the last sc, turn.

Row 6: Ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch, sc in the next hdc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 5 times, ch 6, sk the next 6 chs, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, (sc, hdc) in the last sc, turn.

Row 7: Ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch, sc in the next hdc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 4 times, holding both ch 6 in the back of the hook, (sc in the next dc on Row 4, dc in the next sc on Row 4) 3 times, sc in the next dc of Row 6, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, (sc, hdc) in the last sc, turn.

Note: The 2nd front is going to have both ch 6 in the front of the hook.

Row 8: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, (sc, hdc) in the last sc, turn.

Row 9: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 17 times, sc2tog, turn.

Row 10: Ch 2, dc the first 2 sts together, dc in the next sc, sc in the next 7 sts, ch 1, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Row 11: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 12 times, sc in the next dc, turn.

Row 12: Ch 1, sk the first sc, sl st in the next 12 sts, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across.

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Both rows of ch-6 should be on the RS of the work. Here is a photo on what the front parts should look like:

This is how the front parts should look like. The 2 rows of ch-6 are all on the RS of the work to function as belt loops.

This is how the front parts should look like. The 2 rows of ch-6 are all on the RS of the work to function as belt loops.

Back (First Side)

Row 1: Ch 35, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, dc in the next ch, (sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch) across, turn.

Row 2: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Row 3: Ch 3, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, dc in the next ch, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 6 times, sc in the next dc, ch 6, sk the next 6 sts, sc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Row 4: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 7 times, sc in the next sc, ch 6, sk the next 6 chs, sc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Row 5: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 7 times, sc in the next sc, holding both ch 6 in the back of the hook, (dc in the next sc on Row 2, sc in the next dc on Row 2) 3 times, dc in the next sc on Row 4, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Note: The 2nd half of the back is going to have both ch 6 in the front of the hook.

Row 6: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 17 times, sc in the next dc, sc in the last sc, turn.

Row 7: Ch 1, sl st in the next 10 sts, sc in the next dc, ch 1, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Row 8: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 12 times, sc in the next dc.

Fasten off.

Back (Second Half)

Row 1: Rotate the back without turning it over to work on the opposite side of the working ch. Attach thread in the first loop, ch 1, sc in the first ch, dc in the next ch, (sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch) across, turn.

Rows 2 - 8: Repeat Rows 2 - 8 of the First Half.

Fasten off.

With WS facing out, sew the Fronts to the Back at the sides and shoulders.

Note: As much as possible, while sewing, try catching only one loop of a st on each side to make the seams less bulky.

Sleeve (Make 2)

Row 1: Beginning from the bottom edge of the sleeve, ch 11, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, dc in the next ch, (sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch) across, turn.

Rows 2 - 4: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Row 5: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, dc in the same sc as the last dc, turn.

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in each of the first 2 dc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, dc in the same sc as the last dc, turn.

Rows 7 - 8: Ch 1, sc in each of the first 2 dc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, dc in the last sc, turn.

Row 9: Ch 1, sc in each of the first 2 dc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, (sc, dc) in the last sc, turn.

Row 10: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, (sc, dc) in the last sc, turn.

Rows 11 - 12: Ch 1, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Row 13: Ch 1, sl st in the first 2 sts, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 5 times, dc in the next dc, sk the remaining sts, turn.

Row 14: Ch 1, sc in each of the first 2 dc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 4 times, dc in the next sl st, turn.

Row 15: Ch 1, sk the first dc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, dc in the last sc, turn.

Row 16: Ch 1, sk the first dc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Row 17: Ch 1, sk the first dc, dc in the next sc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) across, turn.

Row 18: Sk the first dc, (dc in the next sc, sc in the next dc) across, turn.

Row 19: Sk the first sc, sc in the next 5 sts, sk the next st, sl st in the last st.

Fasten off.

With WS facing out, sew the sleeves to the shoulders by pinning the center top of the sleeve to the center of the shoulder seam to align them together. So you start by sewing the armhole, going around until it is all sewn together, then go down the sides of the sleeve. Weave in all ends.

Turn your work inside out.

At this point, you can choose to sew on snaps to close the jacket or make use of the belt loops by placing a belt to not only close the jacket, but also add some waist shaping to the outfit.

Barbie Long Blazer with Belt

Barbie Long Blazer with Belt

Belt

Note: Since this was made for Barbie Model Muse (has a smaller waist compared to other dolls), you can adjust the length of this belt depending on the girth of your doll.

Row 1: Ch 61, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, turn.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in each sc across.

Fasten off and weave in all ends.

Loop the belt through the belt loops in the Blazer. Tie a knot to close the jacket.

Comments

Gramidoll on May 21, 2018:

This Blazer is so stylish and clever! Thanks to you, my collection of Barbie's are well dressed. I am totally enjoying my retirement years using your crochet patterns!