Belle Crochet Pattern


Worsted Weight Yarn. I used Red Heart)

  • Yellow
  • Light Yellow
  • Brown
  • Cream
  • White

4.5 mm Size G Crochet Hook
3.25mm Size D Crochet Hook
2 black buttons / eyes 15mm
Stuffing (fiberfill, polyfill, etc.)
Tapestry Needle
Sackdoll Base Pattern


[American English Terms]
slst – slip stitch
ch – chain stitch
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
inc – increase (2 single crochet stitches in the same stitch.
dec – decrease (single crochet 2 stitches together)
f/o – fasten off
[ ] – repeat instructions between [ and ]
( ) – the total number of stitches for row
CC – change color
MC – Magic Circle (Please see special instructions)

Finished Size:

Finished size is about 12” tall. Size varies based on yarn, crochet hook, and how tightly you crochet.

Special Stitch Instructions:

Most pieces begin with a “ring”. Use any type of ring you are comfortable with (i.e. Magic Circle, chain 2 and single crochet in second chain, etc.). You’ll be working in one continuous spiral, unless otherwise noted.

The use of a marker is very useful if you’re not used to working in continuous rounds. It’s also great if you have to stop midway.

Use the 4.5mm Size G hook unless otherwise noted.

About the Pattern:

I am in no way affiliated with Disney. This pattern is not branded as anything affiliated with said franchise. Belle is a registered trademark or trademark of Disney.

This pattern is an original pattern by ArtisticGaming (July 2016). Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but you may not sell or distribute it. If the pattern is used please link back to me as a courtesy between creators.

Base Body Changes

This pattern requires the purchase of the Base Body Pattern in order to complete.

Follow the instructions for the base body using Cream yarn. Color changes below:

For both legs:
R1-10. Cream
R11+. Light Yellow

For both arms:
R1-5. Cream
6+. Yellow

Rest of the fingers:

Thumbs are all yellow.

We’re gonna work from the bottom up.


With white yarn.
1. CH29 – 28sc (28)
2. 28sc
3. 3sc, 1inc, [6sc, 1inc] x 3, 3sc (32)
4. [3sc, 1inc] x 8 (40)
5. 40sc
6. [9sc, 1inc] x 4 (44)
7-13. 44sc
14. CH2 on turn, 1dc, 1hdc, 1sl, [1sl, 1hdc, 2dc, 1hdc, 1sl] x 6, 1sl, 1hdc, 2dc (44)
f/o, leave long tail for sewing.

Dress Details:
With light yellow yarn.
(Make 6)
1. CH9 – 8sc (8)
2. 8sc
3. 1dec, 4sc, 1dec (6)
4-11. 6sc
12. 1dec, 2sc, 1dec (4)
13-14. 4sc
f/o. Attach each piece using the bottom frills of the previous piece as a guide. After attaching, attach the dress to the body

With light yellow yarn.
1. CH10 – 9sc (9)
2. 9sc
3. 1dec, 5sc, 1dec (7)
4-11. 7sc
12. 1dec, 3sc, 1dec (5)
13-14. 5sc
f/o and attach to the back of the dress. You can add a little bit of stuffing in between each piece to help hold it’s shape.

Outer Detail
With yellow yarn.
(Make 7)
1. CH7 – 1sl, 1sc, 1hdc and 1dc in same stitch, 1dc and 1hdc in same stitch, 1sc, 1sl. (8)
f/o and attach around the dress.


With yellow yarn.
1. CH30 – 29sc
2-9. 29sc
f/o, leave long tail for attaching.

Pick up stitches on row 9 (bottom) of the previous piece. P/u on the 12th stitch from right, CH2 (counts as 1sc), 1sc, 1hdc, [1dc, 1tc, 1dc] in same stitch, 1hdc, 1sc, 1slst (9) f/o and attach body piece.

With light yellow yarn.
1. CH2 – 1sc
2-3. 1sc
4. 3sc in same stitcch (3)
5-6. 3sc
7. 1sc, 1inc, 1sc (4)
8-13. 4sc
14. 1sc, 1dec, 1sc (3)
15-28. 3sc
29. 1sc, 1inc, 1sc (4)
30-35. 4sc
36. 1sc, 1dec, 1sc (3)
37-38. 3sc
39. skip first sc, 1dec (1)
40-42. 1sc
f/o and attach rows 1 and 42 to the front of the dress.

With light yellow yarn.
With a 3.25mm Size D Hook.
1. MC – 6sc
f/o and attach to front of dress, middle of previous piece.


With cream yarn.
1. CH2 – 3sc
2. 3inc (6)
3. [1sc, 1inc] x 3 (9)
f/o and attach to head. I attach the eyes first, then base the ears off that.

(Make 2)
With light yellow yarn.
With 3.25mm hook.
1. MC – 6sc
2. 6inc (12)
f/o and attach.


Cut long strips of brown yarn for the hair. Attach the hair 2-3 rows along the hairline. I typically use 2 rows for the sides and bottom, but use 3 rows for the top as it’s more area that needs to be covered.. You’re going to pull the hair back into a ponytail, tie with a strand of brown yarn. You don’t want a full head of hair or the head will become too heavy and stretch the neck back.

With yellow yarn.
1. CH2 – 1sc
2-13. 1sc
14. 1inc (2)
15-19. 2sc
20. 1sc, 1inc (3)
21. 1inc, 2sc (4)
22. 2sc, 1dec (3)
23. 1dec, 1sc (2)
24-28. 2sc
29. 1dec (1)
30-41. 1sc
f/o and attach rows 1 and 41 together above the ponytail. Pull up the hair and create a little bun.

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