Our Shop

Our Etsy Shop

We have a shop on Etsy, which is where the newest items go first and where you’ll find items like the crochet patterns and dolls.

Find our ETSY shop HERE… https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/bettyvirago

However, not everyone likes shopping this way, so if you see something you like but don’t want to pay through the internet you can email your requirements to us and pay through a bank transfer.

Email us at: bettyvirago@gmail.com

Square Cards £3 each including UK postage.

Our square cards are 148x148mm square, professionally printed on textured Mohawk cardstock. Each card comes with a white envelope and a sealed cellophane bag.

5″ x 7″ Cards £3 each including UK Postage.

Our 5×7″ cards are professionally printed on either textures Mohawk cardstock or smooth Invercote Cardstock, each cards comes with a white envelope and sealed in a cellophane bag.

A6 Blank Note Cards

£5 for 3 including UK Postage

£6 for 2 cards and 2 A3 sized wrapping paper

Our Blank note cards are the perfect way to send some snail mail thoughts to friends. The cards are professionally printed on Invercote cardstock.

There is also the option to buy the note cards in packs of three of as a card and wrapping paper pack with 2 cards and 2 A3 sized wrapping paper sheets.

The patterns on the cards are all designed by Betty Virago and many are available as other items like Fabric, mugs, bags, phone cases and scarves.

Designs on other items

Betty Virago’s designs are available on many other items including fabric, mugs, bags and scarves.

If you’re wanting a design on something specific please email bettyvirago@gmail.com for more information.

Here are some ideas:

20 thoughts on “Our Shop

  1. Hi, me again!
    Thank you again for your help with the legs. I think I got the hang of it…
    Thought I should post a picture of the doll I made with your pattern ;)

    Crochet – Daryl Dixon:

    Take care and crochet on :)


  2. I don’t know if it is ok to ask this here…

    I recently purchased your “crochet doll pattern” and have a little problem with the lower legs…
    I just don’t get the 20 sc… I got the 13sc from the first part, but I can’t get to the 20sc in the second part… Do I turn it around after 1) and do the sc or do I crochet around the whole foot?

    Got my problem right there in your .pdf —-> 2) 2sc in 1sc, sc in 3, 2sc in 4, sc in 3, 2sc in 2 (20)

    Thanks for your help,

    (PS: Sorry for my bad englisch, I am from Vienna.)


    1. Ok, you continue working around, but if it’s easier to join the round and chain 1 before starting round 2 that will work, you can also turn the foot and work that way if it’s still difficult.
      If you imagine the foot, you start round 2 at the back of the foot. You increase 1, then Sc along the side to the toe, increase 4, Sc back to the heel and increase 2.
      I hope that helps.


      1. Great, I’m currently making several of these dolls for my final university project so keep watching this blog! And let me know if you need more help.


  3. I’m impressed by your creativity and hard work – that photo with sea insipired patterns is genial! I would like to learn more about spinning and everything – from sheep to sweater. I’m from Serbia, and the closest I got there is a conversation with a nice woman from small serbian village. “You have sheep? Who shears them?”- “I do.” – “Wow! And then?”- “I spin the wool.”- “And… then?” – ” I knit socks and sweaters.” Enough said.


    1. The Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers has an online community that might be able to give you information on spinning.
      Also Interweave have some great downloadable DVDs that show you what to do.
      Keep searching, I’m sure you’ll find out what you need.
      Thank you though for the very lovely comments.


  4. I don’t. The pattern for the slippers comes from the paid for pattern for the crochet doll. I think though, if you download all the free patterns you might be able to find it somewhere.


  5. Hi Betty!! Your patterns and workmanship are excellent😊. I’m looking for a pattern for the dolls underwear. I can’t seem to find it on your blog. Could you please help me? Maybe email me the link? Thanks


  6. we have seen your ballerina outfit on ravelry but struggled to find the doll pattern could you please help


  7. Hello, fellow crafter! :) Almost all the blogs I follow are fellow crafters too! I love the fact you are so creative, and I can draw some inspiration from you, looking forward to more clay designs from you! Take care!


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