Friday, May 3, 2013

Little Girl Vintage Dress Free Pattern


Little Girl Vintage Dress Free Pattern 

By AnnooCrochet Designs






I have always wanted to Try to make a Crochet Dress, but was a little shy to try. I am tremendously enjoying Creating Clothing for my Little Girl Abigail.
Creating a dress in  a small size somewhat seems less intimidating doesn't it?

Anyway, here is the result...not too shabby if I may say so myself...;-)





You will Need:
Crochet hook : 3.25mm
Tapestry Needle
Sugar'n Cream Yarn "The Original"
3 Dungarease Yarn in Vintage Pink



Stitches used
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
dc: double crochet
st: stitches
sk: skip

Gauge and measurements:


For the Sugar'n Cream yarn, and the shell st, it is 17 stitches, and 5 rows for a 4 inch square swatch
For the Dungarease yarn it is 21 stitches and 7 rows for a 4 inch square swatch!!!  

Waist: 12 inches
Outside of shoulders: 10 inches 
Bottom : 38 inches





Pattern (Size is for 6-7 Little Girl)

Little Dress Top:


Begin by making a Ch 102 st long,


Row 1: in second ch from hook, sc, sc in next st,  [ch, sk next st, and 2sc]  repeat all along, turn


to make things clear this row's pattern goes: [2sc, ch, skip a st] all along





Row 2: ch3, [3dc in next ch from previous row] all along you will have 36 shells, dc in the last st, turn





Row 3: sc, [sk next st, ch, 2sc] repeat all along, turn



Row 4: ch3, [3dc in next ch from previous row] all along

Row 5: 2sc, [sk next st, ch, 2sc] repeat all along, turn



Row 6-10: [repeat row 3 and 4] twice,  then  row 3 one more time



Row 11: sl st 5, ch3,  you are beginning  to make the arm opening

dc in ch sp from row 10, 3dc in each of next 14 ch sp,



 dc in next ch sp and in next st, turn




Row 12: ch, [2sc, sk next st,ch] repeat14 times turn









First front shoulder
Row 13: ch3, dc in next ch sp,  [3dc in next ch from previous row] 12 times finish with dc in next ch sp and in last st , turn




Row 14: ch, [2sc, sk next st,ch] repeat 12 times turn


Row 15: ch3, [3dc in next ch from previous row] 3 times, dc in next ch sp and in next st, turn

Row 16: Ch, [sk next st, 2sc]3 times, turn


Row 17: ch3, 3dc in next 3 ch sp, turn

Row 18: ch, sc, ch sk st 2sc, sk st, ch, 2sc, sk st, ch . sc.turn

Row 19: ch3, 3dc in next 3 ch sp, turn

Row 20-21: repeat row 16 and 17
Fasten off

Second front shoulder

Row 15: sl st at other side at shoulder,
ch3, 3dc in next 3 ch sp, dc in next ch sp and in next st, turn







Row 16: Ch, sc [sk next st, 2sc]3 times, turn

Row 17: ch3, 3dc in next 3 ch sp, turn
Row 18: ch, sc, ch sk st 2sc, sk st, ch, 2sc, sk st, ch . sc.turn
Row 19: ch3, 3dc in next 3 ch sp, turn

Row 20-21: repeat row 17 and 18

First Back Shoulder:

Row 11: skip 3 st from the first front shoulder,





sl st in 4th st, ch3,

dc in next st,

[3dc in next 3 ch sp, ] 14 times,

dc in next ch sp, dc in next st, turn


Row 12: ch, 2sc, [sk st, ch 2sc] 13 times, sk st, ch, sc turn



Row 13: ch3, dc in next st,  [3dc in next 3 ch sp, ] 12 times, dc in next ch sp, dc in next st, turn

Row 14:ch, 2sc, [sk st, ch 2sc] 12 times,  turn

Row 15:  ch3, 3dc in next 3 ch sp, turn

Row 16: ch,sc, [sk next ch, 2sc], 3 times, turn

Row 17-19: repeat row 17-18-19

Fasten off

Second back shoulder:

Row 15: skip six 3 dc shells ,

sl t in next ch sp, ch3, 2dc in same sp, 3dc in next two ch spaces, dc in last st

Row 16: ch, sc, [sk next st, 2sc, ch],sc turn

Row 17: ch3, 2dc in same ch sp and 3 in next 2 ch sp, turn

Row 18: ch,sc  [sk next st, 2sc, ch],sc turn
Row 19: ch3, 2dc in same ch sp and 3 in next 2 ch sp, turn
Row 20:  ch,sc  [sk next st, 2sc, ch],sc turn
Row 21:  ch3, 2dc in same ch sp and 3 in next 2 ch sp, turn


Fasten off

Turn your work upside down, and sew the shoulders together

Sew the side seam as well
Sew in all loose tails



Body of the Dress

Take your Pink yarn and with your work turn back to it's right side and upside down, sl st next to the side seam


Round 1: [sc, 2scin next st] all around




This is the basic Pattern Chart, for the skirt part of this dress,
 it might help you...if it does not , keep following the step by step :-)

Round 2: ch3, 2dc, ch, sk next st, [3dc, ch, sk next st] all around


The pattern will look like a checkerboard, for the three first rows.
Round 3: ch3, dc in ch from Round 2, dc in next st, ch, sk a st, [3dc, ch sk a st] all around



Round 4:  ch3, dc in ch from Round 3,dc in next st, sk a st, [3dc, ch sk a st] twice,
(ch3,[3dc, ch sk a st] )  all around


Round 5: when you reach the  last group of 3 dc before  the ch3 from the previous round, ch3,



sc in the middle st of Round 4'th 3ch, ch3, sk 2st,

 [3dc, ch sk a st] twice.



 [ch3, 3dc, ch sk a st] all around


Round 6: when you reach the  last group of 3 dc before the ch3 from the previous round,

[ch4, sk 3 st, 3sc, sk 4st, 3dc] all around







Round 7: when you reach the  last group of 3 dc before the ch4 from the previous round,
sk a st, dc, dc in two next ch,



 [ch4, sc in middle sc of previous row, ch4,  sk 3st, 3dc, sk st, ch, 3dc] all around



Round 8: when you reach the  last group of 3 dc before the ch4 from the previous round, 

[ch, sk st,dc, dc in next two ch, sk st, ch, 3dc, ch, sk st, 3dc, sk st, ch]









 repeat all along


Row9-30 : repeat Row 2 to 8

Your dress will look like so


Decorative skirt Edge:

Round 1: sc all around

Round 2: sc, [ch3, sk st, sc] all around


Round 3: [sc in next ch3, sk ch3, 7dc in next ch3, skip ch3, ] all around,  join with a sl st to the beginning sc. fasten off. Sew in all tails.







Your dress will look like so:

Time for the Collar.

sl st in the corner  right side of the collar, 6sc along the collar line
continue by sc 13 times along the neck,
6 sc a the left side of the collar and 11 sc up the shoulder strap
15 sc  down the strap on the front side

20 sc along the front collar, and  15 up the shoulder strap,  join with a sl st to the beginning sc. fasten off, Sew in all tails

Sl st at the bottom of the arm whole
 sc 48 all along the arm opening, join with a sl st to the beginning sc.



Rose Applique Final Touch

Round 1:In a magic ring, ch, [sc, 3dc, sc] 4 times



Round 2: working on the wrong side, behind the petals, sc in back strand of sc of previous round, ch4, repeat 3 more times, you will have four ch4 loops 

Round 3: working with the right side of your flower facing you , and in first loop made, [sc, dc, tr, dc, sc, dc, tr, dc, sc] , repeat in each loop.






Round 4: working on the wrong side, behind the petals again, create 8 loops of 4 ch,sc each time in the back to round 3 sc



Round 5:  in each of the loop [sl st, ch3, 4dc, ch3, sl st]


This is the way it will look from the wrong side of your flower

join with begining sl Fasten off

Sew your Rose to your Dress...and Voila

You just created this Gorgeous Vintage Dress That is sure to make any Princess Shine.
Happy Crochet to all!!!


Please mention me, the source if you find yourself in a sharing mood ;-)))
Happy Crochet my fellow artists!!!! 


All Images and texts are Copyright of AnnooCrochet Designs, unless otherwise stated. Feel free to share but please do not forget to mention your source.Thank you xoxoxoxo



186 comments:

  1. Your dress is so beautiful! I really love the skirt pattern with the little flowers, it's gorgeous! I must try it! Thanks for sharing!!!

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  2. No solo esta hermoso el vestido por lo cual te felicito si no que al fin alguien explica realmente paso a paso un trabajo, una genialidad de tu parte. GRACIAS

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  3. beautiful kite! thanks for the pattern and explanation. he comes to my collection :-) Regards helga

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  4. I love this dress! I am going to make it for my 4 year old. On the top of the dress how much yarn did you use yardage wise? I am trying to see if I have enough around the house before starting it.

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    1. Great!!! Lets see Virginia, I bought a 14 oz skien of the Original Sugar'n Cream yarn, and used about 4 oz maybe even a little less of yarn for the top...;-)
      I hope this info helps you!!! Happy Crochet!!!

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    2. Thank you so much! I am getting lost on your row 2. You say to have 34 shells, I keep getting like 50. :( I love this dress, do you have any pointers? Please and thank you!

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    3. Virginia, are you sure you are making your 3dc only in the ch space from row 1, and skipping the dc's from row 1?

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    4. Actually I was reading your pattern incorrectly, I have figured it out though, thank you!

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    5. Hi Virginia and Annoo, I am having the same problem and coming up with like 50 shells like you were Virginia...I was just wondering if you could tell me where you went wrong or how you solved the problem as maybe we did the same thing?? Thanks P.S Thank you so much for the pattern Annoo!! Regards Kelly :o)

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    6. I am having the same problem. I keep coming up with 50 shells...

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    7. Hi every body
      I have also the same problem getting 50 shells
      I cant solve it
      Pkease help since I love the dress very much

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  5. Beautiful dress! By chance do you have your gauge? I seem to always need to adjust my hook size and am wondering if I need to go up a hook or down a hook for this. Thanks for the pattern!

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    1. For the Sugar'n Cream yarn, and the shell st, it is 17stitches, and 5 rows for a 4inches square swatch
      For the Dungarease yarn it is 21 stitches and 7 rows for a 4 inches square swatch!!! Happy crochet!!!

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    2. Thank you SO much! You are wonderful!

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  6. Hi! Love this beautiful dress :) Wondering if I could trouble you to ask what your gauge is with the 3.75mm hook? Also, what are the measurements across the top of the shoulders (outside edges), the waist, and the bottom? Appreciate it so much!

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    1. For the Sugar'n Cream yarn, and the shell st, it is 17stitches, and 5 rows for a 4inches square swatch
      For the Dungarease yarn it is 21 stitches and 7 rows for a 4 inches square swatch!!! Happy crochet!!!
      waist: 12 inches
      outside of shoulders: 10 inches
      Bottom : 38 inches
      Happy Crochet!!!

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  7. Beautiful thank you for sharing going to try and make this

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  8. What a truly brilliant tutorial!

    Well done and thank you for putting the time and effort into taking all those pics and THEN uploading them!

    Julie x

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  9. This is really beautiful work!! Thank you for sharing with us. I'd like to make one for my little girl.

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  10. Beautiful work, the pictures are a real credit to you.

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  11. Hello,
    it`s a really wonderful dress. And your tutorial is the best I`ve ever seen. Thank you for sharing

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  12. This is the best ever tutorial i have seen.. so in depth and thank u so much for your time.. Ur dress is just so so beautiful.

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  13. I would like to make this for my 2 year old for her 4th of July outfit. What would you suggest as far as pattern tweaking to accommodate for her small size? Thank you.

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    1. Hi Amy, I would chain 74, and work the pattern accordingly by working 8 rows of the shell pattern for the body, diminishing about 3 shells on each side for the arm whole and making shoulder straps that would be 2 shells wide... 6 rows shoulder straps for the front and 2 rows for the back does this make sense ?
      For the Skirt part, I would pick 2 stitches of the new color into every other st from the body. ending with about 105 to 110 stitches for the skirt

      Let me know if this helped..;-)

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    2. I'm glad someone else asked this question - I want to do the same thing, make it for my almost 2 year old! :)

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  14. It looks absolutely gorgeous! Great job!

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  15. I love the design! I have made baby dresses following patterns but I haven't tried designing one. I love you creations! I am Jei Crochet of Cutey Patuty Crochet. I hope you visit my page too ;)

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  16. Hi! I absolutely love this pattern!!! I am stuck on round 2 though. I keep getting only 25 shells. I am not sure where I went wrong. Completely opposite of everyone else's problem, lol! Any help you could provide would be great! Thank you soooo much!

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    1. Another question about the 2nd round. When you 2sc, does that mean in the same stich? Thank you!

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    2. Nevermind! I was totally reading the pattern wrong!

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  17. HI,

    I'm from South Africa and we don't have Sugar n cream yarn or Dungarease yarn here. Could you please give me more info on the yarns so that I can find a substitute for them. I really love this pattern and want to make it for my almost 2 year old to wear to her second birthday party.

    Please and thank you
    Louise

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    1. Ok My Dear, DungarEase is 60% Cotton and 40% Acrylic,
      Medium yarn, gauge is
      Sugar'N crean is a 4Ply, Medium Yarn,100% Cotton
      For the Sugar'n Cream yarn, and the shell st, it is 17stitches, and 5 rows for a 4inches square swatch
      For the Dungarease yarn it is 21 stitches and 7 rows for a 4 inches square swatch!!! Happy crochet!!!
      I hope it helped!!!!
      Gauge is 20 stitches for 26 Rows equals a 4 by 4 inch square

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  18. Hi Annoo I love your pattern but I am having problems understanding how yiu got 34 shells.
    I have tried everything and I keep coming up with 51 shells just like my previos row where I have 51 chains.
    Please help me understand hiw to get 34 shells also I would like to make for a 3yr old so if you can tell me how many chains to start with it would be great. Thnaks a lot . Sheila

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    1. Hi Sheila,
      are you only making your shells in the ch from the previous row?
      Lets try to make it work for a 3 year old, I would ch 84 which should give you a total of 28 shells...then follow the rest of the pattern, you will have less stitches at round 1 of the body of course and would have to adapt the body pattern a little...
      Try it this way and do not hesitate to ask me more questions...
      Happy Crochet

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    2. Hey Annoo, I made 84 chains, on row 1 I end up getting 42 groups of 2sc. On row 2 I chaind up 3 stitches and I go in every ch space with 3dc till the end and end up with 41 groups of shells. What am I doing wrong? I am going nuts!

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    3. I did it!!!!!!! Yay!!!!

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  19. I have been searching for the perfect dress pattern to feature on my blog, The Firefly Hook, that has a high cuteness factor, easy to read instructions, and proper pattern lingo. Congratulations! Your pattern and accompanying tutorial are incredible. And HUGE props on the easy shaping - no one will cry when they make your dress!

    I'll let you know when it posts.

    Warmly,
    Abbey (for The Firefly Hook)

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    1. Abbey, I am so honored!!!Thank you so very much!

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  20. Hi there... can you please email me... I have been working on making this little dress which I just adore. But for some reason im having a hard time understanding starting from row 4. I thought I understood your directions and I cant seem to read it from the pictures. I have no idea how to read a chart either lol. If you have time... please email me and let me know what the pattern is. To be honest... im having a hard time reading your whole pattern. But I do really love this dress. :)
    thank you.

    Blessings
    Dawnie (Motorbikegirl)
    motorbikegirl81@gmail.com

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    1. Hi Dawnie,
      Would absolutely help you, send me a email with specific questions at annoocrochet@gmail.com and lets make the blissful zen crochet happen!!!!

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    2. Well... thank you anyway... I eventually figured it out after leaving it for a day and coming back to it.
      However I have changed the pattern a bit.

      Dawnie.

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  21. i love this dress however, i have been racking my brain trying to figure out row 2. i chained the 102 stitches and did row 2. row 3 i am only getting 33 shells.

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    1. Please, do not sweat it, 33 shells are perfectly fine, it will not change your result, you might ave dropped a few stitches on the way...;-)))))

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    2. thank you for the quick response!! i am so happy to hear this.. its still sort of bugging me just because i cant get that last shell but i am thrilled to hear that i can make it with the 33 shells! thanks again!

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  22. I have figured out why everyone keeps getting 50 shells in the 2nd row. If you chain 102, and then 2sc in the 2nd chain from the hook skip stitch and then 2sc in the next all the way across, you will end the row with 2sc in the last chain. That would give you 102sc and 50 chain spaces.
    Mathmatically, 102/3=34. So to get the 34 chain spaces and therefore 34 shells in the second row, you would need to do 2sc in the first chain, skip 2 chains, and then 2sc in the next chain all the way across. That would give you a total of 70sc and 34 chain spaces.
    Alternatively, you could reduce your base chain to 70 and follow the pattern exactly otherwise.
    The easiest way to adjust the size to fit a bigger or smaller child is to measure their chest and then do a test strip of chain and SC to see how many you need to equal that measurement. Make sure your base chain is an even number :-)

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    1. Hi Roxane, it is much easier then this, you have 102 chains, you sc in the second ch from hook, sc in the next st, ch, skip a st and 2sc.

      You do not skip 2 chains, only one.

      so [2sc, ch, skip a ch] all along, ending your row with 2sc

      You will have exactly 36 shells.

      Happy Crochet!!!

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  23. Hi there, this dress is beautiful, I am trying to make it for my 2 year old but I am struggling with how to adapt the body, would you be able to give me some advice? I have looked at the other posts asking the same thing but they didn't really make much sense to me!! Thanks very much :)

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    1. Hi Lisa, I would probably ch 84 stitches to begin with, begin arm opening at row 8 instead of 10, and begin front straps at row 10 instead of 12.

      For the back as well take off 2 rows to begin the straps and the armhole.

      As for the pattern it is the same since it is done in increment of 1 stitches, you just will have less stitches to work with…does it make sense to you? let me know.

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  24. http://thefireflyhook.wordpress.com/2013/09/13/baby-crochet-projects-ideas-and-free-patterns-next-up-dresses/

    Your beautiful dress has been featured on The Firefly Hook!

    Thanks again for sharing your wonderful pattern with all of us.

    ~Abbey

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  25. I have a quick question about the pattern. It says it's for a 6-7 child. Is that age or size?

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    1. Hi Shanae...it is Size 6 to 7 ;-) Happy Crochet!!

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    2. Would you be able to adjust up to a size 8/9?

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    3. Use A bigger hook usually makes it bigger

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    4. I want to make this maybe a 9 or10 what size needle would you suggest

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    5. For a 9/10 I would use an I needle. I am working with an H needle now I will let you know how it comes out.

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  26. i love the way you shared this :x many thanks!

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  27. i have problem regarding the skirt part of the dress, ma'am do have video making this?thanks

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  28. Can I assume that the original base chain is supposed to fit around the child's chest?

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  29. Hello,
    I am also having problems with row 2, and I am making 3 dc in the chain space and I'm getting 51. Also, it is curling terribly. What could I be doing wrong? Thank you in advance for your help.

    Jesus

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  30. Hello there, i like to crochet this beautiful dress for my granddaughter she is 6 months, can you please help me to get the right size, thank you

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  32. Hi, I just finished making this beautiful dress for my 2 year old daughter! I adapted the pattern as I used a 5mm hook and it came out wonderfully! Wish I could post a picture! The skirt wasn't as big as yours though. Why would that happen? Maybe I forgot to do something! Still looks lovely though! Thanks for sharing!!

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  33. Can Caron Simply soft be use Dont have any cotton

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    1. Absolutely, I would try first to use the same size hook 3.25 mm and see if the size still fits...and ajust to a bigger or smaller hook if needed. Happy Crochet

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  35. I have a question on this part [sk next st, ch, 2sc] Do I skip a st, then ch1 or are you saying sk next ch sp please clarify TY

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    1. Hi Kristine, it is : sk a st, THEN ch1.
      Happy Crochet!!!

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  36. Hi. I have been trying to make this for my daughter yet I keep getting messed up on the 2nd row. I get 50 shells and I can't work out why for love nor money. I would be very grateful if you could help me please. Dagbird2001@hotmail.com. thank u in advance. Tracy xx

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  37. I have figured out why everyone keeps getting 50 shells in the 2nd row. If you chain 102, and then 2sc in the 2nd chain from the hook skip stitch and then 2sc in the next all the way across, you will end the row with 2sc in the last chain. That would give you 102sc and 50 chain spaces.
    Mathmatically, 102/3=34. So to get the 34 chain spaces and therefore 34 shells in the second row, you would need to do 2sc in the first chain, skip 2 chains, and then 2sc in the next chain all the way across. That would give you a total of 70sc and 34 chain spaces.
    Alternatively, you could reduce your base chain to 70 and follow the pattern exactly otherwise.
    The easiest way to adjust the size to fit a bigger or smaller child is to measure their chest and then do a test strip of chain and SC to see how many you need to equal that measurement. Make sure your base chain is an even number :-)

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    1. You mean that I have to skip two chains all the way across

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  38. Very kind of You to spend your time & provide a pic tutorial for making it easy to crochet.
    Thank You....

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  39. Hello,
    I just finished this beautiful dress,thank you, but i didn't get the skirt as big as yours. I just followed the chart. Later i saw the difference in the picture of round\row 8 you made increases, i will crochet the dress again, i love this pattern, i still have one more question about finishing the rounds of the skirt, do you make a slipstitch or do you crochet in spiral? i tried to find out but i did not see how you close every round of the skirt, thank you very much for you help,

    Ilvajoh

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  44. Hallo and thank you for sharing this wonderful pattern with us!
    Question about row 3:
    Row 3: sc, [sk next st, ch, 2sc] repeat all along, turn
    Do we make the 2sc in one stitch ?

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    1. Hi Georgia, as you can see when you look at the picture it is 2sc, in 2 different stitches, ;-)

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  45. Row 6-9: [repeat row 3 and 4] twice, then 3
    What do you mean "then 3'?

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    1. I fixed it, thank you for bringing it to my attention!!...For Row10:You repeat row 3 one more time.
      i hope it helped!!! Happy Crochet!!!

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  47. Hi, I would love to make this for my 9 month old daughter! Any advice on how to size it down or do you have a smaller pattern? Thanks! :)

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    1. Hi chelsea, gently rap around the yarn you will be using for the top around your baby's chest, this is the length that your base chain should have...then proceed keeping in mind that your shoulder strap will be smaller and you will of course use less total rows. Let me know if it helps and please do not hesitate to ask more questions. Happy Crochet!!!!

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    1. Well thank you so very Much!!!! You made my day! Happy Crochet.

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  55. Hi I'm just finishing round 2 on the last 3dc,ch,sk st and I'm just wondering do I just automatically start the ch3 for round 3 and continue in a spiral or do I turn my work around?

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    1. Hi Denise, I am not sure if you are talking about Round 2 of the top or the bottom of the dress, but the top is worked in Rows, and only when you begin to work on the skirt part of the dress, you will be working in rounds. I hope it helped!!!! Happy Crochet!!!

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    2. Sorry ya I'm on the skirt now, thanks for the help! Love this pattern, it's so easy to understand

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    3. One more thing :-) what's a magic ring?

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  59. This dress is beautiful and I am definitely going to make it for my granddaughter that is turning 1 this month.
    The was I am reading your pattern...the way to downsize for her would be to measure around her chest (then make sure I come out with an even number of stitches...is that correct?
    Of course I would have to then fold in half to figure out where to make the armholes - plus they would be smaller (less rows) and the straps would be shorter.
    When it comes t the skirt the pattern should flow with whatever number of stitches I end up with.
    Are my assumptions correct? Please let me know because I would like to get started on this.
    Also, I am very adept at reading patterns..would you happen to have a PDF version of this that I could print out..I will always have your tutorial to return to if needed.
    Thank you so much for the time and patience you have put into making this beautiful dress. I have never seen anyone post something so clearly....and then take the time to answer all the questions.
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