Crochet Dress pattern with little Ruffles

Crochet Dress pattern with little Ruffles

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Hello everyone, After my first crochet pattern if you didn’t see it check it here. I gained enough courage to create a special premium pattern. So I went on Pinterest to get some inspiration and decided to create something with ruffles. I sketched it on paper and I hoped it will look much better crocheted since I can’t draw😂. Fortunately, it did turn out exactly as I imagined. I was very happy the too much effort it took to create this dress payed off and I was extremely happy with the result. 

back of the dress

Now lets talk about the dress a little bit

This dress can be a cute baby shower gift. It can be perfect for photoshoots. The yarn used is a sport weight cotton acrylic blend. I love to crochet baby garments with cotton acrylic blends since its elastic and soft on babies skin.

Stitches used in this crochet dress pattern are:

Chain (ch), single crochet (sc), half double crochet (hdc), double crochet, (dc), triple crochet (tc), slip stitch (ss),double crochet v stitch.

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The material you will need for this pattern are:

Essentials

Yarn:  Alize Cotton Baby/ 50% cotton 50% acrylic, cream color , winter sky color or any sport weight cotton acrylic blend  yarn. But I honestly recommend the cotton baby yarn its very soft and lovely to work with

1-3 balls for each color. (according to the size you are making.)
Hook: 3 mm & 4 mm.

Others

Stitch markers, sewing needle and  matching thread, yarn needle to weave in ends, measuring tape.

Here is a set with one of my favorite hooks sets along with stitch markers and needles

Notes

I wrote this pattern for 0-3 month size and changes for 3-6 months , 6-12 12-18, 18-24 months in parentheses.
I mainly write my patterns with measurements (cm). In my opinion its easier when someone is working with a different yarn. 
However you will find gauge in the pattern to help get the same texture and look if you wish.
Dress is worked form top and ends at the bottom and the straps are worked separately and joined to the dress. then the ruffles are worked.

You can buy the pdf pattern with a photo tutorial here on my etsy shop for a small fee.

I hope you liked this pattern. If you made one, share it with me on Instagram. I would love to see how you adapted it and what variations you made 🙂

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  1. That was very informative
    Thanks!

    1. Thanks❤️

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