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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Tutu Dress Crochet Pattern, Crochet Baby Dress Pattern, Pdf Pattern, Newborn to 10 Years

If you want to make a pretty party dress for your little girl, your search ends here! This adorable crochet pattern will make a Birthday Dress, an Easter dress, a Flower girl dress, the list goes on and on....................
The tulle for the skirt part is not stitched on to the bodice but tied in to crocheted chain loops, so you don't have to be a seamstress to  work this beautiful dress. The Tulle can be bought as 6 inch wide spools of Tulle Ribbon or as fabric by yard. The yardage requirements for both options have been included. The bodice is worked in a lacy variation of the solid shell stitch making it perfect for Spring or Summer. 

* Pattern is written in US terms.
* The pattern comes in sizes Newborn, 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, 18 months and 2 years. The second version comes for sizes 3T to 10 Years.
*Uses F (3.75mm) hook and DK weight yarn.
*It is a no sew dress.
* The requirements for Tulle and the way to attach it are included in the pattern.
* The dress has a button closure at the back and the straps are adjustable.

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              Tutu Dress Pattern ( Newborn to 2 Years)  

      Tutu Dress Pattern (3T to 10 yrs)


  1. How adorable, I wish I had a girl:)

  2. OMG! I so want this for my dotty who is learning ballet.

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  4. Wouldn't it be nice if we could be that small again to wear such beautiful crochet dresses? ;-)

  5. I am considering purchasing the pattern what weight yarn did you use?

  6. Would it work with worsted weight?