Crochet Dress – Little Miss Tutu
Another Crochet Dress, Little Miss Tutu. This is the 3rd Little Miss dress I’ve made, The first one was Little Miss Yarn Ruffles, then I made Little Miss Ruffles and now Little Miss Tutu. This is the last Little Miss Dress unless I get some other idea..
This crochet dress would be super cute if you were to make a matching hat to go with it. There is a free beanie pattern HERE or you can add my lady bella bonnet pattern to match, for the bonnet pattern click HERE
Crochet Dress – Little Miss Tutu Pattern Notes..
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Little Girls size 3/4
fpsc – Front Post Single Crochet.
fpdc – Front Post Double Crochet
cl st – Cluster Stitch, 3 dc in same sp.
ss – Slip Stitch
~Beginning ch 3 counts as first dc of row. Only turn work when specified.
~When first dc of row is made, I put my hoop through the last loop and same space as ch3. The last dc that joins the beg ch3 is also done through the same space. (Image 1 below) It creates a ribbing down the center back of the dress.
~I worked ch up 2 instead of a ch 3 for the first 5 rows, if you’d like to know more about ch up 2, check out my crochet resources page on my blog HERE.
Caron Simply Soft Yarn Dark Country Blue – You will need a 6oz ball for the entire dress, you can get a 3 oz ball of a different colour if you’d like 2 colour dress.
4 dc = 1 inch (Using Caron Simply Soft & a US I9/5.50mm hook)
1 or more colours of Tulle (I cut strips about 3 inches wide) and you can use some ribbon if you’d like but it’s not necessary.
Using a crochet hook insert it into a st from row 28 inserting from the wrong side. If you need a visual of how to add the tulle there is a tutorial available on my crochet waistband pattern available HERE.
Crochet Dress – Little Miss Tutu Pattern..
|Create Date||November 29, 2013|
|Last Updated||February 2, 2015|
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