Crochet Dress – Little Miss Tutu

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

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Crochet Dress – Little Miss Tutu Pattern Notes..


Crochet Pattern Difficulty Rating - Competent

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Little Girls size 3/4

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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.

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~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.

Caron Simply Soft Yarn

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4 dc = 1 inch (Using Caron Simply Soft & a US I9/5.50mm hook)


US H8/5.00mm
US I9/5.50mm


1 Button
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.

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Neck trim..

Crochet Dress - Little Miss Ruffles

Arm trim..

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Adding Tulle..

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.

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Crochet Dress – Little Miss Tutu Pattern..

Create DateNovember 29, 2013
Last UpdatedNovember 15, 2014
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  1. Caroline Holloway says

    Hello I love your tutu pattern and cannot figure out how to print it
    You cannot copy and paste

  2. Sarah says

    Would it be easy to make this in a bigger size? I need a size 6 to, I am a pattern follower and am not sure how to adjust patterns. any help or suggestions are appreciated! Thank you!

  3. Sheila says

    Any idea how much tulle is needed in each color? I could probably guesstimate, lol, but I was going to have my daughter pick it up for me!

    • says

      If you are buying on the roll (4inch wide), you will need approximately 25 yards of each colour. I usually buy from the bolt because no one around here sells on the roll, I usually buy about 1.5 yards of 60″ tulle of each colour and cut it in half so it’s 30″ then cut 4″ wide strips.

  4. Stephanie says

    Maybe I did something horribly wrong but mine ended up big enough to fit me?!?! Any ideas what went wrong? I used same crochet hook size, same everything.

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