Fabric & Crochet Sundress

from Sheila Zachariae

Fabric & Crochet Sundress Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Girls, Infant/Baby

Item:

Dress

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet
  • simple whip stitch with a needle and thread
  • increase and decrease
  • straight sewing on a machine (or hand sewing)

Pattern Description:

I love fabric and yarn! Put them together and you have something really special!

If you are looking for fabric, visit My Fabric Store here
https://www.etsy.com/shop/sheilalikestoknit

I have made many of these as gifts for new mommies! Pick fabric she loves or in the colors she loves! It will be cherished like a family heirloom, never to be tossed in the thrift store bag!

I would rate this as a advanced beginner or better crocheter. A sewing machine is optional but preferable for doing up the side seems and hems. Straight, simple sewing. The crochet bodice is hand sewn on with a simple stitch. One yard of fabric is plenty for the skirt portion with ample left over for another project!

This is the same pattern as the Girly Twirly Dress!

Materials:

  • Button thread to match yarn if hand sewing bodice to fabric
  • Sewing machine (optional but preferred)
  • Size F/5 crochet hook
  • Fabric - 2 - 24" x 10" pieces in cotton fabric of your choice for 6 month size. 2 - 25" x 11" for 12 month size 2 - 26" x 12" for 18 month size
  • 1 (1,2) 1 3/4 oz/50 g balls (136 yards each) of Patons Grace (cotton) in your choice of color. Weight #3

About Designer

About Designer

Sheila Zachariae on craftsy.com

I was taught to knit by my mother in my teens in the '70's and I quickly went from that to cross stitch and then needlepoint.

Life goes on to a full time job, marriage, a child and then in early in 2004, I was forced to stay off my feet. I pick up the needles and started with knitting a scarf and then another, and then another! Next thing I know, I have 50 of them!

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