Floreali (DK and Worsted)

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Floreali (DK and Worsted) Pattern

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Crocheting: Floreali (DK and Worsted)
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Girls, Infant/Baby

Item:

Dress

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Skill Level: EASY to INTERMEDIATE This is a project created using basic stitches, simple colour changes and minimal shaping and finishing. It incorporates a repetitive pattern using basic crochet stitches but may require some skill to master. Not recommended for absolute beginners.

Pattern Description:

This is the DK and worsted version of Floreali - a beautiful baby-doll style dress highlighted along the hem by rows of flowers. Perfect in cotton or cotton-blends for summer, or created in a wool-blend to be worn over long sleeved tees for extra warmth in winter. Worked from the top down and completely seamless, this is the perfect choice for every little girl.

Pattern includes instructions for both DK and worsted weight yarn.

Photo Tutorial provided.

Gauge:

For DK/8ply:17 sc to 4 inches on 4.5mm hook (or size required to achieve gauge)
For worsted/10ply: 15 sc to 4 inches on 5.0mm hook (or size required to achieve gauge)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 1-2years through to 10 years
  • To fit 20" to 27" chest

Materials:

  • 400m - 1100m of DK or light worsted yarn.
  • Cotton, cotton-blend, wool and wool blend yarns are recommended.
  • Heavy worsted yarns and yarns with a high silk or bamboo content are not recommended for this design.

You Will Also Need:

  • Tapestry Needle

About Designer

About Designer

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My name is Deanne Ramsay and I live in Canberra, Australia. I am on a mission to create designs that are not only great to wear and use, but are interesting and enjoyable to create as well. After all, you are the one doing all the hard work!

I like to use simple stitch combinations to create interesting and beautiful fabrics as well as provide a canvas for you to make your own fabulous, ...

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