No Sewing Machine Required
Whether it be for a wedding, First Communion, or a special party, this lovely dress is perfect! Strips of lace & tulle make up the tutu skirt. The bodice is crocheted with an iridescent yarn in snapdragon shells and the yoke embellished with iridescent pearls, along the neckline and cap sleeves. Finished with a ribbon sash, it's simply sweet!!!
With pieces worked separately, the top is darling with a different bottom. Work in a comfy cotton yarn and pair with jeans, for a casual look.
Size: 18-36mo/Toddler, 3-5yrs, 6-8yrs
Yarn weight: #4 Medium, Light worsted weight/10ply(9wpi)
Hook: 4.5mm & 5mm hook
The pattern is written in American English Terminology and includes clear instructions. If you are confused with any portion of my pattern, convo me, and I will troubleshoot as best I can.
All patterns are created by myself and have a copyright. Thus, you may not reproduce, redistribute, use my photos, or sell my pattern(s) in any form. You do have my permission to sell your finished product, however, not as a mass production and with recognition of it being a Whimsy Woolies pattern. This is in accordance with copyright laws. Please acknowledge in your listing that its a Whimsy Woolies pattern. The following information below, can be copy and pasted to your listing for your convenience.
Pattern Design by Whimsy Woolies
Happy Hooking, Mimi :)
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13 dc & 8 rows = 10cm(4in)
Mimi Wilson & Kate Denne, mother and daughter team, are the creators of "Whimsy Woolies". Myself being the artisan and Kate the queen of computer savey, allowed my dream to become a reality in this ...
Mimi Wilson & Kate Denne, mother and daughter team, are the creators of "Whimsy Woolies". Myself being the artisan and Kate the queen of computer savey, allowed my dream to become a reality in this high tech world. Inspired at a very young age by my protegee, Mimi Foort, my namesake, who was an amazingly talented and spirited lebonese women. She lived on Quadra Island, across Discovery Passage from my home. I am reminded of the kerosene lantern, the spinning of the wheel and the smell of fleece. Mimi taught me to knit, crochet and spin. I was 19 when I opened my yarn shop, taught others my crafts, and had a design company for a number of years. This was prior to the web, when it was a great effort to market your talent. I was fortunate enough to sell my designs both in Victoria and Vancouver, but burnout hit and I lost my creative spark for a number of years. Then along came my sweet grandchildren, who have re-ignited my flame. I read a quote that lit a spark, by George Elliot, "It's never to late to be what you might have been". I want to leave a legacy, my patterns, a book, something to hold in your hands, a craft that I hope will ignite your creativity. I want everyone to be able to create and enjoy my Whimsy Woolies as much as I have in their creation.
Please look for me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/whimsywoolies where I preview my latest designs, offer pattern specials and chat. Happy hooking, Mimi