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Girls burial gown and hat

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Crocheting
Type Clothing
Style Romantic, Cute, Classic, Retro / Vintage, Traditional
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What was your source for this crocheting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Based on "Robin's Onesie" pattern

idyrynda@adam.com.au on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Big W So Soft Carnival 8 ply 100% acrylic

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Beautiful!

05/24/2012 Flag

So, so, very nice! God bless you!

05/25/2012 Flag

I would like more info on this dress. In 2009 my daughter was born sleeping at 39 weeks. We were very fortunate to have received a hand knit sweater and hat that the hospital staff brought her to us in along with a crocheted blanket. I still have these. I was making my neice a baby blanket this past month and it got me thinking about making some blankets to donate to the local hospitals for other stillborns. I do not know how to knit so I was sad that I couldn't also do that, but when I found this site I saw several ideas that I am going to work on making for donations. The website for the booties was perfect, but I don't understand your instructions for the dress. When I click pattern it takes me to a different website that does not have any patterns on it. Thanks so very much!!! And from someone who has been there, these are CHERISHED!!!!

06/24/2012 Flag

Dear Jennjoyne, I am sorry the instructions for the dress were not clear for you

06/25/2012 Flag

Dear Jennjoyne, I am sorry the instructions for the dress were not clear for you

06/25/2012 Flag

Dear Jennjoyne, Please accept my sincere sympathy on your loss. I had 5 miscarriages but never held them or knew what they were - the last was 14 weeks. I am sorry the instructions for the dress were not clear for you. I used the top from the onesie pattern for the bodice, made the open front, the back (left open), increased the number of stitches on the next row and crocheted the shell skirt on to that. The link to the pattern is http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/onesie-robin.html. Hope this helps. Take care and God Bless. Irene.

06/25/2012 Flag