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6-12 month Fairy Dress


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Everyone loves the disney princesses, and while Tinkerbell isn't exactly a princess, she is a lovely little fairy to dress up as! This dress was inspired by her fun and perky attitude. Pattern is easy to read on an intermediate level, with lots of pictures and step-by-step instructions. It is an involved pattern, with the leaves of the skirt being made first, then the bodice of the dress is worked up from the bottom, and the straps and embellishments are made last. This pattern does include instructions on how to make the flower details. Pattern also comes with lots of options to make it uniquely yours. All of my patterns have been tested and tweaked to be absolutely perfect for you, but if you come across any confusion or typo, please do not hesitate to send me an email ( and I will be more than willing to give you one on one assistance. I do give permission to sell finished products. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain Double Crochet Slip Stitch Half Double Crochet Half Treble Crochet Working in the Round GAUGE Using K size hook Ch 10. Dc in third ch from hook and all the way across (8). Ch 2, turn. Dc in every dc across (8). Ch 2, turn. Dc in every dc across (8). Ch 2, turn. Dc in every dc across (8). Take measurements. Corner to corner should measure 4 inches. Each edge should be 3 inches. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Skirt Length - 6" Bodice Length - 8" Entire Length - 13" Chest Width - 18" Waist Width - 18" COLORWAY Bright color with a darker or contrasting color

Supplies Needed

  • K hook
  • F hook
  • Flower centers (buttons, beads, jewels, other)

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I'm the little "preacher's wife" staying home taking care of my three young children, while trying to earn a little bit of extra income for my family. I also sell finished crochet products in the form of photo props and adorable hats (, and I blog about selling any hand-made crafts in general, please come check me out for tips, advice, info, and suggestions on selling your own hand made crafts (!