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Flower Power Baby-Toddler Dress


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Flower Power Dress has a delightful striped pattern made from a stitch combination you will love making. Sizes include Newborn all the way to 5T. Ruffled fabric is very easy to find at your local Hobby Lobby or Joann. The best part about this dress is there is only one seam that is sewn-- the back center seam, so minimal sewing skills are required. Dress is crocheted right into fabric; you won't believe how easy it is to do and half the dress is already completed for you. The ruffles cover the bottom edge, so no hemming! An interesting story: my 10 yr old niece tried on my work in progress that hadn't been seamed and it made an adorable halter top for a little girl, with some modifications. Detailed instructions include how-to crochet into the fabric, stitch count for all sizes, well-written and tested pattern, but this is for an intermediate crocheter and not someone just learning the craft. Made with a variety of colorful yarns, this pattern may be varied as you wish, make it muted, pastel, all white, or bright---guaranteed to please that new mom. Uses #4 medium weight yarn. Convo me for pricing on finished product or custom order. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY ch, sc, hdc, dc, work in rounds, work in rows sew a seam cut fabric GAUGE 6 sc = 2 inches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Newborn- 5T Sizes SUGGESTED YARN 150 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Caron Simply Soft COLORWAY Various

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1/3-1/2 yard of ruffle fabric from Hobby Lobby or Joann
  • cable needle or crewel needle
  • yarn needle

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My niece says about me, "Aunt Kim, wherever you go, yarn follows." Yeah, its true. Mom and I used to sell crocheted Barbie clothes, stuffed animals, and baby clothes at craft fairs. Now, I sell original shrugs, sweaters and patterns on Etsy and Ravelry. Peace, Love, Crochet! Visit my blog at