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Harlie Tunic Dress


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My friends daughter was diagnosed with Cerebal Palsy in 2011, but she is the happiest little girl I know. He eyes sparkle and her smile can light up a room. I wanted to create something that was as fun as she is, but that can be worn for more than one season. The Harlie Tunic Dress can be easily worn as a tunic over jeans or leggings once the dress length has been grown out of. Perfect in summer as is, or winter with a long sleeved tee and leggings, then as a tunic top the next time round, You can create this, knowing that it won't be grown out of in just a month or 2! Try creating this with a sock yarn - they are designed to be hard wearing and machine washable... perfect for kids clothing! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY US single crochet (sc) US double crochet (dc) US front post double crochet (fpdc) GAUGE Gauge: 10dc x 5 rows = 2.5" x 1.5" / 6.5cm x 4cm SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS NB, 6 months, 1, 2, 3 SUGGESTED YARN 650 yards of Fingering weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • 4 ply / fingering / sock yarn (up to 650 yds)
  • 3.5mm (E/4) hook
  • Yarn needle

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Amie Foster Designs
Amie Foster Designs
Mid 2011 in the middle of winter, I was sitting at home one day trying to think of a craft that would not take over an entire room. My sewing is in its own room, my scrapbooking has its own cupboard. My fiances canvases are stacked in the wardrobes with his paints. Next day we went to a local store (The Warehouse) and I went down the crafting aisle. I found a 4-pack of crochet hooks for $4. Grabbing them and a couple of balls of yarn, I went home and jumped on youtube to learn. A few days of different stitched swatches later, I headed to Etsy and found the wonderful array of gorgeous crochet patterns. Buying a 6-pack discount listing from someone I have now returned to a few times, I picked a hat and got started. So began my love of crochet. Unfortunately I hadn't quite figured out exactly how important gauge was. Surely the 5.5mm hook they called for could be replaced with the 4mm I had? Needless to say, the first hat I created did not fit my son. The 2-5 year size hat barely fit an orange. Now, a year on, I can honestly say that my crochet is not an in-the-corner project. Yarn is cheaper than therapy and my therapy has its own cupboard in the lounge room, a pencil case full of hooks and yarn in various plastic bags and bins through the house. It has also extended to knitting needles and am an avid pattern hoarder. I have begun to design and ideas are coming to me quicker than I can mock up, type, get tested and released. But I am working my way though my ideas book, one pattern at a time.