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Sophia Heirloom Dress

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Intermediate

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An Heirloom Dress fit for a Princess. This pattern uses a medium 4 weight yarn for the yoke and a fine 1 fingering yarn for the bottom of the dress. It's quick to work up, yet stunning and elegant. Perfect for a baptism, blessing, or newborn princess. This dress is designed to fit a baby 8-14 pounds with the chest being 16.5 inches. The length is designed to go past the feet. However can be worn on larger babies but bottom may not go past feet. This pattern is requires some crochet experience and knowledge of the basic crochet stitches. Crochet stitches used are Single Crochet, Double Crochet, V-st, Cluster, Slip Stitch, Treble Crochet. Includes the following: Instructions for the Dress Sizes: Newborn Materials needed are included in the pattern. THIS IS A PDF FILE no shipping charge. The pattern will be available for download as soon as payment clears. If you have troubles downloading the file please message me. Adobe is required to read this pattern. It can be downloaded for free at www.adobe.com **********There are NO refunds************ All patterns are copyrighted. Please do not copy, sell, or redistribute this pattern in any way. You are welcome to sell finished items. Please provide this link to my etsy shop when selling finished products online Pattern by https://www.etsy.com/shop/BrianaKcrochet Please Follow me on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrianaKcrochet

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Briana K Designs
Briana K Designs
I’m a passionate pattern designer and I enjoy the unique. I enjoy using fresh methods and include tutorials within the pattern on new techniques. But let’s also talk a little about stress. We all have it and some days feel like pulling out our hair! I first picked up a hook because I wanted to do something for myself. And while I mostly design for little ones, I get immense satisfaction from seeing the designs in my head come alive. I’m mostly known for my fun and unique newborn outfits and photography. So while I play and romp with two little boys during the day; you will probably find me unwinding and surrounded by yarn at night. Balance is important no matter what stage of life you are in, and fiber art is my perfect outlet and obsession.