Friday, June 21, 2013

Toddler Summer Vintage Dress Free Pattern

Toddler Summer Vintage Dress Free Pattern

By AnnooCrochet Designs



Breezy and Summery.
 I created this Vintage Dress to be worn on hot sunny Days, The Turquoise reminded me of Bermuda's Ocean and the Beige top of the beautiful Elbow Beach sand that is speckled with Pink Coral...


(Pattern is for size 4 toddler)
You will Need:
Crochet hook : 3.25mm
Tapestry Needle
Sugar'n Cream Yarn "The Original"
3 Dungarease Yarn in Turquoise


Stitches used
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
dc: double crochet
st: stitches
sk: skip

Gauge and measurements:


For the Sugar'n Cream yarn, and the shell st, it is 17 stitches, and 5 rows for a 4 inch square swatch
For the Dungarease yarn it is 21 stitches and 7 rows for a 4 inch square swatch!!!  





Pattern:

Body:

Back:


Round 1:ch 84, sl st with first ch, making sure you do not twist the ch, ch, sc all around

Round 2: ch3, 2dc in same st, [



sk 2 st, 3dc in next st] repeat all around

Round 3: sc all around

Round 4-:10 repeat round 2 and 3



Row 11: [sk 2 st, 3dc in next st] repeat 11 times, turn you will now no longer work in the round

Row12:  33 sc, turn
Row 13-16: repeat row 11-12 turn

Row 17: [sk 2 st, 3dc in next st] repeat 3 times, turn



Row 18:  10sc fasten off

Repeat Row 17-18: on the other side of your back, turn


Front:



Row 1: skip 3 cloisters, from the back shoulder, sl st

Row 2: ch3,  2dc in same st, [ 3dc in next st sk 2st] repeat 2 more times, turn


Row 3: 9sc, turn

Row 4-6: Repeat row 3 and 4 Fasten off


 Turn your work, wrong side facing you, Sew the back shudders to the front

Skirt:


Round 1:With turquoise yarn, sl st in any of the st from the back side of your dress,


 sc all around

Round 2: [2sc in next st, sc]all around

Round 3: ch2, dc,



dc, ch2 and dc in same st

[sk 5st, 2dc, ch2 2dc] all around





Round 4: 3ch,








sk ch3 and dc from previous round, sc, [sk 2dc, ch3, sc] all around

Round 5-9:  Repeat Round 3 and 4, turn




 Round 10 : sc all around in front loop of sc Fasten off



Round 11 : in back loop,  and with the right upper part of your dress down [ch3 sk st, sc. ch3 sk  st, dc] all around









Round 12:  [in dc from previous round, 2dc, ch2, 2dc,] all around



Round 13- 18: Repeat Round 11-12 but not in back loop, 3 times
Round 19: sc all around in front loop of sc Fasten off






Round 20: in back loop,  and with the right upper part of your dress down [ch3 sk st, sc. ch3 sk  st, dc] all around
Round 21-27: repeat row 11 and 12
Round 28: sc all around, do not fasten off

Round 29:  sk 3 st, 6dc in next st, [sk 3 st, sl st in next st, sl nxt st, 6dc in next st] all around. 





 Fasten off

In Round 19: sl st and repeat round 29 fasten off







in Round 10: repeat round 19 Fasten off



 Sew all loose tails in
 Turn your work so the back is facing you, sl st in the lower corner of the armhole , and sc all around picking up about 43 stitches



Repeat on other side
Proceed the same way for the collar.


Add a little flower appliqué  See Flower Tutorial

And Voila, you just Crocheted a gorgeous Toddler Vintage style Dress...



I wonder Who is  the lucky Princess???


Please mention me, the source if you find yourself in a sharing mood ;-)))
Happy Crochet my fellow artists!!!! 


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25 comments:

  1. I don't have a Princess but the dress is very pretty and definitely fit for any Princess! Your pattern instructions are very clear.
    I like the stitches you used and will probably use them on another project (that is if you don't mind).
    Ta Ta for now, Cathy the Bagg Lady

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    1. I most Definitely Do not mind Cathy, on the Contrary, My goal is to inspire My fellow Crochet lovers to Create more and more... So Go on and Create.;-))))). I can not wait to find out what will come out of your Creativity Juice!!!!;-))))))

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  2. This is so cute! Love all the pictures, so detailed. I will definately have to try it when I have time. Thank you for sharing!

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    Kisses, Laura
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  5. Hi! Thank you for this very well, easy to follow pattern. I have a perfect little princess( my niece) that I am crocheting this dress. The pictures help a lot also. Would love to send picture once completed if that is ok?

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    1. Shelby, I would love a picture!!!;-))))

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  6. Good morning! I absolutely LOVE this dress!!!! How can I adjust the pattern to make a 3T dress? My Hannah is almost in 3T, 4T would fall off of her.

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    1. No Problem, just begin with a 78 ch, and follow the rest just as it is...Happy Crochet!!!

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    2. Thank you for responding so promptly! I stayed with the 84 chs. I'm glad that I did because I'm using Simply Soft by Caron and she's a little thinner than the norm. I have the entire top completed, tonight after work, I'll complete the skirt. This pattern is so beautiful! I'm glad that you shared! Thank you so much!

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  7. This is, hands down, the most beautiful crocheted dress I have come across. I'm so glad it is free, Thank you! I can't wait to start!

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    1. Thank you so much Cassandra!!!!;-))))))

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  8. Can this pattern be adjusted for and 18-24 month. I have searched and searched for a pattern I like and all the cute ones are in chart form and I don't know how to read that. I have 4 days to come up with something for a 1st Birthday.

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  9. this is so pretty...how to adjust if i want to make into smaller size?do i just change hook size or the starting chain

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  10. Oh my... I think this will be my first dress attempt for my toddler! I'm not even gonna change the colors! The turquoise will make her baby blues pop so pretty! Thank you for sharing this! <3

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    1. My pleasure Andie!!!! Happy Crochet!!!!

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  11. I love this pattern for a dress for summer. How would I adjust and start for a size 6? Thank you!!

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    1. Hi Becky, i would begin with 104 ch, and wrap it around your 6 year old, about 1 inch under her chest, it should fit snugly.
      Let me know if it helps!!!
      Happy Crochet!!!

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  12. This is absolutely lovely! Thanks for sharing this pattern!

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  15. Hi, what age is this for please?

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  16. Hi, what age is this for please?

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    1. its a 4t so 4/5 yr old depending on their size I would imagine

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