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New pattern as I promised :)




Hello Summer! Here is my sweet latest design, a super cute Colourful dress crocheted with Alize cotton gold batik! This is a must-make for your little one this season. Made up of DC stitches, the Pattern is easy and works up fairly quickly.




So lets start our pattern with what you will need:

Materials :

  • 4.5 mm crochet hook
  • Alize cotton gold batik yarn (#5970)
  • yarn needle
  • scissors
  • 2 buttons
Size:
pattern is made for 6-12 months 

Gauge:
10 rows X 15 sts = 10 cm X 10 cm

Abbreviations :
Ch - chain
sl st - slip stitch
sc - single crochet stitch
dc - double crochet stitch
sk - skip
V-Stitch cluster - set of 2 double crochet made together (2 dc2tog) and ch2 between them
Notes:
1. The pattern works top to bottom
2. ch3 doesn't count as dc.


V-stitch 




Top




Ch 91


Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook and in next 13 chs, ch2, *dc in each 21 ch, ch2* repeat from * to * 3 times, dc in last 11ch. Turn 

Row 2: ch3, * dc in each dc to ch2 space, in the ch2 space make (dc,ch2,dc)* repeat from * to * 3 times, dc in each dc till the end of the row. Turn

Row 3: ch3, * dc in each dc to ch2 space, in the ch2 space make (dc,ch2,dc)* repeat from * to * 3 times, dc in each dc till the end of the row.Turn


Row 4 - 8: ch3, * dc in each dc to ch2 space, in the ch2 space make (dc,ch2,dc)* repeat from * to * 3 times, dc in each dc till the end of the row. Turn





Joining sleeves: 
Row 9: ch3, *dc in each dc to ch2 space, 2dc in ch2 space, ch7, sk 35 dc (sleeve),2dc in next 2ch space,* repeat from * to * one more time, dc in each dc till the end of the row.


Rnd 10: ch3, dc in each st and ch around, sl st to the 1st dc.

rnd 11: ch3, dc in the next 20 sts, 3dc in the next st, dc in the next 6 sts, 3dc in the next st, dc in the next 38 sts, 3dc in the next st, dc in the next 6 sts, 3dc in the next st, dc in the next 23 sts, sl st to the 1st dc.


Skirt:

Rnd 1: ch3, dc in the 1st st, ch2, dc2tog in the same st, ch2 sk 2, in the 3rd st make a cluster, *ch5 sk 6, then in the next st make (cluster ch2 sk 2) 3 times* repeat from *to* until you have 10 sts left make ch5 sk 6 then make a cluster ch2 sk 3, sl st to the 1st dc

Rnd 2: sl to the 1st space and make ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog, ch3, in the next space make cluster, ch2, in the 3rd ch of the ch5 make a cluster, ch2, * in the next ch2 space make (cluster, ch3) 3times, ch2 and in the 3rd ch of ch5 make a cluster, ch2* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 3: sl st to the 1st space, ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog, ch4, in the next space make a cluster, ch3, in the next space make a cluster, ch3, cluster, ch4, *cluster, ch4, cluster, ch3, cluster, ch3, cluster, ch4* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 4: sl st to the ch2 space, ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog, ch4, (cluster, ch4) repeat till the end of the rnd

Rnd 5: sl st to ch2 space, ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog, ch5, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, *ch5, cluster, ch5, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch5* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 6: sl st to ch2 space, ch3, dc, ch2, cluster, *ch4, cluster, ch3, cluster,ch3, cluster, ch4, (cluster, ch2, cluster)* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd, and don't forget to continue the 1st cluster before making a sl st.


Rnd 7: sl st to the ch2 space, ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog, ch2, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch2, cluster, ch2, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch2, * cluster, ch2, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch2, cluster, ch2, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch2* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 8: sl st to the ch2 space, (ch3, dc, ch2, cluster) *ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch2, dc2tog, ch2, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, (cluster, ch2, cluster) * repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 9: sl st to the ch2 space, ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog, ch3, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster,sk the dc2tog, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch3, *cluster, ch3, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster,sk the dc2tog, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch3* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 10: sl st to the ch2 space, (ch3, dc, ch2, cluster), *ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch5, dc2tog, dc2tog, ch5, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, (cluster, ch2, cluster)* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd, and don't forget to continue the 1st cluster before making a sl st.



Rnd 11: sl st to the ch2 space, ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog, ch3, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch2, sk the 2 dc2tog, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, *cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch2, sk the 2 dc2tog, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 12: sl st to the ch2 space, (ch3, dc, ch2, cluster), *ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch5, dc2tog, dc2tog, ch5, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, (cluster, ch2, cluster)* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd, and don't forget to continue the 1st cluster before making a sl st.

Rnd 13: sl st to the ch2 space, ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog, ch3, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch5, sk the 2 dc2tog, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch3, *cluster, ch3, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch5, sk the 2 dc2tog, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch3* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 14: sl st to the ch2 space, (ch3, dc, ch2, cluster), *ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, (cluster, ch2 cluster)* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd, and don't forget to continue the 1st cluster before making a sl st.

Rnd 15: sl st to the ch2 space, ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog, ch3, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, dc2tog, dc2tog, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch3, *cluster, ch3, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, dc2tog, dc2tog, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch3* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 16: sl st to the ch2 space, (ch3, dc, ch2, cluster), *ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch5, sk the 2 dc2tog, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, (cluster, ch2, cluster)* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd, and don't forget to continue the 1st cluster before making a sl st.

Rnd 17: sl st to the ch2 space, (ch3, dc, ch2, dc2tog), ch3, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch3, *cluster, ch3, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch4, cluster, ch3* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.

Rnd 18: sl st to the ch2 space, ch1, 2 sc, ch5, *(2sc in the next space, ch5) 3 times, dc2tog, dc2tog, ch5, 2sc in the next st* repeat from *to* till the end of the rnd.




Chart
  


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Comments

  1. Thank you for this lovely dress pattern, and for making it so easy to copy and paste, and print out, so I can get started on it for my great-granddaughter. I really appreciate your talent, and for giving it to others for free.







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    1. Most welcome dear :) so glad that you loved it, Don't forget to share it with us

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  2. So I'm part ofnyhe way into making this dress and I am LOVING IT!!!

    However a few things are confusing me: in the pattern it keeps saying "dc2tog". When Iooked up the stitch it is explained as a decrease that crochet 2 stitches together into 1. That doesn't seem possible with how this pattern is written so I'm guessing it means to make 2 sc in the same space???

    My other confusion is I can't find where in the pattern it says how to use the buttons or close the back. I'm a big girl and can use context clues, but I thought I might point that out.

    It's also possible that my confusion is all operator error as I am still pretty inexperienced at crochet.

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    1. sorry its my bad, I should write the V-stitch not dc2tog
      you can see this video to learn more about it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zIW7eneoYw


      yes, I will write more about the finishing next time :D thank you so much for pointing that out :)

      no its not, I'm not so good with writing patterns :D but I learn more each day :)

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  3. Please can you tell me the quantity needed for this lovely dress ?

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  4. The quantity for this dress is two balls of the said yarn, also I advise anyone doing it to follow the graph as the written pattern has mistakes in it, plus if the graph was the other way up it would be easier to follow while crocheting.

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  5. Your banner at the top makes it impossible to print the pattern. Do you really want this type of faulty design on your website?

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