If you would like a beautiful and unique new dress for your doll, consider crocheting her a Sunrise Sunday Dress! You can also crochet a really cute Peplum style top using this pattern, by making the dress a little bit shorter.
This pattern features a square neck and short sleeves. It uses a very unique style stitch that gives the dress a fun wavy texture. The dress/top is crocheted from the top down with the trim and the back closure added after the body is crocheted. Because of the way it is crocheted it is easy to add or subtract length to the dress if desired. The back closure uses three 3/8” buttons for easy dressing. Yarn from Knit Picks was used to crochet the dress.
This PDF crochet pattern is designed to fit 13" dolls such as Little Darling®. It is also available at Pixie Faire for 18" dolls such as American Girl®.
This is an intermediate level crochet pattern. It includes written instructions with pictures (19 pages total). It also includes a summary of instructions (without pictures) to help save ink if you would like to print the pattern. The summary is 5 pages.
Recommended Fabrics: Fingering Weight Yarn
-200 Yards of Fingering Weight #1 Yarn -Crochet Hook Size: C/2-2.75 MM -Sharp Needle for sewing and weaving in loose ends
-Three 3/8" buttons
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 19 page crochet pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF crochet pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Crochet!
This 1830s dress by Thimbles and Acorns features a crossed pleated bodice that is set in a narrow...
The Liberty Jane® Bubble Skirt PDF Pattern is designed to fit 13-inch Little Darling® dolls. This...
Create a beautiful flamenco dress with this doll clothes sewing pattern from Sewing Force! The...
Although the lack of goods and the means to procure them meant a homesteader's wardrobe...