Here is y second attempt for a baby tutu dress crochet pattern. Pinky theme, lightweight acrylic yarn, heart-shaped toggle buttons… a lovely dress for a little princess.
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Materials: ( I used )
4 mm crochet hook
Lightweight/ DK yarn: candy pink ( color A ), light pink ( color B ) ( 100 gr for the sample – toddler size/ 100 gr or 344 yds per skein )
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Note: I used chainless starting dc for every first dc of each round/ row instead of ch 3. There’s another good crochet technique to use is ch 2, dc into the same stitch ( counted as 1st dc). In the pattern below you’ll see I simply state dc into 1st stitch for every first dc of each round, so just choose your best technique 🙂
This crochet Pinky baby tutu dress pattern fits toddler size ( chest size: 18 inches )
Special stitch used:
V stitch: ( dc, ch1, dc ) into same stitch or space
2dc- V stitch: ( 2dc, ch1, 2dc ) into same stitch or space
3dc- V stitch: ( 3dc, ch1, 3dc ) into same stitch or space
Skill level: Easy
Gauge: 9 double crochet stitches x 5 rows = approximately 2 inches ( with materials indicated )
Body part: working in round
Start with color A yarn.
R1: Ch 88, sl into 1st ch to form round, 88 dc around, sl into the first stitch to join.
R2: Change to color B yarn, 88 dc around, sl into the first stitch to join.
R3: Change to color A yarn, 88 dc around, sl into the first stitch to join.
Repeat ( R2 and R3 ) x 5 more times until you reach R13.
R14: Work all stitches of this round in front-loops, with color A yarn, ( dc, skip 1 st, V stitch into next st, skip 1 st ) x 22 times around, sl into the first stitch to join.
R15: ( dc, skip 1 st, 2dc- V stitch into next ch1-space, skip 1 st ) x 22 times around, sl into the first stitch to join.
R16: ( dc, skip 2 sts, 2dc- V stitch into next ch1-space, skip 2 sts ) x 22 times around, sl into the first stitch to join.
R17: ( dc, skip 2 sts, 3dc- V stitch into next ch1-space, skip 2 sts ) x 22 times around, sl into the first stitch to join.
R18: ( dc, skip 3 sts, 3dc- V stitch into next ch1-space, skip 3 sts ) x 22 times around, sl into the first stitch to join.
R19: same as R18 ( fasten off, weave in ends )
Shoulder straps: ( make 2 ) With color A yarn
Back to R1 of the body part, make 88 sc around ( fasten off )
R1: from the last stitch of the previous round, skip 9 sts, insert hook and yarn into next st, make 9 sc across, turn.
R2: dc, skip 3 sts, 3dc- V stitch into next st, skip 3 sts, dc, turn.
R3: dc, skip 3 sts, 3dc- V stitch into next ch1-space, skip 3 sts, dc, turn.
R4 to R12: same as R3
R13: dc, skip 3 sts, ( 3dc, ch3, 3dc) into next ch1-space, skip 3 sts, dc, turn.
R14: ch1, 11 dc across ( fasten off )
Repeat R1 to R14 on the other side. ( fasten off, weave in ends )
Attach toggle buttons to the front side.
Roll your tulle, and cut along the edge ( one strip is about 2 to 3 inches wide, the length is your own choice ).
Using a hook and cow hitch knot, add tulle to the back loops of R14 of the body part ( from the wrong side ).
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Happy crocheting xD
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All of your designs are just truly amazing! I knit and crochet, slowly catching onto sewing. You have so many projects on here that I would love to make. They’re beautiful! You have a wonderful sense for design and fashion!
Thank you 🙂
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