Wednesday, March 11, 2015

How to Crochet a Baby Girls Dress Tutorial

I love how babies look when they wear homemade dresses. I was inspired to make this dress when my daughter was a baby. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it. This pattern is one of my favorites! If you're a crocheter looking to make a Baby Girl's dress, this tutorial is for you! In this video, you'll learn how to crochet a simple, elegant dress perfect for your little princess.

This crochet Baby Girl's dress is easy to follow and fits the bill as one of the most important dresses you'll ever make. Once you've mastered this tutorial, you can crochet any dress your little heart desires!

dc=double crochet
sc=single crochet
sl st=slip stitch

H hook
Caron soft Pink and Cream yarn, 1 1/2 skeins of Pink and less than 1/2 of white or any 4 ply yarn would work, I found the soft yarn is nice, but can be heavy.
Ribbon, I used 1 inch thick ribbon

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Unknown said...

I saw this on Ravelry, and knew instantly that I have to make it for my great granddaughter due in May. And a 2nd one for another one due in July. I better get busy!

Regina said...

Love this pattern..I am going to make for my granddaughter who will arrive in June. Do you know how I should adjust the pattern if using baby sport yarn? Would I just need to go up a hook size?

amyscrochetpatterns said...

If you want to keep it the same size, I dont think the yarn will change the size too much, so I'd keep it the same.

Donna said...

Ruffle Row
So St into rnd 2 back loop in the back with the sl St . This part confuses me as to what I'm sl stitching into

Can you explain


amyscrochetpatterns said...

ok it means you made a round 2 of back loops, and you are going to sl st your yarn into those back loops you created to start the ruffles. Here is a video on how to do that from a ruffle skirt I made in the past:

Unknown said...

Thank you I love this!

amyscrochetpatterns said...


Missy said...

After Rows 7-9 on the line that begins For the other strap: Is the pattern missing the words TURN -4 DC? My straps are not the same length with the pattern as written.

amyscrochetpatterns said...
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amyscrochetpatterns said...

Rows 7-11: Ch 1, dc in the next 4, Turn -4 dc (Repeat 5 times) Fasten off (That creates one strap)
For the other strap: Slip stitch onto the other side of row 6, Ch 1, dc into the next 4 dc, Turn, Repeat rows 7-11 on this new strap, ch 1, dc in the next 4, Turn

Take both front and back of the dress and sew the straps together and the bottom of Rows 1 and 2 together, Leave the other rows open for the arm holes.

Projectredwolf said...

I would love to do this but would need to make it 6-9 months. do you have a pattern for that size? I am fairly new to crocheting however I was asked to make a dress for a christening and I absolutely love this. however our little princess is a chunky bug. if you could please email me that would be great. thank you

amyscrochetpatterns said...

I dont have a pattern for that size sorry

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