Crochet Dress Pattern For Birthday Girl - Step By step Free



This pattern I bring today is special, was produced by a design for an important day and I decided to share with you because I really found the beautiful model, very cute and colorful is a very expensive model of birthday even, this children's dress all worked in crochet will leave any child a grace.

I started making a model to gift, I believe it takes about 15 days to finish the same, I considered the intermediate points, more after you learn goes with the same from start to finish, the difficulty I feel in riding is by was only in joining the sleeves and the other details, more that is a very versatile piece.




The point taught in the tutorial is yummy to be working, so it was super worth investing my time and is producing the same, the cool of this model is that opened me opportunities for others, I'm already thinking of making a coat for my goddaughter with the same point taught.


Girls crocheters who are starting now, I want to share some important tips with you, because I see that just like me at first many people have difficulty starting and finishing the tutorials, this is very bad!

Because we ended up starting and not finishing things, I recommend you take tutorial by tutorial and go from start to finish, just go produce another piece when you complete what you are doing, this will motivate you to continue producing.

What's tiring about crochet is when we can't, so since it's started to go all the way.




Another important thing That I would like to point out is that at first we really felt difficult to handle the needle, this with time passes since you take the tutorials and practice.

Only practice will lead you to perfection, it will not be at the first moment that it will be perfect, more with time this be made very possible. So get your hands dirty is go in search of yours.

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I started like this, looking tutoring, recreating pieces of people I considered referencing and practicing, that in crochet is hopeless, you will need to put your hand in the dough and start producing, this way you will be able to learn and grow in the business.

The step-by-step written with all the details from zero to the end is ideal for those starting out, just follow below.

Eloise Girls Sweater

US – J, 6.00 mm hook

728 – 1108 total yds Worsted Weight Yarn (Lion Brand Wool-Ease Worsted shown)

Color A:  552 – 788 yds (Oxford Grey shown)

Color B:  45 – 80 yds (Cranberry shown)

Color C:  45 – 80 yds (Paprika shown)

Color D:  45 – 80 yds (Avocado shown)

Color E:  45 – 80 yds (Blue Heather shown)

3+ Buttons – 7/8″ (22mm)

Gauge: 9 sts x 5 rows = 3″ in dc

Sizes in the pattern are written as S 4/6(M 8/10, L 12/14) – when only one number is shown it applies to all sizes.

Definitions and Tutorials: FDC – Foundation Double Crochet; CSDC – Chainless Starting DC; BLO – Back Loop Only; WS – wrong side; RS – right side; seamless join




Klik hier voor de Nederlandse vertaling door Elke Willens van Het Haakbeest (PDF)

Starting with the skirt, which is worked sideways. (Note: Larger sizes may wish to work the dc sts in Color A as linked dc rather than regular dc – this will help make the skirt more sturdy and deal with the weight better)

Row 1: With Color A, FDC 43(53, 63). Turn. (43(53, 63) sts)

Row 2: CSDC, dc in the next 42(52, 62) sts. Turn. Remove the hook from the loop (place st marker in loop if desired so it doesn’t pull back through). (43(53, 63) sts)

Row 3: With Color B, join to BLO of 6th st of previous row with a sl st. Working in BLO, sl st in the same st and next 2 sts, sc in the next 11(15, 18) sts, hdc in the next 12(15, 18) sts, dc in the last 12(15, 19) sts. Turn. (38(48, 58) sts)

Row 4: CSDC, dc in the next 11(14, 18)sts, hdc in the next 12(15, 18) sts, sc in the next 11(15, 18) sts, sl st in the next 2 sts (first sl st of previous row remains unworked). Break yarn B. Turn. (37(47, 57) sts)

Row 5: Pick up loop of A from Row 2, CSDC, dc in the BLO of next and each st to end. Turn. (43(53, 63) sts)

Row 6: CSDC, dc in the next 42(52, 62) sts. Turn. Remove the hook from the loop. (43(53, 63) sts)

Row 7: With Color C, join to BLO of 6th st of previous row with a sl st. Working in BLO, sl st in the same st and next 2 sts, sc in the next 11(15, 18) sts, hdc in the next 12(15, 18) sts, dc in the last 12(15, 19) sts. Turn. (38(48, 58) sts)

Row 8: CSDC, dc in the next 11(14, 18)sts, hdc in the next 12(15, 18) sts, sc in the next 11(15, 18) sts, sl st in the next 2 sts (first sl st of previous row remains unworked). Break yarn C. Turn. (37(47, 57) sts)

Row 9: Pick up loop of A from Row 6, CSDC, dc in the BLO of next and each st to end. Turn. (43(53, 63) sts)

Row 10: CSDC, dc in the next 42(52, 62) sts. Turn. Remove the hook from the loop. (43(53, 63) sts)

Rows 11 – 82(90, 102): Repeat Rows 7 – 10, alternating between colors B through E for the Row 7-8 repeats. Do not break Color A.

NOTE: For size 4/6 there will be 20 color B – E inset/stripes, for size 8/10 there will be 22 insets, and for size 12/14 there will be 25 color insets.

Moving to the waist: turn the skirt 90° so that you are crocheting across the all-Color A, or shorter edge of the skirt – this side becomes the top of the skirt. The WS is facing you.

Row 1: Continuing with Color A, ch 1, sc 92(100, 112) evenly across. Turn. 92(100, 112) sts)

Rows 2 – 3(5, 7): CSDC, dc in the next 91(99, 111) sts across. Turn. 92(100, 112) sts)

Now, make the yoke or armpits/shoulders: (Row count starts over here)

Row 1: CSDC, dc in the next 25(27, 30) sts,  ch 26(29, 34), skip 7(8, 9) sts, dc in the next 36(39, 44) sts,  ch 26(29, 34), skip 7(8, 9) sts, dc in the last 16(17, 19) sts. Turn. (78 dc and 52 ch (84 dc and 58 ch, 94 dc and 68 ch))

Row 2: CSDC, dc in the next 13(14, 16) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 24(27, 32) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 32(35, 40) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 24(27, 32) sts, dc3tog, dc in the last 24(26, 29) sts. Turn. (122(134, 154)

Row 3: CSDC, dc in the next 22(24, 27) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 22(25, 30) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 30(33, 38) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 22(25, 30) sts, dc3tog, dc in the last 13(14, 16) sts. Turn. (114(126, 146) sts)




Row 4: CSDC, dc in the next 11(12, 14) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 20(23, 28) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 28(31, 36) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 20(23, 28) sts, dc3tog, dc in the last 22(24, 27) sts. Turn. (106(118, 138 sts)

Row 5: CSDC, dc in the next 20(22, 25) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 18(21, 26) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 26(29, 34) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 18(21, 26) sts, dc3tog, dc in the last 11(12, 14) sts. Turn. (98(110, 130 sts)

Row 6: CSDC, dc in the next 9(10, 12) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 16(19, 24) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 24(27, 32) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 16(19, 24) sts, dc3tog, dc in the last 20(22, 25) sts. Turn. (90(102, 122 sts)

Row 7: CSDC, dc in the next 18(20, 23) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 14(17, 22) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 22(25, 30) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 14(17, 22) sts, dc3tog, dc in the last 9(10, 12) sts. Turn. (82(94, 114 sts)

Row 8: CSDC, dc in the next 7(8, 10) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 12(15, 20) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 20(23, 28) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 12(15, 20) sts, dc3tog, dc in the last 18(20, 23) sts. Turn. (74(86, 106 sts) Size 4/6: Break yarn. Go to Contrast Row Instructions below. Other sizes continue with Row 9.

Row 9 (Sizes 8/10 and 12/14 ONLY): CSDC, dc in the next X(18, 21) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next X(13, 18) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next X(21, 26) sts, dc3tog, dc in the next X(13, 18) sts, dc3tog, dc in the last X(8, 10) sts. Turn. (X(78, 98 sts) Size 8/10: Break yarn. Go to Contrast Row Instructions below. Size 12/14 continue with Row 10 – 11.

Row 10 (Size 12/14 ONLY): CSDC, dc in the next 8 sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 16 sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 24 sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 16 sts, dc3tog, dc in the last 21 sts. Turn. (90 sts)

Row 11: (Size 12/14 ONLY): CSDC, dc in the next 19 sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 14 sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 22 sts, dc3tog, dc in the next 14 sts, dc3tog, dc in the last 8 sts. Break yarn. (82 sts)

Contrast Row Instructions:

Row 9(10, 12): With Color C (or accent color of your choice), join with sl st to 1st st of previous row on the RS of the sweater (may be first or last st made in previous row). Ch1, sc in the first 17(7, 7) sts, sc3tog, sc in the next 10(11, 14) sts, sc3tog, sc in the next 18(19, 22) sts, sc3tog, sc in the next 10(11, 14) sts, sc3tog, sc in the last 7(18, 19) sts. Break yarn. (66(70, 80) sts)

Make the sleeves: Sleeves are crocheted right onto the yoke. Though they are crocheted in the round, after the join at the end of each round, you’ll turn – so that even numbered rows will be worked from the “inside” of the sleeve.

Round 1: With sweater RS out, use Color A and CSDC to join to center of armpit. Dc 35(39, 45) sts evenly around armhole. Join to 1st st with sl st. Turn. (35(39, 45) sts)

Round 2: Ch 2, dc2tog, dc in each remaining st around. Join to 1st st with sl st. Turn. (34(38, 44) sts)

Round 3: Ch 2, dc in each st around. Join to 1st st with sl st. Turn. (34(38, 44) sts)

Rounds 4 – 20(23, 27): Repeat Rounds 2 – 3, decreasing by 1 st on each even numbered row, so that and the end of Round 20(23, 27) you’ll have 25(28, 32) sts. After last row, break yarn and seamless join to 2nd st of the round.

Cuff Instructions: To be added to the end of each sleeve, all sizes.

Round 1: With Color B, from RS of sleeve, join to BLO of joining st of previous row with a sl st. Ch 1, sc in BLO of each st around. (25(28, 32) Break yarn, seamless oin in 2nd st of the round. (25(28, 32) sts)

Round 2: With Color C, repeat previous round. (25(28, 32) sts)

Round 3: With Color D, repeat previous round. (25(28, 32) sts)

Round 4: With Color E, repeat previous round. (25(28, 32) sts) Weave in ends.

Edge the front opening and neckline.

With Color A, join to RS front opening at the bottom of the skirt with a sl st. Sc evenly up the side, sc in BLO around the neck opening, and sc down the other side, leaving the bottom of the skirt un-edged.



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