Little Girl Vintage Dress Free Crochet Pattern

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This is a lovely pattern for a vintage dress. The pattern is meant for a girl of 6-7 years, but you can easily adjust it for a bigger or smaller size. The pattern is so unique and beautiful that you can be sure that no matter what colors you choose,  your little girl will be looks like a princess. Please see 3 different hues set I picked out to show you the amazing diversity of this pattern.

Skills: Easy to Intermediate    Designer: Annoo Crochet

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Vintage Dress for Little Girl Free Crochet Pattern


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    1. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by its name and click on it. (Optionally, it may said „the free crochet pattern is >here<").

  1. Stephanie Kamal says:

    This keeps going in a circle…to the same pages. still no pattern.

    1. Hi Stephanie, at the end of the post please find the sentence “Visit the free pattern site”.

  2. Sarah Powell says:

    Love love love this dress. So I have a question. Do I dc in every chain space triple dc in every chain in row 3? And do I put double the put the 2sc in one space or separate spaces from the previous row.

  3. Wendy Coyle says:

    Directions are confusing.
    On top sc row some rows dies not say to chain. Yet next row says to DC in ch.
    Noticed in picture of the skirt has more (I’ll call them flowers) as you go down.
    Yet nothing in directions about increasing.

  4. Wendy Coyle says:

    Have to retract saying “nothing in directions about increasing”
    I was following the diagram.
    Decided to start skirt over, following the directions, it does increase the flowers and skirt flares out.

    1. A link to the pattern is at the end of the post.

  5. what yarn did you use in the first picture?

  6. hello, what yarn did you use for the dress in the first picture?

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