Baby Dresses Crochet for Babies and Kids

Pixie’s Pretty Pink Baby Dress Free Crochet Pattern

Pixie's Pretty Pink Baby Girl Dress Free Crochet Pattern
Pixie's Pretty Pink Baby Girl Dress Free Crochet Pattern
Photos: Pixie Heart Strings

This beautiful dress will perfectly go along with delicate babyfaces. You can make it plain or use multicolor stripes or borders if you want. You can also add colorful flowers and satin ribbon to finish it in the more eye-catching way. A pattern is foreseen for 18-24 months baby girl, but you can easily adjust the size to make it smaller or bigger. For more free designs every day follow us on Facebook. The Link to the pattern is below

Skills: Easy  Yarn: Lion Brand Baby Soft Yarn   Designer Pixie Heart Strings

Pixie's Pretty Pink Baby Girl Dress Free Crochet Pattern
Photos: Pixie Heart Strings

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Pixie’s Pretty Pink Baby Girl Dress – visit the free pattern site or download PDF here.


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4 comments

Jennifer Wyatt 28 April 2018 at 8:29 pm

On the Pixie’s Pretty in Pink Baby Dress, on the bodice row 8 to separate the front and back. If I do 6 ch 2 V stitches in the beginning then I end up with 8 3 Dc clusters at the end, is that the way it is meant to be or is it meant to be same amount?

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Marilyn Dietrich 18 May 2021 at 8:56 pm

I am having the same problem with Row 8 as Jennifer Wyatt (above) and will attempt to do 7 ch 2 V stitches on each side to make the count come out correctly (42). Is this correct?

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Betty 18 September 2021 at 11:04 am

I’m having the same problem have neither of you had a reply?

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Ros 10 April 2022 at 12:55 pm

I also have the same problem. I am thinking that the 2 extra clusters on the bodice are used to overlap for the buttons and button holes on the back of the dress. Has anyone tried this? Does it work out?

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