Saturday, March 25, 2017

How to crochet a dress for a doll

How to crochet a dress for a doll
I suggest you crochet a dress for a doll today.

This dress crocheting very quickly and simply, but it looks rather impressive. In size fit for a small doll or a pupa about the size of about 12cm. For a pupa, yo-yo is also suitable.

This dress is crocheted with the same yarn as the doll and the same hook number. Specifically: I used the Alize "Baby wool" yarn and hook # 2.

You, of course, use that yarn and the number of the hook that suits you. I indicated the type of yarn and the size of the hook in order to make it easier for you to orient with the size of the dress for the doll.

And now, in fact, the description of crocheting:
The dress iscrocheted with Double Crochet (dc.).

1 row: to crochet 38 Chain stitch (ch). Beginning with 9 loops from the hook crochet (4dc., increase (inc.)) * 6 = 36
(A loop of 8in at the beginning of the row serves as a loop for the button)

2 row: 3 ch.,turn crocheting, (2dc., 1ch.) * To repeat to the end of the row = 36

3 row: 3 ch., turn crocheting, (2dc., 2ch.) * 3, 6ch. (skip the 6 dc. from the previous rows), (2dc, 2ch) * 6, 6ch. (skip the 6 dc. from the previous rows), (2dc, 2ch) * 3 = 24
 
4 row: 3 ch., turn crocheting, (1dc, 1 inc.) * repeat to the end of the row = 60. (In this row, crochet all the loops of the previous row, including the chain stitch between the Double crochet)

Close the crocheting in the ring and then crochet in a circle.

5-6 rnds: 60dc.

7th rnd: (with a contrasting thread) (2 Single crochet, picot of 3ch.) * Repeat to the end of the round.

Secure and cut the thread.

The upper edge of the dress is tied with a contrasting thread "step by step".

Decorate the dress to your taste, sew a button. Between the Double Crochet of the third row, stretch the satin ribbon and tie the dress with a bow.

That's the whole job! I hope you did it all in the best possible way.

I wish you pleasant knitting and thank you for reposting this record (the buttons are right under this post).

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