Dandelion Tunic Dress

Dandelion Tunic Dress


Dandelion Tunic Dress
Dandelion Tunic Dress

This simple tunic pattern was designed with speed and ease in mind. Somehow, even amid the usual chaos of life with a toddler, it practically flew off my hook. That’s why I named it the Dandelion Tunic- it seemed as if it popped up almost overnight! Considering how incredibly fast little ones grow at this age, that’s very important. I purposefully simplified the ribbing by using only front post stitches. I added a row of pretty little eyelets as well, to give the dress a hint of lightness. The improvised eyelets up top do double duty- they add a bit of breezy elegance, and help shape the yoke without using slower, bulkier decrease stitches. This dress will use just half a skein of Caron One Pound Yarn in the 4T size.

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size4T

Materials List

  • Caron One Pound Yarn
  • I/9 Crochet Hook

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This dress is so cute! I dont have any daughters but Ive saved it just in case I need a gift for a birthday. I think I will tweak it just a bit whenever I make one and use a much lighter weight yarn. Worsted weight on little ones just look too bulky. Your little daughter makes such a cute model for you. Thank you for this free pattern.

What a very cute dress. After reading the directions, I can truly say that it is a very easy pattern. The instructions are very well written and yes, even a beginner can follow this and make a lovely dress. I know a little lady who will look just adorable in this. Thank you!


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