Little Puppy Blue Dress

Little Puppy Blue Dress
Little Puppy Blue Dress

"Adorable Puppy dress using C2C crochet. Materials Yarn; Alize Diva silk effect, 100% microfiber acrylic, 100 g. / 350 mt. (3.5 0z. /383 yds), one skein of colors; cornflower 132, cream 01. Few meters of red 106, grey 355, and black 60. Hook size 3 mm. 2 buttons 1.5 cm diameter (2 cm for 6 year size) Tapestry needle Stitch marker Cornflower and white poplin cloth, 112 cm (44”) wide, 74 cm (78 cm, 84 cm) long. Sewing threads of matching colors. Sizes: 4, 5 and 6 years Chest: 60 cm (23.5”), 62 cm (24.4”), 64 cm (25.25”) Dress length: 54 cm (21.25”), 60 cm (23.5”), 66 cm (26”) (All dimensions are approx.)"


Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size4, 5 and 6 years old

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I really like this idea because you could change the pattern and fabric out to make anything you wanted. There are a million c2c graphs that could be used. Thank you for sharing this adorable pattern and giving me another good idea. I love working c2c,anyway, because it is fun to watch the design show up.

This is just what I was looking for. I am like the previous poster. I don't want the dress but I do want the pattern. Mine will be made into a hand bag for a friend who raises dogs. It will be perfect. A white pup on one side and a black one on the other. Thank you for sharing this.

We used to raise Scotties, so this adorable Westie immediately caught my eye! I wont be making the dress, but I will absolutely be making the puppy square. I have an idea about not only working these up as Scotties, but flipping the entire chart to make them face the other way. Id love to make it up as an afghan, with plaid stripes between the squares themselves.

This is kinda cute. In my opinion, the dress would look better if it were entirely crochet instead of combining material with crochet which will require a sewing machine and the knowledge of how to sew. The puppy graph is easy to follow and this could also be used on pot holders or dish cloths.


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