Chip the Teacup Baby Dress
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Chip the Teacup Baby Dress

Chip the Teacup Baby Dress
Chip the Teacup Baby Dress

"♥ Materials Crochet hook: 5 mm/H-8 150-200 grams/ 2 scones yarn I used Nako Elit baby / blue, pink, white, purple, gold Tapestry Needle\ Sewing Needle Markers Scissors Measuring tape/ or try it on while working. ♥ Sizes Size 1: 0-4 months Size 2: 4-8 months Size 3: 8-12 months ♥ Level Beginner to Intermediate. ♥ Stitches used st(s) – stitch(es) sls – slip stitch ch(s) – chain (s) sc(s) – single crochet(s) dc(s)- double crochet(s) dc2tc(s) - double crochet 2 together dc3tc(s) - double crochet 3 together"

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge16 stitches + 10 rows of dcs = 10 cm X 10 cm

Finished SizeSize 1: 0-4 months Size 2: 4-8 months Size 3: 8-12 months

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I am not a Walt Disney person, so you may be surprised to learn that I am loving this dress! And I don't even have a little girl. I am going to Mexico with my family this Christmas to visit in-laws, and there is the cutest little girl niece named Loretta who would look adorable in this dress! The best part is that the family is totally into Disney. So now I have a dress I can give as a Christmas gift. Thanks for the new pattern!

Babies can have so much cute stuff that you will never finish making stuff. From booties to hats and then the blankets and clothes. Of course there are a lot of incidentals also like toys and lovies. This little chip the teacup baby dress is one that will go to the head of the class.

Chip the teacup as a baby dress! I just love this. If you are a fan of Beauty and the Beast you will certainly appreciate this free baby crochet pattern. At this time, I do not have a need for baby apparel but I am going to save this for if needed in the future.

I love to make baby clothes. I think one of the reasons is that you can make them up so quickly. I have made them in two days whereas other projects can drag out for weeks. I also have many friends with grand babies that I can give them too.This one is on my to do list now.

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