Tulip Chevrons Crochet Baby Dress

Tulip Chevrons Crochet Baby Dress

Tulip Chevrons Baby Dress
Tulip Chevrons Crochet Baby Dress
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"Everyone loves chevrons, and this beautiful dress is made completely of lacy chevrons, perfect for the warmer months. The dress is completely seamless so there is no extra finishing."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size12 months

Materials List

  • Cascade 220 Fingering yarn
  • hook size: E-4 (3.5mm)
  • Needle (for weaving ends)

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What a beautiful spring or summer dress for baby. I like that the designer included a lot of note about the measurement and blocking. I even like the other dress in yellow even more.

This skill level is showing as intermediate so I am a little afraid to give this a go. However, every once in a while I need a challenge. If you have not, visit the designer website and see her other chevron creations!

What a cute little dress. Any little girl would look great in it. The chevron stitch is one of the easiest and prettiest stitch to use. I have used it on afghans and table clothes but never a dress. I can't wait to make it for my friends new grand daughter!

This tulip crochet baby dress is so cute. You could actually make this into a top with no problem at all by just not doing as many rows. Older kids are so active that I think a little top worn over some shorts or jeans would make this a perfect school day outfit. I found it a little humorous that the flower embellishment chosen for this was a sunflower instead of a tulip since this is called a Tulip dress.

I absolutely adore this Tulip Chevron Baby Dress pattern. The use of different yarn weights and hook sizes make it easily adaptable to different sizes and uses. I am going to size it up for a toddler top, and include the little straps for an off the shoulder look as shown in the picture. The pattern is easy to follow so I don't anticipate any problems.

This adorable dress is going to look even more adorable on my newest great granddaughter. The Tulip Chevrons Pattern is so easy to follow and I chose yellow with a white slip under it. I can't wait to finish it. Thank you for all the free patterns. I love crocheting. #bestideaever.

I love this Tulip Chevrons Crochet Baby Dress! After reading the pattern and all of Kim's notes I know it will work out great! I have 4 small Granddaughters I'll be making this for. The pattern is reads nicely and I'm glad she states to wet block the dress. I always wet block my projects that I make to give as gifts to make sure it looks right and the shape is right. Thank you for another of Kim's free patterns.

love he tulip chevron baby dress. i need to find a baby to make it for

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