Monday, June 10, 2013

Baby Dress


I crocheted this baby dress this weekend, just because. I wanted to crochet something, but I didn't want to start a big project.

This actually started because I fell in love with the yarn - I saw it over at Trish' blog here.  I asked her about the yarn and she said she didn't know the brand, she had picked it up at Wal-mart in the baby yarn section. I happened to find it at my local Wal-mart, it is Bernat Softee Baby and the color is called Pyjama Party.

I used a pattern I had used before, only a different variation on it. It is the Angel Wings Pinafore pattern by Maxine Gonser, but Suzetta at Susie's Stuff re-worked the pattern so that it is worked in the round. I really loved it, will definitely use it again. The pattern can be found here.


13 comments:

  1. What an adorable little dress. I'd love to have an adult version to wear as a top (over a tank top, of course). :)

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  2. That would be awesome Debi! Wish I was one of those who could re-do patterns, because I would love one too!

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  3. Awww that's adorable! :)

    Blessings always

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  4. I just saw that yarn at Michael's - such a cheerful colourway. Adorable dress!

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    1. Thank you Mrs. M. It was a great yarn to work with too.

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  5. So sweet and pretty yarn :))

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    1. It really is, and is so very soft :)

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  6. It's so pretty! I have this little pattern on my to do list, I will get to it one day. :)

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    1. Linda, you will love it. It does not take long to make either, once you get started you will breeze right through it!

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  7. Oh Sandy, this is soooo pretty! Thanks for the link. DIL's sister may be having a girl, just in time with this!! Have a great day. Blessings.

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  8. Glor, I think you will love this pattern. It looks good with solid yarn or variegated and works up so quickly. Enjoy :)

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