Dresses

Crochet Dress Evening or Prom? Stlish Crochet Dresses 2019

Ferris Smock Pattern

Bueller?! This color blocked smock is inspired by totally eventful days off. Take the day off to create one for yourself!
Worked flat, bottom up in 2 contrasting colors – lending for a totally rad view, no matter the angle.
Worked flat in 4 panels (2 front, 2 back) and then seamed together.
Textile is reversible so no right or wrong side. Front/Back panels are worked the same then mirrored before seaming.

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Dress “Fiona” Pattern


There is brief information about crocheting step by step and putting together clothes. You must know some basic crochet skills, be able to read schemes, calculate the required number of stitches according to the example, make more and minus points.

The tutorial for crocheting a “Fiona” dress includes:

the list of materials, abbreviations, charts, and some explanations that help clarify some of the tricky moments when reading the charts.
more than 19 pictures of the crochet motifs and their layout on the mannequin.
a description of the fitting process of the clothing, explanation and advice.

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Mystery Hunter Dress Pattern


Keep warm and look gorgeous while capturing ghosts and ghosts that all turn out to be old white men in disguise!
This pattern requires:
6 mm hook
1050m / 500g DK yarn in purple
210m / 100g DK weight yarn in lilac
Yarn needle
Stitch markers
Scissors

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Seascape Scallop Dress Pattern


Looking for a crochet summer dress pattern? The Seascape Dress is a simple top-down crochet pattern with a step-by-step video tutorial.

With a slightly flared bodice and a scalloped edge, this simple crochet dress is effortlessly summer chic! Made with WeCrochet’s Simply Organic Sport, the Seascape Dress has many options. You can crochet tie straps (as shown), have straight straps, have a plain v-neck, crochet scalloped edging or add a rope strap! You can really adapt this dress to your style: something_smiling_face:

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Brioche Dress Pattern


This dress was designed from my fascination with the endless possibilities of using the very beautiful increases and decreases in brioche knitting. Not only to shape and create the great fit of this dress, but also to completely define the design.

I have not had the opportunity to test this pattern in the two larger sizes, which is one of the reasons why I decided to make this pattern available for free. I would therefore appreciate it if you could come back with some feedback, corrections, mistakes in the pattern, etc. if you choose to knit this dress. Thanks in advance.

Pattern is a knee length dress, but because it is knitted top to bottom, it is very easy to turn your work into a top or a shorter dress if desired. Just stop knitting when you think the length is enough.

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