Crochet A Baby/Toddler Dress | Bag O Day Crochet Tutorial 395 Subtitles Available in 21 Languages


hi everybody this is crystal today I’m
going to show you how to make it this dress here it is first size probably 12
to 24 months because I made it to fit my daughter that’s the only size I have
figured up at the moment I would imagine though if you wanted to make it a little
bigger or a little smaller you could adjust the needle size but I made mine for 12
to 24 months and I’m going to show you how to make that what you’re going to
need is move this out of the way here I used caron simply soft which is a
4-ply a medium-weight four ply 100% acrylic you don’t have to use this yarn
but any type of four ply yarn will work you just want to make it sure it’s a
little softer for the young little girl and color I use is bone and there
are 315 yards per skein and I used one whole one and then this much of another
so it’s probably going to take about 500 yards probably to finish this dress and
then I also this is purely optional you don’t have to do this I added some gold
ribbon and I got this at Walmart in the ribbon aisle the size that is
a quarter inch ribbon if you want to use it it’s the shiny gold or you get
whatever color you want and I also got this a little flower attachment at
Walmart too right above the ribbon in the ribbon aisle again that’s just
something if you want to add that you can you can use the ribbon rose or you
even have to use anything you can make a homemade flower that’s completely up to
you but that’s where that came from and you’re going to need a regular
thread and needle to sew that on and also a hook and eye closure for the back
or a button to hook the back together and then I also used I’m sorry the
cameras so shakey i’m holding it a size G which is a 4.25 millimeter crochet hook and
that’s what I use for my size here remember I made it for 12
24 months and I don’t have any other sizes available at the moment but don’t
forget to check the link below for the for the link to the written
pattern but let’s go ahead and get started on it ok and you want to start
off with the chain of 58 and once you get your chain of 58 done we’re going to
do one double crochet in the 4th stitch from the hook and we don’t count the one
that’s on our hook so 1 2 3 4 double crochet into that 4th stitch like that
and now we’re going to put one double crochet in the next 5 stitches so
there’s one two three four and five so we did a double crochet
in those five plus the one that we did in the fourth stitch and this chain
thing here is going to count this little chain at the end that’s going to count a
stitch so if you count now counting this chain thing you’ll have seven one two
three four five six seven now what we’re going to do is a chain of two one two
and now we’re going to put one double crochet into the next fourteen stitches
starting with the next one and next fourteen so there’s one two three four five six okay there’s 14 and now what I do
is chain two again one two and now I’m going to repeat that again so I’m going
to do double crochet into the next 14 stitches one two three four there’s 13 and 14 and again
I’m going to repeat it one more time so I’m going to chain two and now I’m going
to work with one double crochet into the next 14 stitches again one two three okay that’s 14 and again I’m going
to chain two and now you should have seven stitches left and you just want to
go ahead and double crochet in the last seven stitches so I did my change two
there and put one double crochet into the last seven so there’s one one two three four five six
and seven so you should have total of 56 stitches you got a seven here from the
beginning counting this chain here he count as a stitch then you chain two and
then you did 14 chain two 14 chain two 14 chain two and then seven so you
should have fifty six stitches now and that’s kinda starts the collar come
back together like that it’s going to be the square type color okay that’ll end
Row 1 Row two we’re going to chain three and that chain three is going to count
as a double crochet it’s going to count as our first level okay now what we want
to do is put one double crochet into the next six stitches so it’s actually one
double crochet in every stitch until you get to this chain two space we don’t
start in this very first one that chain three is taking that stitch so we’ll
start right here and double crochet into the next six one two three four five and six now you’ll be at that
chained to space and what you want to do in the chain two space is you want to
put two double crochets a chain two and two more double crochets so go right
into the space and do two doubles chain two and two more doubles and up and now we’re going to put one double
crochet into the next 14 stitches or until we get to our next chain two space so this is one double crochet in each of
them until we get to our next chain two space okay when you get to the next chain two
space we’re going to do the same thing we’re going to put two double crochets
on to a chain of two and two more double crochets all into that chain space and
now we’re going to work again put in one double crochet in every stitch until we
get to our next chain two space next chain two space I made it to it
we’re just going to do the same thing two double crochets chain two and two
more double crochets and again I’m just going to continue putting one double
crochet in every stitch until I get to my last chain two space per okay I’ve
made it to my last chain two space so it’s going to be two double crochets a
chain of two and two doubles into that last chain space and then we’re going to
go ahead and put one double crochet into the last seven stitches one two three four five six and this little chain thing remember
he counts as a stitch so just go ahead and do your last one in the top of it
just like that and that’ll end or Row two and you should have a total of 72
stitches now at the end of row two so for Row three we’re just going to go
ahead and chain three and turn our work and that chain three is counting as our
first double crochet and now we’re just going to put one double crochet in every
stitch and so we get up to our first chain space starting with not this very
very first stitch put this next one here and then we get two the chain to space
it’s going to be two double crochets that’s what we’re going to put in every
chain two space a chain of two and then two more double crochets like that and then it’s just one double
crochet in every stitch until you get your next chain two space there should
be 18 stitches now in between the chain two spaces so let’s count one to 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 yeah then when you get to the chain two
space you do your two double crochet chain two two double crochet one double
crochet in the next all these stitches until you get to your next chain two two
double crochet chain two two double crochet and you just repeat that all the
way until you get to your last chain two space two double crochet chain 2 2
double-crochet and two then I’ll meet you up right here at the last chain 2
space okay I’ve made it to my last chain 2 space here and we’re just going to go
ahead and do our two double crochets chain two two more double crochets into
that chain space and now we’re going to go ahead and put one
double crochet in each of the remaining stitches should be nine counting this
chain 3 don’t forget to go into that chain3
there at the top just go right into the top of it like that and now you should
have a total of 88 stitches to get all together now but instead of chaining
three and turnin we’re going to connect our work mouth so just kind of lay it
straight like this and bring it over and what we’re going to do now is we’re
going to slip stitch into the first chain three over here so you find your
chain 3 and slip stitch right into the top of it and that way that will close
the back of our work up and then we can just put like a hook and eye closure
back here or a little button to keep it shut like that so we’re going to start
row four by chaining three and turning our work so we’re going to chain three
and then we’re going to turn like that and we’re going to start by doing one
double crochet in every stitch until you get to the first chain two space so
chain three is right here so we’ll just start right here in this stitch like that and then when we’re right here
at our chain two space we’re just going to put two double crochets chain two and
two double crochets and then we’re just going to kind of repeat what we’ve been
doing one double crochet in every stitch until we get to our next chain two space
and then we do our two double crochet chain two two double crochet one double
crochet in every stitch till our next chain two space and just repeat that all
the way around until you get over here to your last chain two space and I’ll
meet you right over here okay I’ve made it to my last chain two space here and
I’m just going to put two double crochets and two and two more double
crochets and then I’m going to put one double
crochet in the remaining stitches and you should have 10 left one two three four five six seven eight and ten and then there’s that chain 3
here and we want to go ahead and slip stitch into that beginning chain three
and that will and around or row four so going up stitch into the top of that
chain three and now you should have a total of a hundred and four stitches at
the end of row one hundred four
stitches at the end of Row 4 so for Row 5 we’re just going to chain three and
turn our work again and we’re going to kind of just repeat what we did again
just one double crochet in every stitch until you get to your chain two space
and then you do your two double crochet chain two two double crochet one double
crochet in every stitch until you get to your next chain two space we’re going to
repeat that all the way around putting two double crochet chain two two double
crochet and each one of the chain two spaces until you get back around to your
starting point okay I made it to the end I did my last two double crochet chain
two two double crochet in the last chain two space and then I had thirteen
stitches left and I went ahead and double crochet in each of
those and now we’re going to end with the slip stitch into the top of our
beginning chain three and you should have a total of 120 stitches at the end
of Round five okay now we’re going to start the armholes so what I’m going to
do is chain three and turn my work this starts round six okay we’re going to go
ahead and work one double crochet into these next 15 stitches here there’s one two three four four five six seven eight nine ten twelve thirteen 14 and 15 now for the chain two space
we’re just going to work two double crochets into this first chain two space
this is two doubles and now we’re going to skip 30 stitches 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 and that should
bring you to your next chain 2 space so you skip all them stitches and just go
ahead into the next chain 2 space and do 2 double crochets into that chain 2
space so there’s 1 & 2 and that is our first
armhole now we’re going to go ahead and we’re going to put one double
crochet into the next 30 stitches here which would be across the front of the
dress just two double crochets in that chain 2 space nothing else and then we
just start and put one double crochet into the next 30 stitches or until you
get to your next to chain 2 space kay once you make to your next chain two
space you want to going to just put two double crochets into the chain two space
and again we’re going to skip 30 stitches so it’ll be all these stitches
until we get to our next chain two space now we’re going to do is just come on
over and we’re just going to put two double crochets skip all these stitches
and put two double crochets right through the chain two space and that is
going to make our second armhole like that and now we’re just going to finish
by putting one double crochet in these last stitches and you should have 14 stitches
remaining here at the end not counting those two in that chain to City so 14
from here there’s 14 okay you just wanna go ahead
and end it with a slip stitch into this first beginning chain three and now you
should have a total of 68 stitches and that is not counting these 30 that we
skipped for the arms oh that’s just counting right here like the bodice of
the dress and now we have the yoke done okay now we’re going to work on the
bodice so the big part of the dress and what we’re going to do is we’re going to
chain four and turn our work and this is the last time that we’re going to turn
our work so we no more turning our work now it’s working in rounds now now this
chain four is what we’re going to do is be working some v stitches now this
chain four counts as a double crochet plus a chain one so we’re going to go
right back into that same stitch and do another double crochet like that so
that’s kind of like a V stitch we did the chain three for the double a chain
one and then a double crochet so now we’re going to skip one stitch and we’re
goinna v stitch into the next and we’re going to put one double chain one
and one double and that’s our V stitch we’re going to skip one and V stitch
into the next so double crochet chain one and double crochet skip one stitch V
stitch into the next double crochet chain one and double crochet
skip one stitch V stitch into the next double crochet chain one double crochet
and we’re just going to repeat this all the way around skip one V stitch into
the next double chain 1 and double skip one and V stitch double chain 1 and
double skip 1 and V stitch double chain 1 and double skip 1 and V stitch double
chain 1 double skip 1 and V stitch and I’m going to repeat this all the way
around until we get back to the beginnings skip 1 V stitch skip 1 V
stitch all the way back to the beginning ok once you made it all the way around
you should have 34 V stitches now and you want to go ahead and end with a slip
stitch in the third chain of your beginning chain 4 like that and now
we’re going to kind of just do some more rows of V stitches so what
we’re going to do is slip stitch over into the next chain space into the first
chain space like that and we’re going to start by chaining four one two three
four and we’re going to go back into that chain space and work a double
crochet so that counts as our first V stitch now we’re going to jump over here
to the chain one space of our next V stitch and do a v-stitch so we’re going
to do a double crochet chain one and double crochet like that and then we’re
going to jump to the next V stitch and do another V stitch the chain space of
it we’re going to double crochet chain one and double crochet jump to our next
V stitch the chain one space of it into the V stitch and we’re just going to
repeat this all the way around we’re just working a V stitch in the chain one
space of the V stitch from the previous row and to the next one right through the
chain one space and v-stitch and we’re going to work this all the way around
until you get back to the beginning like that and when you get back to the
beginning you still should have 34 V stitches okay once you make it back
around and you have your 34 V stitches we’re going to again end with the slip
stitch into the third chain as a beginning chain 4 and then we’re going
to repeat that last row two more times so we’ll have a total of four rows of
these V stitches so remember we slip stitch over and then we start by
chaining four and go back into that same space into a double crochet and then we
just double crochet in every chain space or we V stitch in every chain space of
the V stitch from the previous row so we’re just keeping the V stitches lined
up so it’s really pretty easy and then we jump to the chain one space
of the next V stitch and V stitch in it and then the next one right here
V stitch in it and we’re going to repeat this all the way around and you
want to do it for two more rounds and you should have 34 V stitches at the end
of each round so when you get done here when I meet back up with you we’ll have
four rounds of the V stitches and there’ll be 34 V stitches
in each of the rounds so I’m going to finish this one and I’m going to do one
more round and then I’ll meet you back up with you and we’ll start doing double
V stitches okay once you got four rows of V stitches done one two three four you
just want to end it with the slip stitch into the third chain of the
beginning chain four now what we’re going to do I call them V stitches
don’t quote me on that I don’t know if it’s right but that’s what I always call
them so we’re going to slip stitch over into the first chain space just like
always and now we’re going to do a chain three and that chain three is going to
count as our first double crochet and then we’re going to work another double
crochet like that and now we’re going to chain two and then we’re going to do two
more double crochets into that same space so it’s just like a V stitch
except for we kind of doubled what we did down here so we’re going to jump
over to the next chain one space of the next V stitch and we’re going to do two
double crochets and then we’re going to chain two and
then we’re going to go back in the same space and do two more doubles and that’s
what I call a double V if that’s not right someone come correct me in the comments
I don’t I don’t know that’s what I’ve always learned it is ever since I was
little so I’m going to jump to the next one and I’m going to do another double V
stitch so I’m going to do two double crochets chain two and two more double
crochets like that now what this is going to do is going to
make the dress start to flare out a little bit so it’s not so straight all
the way down so we’ll jump to the next one we’ll do it again two doubles chain two and two more doubles so you
just want to repeat this doing a double V stitch in each one of the chain one
spaces from the V stitches from the previous round until you get back to the
beginning and when you get back you still should have 34 of V stitches
34 Double V stitches okay I’ve made it all the way around and now what I’m going to do
is this slip stitch into my beginning chain 3 and that will complete my row of Double V stitches and now I want to have a total of five rounds of Double V stitches so
I’m going to start every round now by slip stitchin two times to this chain
space here so slip stitch once and then slip stitch again until you get to that
chain space and then you start by chaining three and that counts as a
double crochet go back in do another double a chain two and two more doubles like that and then I’m going to jump to
my next double V stitch the chain space of it and do another double V
stitch so two double crochets chain two and two more doubles jump to the chain space of my next V
stitch and do a double V stitch so two doubles chain two and two doubles and
I’m going to repeat this all the way around and I’m going to do it for a
total of five rounds of the double V stitches so I’m working on my second
round of the doubles and I want a total of five so when I get the five rounds
Done of these double V stitches I’ll meet back up with you okay I got my five
rows of the double V stitch’s done so you should have a total of nine rows of
V stitches all together we got one two three four the single V stitches one two
three four five of the Double V stitches and you can probably guess what’s next we’re
going to do some triple V stitches so I went ahead and slip stitched into that
first the beginning chain three so we’re going to go ahead and slip stitch over
to the chain two space and then we’re going to chain three 1 2 3 and that’s
going to count as a double crochet I’m going to go back into that spot and do
two more doubles one two so counting that chain three there’s three double crochets there
im only going to do a chain two though one two and I’m gonna go back into
that same spot and I’m going to do three more double crochets so the triple V
stitch I’m doing now is three double crochets chain two and three more double
crochets like that and now we’re going to jump into the next space and we’re
going to do the triple V we’re going to do three doubles and then we’re going to chain two and do
three more doubles and that’s what we’re going to do in
every single one of these chain two spaces from a previous round so we jump
to the next one and we’ll do three doubles chain two and three more doubles like that so I’m going to work this
triple V stitch in every one of these spaces all the way around until I get
back to where I started and I still should be keeping 34 V stitches when I
get back around okay once you make it back around after that row of the triple
v stitches what you want to do is slip stitch into your beginning chain
three and now we’re just going to start every row from now on by slip stitches
three times over to the center of the first V stich that’s one two and three
and then we just start by chaining three and then we do two double crochets
because that chain three counts as a double crochet and then a chain two and
then three more double crochets like that and then we’re going to jump
to the next triple v stich from the previous row and do a triple V stitch in
the chain two space so it’s three doubles chain two and three more doubles
so we’re just going to keep repeating this row for as long as we want the
dress to be let me just go all the way around and then you just slip stitch and
start again for as long as you want the dress to be well i already
went ahead and did mine so I’m going to pull this all out here I did total of ten rows
of the triple V stitches now you can do it longer if you want but what we have
now is we got 4 original V stitch rows the singles one two three four and then
we did five of the double one two three four five for a total of nine and then I
did ten of the triple so we’ll have a total of 19 rows of V stitches total 19
and now what i’m gonna do is a row for
the 20th round starting from the V stitches but so 19 rows starting with the V stitches all the way down
that’s what we have thats not counting this york part here but what we’re going to do is start where we left off so now what I’m going
to do is slip stitch into my beginning chain three and then I’m going to slip
stitch three times to the middle of that V stitch one two and now I’m going to work a shell stitch in
the chain space so what I’m going to do is start with a chain three and that’s
going to act as a double crochet and I want to put seven double crochets
through this chain space counting this one so this would be number one two three four five six and seven and now I’m going to do a
single crochet through this space between the next two V stitches so now im
going to go right through that whole space not in any stitch just through the
space and single crochet like that now I’m going to jump to the next chain
space of the next V stitch and I’m going to work seven double crochets
through it so there’s one two three four five six and seven and then I’m going to
put a single crochet right here through the space between the next V stitches so
right through it and single crochet like that and I’m just going to do that all
the way around so I’m going to jump to the next chain space and I’m going to
work seven double crochets one two three four five six
seven and then single crochet in this space between and that’s what it starts to
look like so I’m going to continue this all the way around and when you get back
around you should have 34 of these shell stitches okay once you made it all the
way around and you did your last single crochet here in between these last two V
stitches just go ahead and with the slip stitch into your first chain 3 and I’ll
tie that off and hide that tail now we’re going to do something around the
sleeves which I already did just something simple around one sleeve just
added some shells so I’ll show you how you do that it’s really easy and both
sleeves are made exactly the same so you just we’re going to be working in
the 30 stitches that we skipped so you can start your yarn right back here like
this in this very first stitch see right here here’s the two that we
put in this chain two space from before starting on that first one I’m going to start by chaining one and
I’m going to go back into that same stitch and I’m going to single crochet I’m going to skip one stitch I’m going
to put five double crochets into the next not seven but five so skip one and
put five double crochets into the next stitch one two three four and five and
now I’m going to skip one stitch and single crochet into the next like that
and then I’m going to skip one stitch just skip this one and put five double
crochets into the next one two three four and five now I’m going to skip once
to put a single into the next and I’m going to repeat this until I get to the
other side of the sleeve if you want to leave the Sleeves
plain – that’s fine I think they look good plain – but I’m going to skip one
and put five double crochets into the next one two three four and five skip one and single
crochet into the next skip one and five doubles into the next so you want to do
that until you get to the other side okay I just did five double crochets in
there in that stitch so I’m going to skip one single crochet in the next and
then you’ll have one stitch left just go ahead and slip stitch right into it just
like that and then tie that off and then like I said you do both sleeves the same
I already did my other sleeve so I got that done okay now what I’m going to do
is I’m just I’m just going to go around the collar and clean it up a little bit
so you want your work to face you like this to where the backs facing you and
we’re going to start right up here kind of where this tail is we’re just going
to start in that first stitch and we’re going to start by chainin
one into that first stitch and now I’m going to go to the next stitch and
single crochet into the next one like that and then I’m going to put one
single crochet in every stitch here along a collar just to make it look a
little bit cleaner tryna hide that tail as I go so when you get to this space
right here just ignore that and just continue going putting one single
crochet in every stitch you don’t have to do anything special at those corners I’m going to go ahead and clip off that
first tail real quick because it’s probably annoying you trying to watch
what I’m doing and seeing that tail in the way okay now I’m just going to
continue putting one single crochet and in every stitch until I get back around to
the other side and this is just going to make the color look a little neater
again you could’ve did this in a different color the edging of it but I’m
just going to make mine all the same this time I usually always make my
dresses with like a white edging or something so I decided to do it all
solid this time and Here I am at one of them corner spaces just ignore it
continue putting you don’t have to do nothing special one single crochet in
every stitch and just continue this until you get back to the other side and
you can see that it cleans up the collar a lot nicer okay when you make it around to
the other side your last stitch is going to be like this little chain space from
the beginning what you want to do is a slip stitch into the top of it not a
single crochet but slip stitch right into the top of that last
chain space and then we can clip this yarn and tie it off now what I’m going
to do is I’m going to go through and hide all my tails and I’ll do that off
camera but that pretty much completes it other than we want to sew the hook and
eye closure on back with a regular thread and needle so I’m going to go
ahead and do that too I’m going to sew in my tails and sew in that hook and eye
closure if you don’t have one of those you can just use a little button or
something would probably work to you and then I’ll add my ribbon and stuff here in
just a second okay for the ribbon I’m going to add it on the last row of
double crochet that we did at the yoke so it’s one two three four five six row
six now you can make it where the bow is on the side or in the center I’m going
to make mine in the center so I’m just going to kind of eyeball it where the
center is and I’m going to start my yarn and that’s start my ribbon in that spot
and all I’m doing is going over and under every double crochet and it takes
a little time because sometimes I get the ribbon gets twisted but just like
this so over-and-under everyone show you what to do when you get over
here to the armhole see sometimes It gets twisted you gotta keep her from getting twisted i was using my crochet hook to pull it through but you can use
something else if you think it’s easier that’s probably why it gets twisted all the
time cuz i’m using the hook but when you get over here just going to go
through it like I can get it here pull it through and just jump right over to
the next stitch and we went just act like that gaps not even there we went over the last stitch so go under the next one so you just continue around the armhole
just act like there’s not even a gap there so kind of the squeeze there
together and I didn’t even do it right I’m going to go over that one like that so when you put your pull them together
it’s just like just like that so we’re going to continue around the armhole
like normal you dont have to do anything special for it I’m going to keep going
around until I get to the other side it might take me a little while you kind of keep
pulling your ribbon as you go okay once you make it all the way around all you
do is this tie your bow it’s like you normally would I’m not very good at tying bows
I’m actually really bad at so I’ll probably work with it a little
while off-camera but let’s tie a bow in it however big you want it to be and then
you can adjust how long you want your your ribbons to go and then
you just clip them up and you can curl them if you want i might curl mine- a little bit
with those scissors didn’t really curl that well that’s might not even be curlable anyways you just cut them however long you
want them to be probably just do mine about 3/4 of the way down the dress like that
like I said I’ll probably work with my bow a little bit and then I got these
things as I showed you in the beginning and I’m just going to use a regular
threaded needle and I’m going to sew it on up here in the corner and that is it
so I didn’t sew on my hook and eye closure yet I still have to do that but
that’s it that’s all there is to it once you get all that done remember you don’t
have to put this or this it’s just decoration but if you make this or
anything else I’d really like to see a picture of it
you could a post picture on my bag a day crochet Facebook page I’ll put
a link to that below in the description box and dont forget to check etsy for the
pattern for this and if you’re following me on Pinterest and Twitter and Instagram
I’ll put links to all that stuff below and until next time have a good day

80 thoughts on “Crochet A Baby/Toddler Dress | Bag O Day Crochet Tutorial 395 Subtitles Available in 21 Languages

  • such a lovely dress and cute little princess
    if I want to make this in cotton thread how much I chains are required for 3yr old plz reply

  • I just made this baby dress – same yarn different color – looks so beautiful… please make more dresses for babies!!

  • Yeah! I did it! I used a 5.5 hook and am now going to try a 6 lol! You are such an amazing teacher and so clear to follow and believe me I truly mean that because I can only do basic crochet, I look at a pattern and just cannot get my head round it plus I am also picking up the terms and names of different stitches. Whoop! Thank you so much xx

  • Thank you for this tutorial. I made the dress in white with a pink ribbon and crocheted small pink flower and it turned out GREAT. You'd an awesome teacher/ instructor.

  • I'm making it in ocean right for my cousins daughter she is three months. Mom says she is already in 9-12 months.

  • Thank you so much for this!! I have been scouring the internet for a Yoke style pattern exactly like this one!! Love your channel & videos. I have been crocheting for 30 years now. Much Love.

  • Made this but only for my 1 year old grandaughter๐Ÿ˜i want to make again the same but for 5 yrs old how many chains will i make..i will make the same yarn that i use

  • I tried to make it with a G hook, but it is turning out too small. I want to make it for 18 mths, I need to go up in size. I looked it up and chest size should be around 20, mine only measures 18. So, I think I have to go up a hook size.

  • Thank you for sharing your tutorials! Going to make for my granddaughter birthday coming soon in 19th of April she'll be turning 2yr old. ๐ŸŽ€๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • how I can buy some wool I am girl from Pakistan I always watching your videos I always watch you
    how I can get wool here do you sell it or recommending me something do you have email we contact

  • how I can buy some wool I am girl from Pakistan I always watching your videos I always watch you
    how I can get wool here do you sell it or recommending me something do you have email we contact

  • how I can buy some wool I am girl from Pakistan I always watching your videos I always watch you
    how I can get wool here do you sell it or recommending me something do you have email we contact

  • I just finished making my dress for my granddaughterโ€™s 1st birthday! It was the first one I have ever made and I bought the pattern so I could follow along with that too as I have difficulty understanding them. Your video with it was so awesome and helpful my mom and husband are amazed at how beautiful it turned out. Iโ€™m hooked! Everyone is getting dresses! THANK YOU!!!!! ๐ŸŒผ

  • You say it can be made as long or as short as I want. What is the shortest length that I should go? I'm working with spare yarn so I don't have a lot to work with. I'm as far as the 5th row of 3 double chain 2 and 3 double crochet. Is this a okay length to stop at for this 12 to 24 month dress?

  • Hi thanks for a beautiful video. I just finished making this dress in orange color with a white lace border.

  • Helloo. Wud love to do tis dress for my daughters who r 2 yr old.bt my chain size is small and am using 4mm hook..so when I use 58 chains I can get only front neck design..how many basic chains can I put for front and back as yu hav done so tat I can do properly.. please help me

  • Omg Crystal this is like the easiest dress tutorial I have ever watched. Thanks. FYI you can call the stitches anything you want. You are the designer we just watch and follow the instructions. Have a blessed day

  • Hey Crystal just wanted to let you know that I finished this dress. Don't want to tap myself on the back but it came out super beautiful. Thank you for the pattern

  • Hello, made this dress for my grand daughter and she was finally able to wear it, all i can say is i love it. Not sure how to add a picture of her in the dress but would love to share it.

  • ุฌู…ูŠู„ุฉ ุฌุฏุง ุฃุทู„ุจ ุงู„ุชุฑุฌู…ุฉ ุจุงู„ุนุฑุจูŠุฉ ุฃูˆ ุจุงู„ูุฑู†ุณูŠุฉ ุงุฑุฌูˆูƒูŠ

  • I just had a baby and I decided to make this way early so I can make sure it will be done by the time she fits it. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ thanks for the video crystal. as always another great one. ๐Ÿ˜

  • I made this dress for my granddaughter who just turned 2 in November. I followed your instructions,except I used a baby mandala in the colorway neverland and I used a size 3.5 mmm hook

  • Crystal, l just finished making two of these beautiful dresses, I have twin grand daughters that just turned one in December canโ€™t wait to see them ware these. I love and look for your videos when I start a new project. Getting ready to start on another one of youโ€™re dresses just need to decide which one lol theyโ€™re all wonderful. Thank you!

  • Hi Crystal! I love the tutorial you make everything seems so easy if you are the one showing us. Thank you so much for your time. I have been suscribed to your channel for some time and had clicked on the bell to get your notification and now it's off and don't let me click it on again. Will love to get the notification on again, best wishes for you.

  • I canโ€™t believe I watched a crochet video for an hour last night! Very well done. Before I watched it, I was afraid this pattern would be too complicated. I tend to get hung up getting my stitch count and turns right, but watching your video I realized I can totally do it. I bought the pattern on Etsy, but I was perplexed by the count just in the first row, as usual. But after watching that part of the video, referring back to the instructions, and adding and subtracting the numbers in my calculator app, I think I finally understand the math of the foundation chain, turn and first row. Now I am confident I can follow the written instructions and move the video along as I go to make sure Iโ€™m doing it correctly. Thank you so much! I am tired of tearing things out over and over and to make them come out right. This will make it much more fun!

  • I Have to make this for my Great Niece, Quinn. She is only 8 months however she can grow into it. I'm following your pattern and the same color exactly. Don't know about the flower but the Ribbon, Yes. I watched this video the entire way through. I thought it was going to be hard. I can do this with no problem. Thank you Crystal for this video. This is my favorite little dress and I know her parents will Love it as I Do.

  • Hi crystal, just finished this one and it looks great, did it in green with sunflower yellow trim. I found this tutorial so easy to follow, thank you for all your creations. Sue uk

  • I know this fit your daughter 12-24months should I use an h hook for 2t? I know itโ€™s that in between 24 vs 2t ๐Ÿค”

  • Hi Crystal, I just made this dress for my 18 month old daughter and it's so gorgeous. I left the arms simple. I didn't have 4.25mm hook so I used 4.5mm and teqouise color yarn. It turned out great. Thank you so much for this beautiful tutorial ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

  • I have made a dress exactly like yours but it is not becoming like you made….I want to make for a one year baby

  • I have followed you from one of my favorites….The Sailor dress. I know have a new favorite.It is easy, and turns out beautifully. I Almost feel like a pro!

  • Love this dress!! I'm on my second one. Never thought I could make something like this. But I did thanks to you. You are awesome!! Made other tutorials with you also!! Thank you!!

  • Mam, how many chains in starting for 1.5 – 2 years old baby girl, very beautiful dress, thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

  • Crystal I have to tell you, I just finished this dress for my 19mo and it is the most darling dress! I've been crocheting for years but this is the first item of clothing I've started and completed! Feeling a little proud of myself lol thank you for the beautiful pattern and tutorial! You're awesome! ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜Ž

  • How stunning Evelyn Rose is in this gorgeous dress. You do such pretty work Crystal. So glad I found you.

  • I have made this dress several times. I would like to try other patterns but none are as nice as this one. I particularly like the way that the fullness in the skirt happens gradually so gathering is not all
    l bunched up at waist level so is well suited to an older child.

  • I just got a brain storm of an idea of using this pattern to make this for a Little girls Halloween Costume… I can't wait to get started… but i have 3 WIP now LOL LOL

  • Hi Crystal! Such a pretty dress! Or course your little model is sooo cute! How long is the dress from the neckline to the bottom? Thank you for another beautiful crochet project! Youโ€™re awesome!

  • Adorable pattern and easy to follow tutorial. Can't figure out why so many people put thumbs down on this cute dress. Can't win them all I suppose. Thanks for your beautiful work, Crystal.

  • I just made this dress in pink. I made it shorter and looser for a baby that wears about 12 months. It came out beautifully. Your tutorials are the only ones that I can follow and the project turns out correctly. Theyโ€™re the best for me since I canโ€™t read patterns. I learn best by watching and your videos are THE BEST! As soon as I get the ribbon in and the closure Iโ€™ll post to Facebook for you. Thank you SO MUCH for enabling me to get back into crocheting. I do love it and now I can make more than just blankets.๐Ÿค—๐ŸŽ‰

  • Just finishing this dress up , will soon to be posted (hopefully) you will see why !!!! I wanted this dress so I adjusted it !

  • For the beginning chain what multiples does it need to be? I'd like to try to make this in a smaller size, thank you so much for a great tutorial once again Crystal ๐Ÿ˜€

  • I used this pattern for my grandbaby's dedication dress. I used a 3 ply, and i think I used the G hook. This made a newborn size. She's two now and can't remember for sure but might have used an F hook. It turned out beautifully.

  • Very pretty !!๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’• You make this look so easy!! Iโ€™m going to make one!!! My very first baby dress!! Thank you!

  • This is the best little dress I've ever made. Can you please tell me what number of starting chains for a newborn size? Thanks for your awesome videos๐Ÿค—

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *