Toddler Dress Pattern

This is a simple toddler dress pattern for the little Shelly/Kelly sized doll. It should fit most 3-1/2″ to 4″ dolls, and it is very easy to add length if needed.

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Supplies:

– Size 10 Crochet Thread (I used unmarked thrift store yarn for this, but I am moderately sure it is size 10)
– Size 6 (1.80 mm) Crochet Hook
– Finishing Needle

Here are a few notes before you begin:
– I did this in the round, but you can join at the end of each row if you choose. I found that doing it in the round creates a smoother finish.
– This pattern can be modified for length – you can easily add rows or subtract them as you see fit.

Abbreviations:
Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Slip – Slip Stitch
Increase – Multiple stitches into a single stitch of the previous row
Foundation Single Crochet – a technique where you create a chain and a single crochet in one pass; here is a link to a great video tutorial by Crochet Ever After on how to do it.

– Dress –

Row 1: Ch 25, join with first stitch, ch 1, sc 25 (25 stitches)

Rows 2-8: sc 25 (25 stitches)

Row 9: 2 sc into each stitch (50 stitches)

Rows 10-20: sc 50 (50 stitches)

Row 21: Skip one stitch, DC 6 times into one stitch, Skip one stitch, slip into the next stitch.
Repeat this pattern for a total of 12 scallops on the bottom edge of the dress. Cast off.
**DO NOT chain two before doing the double crochets**

– Top –
Row 1: Join back into the top of the dress 8 stitches away from the back seam (where you cast off the dress), ch 1, sc 8 across, turn (8 stitches)

Row 2-3: ch 1, sc 8, turn (8 stitches)

Row 4: ch 1, sc 8, ch 21

Row 5: Turn, sc into the second chain from hook , sc 27 (19 into the chains, 8 into the top), slip stitch into the bottom of the row, foundation chain 20, cast off

– Finishing –
Finish by taking your finishing needle and working in the ends of the yarn.

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This is my original pattern and protected by copyright law. These instructions may not be duplicated, distributed, or sold in any form. You are welcome to create and sell the items that you make using this pattern; I kindly ask that you link back to my blog if you choose to do so. If you make this pattern, please let me know! I would love to see your work, and I will update the pattern as needed with the feedback given.

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