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I wanted to put them a on one page for easy finding. Since I am also asked continuously for links to crocheted baby dresses, I thought it would be easier to collect them on one page for you all too. If like me you're always looking for patterns, only to find pages full of broken and useless links. Well I am here to take the frustration out of searching for your next pattern. The crochet community has grown vastly over the last few years and many designers are setting up their own websites and hosting their own patterns.
I like to find these independent designers and bring their fabulous work to you. I am fortunate to know a lot of independent crocheters and as someone who writes their own patterns I know the amount of work it takes to write, test, and produce a pattern.
You will be surprised to find that the easiest way to crochet a dress is by working from the neck down. You start by working in rows back and forth along your piece, increasing at certain points along the yoke this then builds up your stitch count to fit the chest area.
You then fold over this piece and work from the middle of the last increases you made around, skipping the amount of stitches specified in the pattern this creates the armholes. The beauty of working like this from the neck down is that there are few seams to work together Yay for those who don't like to weave in the ends! One of the easiest and most simple dresses to crochet is Bev's infamous Angel Wings Pinafore.
This is a timeless pattern and is seen in variations all over. I do love hearing stories of how people have been inspired by my crochet and one of my good long-time friends Bev is a great example of moving on from the granny squares to produce some awesome work. She has just picked up crocheting again after a long break and when she saw this beautiful pattern from Redheart she knew she wanted to give it a go.
The dress is simple and worked from the neck down with the added frills and pleats to make this such an adorable dress. Learn how to make it below. This project is ideal for beginners ready to go on to the next stage. This baby girl set is a quick and easy to make angel-wings sleeper set, complete with a diaper and bootie pattern.
This design was created by Abigail Goss and is a free pattern. I would suggest printing off this pattern for easier use. I love the angel wings and the simple shell design for the skirt. So simple to create yet so effective. The pattern calls for sport-weight yarn and an "I" hook.
Bev's Country Cottage shares this pattern. If you do not get lost in Bev's site and beautiful patterns, I will eat my yarn stash.
I love the simplicity and ease of the way her patterns are written. She also makes and donates pieces to many wonderful charity projects. This little dress is worked in the traditional two-piece fashion. It really is so simple to make. There is also a matching hat pattern and sizes from one-to-three months, six-to-twelve months, and two-to-four years old.
This makes it a fail-safe pattern for all occasions. The two sets are available for free on her site both in UK and US terms. She has a set with bloomers and another little dress. I have special permission to use the owner's photos and they must not be used without the site owner's expressed permission. You will find this dress by Jennifer Down Under is a little more time-consuming to make, yet still easy.
The square-necked yoke and the gorgeous short ruffled sleeves make this an easy-fitting dress. The full skirt is absolutely beautiful and will look gorgeous on your little princess. If you want to create a show-stopping dress, then this is for you. I love this little dress and have seen so many variations by the creative crocheters who have made it. The Country Willow is a firm favourite designer of mine, and I truly appreciate that they have released some of their patterns for free.
Please note, whilst the zero-to-three month-sized pattern is free, the other sizes are paid. I think it's very generous of designers to give their patterns to us for free. I love God's Tiny Angels, and they provide easy well-written crochet patterns for babies. This chevron ripple baby dress is one of them. Nothing is sweeter than a little girl all dolled up in a homemade dress.
Last week we shared a round up of how to make all your baby and nursery basics here: From the overwhelming response, we can see how much you enjoy making for your children. Most of these dresses are ideal for beginning sewers; all will make you feel like the crafty mom superstar that you are. From pinafores to party dresses to dress-up tutus, these 18 free dress tutorials will have you and your little one smiling from ear to ear.
Take a look and get the links to the sweetest free baby dress patterns and share links to the free baby dress tutorials we missed in the comments so we can do another round up soon! Perfect for beginning sewers. Get the free dress tutorial here. This dress is forgiving in sizing and especially cute in a voile or gauze. Turn a onesie into a dress with finished seams in a jiff with our neat little trick. Spiff up your pillowcase dress with adorable bias tape trim.
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