5 Beautiful Crochet Dresses for Little Ladies- Free patterns

There are people who are into bags and others who are into shoes. I on the other hand have always had a fondness for dresses. So I was overjoyed when I learned I was expecting a baby girl. I began imagining all the pretty garments I would dress her in. My desire to see my little one wear something I had made with my own two hands lead me to stumble upon some online gems.

The wonderful thing about crocheting pint-sized dresses is the fact that they work up so much faster than an adult-sized dress. The satisfaction is almost instant. All of these patterns have been tried and tested by yours truly. Whether you’re a novice or a veteran, I hope you find something here that inspires you to create that special dress for a little girl you may know.

1. Cascade Pineapple Baby Dress by crochetkim.com – Skill : Intermediate

A sweet number by Kim Guzman. The pineapple pattern is a staple when it comes to crochet. Also ideal for the Philippine heat. Why am I suddenly craving for a yellow tropical fruit?

2. Shell Stitch Dress by Woolly wonders – Skill: Easy

Ellie in Shell Stitch Dress

If you’re more of a visual learner, then definitely subscribe to Wooly Wonders in youtube. She explains stitches in a very clear manner and her voice is as adorable as the things she crochets.

3. Sally’s Summer Sundress by The Lavender Chair – Skill: Advanced

The Lavender Chair has quite a selection of pretty dresses, but this one stood out to me the most. I was just itching to make this lovely dress come to life. I can’t wait to see my daughter wear this say on her 2nd birthday perhaps?

4. Chevron Tulip Baby Dress by crochetkim.com – Skill: Intermediate

Another complex but fun piece by Kim Guzman. Every row feels like an adventure because repetitions are few and far between. I crocheted this piece a little more loosely for a more drapey effect.

4. Baby Sundress by the Knitting Scientist – Skill: Easy

This dress is simple but genius. Fits snuggly on the torso and flares out as it descends. I would recommend it to any newbie who would like to make their first little girl dress. Most of the stitches are worked in the back loops only resulting in a super stretchy piece. And how darling is that scalloped finish and laced spaghetti strap? I wouldn’t mind having a grown up version in my closet.

Honestly I am amazed at the plethora of great free patterns online. Paid patterns can be awesome too, but there is a risk of the unknown (It might be a badly written pattern- Yikes!) and trust me I’ve been there.

So I hope you enjoyed my little fashion show. Which one is your favorite in the list?

5 Comments Add yours

  1. JoAnn Pierce says:

    Love these. Is there any way to get patterns printed on paper for lates use?

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    1. FireBerns says:

      Thanks! Please click on the links to see the patterns.

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  2. JoAnn Pierce says:

    I love these. Is there any way to get the patterns printed out on paper and sent thru the mail. If so send to
    JoAnn Pierce
    328 Joe Harris Rd.
    Leitchfield, KY. 42754

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  3. Hi, I like them all, but since I knit/crochet for charities, I ll go for the “easy/intermediad patterns, so , I look for “fast” but beautiful patterns , I also would like to print the patterns out

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    1. FireBerns says:

      We are the same. I always print my patterns out too.

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