Dress

Crochet Baby Sea Dress Free Pattern

Pattern: Julia Kuznetsova

Materials:

– Yarn “Anna 16” “Yarn Art Violet”

– Hook number 1.4.

Legend:

DC double crochet

SC single crochet

CH-air loop

HDC double crochet

Let’s get to work!

We knit in rotary rows.

Row 1 – Dial 55 ch. , SC next. 10 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 9 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 12 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 9 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 10 loop, 1 ch, turn

Row 2 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 3 – SC on the trail 11 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 11 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 14 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 11 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 11 loop, 1 ch., Turn

Row 4 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 5 – SC on the trail 12 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 13 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 16 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 13 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 12 loop, 1 ch., Turn

Row 6 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 7 – SC on the trail 13 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 15 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 18 loop,

3 SC next loop, SC next 15 loop, 3 SC next loop, SC next 13 loop, 1 ch., Turn

Row 8 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 9 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 10 – SC on the trail 14 loop, 2 SC next loop, SC next 17 loop, 2 SC next loop, SC next 20

loop, 2 SC next loop, SC next 17 loop, 2 SC next loop, SC next 14 loop, 1 ch., Turn

Please note that in this series the increases are not three SCs per loop, but two SCs per

loop !!!!!!!!

Row 11 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 12 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 13 – SC on the trail 14 loop., 5 ch. , skip 20 loop., SC next. 22 loop., 5 ch., Skip 20

hinges, SC next 14 loop., 1 ch., Turn.

In this series we form a product, i.e. we do not knit the loop of the sleeves. If your

knitting 5 ch. too much for the armholes under the doll’s handles, then do 3 ch. or 4 ch.

Row 14 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 15 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 16 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Rows 17-24 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

We knitted all these rows, changing colors: two rows one color and two rows the second and so on in turn.

From the 25th row I already knit part of the skirt from the Basques. Then we will tie the basque. HERE THE AUTHOR IS BEGINNING KNIT IN ONE COLOR !!!!! IN THE MARINE KIT, IT IS RED

Row 25 – we knit the first six SC as usual, and the subsequent loops to the last six

knit on the back wall of the loop. So that a line forms from the front walls and then beyond

these front with tenki we will tie the basque. The first and last loops are our bar.

Therefore, we knit them under the whole loop. No need to knit on the back wall.

Row 26 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 27 – SC on the trail 14 loop., 2SC in the next loop., SC in the next 30 loop., 2SC in the next loop, SC in the next 14 loop, 1 ch., Turn

Row 28 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 29 – SC on the trail 8 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 14 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 14

loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 14 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 8 loop., 1 ch., Turn

Row 30 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 31 – SC on the trail 9 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 15 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 14

loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 15 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 9 loop., 1 ch., Turn

Row 32 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 33 – SC on the trail 10 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 15 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 16

loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 15 loop., 2SC on next loop., SC on next 10 loop., 1 ch., Turn

Row 34 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 35 – SC on the trail 11 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 16 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 16

loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 16 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 11 loop., 1 ch., Turn

Row 36 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Row 37 – SC on the trail 12 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 16 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 18

loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 16 loop., 2SC next next.loop., SC next 12 loop., 1 ch., Turn

Row 38 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Girls, I do not plan to expand the fabric further, so until the 50th row I will knit one

color without increments and then on the same number of loops I will knit strips. But you

see for yourself. Perhaps your yarn is thinner, or knit more tightly, in possibly wider

if you want a skirt, then, keeping the principle, make supplements in one more row in the 39th or if

necessary and still in the 41st.

I tried in the 43rd row to combine the canvas in a circle. I did not like. Visible transition

from row to row on the back. Therefore, I will make the dress oar like the sea. And you again

decide for yourself. Perhaps you will like to knit in a circle. And you can imperceptibly

go from row to row and from strip to strip. Then boldly combine approximately

in the 43rd row. Try on so that it is convenient to put on the doll.

Rows 39-50 – 1 SC in each loop to the end of the row without increments, 1 ch., Turn

Girls, if you want a tighter fit like in the marine version (this time I’m a little

made the hem looser), then the last increase in the 35th row. And then you knit without

increase. But this is provided that the density coincides with mine. I will add a photo now and

look how the dress looks. Behind with needles fastened as it will instead

buttons. I have lilacs up to 50 rows and then I alternated again in 2 rows. I made 2

stripes of white and emerald and it seemed to me a little in length. Therefore, she knitted only 6

stripes of color. Accordingly, if you want only 4 colored stripes, then you need 55-

row begin to change colors.

Basque knitted as follows: attached a thread to the front wall of the row, which we

formed to start knitting basques and the first row knitted 2DC from each loop.

Then the thread tore off and again attached the thread of the second color to the same edge (then

I have all 4 rows knitted on the front side). The second row alternated DC, two DC from

loops and so on to the end. I cut the thread again and attached it to the edge in the first color and knitted

the series is simply DC without increments. And the last row in a different color also knitted DC without

increase. Total Basque I have 4 rows. DC knitted tightly, did not pull them high. IN

the first sea dress I knitted generally half-columns with a crochet on the same principle

increase. You see how you like it more. I just tried to achieve

so that the height of one color row in the tank does not differ much from the height of two rows

SC when knitting the top of the dress. That is, so that everything looks whole

After all this, we sew the buttons and the dress is ready!

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