Dameskleren haken

Crochet Christmas Dress

How to crochet this christmas dress. Read here!

What do you need?

  • 5 balls of yarn with a little sparkle
  • needle
  • siccor
  • crochet needle 4

How to crochet this?

I’m sharing a pattern for a medium size. The whole dress is made with half double crochet. We start under the arm pits.

Chain 105. End with a slip stich to a ring.
Row 1 – 13: hdc
Row 14 and 15: Lay your dress on the table. Place a marker on the outsides of the dress. Decrease at that point. Crochet hdc in the other stiches.
Row 16 – 22: hdc
Row 23 – 42: Lay your dress on the table. Place a marker on the outsides of the dress (same place as at row 14). Increase at that point Crochet hdc in the other stiches.

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Row 43 – 60: hdc
Row 61: Lay your dress on the table. Place a marker on the outsides of the dress (same place as at row 14). Decrease at that point. Crochet hdc in the other stiches.
Row 62: hdc

Repeat row 61 and 62 untill you reach your desired length. I repeated the rows 9 times. End with a row 62, a sc and a slip stich. End your work.

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Front:

Lay your dress on the table with the increases/decreases on the sides (like picture above). We are going to crochet the front parts. Attach your yarn 3 stiches from the side (that is going to be the hole for your arm). End every row with a chain 2 and turn your work.

Row 1: ch 2. all hdc. Stop at the other side off the front, but stop 3 stiches earlier (for your other arm).
Row 2 and 3: Decrease first 2 stiches, all hdc, decrease last 2 stiches.
Row 4: Decrease first 2 stiches, 13 hdc, decrease last 2 stiches.
Row 5: Decrease first 2 stiches, 11 hdc, decrease last 2 stiches.
Row 6: 11 hdc, decrease last 2 stiches.
Row 7: decrease first 2 stiches, 10 hdc.
Row 8: 9 hdc, decrease last 2 stiches.
Row 9 – 19: 10 hdc. End row 19 with no ch 2, but finish your work.

Attach your yarn at the other side of the front. Repeat row 4 – 19.

Back

Attach your yarn on the back of the dress. Skip 3 stiches from the side (that is going to be the hole for your arm). End every row with a chain 2 and turn your work.

Row 1: ch 2. all hdc. Stop at the other side off the front, but stop 3 stiches earlier (for your other arm).
Row 2 – 5: Decrease first 2 stiches, all hdc, decrease last 2 stiches.
Row 6 – 17: hdc
Row 18: 13 hdc
Row 19: Decrease first 3 stiches, 11 hdc.
Row 20: 9 hdc, decrease 2 stiches. Finish.

Repeat row 18 – 20 at the other side of the back. Sew the frontparts on the backparts. Attach your yarn in your neck and crochet all sc around. End with a slip stich.

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Sleeve:

We start at the bottom of the sleeve. Chain 36 and close with a slip stich to a ring.

Row 1 – 8: 36 hdc
Row 9: increase 2 stiches, 35 hdc.
Row 10: 37  hdc
Row 11: increase 2 stiches, 36 hdc.
Row 12: 38 hdc
Row 13: increase 2 stiches, 37 hdc.
Row 14: 39 hdc.
Row 15: increase 2 stiches, 38 hdc.
Row 16: 40 hdc
Row 17: increase 2 stiches, 39 hdc.
Row 18: 41 hdc
Row 19: increase 2 stiches, 40 hdc.
Row 20 – 29: 42 hdc
Row 30: 38 hdc. Ch 2, turn.
Row 31 – 40: Decrease first 2 stiches, all hdc, decrease last 2 stiches. Ch 2, turn.

Crochet another sleeve and sew to the dress.

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Done. This is what it’s look like:

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Good luck crocheting! If you love my pattern, you can donate some money to me! You can choose your own amount to donate! Thanks already!

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1 Comment

  • Reply Rebecca 1 December 2016 at 13:39

    Hii! I really love your dress and I was wondering what brand of yarn you use?

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