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Thursday, November 01, 2012

Crochet White and Turquoise baby dress


When it comes to baby clothes .....can anything be cuter than little girly stuff? I've always wished we could find such cute boy stuff too. Anyways, one can only hope :) This one is another baby dress whipped up by me based on some I've seen online. Once again , no pattern as such but the construction is pretty simple. Getting the stitch pattern in the right size was the tough part. This outfit is done in Garn Studio cotton Viscose yarn.I loved working with it and it gives a bit of a pearly glow to the dress. It is not seen in the picture. And of course I could not stop at just one. The other one is made in cotton baby yarn. There was also a matching hairband but I forgot to take the picture of it before giving it off. I'm so happy that my friend loved it and her little angel looked adorable in it.

11 comments:

Sandy said...

Just beautiful! I wish I could make up patterns like that, you are so talented :)

Preeti said...

Very pretty! And the flowers are awesome:)

Rizwana said...

beautiful dress!! Mashallah! you r really excellent with this! just wanted to ask you where do you buy the yarn from?

Ranjana's craft blog said...

Very very beautiful! Can I make one?

Yasmin said...

Thank you Sandy, Preeti, Rizwana and Ranjana.
Rizwana, I get my yarn from all different places.A lot of them are from abroad USA, UK, Australia etc. Out here I buy from Craftland and Magrudy's.
Ranjana, it would be lovely to see you make one too. Please do share the picture with me :) This is not my own pattern, just a dress whipped by seeing a few similar ones.

G.AruljothiKarikalan said...

really it is adorable... yes baby girly stuff is always the cutest.... :)

Yarny Days said...

This is adorable! Love how it turned out!

Fatimah Hayat said...

Sallam.
Very very beautiful,fabulous dress. I love it. your works are really appreciable...
Glad to follow you...
Stay blessed.

Anonymous said...

What is the stitch u used for the skirt? I love it.

Arlette said...

How do i get this pattern? I want to make something like this.

Yasmin said...

Thank you so much for all your comments and appreciation. It really does motivate to work at creating better designs.
Arlette, there is no pattern for it ....just winged it seeing so many similar ones online. I try to avoid replicating a pattern completely , just the best components and I like to give my own touch to it.