Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern – 5 reasons to love

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The Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern is a beautiful crochet pattern that I found and I really want to share with you this wonderful crochet stitch. What caught my attention was the details of the stitch when I made this beautiful little children’s outfit. Of course, the color also stood out, because whenever we think about making a women’s children’s outfit, we soon think of pink, red or a very feminine baby style color.

But the Dorianna Rivelli Author of this beautiful garment, showed that besides making an excellent crochet, also has a great taste of colors, and this conjunction is in fact the real proof that the colors plus the combination of crochet points can make a difference, and with this, the Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern is our subject today.



Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern BY Dorianna Rivelli Author
Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern BY Dorianna Rivelli Author

Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern

Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern proved to be a very accessible point to make and I dare say that even a well-trained beginner can make this beautiful set. In particular I found the hat part a little more difficult, but with a little attention it can make a difference.

When saying the colors, the blue did make a difference and stands out for the tone chosen by Doriana Rivelli. This shows that he is a handful designer, and for sure we will bring more of her work here on our crochet site.

Level of difficulty

Particularly I put the difficulty as an intermediary to advanced. This is due to the set having a hat and a dress all made with crochet in the style of the author Dorianna Rivelli herself. It’s not an impossible job to do, on the contrary, it’s a pleasant job to do, a beautiful and perfect job that you can still do combinations with sandals or crochet shoes that in the future we will also put a PDF for you to download with various patterns.

MATERIALS for Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern

The materials to make the Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern are:

  • Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn
  • H 5.00mm Crochet Hook/I 5.50mm Crochet Hook
  • 2 Buttons
  • Ribbon
  • Yarn Needle

Size:

Fits most toddlers size 24 months – 3t

Gauge:

4 Hdc = Approx. 1 inch

Stitches:

CH: Chain- Yarn over pull through one loop.

SS: Slip stitch- Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over and pull through both the stitch and loop on the hook.

DC: Double crochet- Yarn over. Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over pull through stitch. Yarn over pull through two loops. Yarn over pull through two loops.

SC: Single crochet- Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over pull through two loops.

HDC: Half double crochet- Yarn over. Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over pull through stitch. Yarn over pull through three stitches.

Notes:

Turning chain does NOT count as your first stitch (unless otherwise specified). So, when working flat, be sure to work your first stitch in the very frist stitch. And when working in the round, be sure to work your first stitch in the same stitch as join.

Size H hook for size 24 months and I hook for sizes 2t and 3t.

Instructions:

Chain 66

Row 1: Hdc in the third chain from hook and in the next 4 chains. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc] in the next chain. Hdc in the next 19 chains. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the next chain. Hdc in the next 12 chains. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the next chain. Hdc in the next 19 chains. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the next chain. Hdc in the remaining 5 chains.

Row 2: Chain 1. Hdc in the same stitch and in the next 5 stitches. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 21 stitches.  [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 14 stitches. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 21 stithces. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the remaining 6 stitches.

Row 3: Chain 1. Hdc in the same stitch and in the next 6 stitches. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 23 stitches.  [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 16 stitches. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 23 stithces. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the remaining 7 stitches.

Row 4: Chain 1. Hdc in the same stitch and in the next 7 stitches. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 25 stitches.  [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 18 stitches. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 25 stithces. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the remaining 8 stitches.



Row 5: Chain 1. Hdc in the same stitch and in the next 8 stitches. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 27 stitches.  [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 20 stitches. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 27 stithces. [Hdc. Chain 1. Hdc.] in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the remaining 9 stitches.

DONT TURN. Continue on to button band.

Button Band:

Row 1: Chain 1 (Counts as first Sc.). Sc in the Side of row 5 and in the side of row 4. 2 Sc in the side of row 3. Sc in the side of row 2. 2 sc in the side of  row 1. (7Sc + Chain 1)

Row 2 – 4: Chain 1 (Counts as first Sc.). Sc across. (7Sc + Chain 1)

DON’T TURN. Continue on to Arm Shaping

Arm Shaping and Skirt:

Round 1: Chain 1. Make 1 Hdc in the side of row 4, 3, 2, and 1 form Button band. Hdc in the next 10 stitches. Hdc in the chain space. Chain 5. Skip the next 29 stitches. Hdc in the chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 22 stitches. Hdc in the next chain 1 space. Chain 5. Skip the next 29 stitches. Hdc in the next chain 1 space. Hdc in the next 10 stitches. Join with a SS to the first Hdc made. (50Hdc + 2 chain 5 spaces)

Round 2: Chain 1. Hdc in each stitch and chain stitch around. Join with a SS to the first Hdc made. (60 Hdc)

Round 3: Chain 3. Tr in each stitch around. Join with a SS to the first Treble made. (60 Tr)

Round 4: Chain 1. Hdc in each stitch around. Join with a SS to the first Hdc made. (60 Hdc)

Round 5: (Note: For this round you will NOT skip any stitches unless noted). Chain 1. {Sc. Chain 3.} repeat a total of 3 times. Sc. Chain 3. Skip the next stitch. *{Sc. Chain 3.} repeat a total of 4 times. Sc. Chain 3. Skip the next stitch. * Repeat from * to * around until 1 stitch remains. Sc. Chain 3. Join with a SS to the first Sc made.

Round 6:  SS into the chain 3 space. Chain 1. *Sc in the next chain 3 space (first Sc of the round will be worked in same place as ss). Chain 3. Sc in the next chain 3 space. Skip the next chain 3 space. 7Dc in the next chain 3 space. Skip the next chain 3 space. * Repeat from * to * around. Join with a SS to the first Sc made.

Round 7:  SS into the chain 3 space. Chain 1. *Sc in the next chain 3 space. (first Sc will be worked in the same space). [Dc. Chain 1.] in the next 6 Dc. Dc in the next dc.* Repeat from * to * around. Join with a SS to the first Sc made.

Round 8: SS across into the 2nd chain 1 space. Chain 1. *[Sc in the next chain 1 space. (first sc will be worked in the same space). Chain 3.] Repeat from [ to ] a total of 4 times. Skip the next Dc and Chain 1 space. Dc3tog over the next 3 stitches. Chain 3. Skip the next chain 1 space and Dc.* Repeat from * to * around. Join with a SS to the first Sc made.

Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern BY Dorianna Rivelli Author
Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern BY Dorianna Rivelli Author

Round 9: SS into the next Chain 3 space. Chain 1. *Sc in the next chain 3 space (first sc will be worked in the same space). Chain 3.* Repeat from * to * around Join with a SS to the first Sc made.

Repeat Rounds 6 – 9 until desired length is achieved.

Button Holes:

Join with a SS to the side of Row 1.

Row 1: Evenly Sc 10 across the sides of row 1 – 7. (10 Sc + Turning Chain 1)

Row 2: Chain 1 (Counts as first Sc.). Sc across. (10 Sc + Turning Chain 1)

Row 3: Chain 1 (Counts as first Sc.). Sc in the next stitch. Chain 2. Skip 2. Sc in the next 2 stitches. Chain 2. Skip 2. Sc in the next 3 stitches. (6Sc + 2 Chain 2 spaces + Turning Chain 1)

Row 4 – 5: Chain 1 (Counts as first Sc.). Sc in each stitch across. (10Sc + Turning Chain 1)

COMPLETE PDF TO BUY – ORIGINAL LINK FROM THE AUTHOR

Finish off Weave in ends.  You must have noticed that it’s not a seven-headed bug, so when making your Lacy Shells Dress Crochet Pattern do it with affection and a lot of love. If you want to buy the PDF with the points and step by step in the chart, go to the link of Dorianna RivellI and buy this magnificent PDF.

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