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This offer is for the 28 page PDF Download PATTERN ONLY. It is the third pattern in our original “It’s My Special Day!” series.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Basic sewing skills
Instructions given for sizes: 1, 2, 4 & 6
Tea Length or Ball Gown Length
Light Sports Weight yarn.
BRAND NAMES USED IN THIS PROJECT:
--BERNAT Baby Coordinates – Color 166009 Daisy Yellow (Discontinued)
--------Substitute recommendation: Universal Yarn, Little Bird, “Bright Sun”
--Naturally Caron Spa – Color 0007 Naturally (Discontinued)
--------Substitute recommendation: Red Heart, Luster Sheen, “Vanilla”
--Yarn Bee Intrigue – Color 900 Bunny - Daisy center (Discontinued)
--------Substitute recommendation: Red Heart, Luster Sheen, “Pansy”
Satin material -- Daisy Yellow and Ivory
Crochet Hook: Size 00 (E, 3.50mm) and Size 1 (2.75mm)
(Photographed with full petticoat)
This design was done using techniques inspired by the Victorian era of Irish Crochet. The Debbie’s Sunshine Daisies dress was created using shimmering yarn that will glisten in the sunlight with movement. Your special little girl will love twirling and dancing in the lacy full skirt, satin sash and cheerful little daisy shoe-clips or frilly anklets. You can adorn her dress and her hair with matching daisy pins and barrettes. And of course no outfit is complete without a coordinated purse. She will love being able to carry her small treasures and other little girl essentials in the fully lined purse.
Crochet instructions included in this pattern:
4. Daisy Medallion
Fully illustrated sewing instructions and detailed measurements included in this pattern:(Instructions ONLY--separate templates not included)
1. Attached Skirt lining
2. Attached Purse lining
Craft instructions included in this pattern:
1. Medallion Pin construction
2. Hair Barrettes construction
3. Shoe-clips construction
Complete phone and/or online support available.
The Debbie’s Sunshine Daisies dress is made with soft lightweight yarn and stitched using a combination of loops and pearl-like picots, which allows for fluid movement. The sundress is trimmed out in tiny picots along neckline and sleeves and padded loops along bottom hemline.
Whether the ensemble is for your little girl or a gift, the Debbie’s Sunshine Daisies dress will become a present to be cherished forever.
**Bernat Baby Coordinates Color “166009 Daisy Yellow” has been discontinued. Substitute with any (3) Light Sport Weight yarn.
**Yarn Bee “Intrigue Color 900 Bunny” has been discontinued. Substitute with any (3) Eyelash yarn.
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