Thursday, March 15, 2012

Free Barbie St Paddy's Dress Pattern



Simple, Simple, Simple is what this little dress is.  I made it in less than two hours and my granddaughter will love it.   I started it with the same pattern as the Barbie tutu and just added the skirt.  I used a size 2 crochet hook, a 1 inch green pony tail holder and of course white and green yarn.

St Paddy's Barbie Dress

 Round one:  With green yarn, work 30 single crochet stitches around the green pony tail holder, join with a sl st in the first sc.
2nd round:  Chain 2 then Double crochet
3rd  round: Chain 2 then Double crochet in the next stitch, dc2 tog: continue this same pattern: At the end of the round, you should have decreased to a total of 11 stitches.
Continue double crocheting until bodice measures 2 1/2  inches.   

Change to white yarn-
Round one with white yarn: Triple crochet two times in each stitch (chain one between each triple) Triple Crochet for the next four rounds ( Skirt should measure about 2 1/2 inches) tie off.
For necking, using white yarn single crochet around the pony tail holder, tie off.  Lay dress flat to determine the location of the neck ties.
First neck tie;    Single Crochet 3 stitches, turn, single crochet two stitches, turn, single crochet one stitch, then chain 25 stitches, tie off.
Repeat for second tie.   (I skipped five stitches between the ties for the front neckline). 
  Work in loose thread.   I also found a little shamrock button and sewed it on the waist of the dress.

So simple and super cute!!



21 Lovely Comments:

  1. WooHoo! I enJOY making doll clothes! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. This is adorable!! What a lucky grandaughter! :) Now following!

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  3. I love this dress! Thanks for stopping by my blog Healthy Living Natural Beauty, and for the follow on linky. I just followed your wonderful blog back. I used to crochet with my grandmother and loved crocheting.

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  4. Thanks for stopping by Blueberry Squash. I also have another blog at http://cupcakecucumber.blogspot.com you might like.

    This dress is so adorable! I need to learn to crochet.

    Best,
    Brooke

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  5. That dress is SOO cute!! I can't believe how fast you made it. I'm not good at crocheting...I can only do a scarf really lol...but would love to be able to make more :)

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  6. Sounds a great idea lovely,thanks for stopping by and following on Linky Followers,now following back,,, love your header picture :)

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  7. That is the sweetest dress ever. My mom used to crochet, I would really like to learn. Thanks for stopping by The Messy Roost. I am following you now. Rhonda

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  8. That is really cool! Thanks for stopping by and saying hello. I can't wait to read more!

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  9. Very nice pattern. I made a lot of clothes for my daughter's dolls. All grown now. Waiting for granddaughters now. I will keep this pattern in mind when that time comes. I found you through cheri's blog party. Thanks for following me. I will follow you back.

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  10. This Barbie dress is adorable! Your granddaughter will love it!

    I am linking from Katherine's COrner.

    Happy St. Patrick's Day!

    xo,
    Ricki Jill

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  11. Ok that is so darn cute!!!!!!!!!!!

    This makes me wish I had a daughter oh well....

    Coming to you from the Linky Follower's Blog Hop!

    http://longislandchick.com

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  12. Guess what?! I chose you as one of my recipients for the Liebster Blog Award!! You can see the post here...http://zachandashleyjones.blogspot.com/2012/03/liebster-blog-award.html

    Be sure to make your post and congrats to you! Isn't it exciting? :)

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  13. Although I cannot croquet or sew worth a lick - this is sooooooo cute! I'm stopping by from Friendship Friday - saw this on your sidebar and had to comment. Im a new blog follower. Have a great weekend!

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  14. ooops - that's crochet I meant to say above.

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  15. I bet your grand-daughter LOVES this outfit. Thanks for the lovely comments on my blog. I'm now following via RSS.

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    1. I would love for you to share your fabulous Barbie outfits at our ongoing linky that's just for Dolls Clothes...
      http://threadingmyway.blogspot.com/2012/03/threading-your-way-dolls-clothes-link.html

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  16. I really love this vintage looking dress for Barbie! And the green is gorgeous! I love green! Liz

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  17. I am a new crocheter and it would be helpful to me to know what gauge is needed and what kind of yarn (DK, worsted, etc) Thanks. Your patterns are very cute.

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))