Friday, 6 November 2015

Lilac Blossom Baby Dress

Well, you love my Lilac Blossom baby cardigan jacket, hat and booties ..............

So here is the baby dress for you.

This stitch is so pretty and it is easier than it looks :)

 
 

Lilac Blossom Baby Dress



 


 
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Lilac Blossom Baby Dress                     
DK (8ply) yarn                   
4mm needles for the bodice, 4.5mm needles for the skirt
2 small buttons
 
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  You will find the matching cardigan jacket, hat & booties  at ~
 
 
 
And a matching baby blanket at ~
 
 
 
 

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14 comments :

  1. You have done it again Marianne such a beautiful dress. You are amazing and loads of gratitude being sent to you for all your beautiful patterns and your hard work you have done creating them. Thank you so much you are a superstar. xx

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    1. Thank you for your lovely message ....... that is what makes it all worthwhile! :) Very best wishes. M x

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  2. Hello, I'm returning to knitting after years and am more than a little rusty! My grandmother taught me when I was young and my mother recently passed on all her patterns and needles. Could you write up a post with your abbreviations for different stitches? It's probably easy enough to google it but would be great to have one here with all these beautiful patterns to try!

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  3. I want to knit the bottom in the round would I just knit two together at the start of the skirt part and adjust the stitches that would be on wrong side rows

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  4. I am knitting this pattern and where there is a yrn, I am making a hole yet the pattern does not show any holes in the bodice. I am doing something wrong?

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  5. I am knitting this adorable little dress, but I can't find anywhere what kfb means. I thought it might mean knit from the back, but it doesn't add the stitches I need when I get to row 3. Please advise!

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  6. Your patterns are so lovely and I am knitting for my future great grandchildren. I do not see the amount of yarn needed for this or other patterns. How do you suggest I figure it out.
    Also, I would like to make this a size 2-3 so I am going to cast on either 90 or 92 stitches and work accordingly. Does that sound correct?
    Thank you so much for sharing your skills with us.

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    1. It took just over one ball of a 100g DK weight 300m/328yds baby yarn for the 6 to 9 months frock and I managed just around 10 of the 13 knit rows at the end, meaning around 400m required.

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  7. Thank you for making available this easy-to-follow, pretty and low-on-seam-WITHOUT-circular-needles pattern! It was my first experience of knitting a baby frock. I made it in a lively yellow, orange, pink and purple variegated yarn with flecks and the effect is a dream! All credit to you and the yarn 🙂

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  8. Size 12 to 18mths. Row 46 how to do as in between there are 49 sts on the stitch holder. Please help. Do we make 2 pieces to be sew together?

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  9. Hi there, I started this beautiful dress pattern for size 6 month and now your page is under maintenance and I would really like to finish it. Can you please tell me if I can access the pattern again soon? Thank you, Sylvia

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  10. Hello, I want to make the dress as a gift for my sisters baby shower but do not see the pattern.

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  11. Just wondering when the pattern will be available again

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  12. I would love to make this dress but the page is undergoing maintenance. How much longer do I have to wait. I have had this saved on my computer for a month now. Please help.

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