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Twilight sparkle gets a make over! * this is a guideline not a pattern

*Please note this is meant to be used as a guide line and is not a stitch by stitch pattern however if you have crochet experience this should be the steps you need to make this dress*
My youngest LOVES My little pony especially  the Equestria Girls . I think the movie is cute but the hem line on those dresses leave NOTHING to the imagination! And it's hard to play with the doll with out her dress falling down...It really bugged my five year old that the dolls underwear kept showing! So I grabbed a few Bon Bons  in the Brights and went to work! I started at the waist and chain to the width and added 3 extra for over lap ( I sewed Velcro on to make the dress easy to get on and off! ) to give the skirt texture I did one row hdc. then on the next I did sc and put in increases in every other stitch. The next row I did just hdc, and the next was sc,sc, 2sc repeat .
To give a little flare I did hdc *ch1 sk 1 hdc* and repeated until the end.
I worked 2 sc in each ch1 for the next row and I finished off the skirt with a row of ch3 sl in every stitch.
for the top I started at top and worked my way down using only sc. I put in a few decreases on the 2nd to last row so the top would go in.

When you use velcro you shaping can be very forgiving so even a novice can try this and make something CUTE!!!! send me you photo and we can have a gallery of our doll clothes :) crochetchiq@gmail.com
for the strap i chained 8 and sewed it on both sides.

Tell me have you make any type of doll clothes?







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