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Crochet Lace / Wedding Dress Pattern

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THIS IS A DIGITAL PATTERN (PDF) AND NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT. THIS CROCHET PATTERN IS CHARTED ONLY AND NOT WRITTEN. Due to the digital nature of the pattern no refunds will be issued.


Named for the flowers I used in my wedding, the Chrysanthemum Lace Dress is a version of my crochet wedding dress without the train. I made my wedding dress from my own design without a pattern over the course of five months on the bus during my daily commute. After I posted photos of the dress online there was a lot of interest in a pattern so I went back to develop a pattern and to make it work in different sizes.

The pattern uses an open lacy stitch that creates a light delicate fabric when worked in a lace or fingering weight yarn. When worn fitted with negative ease the dress can create a figure-flattering silhouette. You can wear the dress with different colored linings underneath for different looks that would be perfect for any occasion. You can make several different garments from this pattern by making some simple modifications with the instructions provided in Appendix E. Stop short of the dress and you have a tunic. Keep going on the skirt and you have a full-length gown fit for a wedding dress. Leave the belt unjoined, omit the skirt entirely and you have a shrug.

This pattern is for personal use only. You are not allowed to reprint or share the pattern. You may sell items made from the pattern as long as you credit Chi Krneta as the designer.

My Wedding Dress in the Media:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/23/diy-wedding-dress_n_5870408.html?ir=Weddings
http://www.buzzfeed.com/jessicaprobus/this-woman-made-an-amazing-wedding-dress-for-30#.dkk48Me6N
https://gma.yahoo.com/bride-crochets-her-own-wedding-gown-during-bus-211727758--abc-news-fashion-and-beauty.html

DETAILS
Skill Level: Intermediate
Size: Small, Medium, Large, with different sizes like XS and XL obtainable by changing gauge (explained
in the pattern)
Finished Garment Measurements S(M,L):
Please refer to the sizing chart to the left for more details.
Waist: 27”(31”, 24”), 68.5cm(78.7cm, 86.4cm)
Bust: 29”(32”, 35”), 73.6cm(81.3cm, 89cm)
Hips: 30”(34”, 38”), 76.2cm(86.4cm, 96.5cm)
Yarn: 0.201 gram/meter, lace or fingering weight, Aunt Lydia’s size 10 cotton crochet. Approximate amount needed for a short dress of the length listed in the size chart:
Small: 1,100yd (1,006m)
Medium: 1,300yd (1,189m)
Large: 1,500yd (1,372m)
Hooks: 3.25mm (D) , 3.5mm (E), or size necessary to obtain desired gauge
Gauge: 22 dc in 1 row = 4” (10.2cm) wide; 1 row fsc + 4 rows dc = 1.5” (3.8cm) high using 3.25mm (D) hook & Aunt Lydia’s size 10 cotton thread. One motif (included in the gauge swatch) measures 3.5” (8.9cm) wide by 4.75” (12cm) high
Crochet Terms: US
Stitches Used: slip stitch, chain, single crochet, foundation single crochet, double crochet, triple crochet
THIS IS A DIGITAL PATTERN (PDF) AND NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT. THIS CROCHET PATTERN IS CHARTED ONLY AND NOT WRITTEN. Due to the digital nature of the pattern no refunds will be issued.


Named for the flowers I used in my wedding, the Chrysanthemum Lace Dress is a version of my crochet wedding dress without the train. I made my wedding dress from my own design without a pattern over the course of five months on the bus during my daily commute. After I posted photos of the dress online there was a lot of interest in a pattern so I went back to develop a pattern and to make it work in different sizes.

The pattern uses an open lacy stitch that creates a light delicate fabric when worked in a lace or fingering weight yarn. When worn fitted with negative ease the dress can create a figure-flattering silhouette. You can wear the dress with different colored linings underneath for different looks that would be perfect for any occasion. You can make several different garments from this pattern by making some simple modifications with the instructions provided in Appendix E. Stop short of the dress and you have a tunic. Keep going on the skirt and you have a full-length gown fit for a wedding dress. Leave the belt unjoined, omit the skirt entirely and you have a shrug.

This pattern is for personal use only. You are not allowed to reprint or share the pattern. You may sell items made from the pattern as long as you credit Chi Krneta as the designer.

My Wedding Dress in the Media:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/23/diy-wedding-dress_n_5870408.html?ir=Weddings
http://www.buzzfeed.com/jessicaprobus/this-woman-made-an-amazing-wedding-dress-for-30#.dkk48Me6N
https://gma.yahoo.com/bride-crochets-her-own-wedding-gown-during-bus-211727758--abc-news-fashion-and-beauty.html

DETAILS
Skill Level: Intermediate
Size: Small, Medium, Large, with different sizes like XS and XL obtainable by changing gauge (explained
in the pattern)
Finished Garment Measurements S(M,L):
Please refer to the sizing chart to the left for more details.
Waist: 27”(31”, 24”), 68.5cm(78.7cm, 86.4cm)
Bust: 29”(32”, 35”), 73.6cm(81.3cm, 89cm)
Hips: 30”(34”, 38”), 76.2cm(86.4cm, 96.5cm)
Yarn: 0.201 gram/meter, lace or fingering weight, Aunt Lydia’s size 10 cotton crochet. Approximate amount needed for a short dress of the length listed in the size chart:
Small: 1,100yd (1,006m)
Medium: 1,300yd (1,189m)
Large: 1,500yd (1,372m)
Hooks: 3.25mm (D) , 3.5mm (E), or size necessary to obtain desired gauge
Gauge: 22 dc in 1 row = 4” (10.2cm) wide; 1 row fsc + 4 rows dc = 1.5” (3.8cm) high using 3.25mm (D) hook & Aunt Lydia’s size 10 cotton thread. One motif (included in the gauge swatch) measures 3.5” (8.9cm) wide by 4.75” (12cm) high
Crochet Terms: US
Stitches Used: slip stitch, chain, single crochet, foundation single crochet, double crochet, triple crochet

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Reviewed by joanne y
5 out of 5 stars
May 26, 2017
written with all the details and schematic drawings too! excited to start working on this
Crochet Lace / Wedding Dress Pattern

Reviewed by quipydoll1
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 13, 2018
It was easy to make. And I got the pattern the same day.
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Easy to follow pattern!
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Reviewed by Karen Jurd
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 23, 2018
Love this cute pattern. Directions are easy to follow even for a beginner.
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