Baby's Heirloom Wardrobe
Stitch any or all of these five beautiful dresses that are sure to become heirlooms.
Size: 3-6mo (6-12mo)
Yarn amount: Each design required 4 skeins of yarn or 6 oz. of any Baby yarn.
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February 7, 2017
I bought this book when it came out. Like an idiot, I leant it to someone and they kept it! AND denied ever having it! I make the peach dress for my granddaughter. Was pretty easy and beautiful! I'm sooooo glad I could order it again! I have such plans to crochet much more of them!
January 10, 2016
I still have my original booklet of these patterns. I've made these beautiful dresses for over 30 years. I have modified them. My daughter was a preemie so I cut the Dainty Dress size down to fit her (23 years ago), I made the Precious Pinafore into a cute little dress with a ruffle collar for my niece (3 years ago). I have added cute buttons and bows to these dresses to make them unique. I really don't know how many of these dresses I've made over the years but they've all turned out beautiful. Truly worth the money! These patterns are timeless and very easy to adapt to your own ideas.
November 23, 2015
I had this book a while ago and when we moved (one of many moves) I lost the book. I had made the peach color dress for a little girl and got rave compliments off of it. I love this book. Glad to have it back.
June 23, 2015
I too had this little book like 32 years ago. Lost them, and was so upset. It took me several years to get them outs, so happy that you had them in stock. I do them with cotton yarn, and they are always a hit. I use different size of needles to make them bigger, and I change them around, like one color in the top and another in the bottom, so easy to change. I JUST LOVE DOING THESE DRESSES. Thank you.
May 16, 2015
I too, have made these beautiful dresses. Now I'd like to find a very simple slip pattern to go under them. They are much prettier with a slip. I've paid as much as $20.00 for slips, which seems exorbitant for a baby slip. What do all you use for slips?