Blythe Knitted Lace Dress Pattern

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Here's a knit pattern for Blythes! :)


If you make this dress, I'd love to see it! Please add it on Ravelry or post photos in the comments.



Materials/Tools:
  • DK weight yarn (I used NaturallyCaron.com Spa)
  • US #1½ - 2.5 mm double pointed needles
  • 3 tiny flower buttons
  • Snap or velcro 
Gauge:
5.5 sts and 8 rows per 1"(2.5cm) in St st in the round

Abbreviations:
BO - Bind off
CO - Cast on
K - Knit
K2tog - Knit two stitches together
LN - Left needle
M1 - Make one increase (M1L or M1R)
P - Purl
R# - Round/Row #
Rep - Repeat
RN - Right needle
Sl 1, k2tog, psso - Slip 1, knit 2 together, pass slipped stitch over
St(s) - Stitch(es)
Yo - Yarn over

Pattern:
The back of the bodice will overlap, add a snap or velcro.

Bodice:

CO 30 sts.

R1: Knit

R2: K5, BO 7, k7, BO 7, k4

R3: K5, CO 6, k8, CO 6, k5

R4: Purl

R5: K11, (k1, m1) x3, k2, (m1, k1) x3, k11 - 36 sts

R6: Purl

R7: Knit

R8: Purl

R9: Knit

R10: Purl

R11: Knit

R12: Purl

R13: Knit

R14: Purl

R15: K1, m1, k3, *M1, k2* x14, m1, k3, m1, k1 - 53 sts

R16: Join to work in round (counts as first stitch), knit to end.

Work R1-4 of Lace Pattern for 5 repeats or until desired length. Then work the Edging round.

Lace Pattern:

R1: K1. *Yo, k3, yo, k1* rep from * to end.
R2: Knit
R3: K2, sl 1, k2tog, psso. *K3, sl 1, k2tog, psso* rep from * to last 2 sts, k2.
R4: Knit

Edging:

Last round: K2. Pass first st over. *Pass stitch from RN to LN. Make 2 sts on LN by backwords loop method, BO 4 sts* rep from * to end.

Cut yarn and weave in the ends. Attach a snap or velcro on the back of the bodice. Then sew on the 3 buttons on the front of the bodice. To make the lace stand out more, block the dress and pair it with a petticoat. 



Made in May 2015.
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© Adorably Kawaii. Pattern is for personal use only. Please don't redistribute/resell the pattern in any way or form. If you'd like to share my free patterns, please link to my pattern instead of copying and pasting the written pattern. If you post the finished items you make online, my only request is that say something like “Pattern designed by Adorably Kawaii - www.adorablykawaii.com”



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