Pattern is fully written, and it has a name!
There were so many wonderful suggestions, but I absolutely feel madly in love with Brittany Johnson's pattern name suggestion.
Thank you so much Brittany Johnson for your "Cheesy", but Fabulous Name Suggestion:
The "Happily Ever After" Collection.
Officially, it will be called: "Happily Ever After" Crochet Pattern for Fashion Dolls.
Brittany, you will be receiving a free copy of this pattern as soon as it is ready.
Just need to finish a few more dresses for the cover photo before I can release it.
Another stitch you will see frequently used in my crochet patterns is the cluster of 2.
I use this stitch to create a decrease in the row without leaving room for any spaces before or after the decrease.
This is one of the best ways to do a double crochet decrease.
One stitch you will see frequently used in my crochet patterns is the bobble of 2.
I use this stitch to create an increase in the row without increasing the stitch count of the row.
This is helps to close up spaces in between double crochet stitches. These spaces can be extremely noticeable when working with thread as I frequently do.
So, it is very handy to use this stitch when crocheting smaller things like fashion doll clothes and accessories, or where you would rather work double crochet stitches and not worry about having large wholes in the garment.
After writing up much of the pattern, I decided that the high-low and fishtail dresses could use a bit of tweaking.
So I set to work on them write away.
I started with the sweetheart scoop high-low first, since I still had some lavender. The first one of these was a bit more rigid. The tweaking helped to loosen it up a bit. Plus, the high-low is much more pronounced now. See first picture below for comparison.
I did the fuller high-low next in blue. It is now more flowy. You can see the comparison to first in the last three pictures below.
The last one to be modified was the illusion fishtail dress. I didn't have any more white on hand, but I did have some cream/ivory colour. So, I used that, and had just enough to finish the dress. The second two pictures below show the comparison between both fishtail dresses.
Just need to sew some snaps onto all of the dresses, and take proper pictures for pattern cover photo. If all goes well, this pattern shall be ready by the end of this week.
I have recently joined a fantastic community of lovely crochet designers, and thought that it would be super fun to share some of their amazing designs with you.
So here are 18 Fun, Quick & Easy Crochet Patterns by 12 Stunning Ladies!
~~~Pictures Below Link To Patterns~~~
Two of my favourite crochet people recently wrote 10 random things about themselves. It started with Sedie of Yarn Obsession, and was then followed by Lorene of Cre8tion Crochet.
Both are such beautiful people, and I was pleasantly surprised to learn that we have even more things in common besides crochet. I share 5 random things with Sedie and 3 with Lorene, which I think is pretty cool.
I thought both of theirs were brilliant, and that you all would like to know a little bit more behind the face of Rebeckah's Treasures. So, here's 10 random things you may not know about me...
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