Little Princess Sara Crochet Baby Dress Free Pattern

\I’m happy to announce the first crochet baby dress for 2020 at Soukaina Collections… Little Princess Sara Crochet Baby Dress!

I’m also delighted to tell you that the Complete Set is ready. You can download The ad-free printable PDF on Etsy Here for the Baby Dress only, or Here for the Complete Set (the baby dress plus the matching headband, hat and shoes), or just keep reading to follow the free pattern on the blog…

Princess Sara Crochet Baby Dress Complete Set
The Princess Sara Crochet Baby Dress Complete Set

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Did you know that every time I release a brand new baby dress design, I’m excited (for sure) but I’m also a little bit anxious at the same time… until I get the first positive feedback from you. I’m waiting for my readers and customers to tell me that they love it…

The truth is that when I released my first baby dress (the pink baby dress) on the blog a couple of months ago, I didn’t expect that it would become my most popular baby girl design. But YOU told me that you like it and that’s what important.

I can’t even tell you how I’m happy when you share it, and when you actually try it and send me the final picture of your crocheted dress!

Make a great baby shower gift
Make a memorable baby shower gift

Sometimes, you think that you’ve just crocheted the best baby girl dress in the world, then you release it and find out that it’s not the case!

But for this one, I’ve already got a lot of positive feedback because I decided to ask my fellow crocheters on Facebook what they think about my brand new dress while I was doing it and I got dozens of positive feedback.

It’s a wonderful feeling to know that your audience likes your design while you are actually in the creation phase. From now on, I think that I will try to gather feedback before I start crocheting my new design. After all, I make all my designs for you and your little princesses, so knowing what you love before I even start crocheting it the best thing to do.

The Story…

Princess Sara is actually the third crochet baby dress pattern here at Soukaina Collections. I really enjoy designing these beautiful crochet baby girl dresses, I crochet them with love because these little ones look so cute in their dress.

A couple of days ago, I was thinking about my third baby dress, and since the first one was a huge success, I said to myself: why not doing a gorgeous dress like the pink baby dress but slightly different?

After that, I started thinking about the dress color. What my readers like? Orange, green, rose, or pink?

I went on and just asked mum what color she wanted, and in addition, I asked in a few crochet groups on Facebook because I knew my fellow crocheters could help.

In fact, I got dozens of answers, thank you! Some of you told me that for a newborn dress, you preferred a lighter color, while others told me that dark colors are great as well.

The thing is that I had already started the cowl. Someone in the group suggested that I add a line of white to make the red appear lighter, and I did that. Thanks for the great advice.

As for you, feel free to do it in any color, it’s up to you, and don’t forget to show me your completed handmade baby dress on Facebook, Instagram or Ravelry.

Save it to Pinterest!

Crochet Baby Dress 0-3m Pinterest
Gorgeous Baby Dress 0-3 months

I’ve designed Princess Sara baby girl dress with three different stitches, the Shell stitch, the Fan stitch, and the Picot stitch. I’ve used the Picot stitch for the neck and arms (as you can see in the color white), and the shell stitch for the skirt part, it’s a beautiful stitch. It makes the dress look gorgeous with a beautiful texture. As for the round with color, it’s made with the fan stitch.

I have used 2 balls of Red color and 1 ball of White color.

You will be able to complete this gorgeous baby dress in just one day. If you start it early in the morning, your little princess will be able to wear it in the evening…

Below, you’ll find Princess Sara crochet baby dress free pattern in sizes 0-3 and 3-6 months.

This design is suitable for beginners and advanced crocheters.

Skill level: Easy/Medium

SIZES:

0-3 months:

  • Head circumference = 33 – 36 cm.
  • Neck circumference = 25 or 30 cm
  • Shoulder Length = 6.5 – 7 cm.
  • Dress length = 35 cm.

3-6 months:

  • Head circumference = 36 – 40.5 cm.
  • Neck circumference = 30 cm
  • Shoulder Length = 7 cm.
  • Dress length = 38 cm.

Note:

You can find other sizes in the PDF in my Etsy Shop HERE!

Here’s a Size Chart to crochet the pink baby dress in any size:

Baby and child sizes chart
Baby and child sizes chart

Materials / Supplies:
You will need :

  • Crochet hook size: 3mm (D/3).
  • Yarn Medium (4): wool or cotton in any color (140g). (I used wool yarn HiMALAYA EVERYDAY, 100% Acrylic / 100 g – 250 mt, 273 yards, 3.5 oz, color Pink Red color and OF White color).
  • Stitch markers.
  • Scissors.
  • Yarn Needle.
  • Tape measure.
  • 1 Button.
  • 1 Flower (you can see the tutorial Here!).

STITCHES:

  • Ch – chain
  • St/sts – stitch/stitches
  • Sl st – slip stitch (Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over and pull through both the stitch and loop on the hook).
  • Sc – single crochet (Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over pull through two loops).
  • Dc – double crochet (Yarn over. Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over pull through stitch. Yarn over pull through two loops. Yarn over pull through two loops).
  • Lacy Shell Stitch – (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) all in the same stitch ( ch space).
  • P – picot stitch

PATTERN NOTES:

  • If the number is written before the stitch 2 hdc work 2hdc into the same stitch. If the number is written after the stitch hdc 2 work hdc into next 2 stitches.
  • Repeat what is written in the () as many times as it’s written right after the (). For example: Repeat (2hdc, hdc1) 5 times. It means that you have to repeat the sequence work 2 hdc sts into the same st. 1 hdc into the next one 5 times. And you will get 5 additional stitches by doing that.
  • The slip stitch does not count as a stitch in the pattern.
  • Ch 3 does count as a stitch and the 2nd stitch should be in the next stitch.
  • At the end of each round/row please count how many sts do you have at the end of that round/row.

PATTERN

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Princess Sara Crochet Baby Dress (0 – 3 Months)

THE GAUGE: Work 20 chain stitches and 26 rows in Sc using a 4 mm crochet hook with a medium yarn (4) to measure 10 x 10 cm (4′ x 4′).

RED COLOR:

Start with 64 chain sts (30 cm) you can do 25 cm. Then add Ch 2. Neck circumference = 25 cm

Round 1: Dc in the 4th ch from the hook, 1 Dc in next 2 Ch, Dc 2 in the same next Ch, Now repeat (1 Dc in next 3 Ch, 2 Dc in next Ch) around, 2 Dc in the last Ch. (80 sts)

Round 2: Ch 3, Dc in next 3 sts, 2 Dc in next st, Now repeat (Dc in next 4 sts, 2 Dc in next st) around, 2 Dc in the last st. (96 sts)

Round 3: Ch 3, Dc in next 4 sts, 2 Dc in next st, Now repeat (Dc in next 5 sts, 2 Dc in next st) around, 2 Dc in the last st. (112 sts)

Round 4: Ch 3, Dc in next 5 sts, 2 Dc in next st, Now repeat (Dc in next 6 sts, 2 Dc in next st) around, 2 Dc in the last st. (128 sts)

Round 5: Ch 3, Dc in next 6 sts, 2 Dc in next st, Now repeat (Dc in next 7 sts, 2 Dc in next st) around, 2 Dc in the last st. (144 sts)

Round 6: Ch 1, sc in the same st, Sc in next 16 sts, Ch 3, now skip 38 sts, Sc in next 34 sts, Ch 3, now skip 37 sts, Sc in next 18 sts, Sl st in the first st. (75 sts + 6 Chains)

Shoulder Length = 6.5 – 7 cm.

THE SKIRT:

Round 7: after you made sl st, Ch 3, shell st in the same st (2 dc, ch1, 2 Dc) all in next st, skip 1 st, shell st next, now repeat (skip 1 st, shell st in next st) around, skip 1 st and Sl st in the 3rd Ch. (38 shells)

Round 8-21: Ch 3, shell st in next each shell space, repeat that around, Sl st in the 3rd Ch. (38 shells)

WHITE COLOR:

Round 22-23: Ch 3, shell st in next each shell space, repeat that around, Sl st in the 3rd Ch. (38 shells)

RED COLOR:

Round 24-25: Ch 3, shell st in next each shell space, repeat that around, Sl st in the 3rd Ch. (38 shells)

WHITE COLOR:

Round 26: Ch 1, 6 Dc in the next shell st space, repeat that around, Sl st in the first st. (38 shells)

Dress length = 35 cm. You can do more longer than 35 cm by adding more rounds (repeat round 8 then when you reach the length you want, make round 26)

FASTEN OFF.

FINISHING:

WHITE COLOR:

THE ARMS: Now insert the hook into one of the sts in the arm. Then make Ch 1, Sc in the same st, Sc in next st, make P st (Ch 3, and Sl St into the 3rd Ch), Sc in next 2 sts, P st, now repeat (Sc in next 2 sts, P st) around, Sl st in the first st. (39 Sc) (20 Picot sts) Fasten off.

THE NECK: Now insert the hook into one of the sts in the neck. Then Sc in the same st, Sc in next st, P sts, now repeat (Sc in next 2 sts, P st) around, Sl st in the same st, Ch 8, Sl st in the same st. (64 sts) (30 Picot sts). Fasten off.

Now, add your button and a beautiful flower.

crochet baby dress with flower
Add a nice embroidered flower
Add a button on the back
And add a nice button on the back

You are done!

Below you will find the pattern for 3 to 6 months.

Princess Sara Crochet Baby Dress (3 – 6 Months)

THE GAUGE: Work 20 chain stitches and 26 rows in Sc using a 4 mm crochet hook with a medium yarn (4) to measure 10 x 10 cm (4′ x 4′).

RED COLOR:

Start with 64 chain sts (30 cm). Then add Ch 2. Neck circumference = 30 cm

Round 1: Dc in the 4th ch from the hook, 1 Dc in next 2 Ch, Dc 2 in the same next Ch, Now repeat (1 Dc in next 3 Ch, 2 Dc in next Ch) around, 2 Dc in the last Ch. (80 sts)

Round 2: Ch 3, Dc in next 3 sts, 2 Dc in next st, Now repeat (Dc in next 4 sts, 2 Dc in next st) around, 2 Dc in the last st. (96 sts)

Round 3: Ch 3, Dc in next 4 sts, 2 Dc in next st, Now repeat (Dc in next 5 sts, 2 Dc in next st) around, 2 Dc in the last st. (112 sts)

Round 4: Ch 3, Dc in next 5 sts, 2 Dc in next st, Now repeat (Dc in next 6 sts, 2 Dc in next st) around, 2 Dc in the last st. (128 sts)

Round 5: Ch 3, Dc in next 6 sts, 2 Dc in next st, Now repeat (Dc in next 7 sts, 2 Dc in next st) around, 2 Dc in the last st. (144 sts)

Round 6: Ch 3, Dc in next 7 sts, 2 Dc in next st, Now repeat (Dc in next 8 sts, 2 Dc in next st) around, 2 Dc in the last st. (160 sts)

Round 7: Ch 1, sc in the same st, Sc in next 19 sts, Ch 3, now skip 40 sts, Sc in next 40 sts, Ch 3, now skip 40 sts, Sc in next 20 sts, Sl st in the first st. (80 sts + 6 Chains)

Shoulder Length = 7 cm.

THE SKIRT:

Round 8: after you made sl st, Ch 3, shell st in the same st (2 dc, ch1, 2 Dc) all in next st, skip 1 st, shell st next, now repeat (skip 1 st, shell st in next st) around, skip 1 st and Sl st in the 3rd Ch. (42 shells)

Round 9-24: Ch 3, shell st in next each shell space, repeat that around, Sl st in the 3rd Ch. (42 shells)

WHITE COLOR:

Round 25-26: Ch 3, shell st in next each shell space, repeat that around, Sl st in the 3rd Ch. (42 shells)

RED COLOR:

Round 27-28: Ch 3, shell st in next each shell space, repeat that around, Sl st in the 3rd Ch. (42 shells)

WHITE COLOR:

Round 29: Ch 1, 6 Dc in the next shell st space, repeat that around, Sl st in the first st. (42 shells)

Dress length = 38 cm. You can do more longer than 38 cm by adding more rounds (repeat round 9 then when you reach the length you want, make round 29)

FASTEN OFF.

FINISHING:

WHITE COLOR:

THE ARMS: Now insert the hook into one of the sts in the arm. Then make Ch 1, Sc in the same st, Sc in next st, make P st (Ch 3, and Sl St into the 3rd Ch), Sc in next 2 sts, P st, now repeat (Sc in next 2 sts, P st) around, Sl st in the first st. (42 Sc) (22 Picot sts) Fasten off.

THE NECK: Now insert the hook into one of the sts in the neck. Then Sc in the same st, Sc in next st, P sts, now repeat (Sc in next 2 sts, P st) around, Sl st in the same st, Ch 8, Sl st in the same st. (64 sts) (30 Picot sts). Fasten off.

You are done!

That’s it!

I can’t wait to see a picture of your finished baby dress. This lovely baby girl dress is perfect for your next baby shower gift.

And as always, I’m happy to help, so if you are a beginner and you want to make my Princess Sally dress for your little one, or you just want to make an awesome and memorable gift, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below if you need help with anything. I reply to every single comment.

If you have any idea or suggestions for a new baby dress, a color, a stitch or anything you’d like to see for my next crochet design, just let me know!

Thank you so much for following and supporting my blog. I can’t wait to see your crocheted Princess Sara baby dress. When you are done, please tag me #soukainacollections on Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest.

Also, it would be very nice if you could help me spread the word about the gorgeous Princess Sara baby girl dress on Facebook or Pinterest.

Complete Princess Sally Baby Dress Set
Complete Princess Sally Baby Dress Set

Finally, you can get the inexpensive, ad-free princess Sara crochet baby girl dress pattern printable PDF on Etsy Here.

Update: The pdf for the complete baby girl outfit (baby dress, hat, headband, and booties) is ready (& gorgeous) and available on Etsy Here.

Happy crocheting )

Soukaina

Welcome! Here you will find modern crochet patterns designed with love for babies, kids, and teens. I like to design baby outfits like this cute baby dress set. If you love my designs, feel free to share them with your friends. Thank you and happy crocheting!

This Post Has 40 Comments

  1. Sylvia

    I love this pattern I was wondering and sorry if I sound rude but do you have a YouTube channel with you making this dress I am a bit slow amd some times I have to watch some
    One doing it for it to sink in,
    Angel Blessings
    Sylvia

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Sylvia,

      I’m so happy that you love my pattern, and i don’t find anything rude in your comment at all, it’s a great comment.
      As for a YouTube channel, unfortunately, i don’t have one at the moment, i may get on YouTube in a near future. Sorry for that.

      So for now, if you decide to try it and do the dress, I’m here to help you out with anything, just ask.
      Thank you and have a wonderful day.

  2. Dawn

    Trying to figure how you ended up with 38 shells for the 0-3 mo size princess sara crochet dress. I have gone over the 75 stitches 2 times and still end up with 37 shells. I slip stitch into first stitch, skip next and started my shell in the next. Can u draw a simple diagram and let me know just how u are able to end up with 38?

    Thanks
    Dawn

    1. Soukaina

      Diagram
      .
      Hi Dawn,
      I’m sorry, I just corrected round 7 in the pattern. I removed that part in round #7: Ch 3, and skip 1 ST, now, so this is the updated part: Ch 3, now…

      So don’t skip 1 stitch after you made slip stitch, here’s how to get the 38 shells:
      .
      First, in round 6, you should have 75 stitches and 6 chains (3 chains for the first armhole and 3 chains for the second armhole), Then slip stitch in the first stitch (sc) to join.
      .
      After you have made sl st, ch 3, and in the same st make shell stitch, then skip one st, and in next make shell st, until you have 9 shells st, then in the armhole (the 3 ch) make one shell st, then in the first st after the 3 ch ( next armhole), make shell st, skip one st, until you have 18 shells st, then make one shell st in the armhole, then in the first st after the 3 ch (next armhole) make one shell st, skip one st, until you have 9 shells st as before, then sl st in the 3rd ch.
      .
      Finally, you should have 38 shells st.
      Thank you again for pointing this out, and let me know if everything is fine on your end now.

      Soukaina
      P.S. I did my best with the diagram, I hope it makes sense.

      1. FBT

        Hello beautiful dress but I also cannot see round 7 it’s covered by the beautiful picture and I don’t get how the arms and back are joined. Thank you

  3. Sherry

    I hate to be a pain but on the first row I cannot get 80 sts. I Ch 64 as directed, but I have done row 1 (dc in next 3Ch, then 2dc in next Ch) over and over and over again, yet the closest I can get is 77…help!

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Sherry!

      First, you didn’t add 2 Ch after 64 chains, so it will end up with 66 chains.
      Secondly, don’t work Dc in next 3 Ch from the beginning! You have to Dc in the 4th Ch (skip 3 chains) first. Then Dc in next, Dc in next, 2 Dc in next. Now you have the ch 3 and 5 dc.
      Thirdly, now you can repeat the sequence (dc in next 3 Ch, then 2Dc in next Ch). Dc, Dc, Dc, 2 Dc, …repeat!

      Now you will get 80 sts (Ch 3 count as a stitch).

      Please let me know if everything is clear. I hope I have helped you.

      Thank you for your comment.
      Happy crocheting!

      Soukaina

      1. Engy

        Hello!
        I have a problem with round one, please help.
        So now I should end up with 80 sts, but o always end up with 77 DCs + 3 CHs. I checked my counting many times, I checked how many ch I did, and it was always 66 sts, and again I end up with 77 sts + 3 chs.
        What do I do??
        Thanks in advance.

        1. Engy

          I I found another comment that had the same problem and I followed your instructions on her comment and still have this problem.

          1. Jane

            Engy – I too struggled with the very first row. I’ve never seen the first row of chain stitches written that way. I tried the directions numerous times & gave up. I just made my own row of chain stitches that would give me her finished count of 80 DC stitches for round 2. Even though it was not an “increase” round, it still turned out just fine.

  4. Petra

    Is there a pattern for a 9month. Or should I use a bigger hook?
    Thank you.

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Petra!

      Thank you for your comment.

      You can find my pattern for 0-12 months in my Shop! everything is explained on the set in my add free pdf on Etsy (you’ll find the link to the complete set above).

      Thanks

      Soukaina

  5. Dana

    Hi soukaina. I’m making the dress, congrats for the cute lovely design. Once I finished it I just wished it was my size to jump in it.❤️
    My quistion is how did you make the flower and the rest of the set (shoes,head band and hat)?
    Thank you

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Dana!

      Thank you for your kind words. I’m so glad you love my little dress!

      I will post the patterns for the shoes, hat and headband on the blog next month, but if you can’t wait, everything is explained on the set in my add free pdf on Etsy (you’ll find the link to the complete set above).

      If you can wait, make sure to come back next month for the update.

  6. Iryth

    OMG. This is adorable. I’d love to make it for 18-month old and 2 year old girls. What would I need to do to size it up?

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Iryth!

      Thank you for your kind words. I’m so glad you love my little dress!

      You can find my pattern in my Shop! I explained how to make the set in any size!
      you’ll find the link to the complete set above.

      Happy crocheting!

      Soukaina

  7. Retha

    I am wondering. After doing the skirt how far up to the neck should it be sewn or worked together.. I didn’t read anything in the finishing about connecting the back?

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Retha!

      Thank you for your comment.

      The dress is worked from top to the bottom, there’s nothing to sew!
      It’s worked together.

      Thank you

      Soukaina

  8. Kenna

    Hello! I was wondering for round 7 am I suppose to ch 3 then shell then ch 3 then shell… or just ch 3 then shell then shell then shell…..

    1. Soukaina

      Hello Kenna!

      Sorry for the delay.
      In round 7 you just ch 3, then shell, skip 1 st, and shell…repeat

      I hope you will make a nice dress for your little princess <3

      Thank you.

      Soukaina.

  9. Candy

    Love this dress! I can’t wait to get started. Does the store have it sized up for a child yet. My granddaughter is six and is being blessed with a little sister in September. It would be fun to make the matching dresses.

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Candy!

      Thank you for your comment.

      That’s sounds interesting! I’m so happy that you love my dress.

      Sure,you can find my pattern in my Etsy shop. The pattern is for 0 to 12 months, but I explained how to make the dress for any size in the written pattern too.

      I hope you will enjoy my pattern.

      Have a nice day!

      Soukaina.

  10. Lucille

    Hello. Love this dress and am anxious to make it. Would you be good enough to tell me what yarn and color this is. I know you say red and white but it doesn’t look like a usual red. Thank you for your time.
    Lucille

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Lucille,

      Thank you for your comment.

      The yarn I used is HiMALAYA EVERYDAY Dark red color RENK: 73409 LOT: 19/551

      Happy crocheting!

      Soukaina

  11. Jean Mclean

    I am making the dress for my great granddaughter due in June but am having trouble as row 7 has been covered by pictures of the yolk. Could you please help.

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Jean Mclean,

      Thank you for your comment
      I’m so happy that you make the dress for your great granddaughter.

      Sure, I will help you!
      Round 7: for 0-3 months:
      Ch 3, shell st (2 Dc, Ch 1, 2 Dc) all in next st, skip 1 st, shell st in next, skip 1 st… repeat.

      I hope you will make a nice dress.
      Please let me know if everything is clearly. I hope I have helped you.

      Soukaina

  12. Brenda Cooper

    I am having the same issue on the 3-6 mo dress. Row 7 is hidden with the pictures of the yoke and I cannot see the instructions for finishing the top and getting ready for the skirt and making the beginning of the arm hole space. Thank you

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Brenda Cooper!

      Thank you for your comment.

      I will send you an email so you can see the instructions.

      Have a nice day!

      Soukaina.

      1. M

        Hi
        Please am having the same issue cannot see round 7 for 3-6mo. Could you please help send via email too?
        Thank you

  13. Miss Mahtab

    Today I feel happy When I see this. It’s a great idea for crocheters who love to crochet. this is so beautiful. really it’s so creative and it’s so useful for everyone. Thanks for the helpful ideas. I hope everyone will love this.

  14. Miss Mahtab

    I love your ideas. That’s all is so impressive and unique. you are doing nice and loveable crocheting.

  15. Cameron Anderson

    Hello, I’m loving this pattern so far. But I’m a little confused on round 6. It says 75 stitches, but when I read your pattern and count what I have, for both I only count 69 stitches. Where do the extra 6 come from?

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Cameron!

      Thank you for your comment.
      Yes sorry it was a mistake.
      it should be 69 sts + 3 ch (75)

      I hope you will make a nice dress.

      Have a great day!

      Soukaina.

  16. Sahana

    Can you explain thisplz
    Now repeat (1 Dc in next 3 Ch, 2 Dc in next Ch) around, 

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Sahana!

      Thank you for your comment.

      Sure, work double crochet (dc) in next, dc in next m, dc in next, then 2 dc in the next ch
      Repeat that until at the end.

      Soukaina

  17. Ellen

    Hi, you say rounds, for the yoke, do you join the rows? If so how, or do you turn do a turning chain? This isn’t explained at the end of each of the yoke rounds.

    1. Soukaina

      Hi Ellen
      Thank you for your comment

      You should to turn on each round until round 6 and you will join.

      I hope you will make a nice dress

      Happy crocheting!

      Soukaina

  18. Mallory

    Hello!! I’m having a hard time making my brain work here so I thought I would reach out for help . I am making the 0-3 month, I have zero issues with the patter but I feel like it is really large. I notice there is very little variation in the pattern for 0-3 and the 3-6. They both start with 64 ch? I see a note you can make the ch 25cm instead of 30 but it doesn’t give any pattern alternate. So if I am doing a 25cm ch instead of 30cm how many stitches do I need to drop by to maintain the pattern integrity? For example do I need to drop stitches in groups of 3 to make sure that at the end of my increases I have no added stitches left. I hope this makes sense as I am so stuck 🤣🤷🏼‍♀️

  19. Au Vu

    Thank you for your sharing. I made one for my friend’s daughter for her 1st birthday. I don’t know how to attach the photo of it. My friends like the dress a lot.
    Au

  20. Nicola

    Hi! This is such a gorgeous pattern, congratulations for making something so beautiful.
    I’d really love to make this for a friend of a friend. I am struggling with the first couple of rows. I have an Aran (worsted weight) as I don’t think we have a medium weight equivalent in the UK. I need to chain around 52 to get 30cm. I was trying to work out- is the pattern in multiples of 4? When it says 2 x DC in the last stitch- is this separate from the blocks of 4 (3dc then increase)? I would really appreciate any assistance as I said- it is a gorgeous item 🙂

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