Por ahora les traigo un nuevo vestido que he tejido el día de hoy para mi muñeca kalany, es un vestido ideal para los días calurosos propios del verano, pero en esta ocasión es un diseño propio algo improvisado que fue surgiendo a medida que iba tejiendo, el resultado me encantó y como pueden ver, Kalany también esta muy feliz con su nuevo outfit.
Hello my dear needleworkers, I am happy to return to share another needle Monday with you, as I have been a little absent. However, I have been very active weaving new projects that I hope to be able to share on my blog soon.
For now I bring you a new dress that I have knitted today for my kalany doll, it is an ideal dress for the hot days of summer, but this time it is a somewhat improvised own design that emerged as I was weaving, I loved the result and as you can see, Kalany is also very happy with her new outfit.
|Hilo acrílico||Acrylic yarn|
|Agujas para crochet||Crochet hooks|
|Aguja Lanera||Wool needle|
The first part of this dress is a top made in the shape of a triangle, which is done very easily by following the diagram that I show you in the image below.
Knitting as indicated by the pattern, we are going to complete 4 rounds which is the right size for Barbie's bust.
Then we knit a chain at one end of the triangle and join it to the other end so that it surrounds the torso of the doll, 2 rounds of single crochets are knitted to start knitting the skirt.
To knit the skirt a bit loose, we make "V" stitches in all the rounds until we achieve the desired length.
For the edge of the skirt, work three rounds of "v" stitches this time with 2 single crochets separated by chain 3. This gives it a zig zag finish that I really liked.
To finish we knit 2 small cords of chain stitches, one for the neck and the other for the waist.
The result is a very fresh dress, with a very nice neckline. I hope they like it as much as I do. Thanks for reading and until a next post.
Todas las fotos fueron tomadas con mi teléfono celular, editadas con Photo Collage. / All potos were taken with my cellular phone and edited with Photo Collage.
Credits to: @eve66 to create the text dividers