I know, I just returned! On Tuesday my nana passed away, today and tomorrow I will be attending her services and then spending time with family. While I am saddened by her death and will miss her, she is finally at rest and will be joining her husband.
Besides the services I desperately need to do some cleaning and organizing around this house. I have 4 laundry baskets piled high with clean laundry and literally have a mountain of dirty laundry in the Drama Queens’ bedroom. I have stuff I do need to post, so I will be working on that as well.
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These are super simple to make (if you crochet, if not you can purchase those stretchy crochet headbands and skip the crochet part).
I begin with my favorite hook size (5mm) and I figure out my gauge (which varies every time I crochet, you can get yours by creating a chain of 10 and creating 10 rows, from there you can determine the length per single crochet and per row). Once I have my gauge I measure around the chest and from just under the armpits to the waist to determine how large a bodice I will need to create. Most of my bodices are just simple single crochet, that I may change colors on. I will sometimes do an overlapping shell on the bottom to give it some flair and to hide where I attach the tulle.
Determine how long you want the skirt to be. I will usually do mine around a foot long, so I will cut my tulle into 2 foot sections. Then figure out how many sections you will need. I usually add 2 sections of tulle to each single crochet around because I like a full skirt. You can add one section to each single crochet or skip and do every other. I fold each piece in half and then loop it through, after I am done some times I will trim them to all be equal, other times I will leave them different lengths to give it more of a punk look.
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Happy blogaversary Jen!! Here’s to many more years to come!
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