Crochet Purple Dress
700g of violet Brilliant yarn (45% wool, 55% acryl; 380m/100g);
Crochet hook 2.
Make 99 chain sts (11 pattern repeats) + 2 chain sts increase and work with pattern due to the scheme. At 31 cm height from the beginning of work, decrease 1 st in edging stripes of double crochets, make 5 rows straight, decrease 1 double crochet in the next 2 rows, crochet 5 rows straight, decrease 1 double crochet in the same stripes of double crochets. There are 2 crochets left in edging stripes of double crochets. Make 10 rows straight, then, increase 1 double crochet from both sides in the same stripes of double crochets, repeat these increases in 10 rows. Then, work straight to arm-hole. At 71 cm height from the beginning of work, bind off the edging 4 crochets from both sides and make rose-knot, bind off 5 crochets in a row. Then, crochet straight for 16 cm, after that, leave the central 3 pattern repeat open and finish each side separately. Bind off 4 crochets in the next row from inwards, finish your work in 4 cm. Make second side in symmetry.
Make 108 chain sts (12 pattern repeats) + 2 chain sts increase and work in the same way, as back. At 31 cm height, start making decreases and increases in 3 stripes of double crochets from both sides of central stripe, as it’s described above. For neck-hole, leave the central 3 pattern repeats open 2 cm lower, then, back, then, finish each side separately. For smooth rounding, bind off 5 double crochets in the next 2nd row from inwards. Finish your work at the height of back.
Make 45 chain sts + 2 chain sts increase. Crochet 6 rows straight, then, increase 10 x 1 st in every 2nd row, then, 4 x 1 st in every 4th row from both sides, include the increased sts in the pattern. At 46 cm height of sleeve, bind off 5 sts from both sides for arm-holes and then, 1 x 6 sts, 15 x 1 st in every 2nd row. At 60 cm height of sleeve, finish your work. Make second sleeve in the same way.
Make side, shoulder and sleeve seams. Fasten neck-hole, bottom of sleeves and dress with “shrimp stitch”.