8 Cute and Stylish Free Crochet Dresses Pattern Design Ideas

#1 Shore Thing Dress Crochet Pattern

If you use a unique crochet technique combined with perfect yarn, then you can easily create a high fashion dress. This dress uses hair clip lace which is easy to learn and makes an eye catching design. It is embroidered using a silk blend thread for an elegant luxurious crochet fashion. Here is another crochet dress that uses some unique techniques. It includes broomstick lace, a stunning openwork technique. Also includes Tunisian crochet. These two techniques enhance the other basic crochet stitches. The result is a truly original crochet fashion you can be proud to wear anywhere.

Use any size hook to get your prey.

The instructions are for the X-Small / Small size. Changes for the Medium / Large, X-Large / 2X-Large and 3X-Large / 4X-Large sizes are in parentheses.

To fit bust: 30-34 (36-42, 44-50, 52-58) “76-86.5 (91.5-106.5, 112-127, 132-147.5) cm

Finished Bust / Hips: 42 (48, 56, 65) ”106.5 (122, 142, 165) cm, after lockdown.

Finished Length: 36 (37, 38, 39) “91.5
(94, 96.5, 99) cm.

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#2 Pretty Spring Dress Crochet Pattern

You will love this Pretty Spring Dress pattern. The simple, oversized design is perfect for a barbecue with friends or to throw your swimsuit on the beach. There are no increases or decreases or fancy stitch counts, making this the perfect lace crochet dress pattern for beginners. The dress is sized from S to 5XL, and detailed step-by-step photos make it easy for anyone!

• Size S to 5XL
• Beginner pattern
• US crochet notations.
• Techniques and stitches: chain, single crochet, double crochet, high crochet, puff stitch
• Illustrated photographs step by step

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#3 Triple Threat Dress Crochet Pattern

Speaking of things that come and go, my fashion style will always change like the wind. As it happens, at the time I came up with this design, I was diving into a rabbit hole of Disney Fashion Bloggers who love vintage style and bold patterns, which greatly influenced this design. I knew I wanted to do something simple, yet elegant and daring, and so The Triple Threat Dress was born! When the team gave me my homework, they asked me to try and create a design that would be great for a New Years Eve night, however it just so happens that the red and white design I ended up creating seemed to work. Christmas, New Years, and Valentine’s Day, hence the name The Triple Threat Dress. You can face 3 holidays in 1 dress!

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#4 Wrap Me Up Dress Crochet Pattern

Last year I made a Christmas tree dress which was something I had wanted to do for a few years before taking the leap. Since then, designing “Ugly Christmas Dresses” every year is one of my goals that I really enjoy. So this year I found my design inspiration in gift wrapping! Personally, I’m not good at gift wrapping, but man, are there some wizards around who can use wrapping paper and bows to turn a plain old box into a real work of art?

This is one of the first dress designs I’ve done that doesn’t fit (half of the reasoning behind that is definitely because doing the math for tight patterns isn’t my favorite thing to do haha), but horizontal ribbon ties in the back of helps it fit snugly around your waist and creates the illusion of being snug. The pattern takes a bit of time as it takes a little time to work on the main body section; however, it is not a difficult pattern by any means!

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#5 Mae Cabled Tunic Dress Crochet Pattern


Medium weight yarn
Yarn: Cascade Cascade 220 yarn (100% wool; 220 yards 200 meters / 100 grams): # 8011 Aspen Heather (8 (9, 10, 11, 12) balls).
Needles: US size 8 (5.0mm) straight; US size 8 (5.0mm) 24 “circular
Notions: Markers (6), removable markers (8), stitch holder or waste thread, cable needle, tapestry needle, row counter (optional).
Specialty stitches: cable pattern; Mattress stitch

Notes on the pattern ~ The pattern is worked in separate parts in rows from bottom to top and then sewn with mattress stitch for stability. The charts only show the rows on the right side. Work sts as they appear on rows from WS. The body runs straight without shaping the waist. The sleeves are knitted in rows from the hem up without the arm crowns and are placed in dropped shoulder openings.

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#6 Cozy Cabled Sweater Dress Crochet Pattern

When I saw that the velvet yarn was coming back, I was really excited! I had some velvet knit sweaters back in the 90’s, and they were my favorite things to wear. So naturally, when the new velvet yarns came out, I knew I would have to design a sweater.
This sweater dress features a simple design, with a bold, wide cord running down the front. It pairs beautifully with leggings or skinny jeans. And the length is fully customizable, so you can make it a typical sweater length, or even a cropped sweater!

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#7 Naisen neulemekko Dress Crochet Pattern

Knit dress from top to bottom in Novita Venla. The dress is decorated with a beautiful curve of lace.
A beautiful lace yoke adorns this dress from top to bottom
Ein nahtlos vom Hals abwärts gestricktes Kleid. This round of crosses with a motif pattern of the dress.

Finished measurements
86 (94) 102 (110) 118 cm – body circumference / body circumference
102 (104) 106 (108) 110 cm – length of dress in the center of the back / Length (center of the back)
46 (47) 48 (48) 49 cm – Inner sleeve length

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#8 All seasons Dress Crochet Pattern

Llamé a este vestido para todas las estaciones porque se puede adaptar fácilmente a cualquier estación.
Por ejemplo: para otoño e invierno puedes hacerlo tal cual o puedes hacerlo simple sin disminuir para formar el weist y sin aumentar para formar las caderas.
Para primavera puedes hacerlo con un hilo adecuado para esta temporada y con una manga trabajada hasta el codo. En ese caso, debes hacer la disminución de las mangas (como te mostraré) en cada fila.
Para el verano también puedes trabajar como está pero sin mangas. También use un hilo adecuado, y en los slevees solo puede hacer el borde.

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