This project has been done for awhile now but I still had to share the process with everyone!
For this project I use Vanna’s Choice… it’s a yarn that I have never used before but Melody said that she recommended it. So, I just had to give it a try.
I loved the colors that they have available and it was actually hard to decided on what two colors that I wanted to use. I ended up picking a nice neutral earthy color called Linen and I paired it with a deep Burgundy color. These two colors totally made me think of fall.
Aren’t they just beautiful?!
The first Segment that was sent out was a rather quick one. A simple little flower. Hmm what could it be for?
I chose to do it in the burgundy color. This will be used for all of the accent parts of the project. So, that means I will be using the linen color for the bulk of the project.
The 3rd segment added the main color to the flower. Yup! I can say that I like this color combination.
Back to the accent color for the 3rd segment. This is looking pretty cute! I just love the added border. Still not sure what we might be making, what do you think?
Segment 4 she had us go back to the main color. This was a little tricky since we were working behind the “border” that we created in the last segment.
I bet you guessed what segment 5 was… had to add the trapezoid shape to the other side of the piece. It kind of reminds me of the top of a bib maybe….
With Segment 6 we added the “body” part. Now it’s starting to look like something. It’s definitely something that a little girl wears around their chest area!
Wonder what we will be adding for Segment 7…
Looks like the start of a little skirt!
The rest of the segment just had you add more length to the piece. I had decided to change it up a little and added in some color. For the bottom row, Melody had us add the same border that we added to the flower piece at the start of the Mystery Create-a-long.
Here is the picture of my finished piece! I just love how it looks as I am sure you can tell by the strings.
You can buy this dress pattern in either crochet or knit by clicking the links below!