• I’m sorry, Ana, I seem to have completely missed your comment! Thank you very much, I’m really very glad you like it. Hugs from America! 🙂

  1. Beth

    Love the pattern I made it all with eas, however I am having a very hard time attaching the bodice to the skirt. The bodice seams to small to fit all the way around. Help did I do something wrong?

    • Thank you, Beth! Actually, the bodice doesn’t really go all the way around the skirt – I never got around to fixing it. There’s a bit of an opening at the back, from memory I think it was about 1 cm. I just sewed the clasps further up the back – at the very top and then about halfway down the bodice. If the hole really bothers you, you could crochet something to cover it, but I was worried that would make the skirt opening too small. As is, it just shows a tiny bit of Elsa’s back (but the cape covers it up!) I hope this helps, sorry for the inconvenience. 🙂

      • Beth

        Well I just made the skirt a little smaller, instead of chaining 63 to start I chained 43 and then tweaked how many times I could do the dc2tog around, It lessened the gap in the back.. I also altered the top by starting my chain with 16 instead of 13 then followed directions the same until row 8 were I ch 1, turned ,sc 10, (instead of 6) 4 dc in the next st, sk1, sc2tog, sk1,4 dc in next st, sc in the last 10 . By making these changes It closed the gap in the back of the top completely. I also made the top part (black part of the top) without the sleeves. I to can’t imagine getting barbies hands down that sleeve Thank you Cogaroo crafts I had a lot of fun making it and growing with crocheting. I also made Elsa’s snow gown I am adding little snow flakes to the bottom of the gown and then it to will be complete. Onto Anna’s outfits. Thanks for sharing your talent, my granddaughters are gonna love them.

        • Sorry for the delayed reply, Beth! Thanks so much for posting your modifications – the gap always bugged me, but I never got around to fixing it, so I really appreciate you sharing them. I’m sure your granddaughters will love the dresses! Thanks again for the feedback!

  2. Christi

    First, THANK YOU for the Frozen patterns. My son is crazy for the movie, so I think I’ll be making these for him. (It may have better results than trying to sew them.) Any chance of making some creations for Kristoff or Hans? Shirts, anyway; not sure crochet pants are the way to go. 🙂

    • It was my pleasure! I’m glad you like them. I don’t have any Ken dolls for fittings, but if I ever get one, I will put Frozen shirts on the top of the list. Yes, crochet pants don’t work so well, but the shirts would be cool. Sorry I can’t be of more help!

  3. Hetty

    Thank you for this pattern, I’ve nearly finished the dress part (just needs clips) and can’t wait to make the cape too. My niece will love this. How do I post a pic for you to see?

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