I am pleased to report that she has worn it a couple of times since.
In fact, as you can see from this photo, the dress has been crocheted extra long to take into consideration her growing height.
However, since the last time she wore it in her kindergarten (K2) Christmas celebrations, she has gone home to her grandma and declared that the dress was a no-go.
The other kids at school made comments about her modesty, or rather the lack thereof -- apparently, they teased her about the see-through columns.
So I really need to get a little slip dress for her to encourage her to keep on wearing it!
In case you are wondering -- my 6 yo niece Ms P, hasn't complained about being hot in this dress. She has not just worn it indoors but we did walk a bit out on the footpaths in Orchard Road in the late afternoon.
Interested in the details? I have blogged about my making of crochet dress pattern in an earlier post.
This personal knitting and crochet blog of mine has taken a back seat since last September as much of my time has been directed to the new customers who signed up for our knitting and crochet classes.
Blogging requires one to commit proper desk time with all that thinking, writing, photo uploading and editing activities -- I just haven't got around to allocating time blocks to these and you just simply do not get much traction doing them in random bits and bites, if you know what I mean.
But I am still knitting and crocheting actively on the go.
So if you are into a reading mode, do feel free to pop by my other knitting/crochet blog - The Handiworks.
Here's wishing Great Health, Happiness, Prosperity and Speedy Crocheting and Knitting to all readers this Lunar New Year!