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Your link looks familiar, I am about 98% sure the consensus was that we couldn't find a pattern quite like that, but there are lots of free halter-top patterns around, you you make the top and add the bust-down widening tube for the dress yourself.  Or, a halter top and a skirt pattern.

 

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5 hours ago, Horsy said:

I was wondering why so many crocheted dresses are halter-topped.  

Many aren’t.  Just depends on what style you are looking for in women’s crochet dresses  I made one that was a top down, chevron style some years back  Left it short sleeve but could have been long sleeve  I wore it as a home lounge dress

https://www.lovecrafts.com/en-us/l/crochet/crochet-patterns/crochet-patterns-by-project/dresses-crochet-patterns#?for_pattern=243

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