Pattern for the dress is 'Lacy Days of Summer' by Mari Lynn Patrick, from Crochet Today July/August 2007, and I made a hair-band using the remains of the yarn, and the stitch pattern from the dress edging.
Main yarn used is Plassard Tahiti (a light DK / sport-weight variegated cotton) bought last summer in France, and the contrast yarn is a cotton DK with some viscose, and came from Lidl a couple of years back (remember the 3 50g balls for £1.50 offer?) I amended the pattern very slightly as the original pattern for the skirt has 10 increased treble stitches (US double crochet) per increase round, and this would have made the skirt too full, so I opted for 8 stitches.
Also note that the sleeves are quite difficult to seam onto the bodice, the rows don't match up exactly, and have to be stretched to fit, so whip stitching or mattress stitching was not really an option. I decided to get around the problem by lapping the two edges, and back-stitching along the chain edge of the bodice, detail below