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Who doesn’t smile at the word or sight of a baby? I love babies, especially if they aren’t mine; only because I can give them back! I’m done having babies, haha. I have searched the internet far and wide to find FREE crocheted baby items. I hope you will enjoy what I have found.
I chose this Woodland Baby Coat because it looks very similar to the one we received in our May 2019 Crochet Surprise Box. Only difference I see just from looks is there is no collar, and they added a draw string with pom poms. It is so adorable. This will fit a newborn baby with a 14″ chest, from shoulder to finished length is approximately 8½”, and the under arm seam is approximately 3½”.
To make the Woodland Baby Coat you will need 80 grams of Stylecraft Special DK in 1 color and then 20 grams of Stylecraft Special DK in a contrasting color. You may use any worsted weight #3 yarn. Designer does suggest Red Heart Baby Hugs Yarn as a substitute. You will need a 4 mm/G crochet hook and 3 buttons; size of buttons is not listed. It is made using basic US crochet terminology.
This is so adorable for a baby boy. You could even do it in pink with a pink hull for the boat. Just looking at the photograph it looks like it is done with all basic crochet stitching. I do love that the collar, sleeve bands and the body band are white to contrast the blue. Finished size is for a 12 month old. The chest measure approx 22″, sleeve length is approx 7¾”, the height (shoulder to bottom) is approx 12″, and the armhole depth is approx 3¾”.
To make this sweater you will need approx 350 yards of a fine-2 weight yarn. You can also use a DK weight #3 yarn to make a larger size. For the sailboat applique you will need small amounts of blue, white, and orange #2 weight yarn. You will also need 2 different hook sizes; the 4 mm/G hook and the 3.5 mm crochet hook. This sweater is made with all basic US crochet terminology. Sweater is worked from the bottom up. It is worked in both the round and in rows.
This is the cutest Easter prop ever! If you have a baby due around Easter this will be perfect for you. It is simply a bag (cocoon) with a adorable beanie to top it off. There will be one other cocoon type outfit on this post as well. The approx measurements for the beanie is 5″ x 6½” and the cocoon is approx 14″ x 9¼”.
To make this adorable prop you will need 2 skeins of Loops and Threads Charisma in White, 1 skein of Loops and Threads Charisma in Yellow, Small amount of orange in worsted weight 4 for the beak. You will also use 2 different crochet hooks; size 5 mm/H hook, and 5.5 mm/I hook. You will need 2 buttons in black that are ¾” in size for the eyes on the hat. To make this you will be using all basic crochet US terminology.
I just love the way she worked the stitching to look like its an actual ribbed pumpkin. She did amazing on the stem of the hat too. This is the perfect photo prop for Halloween if you have baby around that time. This is made in the size for a newborn. This is worked up in continuous rounds, do not join. You will need a stitch marker to marker the start of each round.
To make this pumpkin set you will need Red Heart Love Yarn in Mango and Red Heart Super Saver Tea Leaf. You will again, need 2 different crochet hooks; your 5 mm/H hook and your 5.5 mm/I hook. The pattern uses common US crochet terminology. You must be familiar with front post and back post stitches.
I’ve come to realize that I love a lot of Daisy Farm Crafts’ designs. I have a lot of their patterns saved on my Ravelry. This little Santa sweater is so cute. I especially love the white fur along the edging. This sweater is made in the size of 9-12 months.
To make this adorable little sweater you will need your 5.5 mm/I crochet hook. You will need 2 skeins of Caron Simply Soft in Harvest Red and white fur. Designer used Snuggle Up from Hobby Lobby but combined it with a size 2 weight cotton yarn. A clasp for the top of the sweater. She has a picture of the one she used at the bottom of the pattern. You will be using all HDC stitching to make this sweater.
This is another adorable sweater by Crochet For You. It totally reminds me of a machine knitted winter sweater. I’ve always loved this design on winter items. So, needless to say, I fell in love with this one the minute I saw it and even more in love because its FREE! Size is made for 12 months.
Before you attempt this, you must be familiar with “tapestry crochet“. She does list some video tutorials on what tapestry crochet is and how to do it. This is done in the back loop only. She does carry her yarn when working this sweater.
You will need a #2 Fine sport yarn in red and white. You can use a DK #3 yarn to make a bigger size sweater. You will also need 2 different crochet hooks for this; size 4 mm/G hook and your 3.5 mm hook. This sweater uses all basic US crochet terminology and again please make sure you are familiar with tapestry crocheting before attempting this sweater.
I hope that you will enjoy making these! I know I’ll be making some of them in the future.
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