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Gingerbread Baby Set Crochet Pattern. You hear people say that a baby looks good enough to eat…you can make it actually happen with this darling gingerbread man outfit for your little one. Crocheted one-piece romper is accessorized with rickrack trimmed vest, peppermint beanie and a spiffy bow tie. It’s the perfect outfit for memorable holiday photos! RED HEART® Anne Geddes Baby™: 3 (3, 4) balls 301 Teddy A, 1 ball each 100 Lily B, 902 Ladybug C, and 691 Grass D Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 4mm [US G-6] Baby's Place Banner Crochet Pattern. Welcome Baby Bunting Crochet Pattern. Royal Welcome Baby Pillow Crochet Pattern. Stripes and bunnies and bears, oh my! These sweet-themed pillows add the finishing touch to baby’s nursery.

Crochet yours to go with colors of your baby’s room. For coordinating cube cozy and bunting designs see patterns LW3649 and LW3651. RED HEART® Anne Geddes Baby™: 2 balls 100 Lily A, 1 ball each of 203 Daffodil B, 504 Robin C, 702 Rosie D and 591 Posy E for Version 1 OR 1 ball each of 100 Lily A, 504 Robin C and 801 Bluebell F for Version 2 Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 4mm [US G-6] 16” [40.5 cm] square pillow form, six 7⁄8” coordinating buttons; yarn needle, sewing thread.

DIY Funny Baby Bib. Did you know that vinyl makes an awesome stencil for fabric, too? I saw this idea on Pinterest and it was so funny that I had to make one for Max! First I cut my design out on vinyl using my Silhouette cutting machine. This is the same vinyl used for wall decals. If you don't have a cutting machine, you can use stickers like I did with this shirt. I applied my design to a bib purchased at Hobby Lobby and dabbed on the paint using a foam brush. I used the silhouette brand fabric paint. Let the paint dry, remove the vinyl, iron to set the paint and....ta da! SUZIE’S GIRLY DIAPER COVER. GAUGE: 7 sc = 2 inches INSTRUCTIONS 0-3 MONTHS:Before beginning prepare the 16 inch elastic by over lapping the ends by ½ inch and sewing securely. WAISTBAND:Round 1: Crochet a 72 st dc foundation row. Skip the chains and join with a slipstitch in first true dc. (72 sts) Round 2: Ch 2 (doesn’t count as a dc), dc in join and each st around.

Join with a slipstitch in first dc. (72 sts)Round 3: Drop the loop from your hook, hold the elastic against your first dc row. Fold the bottom dc row around the elastic. Insert your hook through the loop that is in front of your joining loop from the previous round, pick up the dropped loop and pull it through. Rounds 5-9: Ch 1, sc in each st around. Round 12: Ch 1, * sc in next 11 sts, scdec over next 2 sts. Round 13: Ch 1, sc in each st around. CROTCH:Row 14: Ch 1, sc in same st as join and each of next 23 st. Row 16: Sc in first st, scdec over next 2 sts. Row 17: Sc in each st across. Row 20: Sc in 1 st, *scdec over next 2 sts, sc in 2 sts. Baby Visor - free crochet pattern.

It’s hot out there baby! Crochet a simple visor to shade your sweet baby’s eyes from the sun and summer heat. This crochet pattern is great for beginners who are beginning to work in the round or for anyone wanting to create an adorable little visor for baby. I love how quick this pattern works up and I know you’ll enjoy making these to give as gifts too. Change up and personalize your baby visor by alternating colors, leaving the hat solid, or using other holiday color themes – your choice! The instructions below with the “optional color change” will create the pink and turquoise or red and white visors pictured. The pink and turquoise visor is a size 0 – 6 months and the red and white visor is a size 6 – 12 months.

*Stitch guide to create larger sizes is marked in parentheses throughout pattern. Sizes:0-6 mos (14 – 16”): 55 sts6-12 mos (16 – 18”): 60 sts12-18 mos (18 – 20”): 65 sts Skill Level: Easy Instructions: Newborn Beanie. Do you know someone who needs a Super Cute Newborn Hat? This hat fits an infant's head: 13” head and is 5.5” in height. The buttons add so much cuteness with that extra detail. Change the hat to pink and brown for a girl with pink or brown buttons too. This pattern is made using the seed stitch which allows for the hat to stretch well. Materials: Caron Brand Yarn: Grey Heather and Black, two 25 mm black buttons, and a Size H crochet hook. Hat Instructions: Base: Ch 3 Rnd 1: 8 Sc in 1st CH made, Ch 1, turn. Rnd 2: *SC, Ch 1, Rep from * around, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1, turn. Rnd 3: * SC in Ch 1 sp, Ch 1, SC in SC sp, Ch 1, rep from * around, SL to 1st SC , Made, Ch 2, Turn. Rnd 4: * SC in Ch 1 sp, CH 1, Sk SC sp, SC in Ch 1 sp, Ch 1, SC in SC sp, CH 1, Rep from * around, SL to 1st SC made, Ch 1 turn.

Rnd 5: * Sc in CH 1 sp, CH 1, SK SC sp, Rep from * around, SL to 1st SC made, Ch 1, turn. Rnd 6-8: Rep Rnd 3 and 4 Rnd 9-22: Rep Rnd 4, CC to Black Rnd 23-24: Rep Rnd 4 CC to Grey Rnd 25-27: Rep Rnd 4. Button Beanie- Crochet Pattern. This is a fun, and oh so cute, button hat pattern for fall/ winter! Materials: Approximately 2oz of Worsted yarn (CA & CB),I hook,3 buttons. Gauge:Rnd 1=1 3/4" 3sc=1"Abbreviations: FPDc Dec At the end of each rnd,pull the FPDc up tight against top of st it is worked around.

Pattern: With CA,ch 5,join with sl st to first ch to form ring. Rnd 1:Ch 2(counts as a dc),11 dc in ring.Join with sl st to top of ch-2(12 dc). Rnd 2:Ch 2,dc in same st.2 dc in each st around.Join(24 dc). Rnd 3:Ch 2,dc in next st,FPDc around same st. *Dc in next st,dc in next st & FPDc around same st.Rep from * around.Join(36 dc). With seam in back,mark placement of first button just in front of left ear.Weave long tail inside the hat to this spot and sew button here.Sew other 2 buttons in front of this one. Work body of hat into this pattern below through Round 12. Abbreviations: CH: Chain; HDC: half double crochet; SC: single crochet Row 1: After joining Round 12, CH 8 (the last chain is our turning chain). Easter Baby Hat.

Spring is in the air! And Easter is on its way. Hop to it and crochet a few baby hats for the charming little chicks in your flock. This adorable baby hat is a simple crochet pattern that can be made in no time at all and is so cute for Spring. Pair it with a bright colored Easter dress and your bouncing baby bunny will look lovely and bright! Size: 3-6 months (13" circumference) Skill Level: Beginner to Easy Materials: size F hook, 1.5 oz. baby yarn Gauge: not given Pattern: Round 1: Ch 4, join w sl st to form ring Round 2: Ch 1, work 10 sc in ring, do not join w sl st, keep working in rounds Round 3: 2 sc in ea sc around (20 sc) Round 4: Work 1 rnd even (20 sc) Round 5: 2 sc in ea sc around (40 sc) Round 6: Work 1 rnd even (40 sc) Round 7: *1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc*, rep from * to * around (60 sc) Round 8: continue working sc in rounds until cap measures 8" from top to bottom Scallop Edging:

Whistle and Ivy: Baby Boat Booties. I have actually been sitting on this pattern half written, for a while. I started it before our Mac charging port went nuts, and only recently had access to my half-written pattern so that I could finish it. But it's done! And I love how they turned out. These boat shoes are actually for a baby boy or girl. I love how the pink ones turned out. I originally wrote the pattern as a boy's shoe pattern, but the pink ones are girly and cute. Here is a short video explaining how to crochet the straps: If you like my pattern, follow me on instagram to stay in the loop!

***You are welcome to use this pattern in your crochet shop, however you MUST link back to this blog post in your listing. Happy crocheting! Crochet Basket Weave Afghan Baby Blanket - Pattern & Tutorial. Often, I received feedback from readers asking me where to get the yarns I used for my crochet and/or knitting projects. Frankly speaking, I bought most of my yarns from the local yarn shops around here and I do understand that it is hard for many of you to get the exact one. This time, to make my pattern more yarn-search-friendly, I used Lion Brand, a well known yarn company where you can order online or buy them from shop if they are available. This blanket is made from cotton medium worsted yarn, the basket weave pattern makes it warm and cozy in cold weather.

If you need a very warm version for snowy winter, change the yarn to wool. Get the crochet pattern & picture tutorial on how to crochet this basket weave baby blanket after the jump: {Get full details on next page.} Pages: 1 2 Get all updates via email: Highlights from Our Partners. Diaper Babies — Phar-MA.