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Americana Vest

This beginner friendly crochet vest is perfect for beginners! You’ll only need to know the double crochet and chain stitches. The vest is worked in three rectangular panels: two blue front panels, and one red and white striped back panel. You’ll just have four short seams to join it! The instructions are written for a 4T toddler girl’s size, but I have included instructions for how to customize the vest to ANY size. I haven’t posted photos, but my adult Women’s Large sized vest only used two skeins of blue, and one each of red and white, also. If you need additional guidance, please leave me a blog comment! If I have a few requests, I’d be happy to provide a fully sized pattern in the future,or just give you tips for finding measurements.

Americana Vest

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Boutchou Romper

This baby romper crochet pattern will look adorable on any little one. With classic stripes and a vintage vibe, it will make a wonderful outfit for a gift, photoshoot, or just lounging around. Customize your design with colors and buttons of your choosing, and you’ve got a wonderful set of crochet overalls for any boy or girl. My printable PDF pattern will walk you through every step of this easy project. Shop the entire Boutchou set here. PATTERN DETAILS • sizes: 0 - 3 months, 6 - 12 months, and 18 - 24 months (details below) • Beginner-friendly • Techniques used / Special stitches: Front loop / back loop only - full explanations are given in the pattern. • US crochet notations • Illustrated step-by-step photos MATERIALS • 4 mm / US G – 6 hook. • Paintbox Cotton Aran (50g, 100% cotton, 85m / 93yds) o 3 (3, 4) skeins in dolphin blue (referred to as blue). o 1 skein in banana cream (referred to as white) o 1 skein in daffodil yellow (referred to as yellow) • Tapestry needle to weave in the ends. • 8 10mm buttons. SIZES Final romper hip measurements are: • 0 - 3 months: 52 cm / 20.5” • 6 - 12 months: 54 cm / 21.25” • 18 - 24 months: 58 cm / 22.75”Boutchou Romper

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Heirloom Flower Bonnet Crochet Pattern

The Heirloom Flower Bonnet Crochet Pattern walks you through the steps of creating your own floral bonnet for any size, with any hooks or yarn. Create a newborn-sized one for any announcement photoshoot or work up a toddler-sized one for an Easter accessory. With this pattern tutorial, you can choose your own yarn weight and customize it to your exact liking. Create a keepsake piece to treasure with this delicate crochet baby pattern.

From the Blogger: "The pure quality of an heirloom piece and the idea of creating something that could, and should, be passed down from generation to generation is alluring. This bonnet brings that dream alive for crocheters. This design is written as a tutorial style pattern, allowing you to use any size yarn and hook. I provide size charts for all baby and toddler sizes, and I'll walk you through doing the math to create the perfect size. All you need to do is show up, keep an open mind, and plug in some numbers."Heirloom Flower Bonnet Crochet Pattern

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Quick and Simple Striped Baby Blanket Pattern

Use this adorable baby blanket crochet pattern to whip up a beautiful, heirloom quality piece in very short order. This blanket works up quickly, and is one of my personal favorites. The variation of stitches keeps it from being boring, and yet it’s repetitive enough to work on while you’re watching TV, listening to an audiobook, or visiting with friends. The classic picot edging gives this easy crochet blanket pattern a polished look and gives it a timeless feel. This blanket looks beautiful in one color, but can also provide a fun way to play with colors - try anything from bold and bright to soft and muted. Using an I hook and worsted weight yarn, this pattern is approximately 33"x40". Directions included to make this blanket any size you wish.Quick and Simple Striped Baby Blanket Pattern

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Chunky Crochet Gilet Hoody

This pattern is for sizes 12 months - 12 years and is beginner friendly. It can be worked up quickly using chunky yarn and the pattern is simple and easy to follow written in US terms. The Gilet is made in one piece, sewing the shoulders and adding the hood. It is great for a first project or for those still new to the craft. I have added instructions for pockets (There is no pocket instructions in size 12m). Buttons are optional and are easily added. The overall finish is chunky, bouncy and soft. The front lapels and hood will be oversized and will drape for comfort and ease. The stitches used are HDC (Half double crochet) FPDC (Front post double crochet) BPDC (Back post double crochet) stitch explanations will be explained in pattern. The yarn used for this pattern is - Wendy with wool - Super chunky in PETAL Materials: Crochet hook: 10mm Stitch markers Super chunky yarn -approx. 380 yards for 12 months -approx. 500 yards for size 2/3T -approx. 610 yards for size 4/5 T -approx. 750 yards for 6/8 -approx. 900 yards for 10/12 Gauge: 10 Stitches x 14 Rows 10cm/4" Circumference in inches: 12 months – 22" 2-3 years – 26" 4-5 years – 28" 6-8 years 32” 10-12 years 34”

Chunky Crochet Gilet Hoody 

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Bellflower Baby Cardigan

"The Bellflower Cardigan was inspired by my Marshmallow Clouds Baby Blanket pattern. The dreamy ruffles and sweet textured stitch pattern makes this cardigan a perfect gift! The smallest size (0-3 months) is available for Free online. Recommended Yarn We Crochet Swish DK 0-3 months 183 yds Notions yarn needles scissors 4 stitch markers Finished Dimensions 0-3 months - back 7” - chest 16” 6-12 months - back 8” - chest 19” 18-24 months - back 9” - chest 22” Crochet Terms Used in This Pattern foundation double crochet single crochet back post single crochet half double crochet double crochet front post double crochet front post double crochet 2 together back post double crochet skip chain space"Bellflower Baby Cardigan

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