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Lucky Penny Poncho (child)

The Lucky Penny Crochet Poncho Pattern in Child sizes is here!!! I seriously love ponchos, don’t you? They are perfect year round. Not sure what I mean? When Spring is here and it’s too cold for a t-shirt, but too warm for a coat, a poncho has you covered! When you just need something over your shoulders to beat the chill from the a/c, what about a poncho? And let’s not forget about a poncho, perfect for the transition back to colder temps. This of course leads me to the Lucky Penny Poncho. The perfect cold weather friend. The squishy yarn, dense fabric, and cushiony cowl make this a go-to design for Winter.

Lucky Penny Poncho (child) 

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Little Girl’s Colorful Summer Coat Free Crochet Pattern

What a unique masterpiece this colorful summer coat. It’s very fashionable and great to wear in places with air conditioning or on windy nights. The coat can be worn by your kid for several years. It can be as a long coat for a 1.5 year old or as a jacket with ¾ sleeves for a 7 year old. The Little Girl’s Colorful Summer Coat Free Crochet Pattern is very well written with photos to guide through, but it is an advanced level pattern. It’s a great project if you want to advance your crochet skills. It’s lot of fun to crochet this coat as you work with a variety of colors, patterns and shapes. Have fun.Little Girl’s Colorful Summer Coat Free Crochet Pattern

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Little Girls Colorful Summer Coat

Princess Cape Coat

Don’t let your girl be a frozen princess during the holidays, keep her warm with this crochet cape coat pattern. This pattern works up surprisingly fast using mostly double crochet. My daughter is at a wonderful age right now. She has just started to enjoy dressing up. She also loves to make herself pretty by putting on dresses, shawls and jewelry. It is just sad when the little ones have to bundle up on Halloween and you don’t get to see too much of their costume. The crochet cape coat can be added to any princess costume.

Princess Cape Coat 

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Ragged Falls Cocoon Shrug - Child Sizes

The Ragged Falls Cocoon Shrug Pattern combines the fun and easy stitch pattern of the Ragged Falls Poncho and Scarf patterns, along with the simplicty of cocoon shrug construction! I am hopeful that Spring will be here before we know it and this kind of layering piece will become a wardrobe staple. It’s long shot up here in Northern Ontario, but a girl can hope, right? Layered over long sleeves in colder temps, or to keep shoulders warm when worn over a tank, the Ragged Falls Cocoon Shrug is exactly what your little girl needs!

Ragged Falls Cocoon Shrug - Child Sizes 

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Baby Hooded Cowl

This worsted weight hooded crochet cowl pattern will keep baby warm while it's cold out. This type of pattern is better than a scarf and hat combo since the hat might fall off in the wind. This easy hooded cowl pattern will stay on; your little one will love it.

From the Blogger: "This pretty hooded cowl is the perfect way to keep Baby's head warm when she won't keep a hat on! It's very simple to work up and very comfortable. Baby Hooded Cowl

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Sunday Sweater Child Sizes

"The Sunday Sweater Child Size pattern was written for sizes 2-10. This design uses bulky weight yarn, which not only works up incredibly fast, but is super warm and squishy too! Although the photos show a comfy turtleneck style cowl, the pattern itself also includes instructions for a simple rib-look collar, or a rolled collar as well. Best of all? The Sunday Sweater was also written in Ladies sizes xs-5x! Perfect for Mommy and Me outfits. Enjoy! "Sunday Sweater Child Sizes

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