Since I made the easy crochet teddy bear girl cardigan, I’ve receives a lot of positive feedback. So, I decided to make a boy version of this cardigan, and to be honest I like it way more than the girl cardigan. This easy crochet boy cardigan is a bear themed hooded jacket that is worked continuously without any need for sewing. It can be easily adjusted by using thicker or lighter yarns. You can also adjust the theme by changing the ears to bunny ears or cat ears or any cute animal theme. ♥ Materials: DK yarn. Blue: 350-450 grams (4-5 skeins). White: 25-50 grams (1 skein). I used Alize happy baby yarn. Velvet yarn Blue: 100 grams (1 skein) I used Nako lily yarn. Crochet hook 7mm 4-5 Buttons Scissors Tapestry needle to weave in the ends and make the bear embroidery. Stitch markers
The teddy bear easy girl crochet jacket is a bear-themed hooded jacket that is worked continuously without any need for sewing parts together. It has 2 sizes and can be easily adjusted by using thicker or lighter yarns.You can also adjust the theme by changing the ears to bunny ears or cat ears or any cute animal theme. This crochet jacket is perfect to keep your baby warm and to give them the cutest look at the same time."
"The Hooded Bunny Capelet is an adorable accessory that's sure to keep your little one’s head warm and cozy! It features a sweet lace frill around the edges. Your baby or toddler will look absolutely precious! Two bunny ears are added on for extra cuteness, though you can opt out for a lighter headwear. There is minimal sewing as the hood and capelet are done in one piece, with bunny rabbit ears crocheted separately and sewn on. This capelet is easy to put on and wear, and is the perfect clothing accessory for the stylish, little trendsetter in your life."
"I’m happy to announce the first crochet baby dress for 2020 at Soukaina Collections… Little Princess Sara Crochet Baby Dress! I’m also delighted to tell you that the Complete Set is ready. You can download The ad-free printable PDF on Etsy or just keep reading to follow the free pattern on the blog… I can’t even tell you how I’m happy when you share it, and when you actually try it and send me the final picture of your crocheted dress! Sometimes, you think that you’ve just crocheted the best baby girl dress in the world, then you release it and find out that it’s not the case! But for this one, I’ve already got a lot of positive feedback because I decided to ask my fellow crocheters on Facebook what they think about my brand new dress while I was doing it and I got dozens of positive feedback. It’s a wonderful feeling to know that your audience likes your design while you are actually in the creation phase. From now on, I think that I will try to gather feedback before I start crocheting my new design. After all, I make all my designs for you and your little princesses, so knowing what you love before I even start crocheting it the best thing to do. Below, you’ll find Princess Sara crochet baby dress free pattern in sizes 0-3 and 3-6 months. This design is suitable for beginners and advanced crocheters. "
This crochet pattern bundle is for a baby dolls onesie. The doll clothes are suitable for 14” baby dolls. The dolls onesie is crocheted in one piece and the unicorn decorations are made separately and are sewn into the hood. The hooded onesie buttons up the front and the hood is decorated with a crochet unicorn horn, ears, curly mane and flowers. ⭐️ Doll size ⭐️ The following measurements are of the doll used in the photo. You can easily adjust the length of the sleeves, legs and torso by simply adding or removing extra rows in these areas. Height - 14” Waist circumference - 24cm Torso length - 16cm Arm circumference - 9cm Under arm length - 11cm Thigh circumference - 15cm Inside leg length -11cm Head circumference - 27cm Finished size of onesie - H 40cm x W 16cm ⭐️ Yarn ⭐️ DK (weight 3) yarn. I used King Cole Pricewise DK in the following colours and approximate amounts. A - lilac - 66g (185m/203yd) B - candy pink - 16g (45m/50yd) C - yellow - 6g (17m/19yd) D - purple - 4g (12m/14yd) E - baby pink - 4g (12m/14yd) F - lemon - 2g (6m/7yd) Total - 98g (277m/307yd) ⭐️ Supplies you will need ⭐️ – Crochet hook 4mm (G-6) – Tapestry needle – DK yarn (weight 3) – Scissors 14” baby doll 2 x 15mm button This pattern is easy skill level. The pattern is written in USA terminology. You will need to know basic crochet stitches. The onesie is made in one piece and there is minimal sewing involved. To expand you will need to sew on the buttons, cone, ears, flowers and mane. The pattern is 9 pages long and includes gauge information, progress photos and finished sizes. Recommend skill level is easy.
This crochet pattern is for an adorable bunny dolls onesie. The dolls onesie buttons up the front and features a bunny themed hood and bushy tail. The doll clothes are suitable for 18” child sized dolls. ⭐️ Yarn Aran (weight 4) yarn. I used Stylecraft special aran. The following amounts are based on a 5mm hook. Add on approx 10g of A & B if your using a 5.5mm hook. white - 110g (216m/237yd) pink - 15g (30m/33yd) Total - 125g (246m/270yd) ⭐️ Supplies you will need – Crochet hook 5mm (H-8) / 5.5mm (I-9) – Tapestry needle – Aran yarn – Scissors - 18” child doll - 2”-3” pompom - 3 x 9.5mm buttons This pattern is easy level. The pattern is written in USA terminology. You will need to know basic crochet stitches as well as being able to work in back loops. There is minimum sewing involved. The pattern is 7 pages long and gauge information, progress photos and finished sizes.