The Kid's Cabled Hoodie is an intermediate level crochet pattern that features deep ribbing on the cuffs and hem, a cabled pattern on the front and a hood complete with a button placket. This design uses Malabrigo Twist yarn for a solid color with subtle color variations but can be made in any worsted weight yarn. This project uses sizes H and J hooks, a yarn needle and two 5/8" buttons. It is sized for kid's 2-10.
The Children's Houston Hoodie is simple and easy sweater with optional hood and pockets! The kiddos in your life will love it! The Children’s Houston Hoodie comes in children’s sizes 2-12! I used Knit Picks Brava Worsted for my son’s hoodie, however, you can use any #4 worsted weight yarn you’d like. The Children’s Houston Hoodie is a top down workup, with the sleeves and hood added at the end. Be sure to check out the Houston Hoodie in adult sizes too!
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
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”
I present my new design of 2018 ,its a baby cardigan with open collar. I try to make my designs as simple as possible.i made this cardigan in grey color. you can make this in different colors .this is classic vintage kind of cardigan.i have used red and white football button to add some color.you can style it and make more lively by adding some crochet appliqué and for the girls you can do put crochet flower or do simple embroidery like lazy daisy stitch.you can add a pocket on chest for boys and for girls you can add two pockets on both sides.you can decorate this cardigan in many ways. this cardigan has 2 button in a row, you can use second button for smaller baby to get him fit and as baby grows you can start using 1st button to fit him well. I made this cardigan for 0-6 month old but after following my tutorial you can make it in bigger sizes as well. this cardigan is worked in parts and then sew them together.i have used dark grey color in dk weight yarn with 3 mm crochet hook.you have to make back, left and right front and 2 sleeves . design is very simple, I used double crochet.
This crochet pattern bundle is for a baby dolls onesie and headband. The doll clothes are suitable for 14” baby dolls. The dolls onesie is crocheted using the lemon peel stitch, it has a cute lace collar and buttons up the front. The matching headband is also made using the lemon peel stitch and is topped with a pretty crochet flower. ⭐️ 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 26cm x W 14cm ⭐️ Yarn ⭐️ DK (weight 3) yarn. I used King Cole Pricewise DK. A - grey - 11g (32m/35yd) B - lemon - 58g (169m/185yd) Total - 69g (201m/220yd) ⭐️ Supplies you will need ⭐️ – Crochet hook 4mm (G-6) – Tapestry needle – DK yarn (weight 3) – Scissors - 14” baby doll - 3 x 15mm button This pattern is intermediate 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 very minimal sewing involved. To expand you will only need to sew on the buttons and flower.