Today I want to show you this baby crochet cardigan that I made for my youngest daughter. I just loved this project. The round yoke gives it a feminine and original touch.
This is a very simple project once you learn how to crochet the yoke, especially when you have to divide it into fronts, back and sleeves. This step is similar to what we learned in the tutorial of the little girl crochet cardigan, the only difference is that in this project I crocheted 2 dc instead of 1 into de joining stitches.
If you want to transform it into a sweater or jacket, you just have to continue crocheting 1 dc into each of the 26 stitches that we leave for the sleeves.
To increase the size, repeat rows 6 and 7 until you reach the desire size for the yoke. From there the rest of the steps are the same, only changes the number of stitches.
To make you easier to understand it, here you can see the tutorial:
Here you can see the charted pattern:
I hope you like it. Don´t forget to send me the pictures of your projects using this pattern to firstname.lastname@example.org o share them in the facebook page of Mundo Crochet!
I want the puring in video in youtube
Because i want to see
Thank you very much for this pretty patern it came out beautiful 🙂
Thanks for your comment!
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I think your blog is fabulous!. 1. because you use charts! (you have incorporated the new with the old and done it really well) 2. because it is user friendly (the way you have organised it, makes it so easy to just go to the information I need, without needing to read over pages of “stuff I already know”. And yet a newbee would be able to follow each stitch with confidence. -normally I would suck it up for the sake of the newbee but I do get tired of having every little detail explained to me at times- and of having to print out a book rather than a page or two….Because of the way my brain is hooked up or something, the charts make so much more sense I find patterns containing only written instruction extremely frustrating. Anyways I did want to tell you what a great job you are doing. All the best, I;m bookmarking!
Thanks for your comment! I love charts and I also find written instructions very frustrating.
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Hi, thank you so much for posting this! I have wanted to make a dress for my baby girl, and i’m excited to try this pattern. It’s exactly what I have been looking for.
I have one question, do you have any advice for creating patterns such as this or for other projects/shapes? I tried to create this on my own before I found your pattern, and needless to say it was a failure. I have trouble with either having too many or two few stitches. TIA