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Easy shell romper II

from The Crafty Ladybug
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Easy shell romper II
Easy shell romper II © Lagatha Been Designs
Easy shell romper II © Lagatha Been Designs

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • US crochet terms

Pattern Description:

This is the 2nd pattern in my series of easy shell romper patterns. These make adorable photo props for 1st newborn baby photo sessions.

Skill level: Easy

Skill levels explained:
BEGINNER: Projects for first-time crocheters using basic stitches. Minimal shaping.
EASY: Projects using yarn with basic stitches, repetitive stitch patterns, simple color changes, and simple shaping and finishing.
INTERMEDIATE: Projects using a variety of techniques, such as basic lace patterns or color patterns, mid-level shaping and finishing.
EXPERIENCED: Projects with intricate stitch patterns, techniques and dimension, such as
non-repeating patterns, multi-color techniques, fine threads, small hooks, detailed shaping and refined finishing.

Materials needed: Soft worsted weight yarn, I used Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable.

Pattern written in US crochet terms specifically for preemie, newborn, 0-3 months, 3-6 months, and 6-12 months. Instructions are also included for making the headband.

Distribution of this pattern is prohibited. Feel free to sell items made from this pattern, but please give credit the designer. www.lbeen.etsy.com

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Gauge:

11 hdc x 9R = 3"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Newborn to 12 months

Materials:

  • Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable yarn
  • two 3/8: to 1/2" buttons

You Will Also Need:

  • I or J crochet hooks
  • two 3/8" to 1/2" buttons
  • flower petals
  • pearl cabochan

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable
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$3.99

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I absolutely love crafting, or maybe I should say cross-crafting!. At 9, my mother taught me how to crochet and sew. I thank her for teaching me that sitting in front of the television or some form ...

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