This is the very popular Baby Kimono Wrap, revisited and revised. There are more sizes, ranging from 3 months to 10 years, as well as options for finishing and closures. It's a highly customisable wrap that every child should have in their wardrobe. Make it in a camouflage variegated yarn or make a very girly version in pink with a picot or shell edging. Anything is possible!
This kimono wrap is worked back and forth from the top down in one piece, with either a single crochet, reversed single crochet, picot or shell neck and hem finishing. You can add cute ties, or loops and buttons, to fasten. You can make it sleeveless, or with long sleeves.
This pattern is written in American English crochet terminology.
*This pattern has been professionally tech edited.*
15.6 sts and 12.7 rows = 10 cm / 4" in hdc.
|Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby|
Having a background in Industrial Design Engineering, you can say that I always had a knack for design. When I taught myself to knit and discovered the possibilities of sticks & twine, the gates for ...
Having a background in Industrial Design Engineering, you can say that I always had a knack for design. When I taught myself to knit and discovered the possibilities of sticks & twine, the gates for ideas to translate into knitted fabric were opened.
Everything that catches my attention can be the source of a new design idea, being it strong lines and shapes or a distinct lace pattern. Whatever the idea may be, I find it important to make the finished pattern as accessible as possible for knitters of varying skill levels.