Prince Charming Sweet Pea or Sleep Bag

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Prince Charming Sweet Pea or Sleep Bag Pattern

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Crocheting: Prince Charming Sweet Pea or Sleep Bag
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Prince Charming Sweet Pea or Sleep Bag Hat
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Boys, Infant/Baby

Item:

Sweater

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

Every new parent or grandparent thinks their new born baby is a Princess or a Prince.
This Sweet Pea outfit was inspired by the Prince from the fairy tale "Snow White".
The Sweet Pea outfit is designed to be both a sleeper, sleep sack and out and about day outfit.
It has over lapping shoulders so the neckline will easily stretch so your little Prince won't mind it going over his head.
The Outfit features a draw-string at the bottom so you can keep baby nice and warm.
The hat features a crown pattern and fits snuggly on baby's head. The outfit features Royal stripes, buttons and epaulets.
As always any item you make from one of my patterns you may sell.
You can not sell or give the pattern away.
The outfit was made using Red Heart Super Saver yarns and size J crochet hook.
Other than the draw-string there are no fasteners of any type used.
Outfit will fit a baby up to 20 pounds.

Gauge:

4 hdc sts = 1"
3 hdc rows = 1"

Materials:

  • 5 oz Red Heart yarn in Royal
  • 5 oz Red Heart Yarn in White
  • 2-3 oz Red Heart yarn in Yellow

You Will Also Need:

  • Needle to take yarn
  • Size J crochet hook

Suggested yarn:

600 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Red Heart Super Saver

Colorway:

Royal, White & Yellow

About Designer

About Designer

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My mother taught me (or tried to) to crochet when I was 12. She started me out, told me to finish the round while she checked on dinner. She was amazed to find me still crocheting when she same back. I thought the round wasn't completed until I have crochet up the entire ball of yarn. I've learned a lot since then.
I love to play with colors and textures, but my all time favorite thing to do ...

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