Princess Shrug

from Simply Knots

Princess Shrug Pattern


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Girls, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

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This beautiful baby/toddler shrug/sweater is great as a sweater on chilly nights in the warmer months, it's perfect for special occasions, and it's absolutely perfect for photography sessions! The shrug pictured is made out of 100% acrylic yarn, and it measures 21" from arm to arm and 5.5" down the child's back. The shrug fits my 3 year old from elbow to elbow and is tight on her upper arms. It also fits her 1 year old sister quite well (pictured above), from forearm to forearm and it's a bit more loose on her upper arms.


The materials required for this project include:
-G/6 Steel Hook
-US 17 Needle
-1 color of worsted weight yarn
-tapestry needle

The download materials include:
-2 PDFs (one with black headings) in size 16 Times New Roman font that include: hook sizes, stitches used, gauge, toddler sweater instructions, sewing directions, and instructions on how to make larger/smaller sweaters.

Most complicated stitch used in pattern:
-Foundation Single Crochet (fsc)
-Broomstick Lace

**Please follow washing/drying/ironing directions on the yarn you use.**


This pattern and images are (c) to Simply Knots, so please be courteous and do not reproduce this pattern in any way or try to sell it or claim it as your own. Please link back to my Etsy shop if you sell products made by this pattern. Thank you. :) Due to the nature of this product, no refunds will be given.

About Designer

About Designer

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I became a young stay at home mommy just before my first daughter was born in 2010. In the years that followed, my spouse and I have graduated college together (I have a degree in Early Childhood Education), brought another daughter into the family, and have set many goals to get on our feet as a successful household. We've gotten off of assistance and just bought our first house (spring 2014)! I ...

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