Shelly Sweater & Booties PDF12-107

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Shelly Sweater & Booties PDF12-107 Pattern

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Crocheting: Shelly Sweater & Booties PDF12-107
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Infant/Baby

Item:

Sweater

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

This cardigan sweater and booties are made with soft, feminine shells. Adorned with a pretty swirled rose that can be studded with pearls or other jewels is a perfect ensemble for her first photo shoot.

See separate listing for coordinated diaper cover, hat and blanket -- together this is a beautiful layette for a new baby!

Size: Newborn - 3 months

Designed in baby, sport/DK weight yarn. I used Bernat Softee.

My patterns are written in Standard American Terms and include pictures, charts, stitch guides and explanations to make them easy to follow.

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Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

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singtomourn on craftsy.com

Excellent Beautiful sweater!  May 29, 2014


This was a great pattern! There were only a few times I wish the author had been more specific about count of each stitch, but over all, I had little-to-no problems and the final product was adorable! I can't wait to have my mother give it to my cousin at her baby shower. I finished the project in 3 days (between work and other daily activities). I definitely would recommend to anyone looking for a great baby sweater and booties combo.

About Designer

About Designer

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I have always loved to create. I can remember making Barbie Doll clothes out of scraps of fabric as early as 6 years old.

I was fascinated by my mother's friend who could make fabulous clothing out of odds and ends. I would watch her crochet and try to memorize how her hands moved. One day I picked up a hook and some crochet thread that my mother had laying around, and I started to crochet. ...

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