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Still Water Jumper, Shrug and Headband

from The Fur~Babies Momma
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Still Water Jumper, Shrug and Headband
Still Water Jumper, Shrug and Headband
Still Water Jumper, Shrug and Headband
Still Water Jumper, Shrug and Headband
Still Water Jumper, Shrug and Headband

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ch, sc, dc, tc, sl st, sk

Pattern Description:

My great niece has just been born. Poor little thing, she came at the beginning of what looks to be a hot summer.

I had been looking and looking for dress or jumper patterns for her made out of cotton thread . . . yarn is just way to hot for summer.

To my dismay, there are few of them out there that aren't vintage or need really fine thread. So, it was time for thie Great AUnt to get her hooks out and see what her mind could conjour up.

Ta-Da . . . this is it. A Jumper, whose sholder straps are adjustable,

Now, this new niece will be out at the ball park watching her brothers play, and at the local ball park, it tends to get cool at night, no matter what the temperature is in the rest of the city. Too keep her warm on these cool nights, a small shrug was just perfect.

Then, to "top" it all off, a little headband to circle that cute little face of hers.

I always like to give babies a handmade gift . . . AND . . . I like to wrap their gifts up in receiving blankets.

This is a combination of the two . . . a receiving blanket with a handmade edging.

Now, receiving blankets aren't the only place this edging could be used. I can see it on sheets, pillowcases, table cloths, runners, etc, etc, etc.

The edging is attached to the blanket with a crocheted foundation round . . not the normal button hole stitch. This makes it easier for crocheters . . . now they don't need to learn the buttonhole stitch for edgings.

100% of the purchase price for the pattern goes to no-kill animal shelters in Western New York or Indiana.

The "Fur~Babies" and I thank you for your purchase.


No gauge . . . just measure to size as you work.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 0 - 3 mo


  • #3 or #5 Crochet Thread

You Will Also Need:

  • buttons
  • crochet hook
  • scissors
  • yarn needle

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