Reversible Swaddle Pod - Newborn

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Reversible Swaddle Pod - Newborn Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

This crochet pattern comes with complete instructions for this beautiful Reversible Swaddle Pod. The Pod is the latest hype in newborn photography. They are designed shorter than a traditional cocoon and wider so the baby is swaddled up in a little bundle. The pod works up quickly and can be used with either side showing. One side is designed with raised striped ridges as seen in the main photo, the other side has a unique almost knit look to it. The pod comes in sizing for newborns only.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Stitches Used:
Chain, Single, Half Double

Materials Needed:
Size K(6.5mm) & H(5mm) Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle
Worsted Weight Yarn

This pattern may not be redistributed in any way. Finished items may be sold, but please refer back to me as the patterns designer, thank you.

The all too precious Professional Images are courtesy of Scrappy Doodles Photography (images may NOT be reused!)

Gauge:

Please check gauge for appropriate sizing, change hook to correct size to obtain gauge.
With Hook K:
9 rows with 12 hdc = 4 inches square

Materials:

  • Crochet Hook H
  • Crochet Hook K
  • Worsted Weight Yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

MySweetPotato3 on craftsy.com

I am a stay at home mom of 3 children who are my inspiration and joy of my life along with my husband. As a young girl my Great Grandmother taught me the art of crocheting. I have been developing my skills since and would like to share them with you. I hope you enjoy the products I create. Please keep checking back as I will keep adding new items.

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