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Category Crocheting
Type Clothing
Yarn Weight Worsted (10 ply)
Sizing Children
Style Holiday, Casual, Cute, Whimsical, Funky
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Name of website or photo http://bobblesandbaubles.com/adjustable-

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What materials did you use? http://bobblesandbaubles.com/adjustable-diaper-cover-0-6-months/ MATERIALS Size H Crochet Hook Soft Worsted Weight Yarn (1 skein each in contrasting colors) Yarn Needle 1 medium button (or similar embellishment) MEASUREMENTS Measures 8" across at widest point (leg openings) and 6" in length INSTRUCTIONS Triple crochets in row 2 will be the button holes which will make the diaper cover easily adjustable. Ch55 R1: With main color, sc in 2ndch from hook. sc in each st across. Ch3 turn (54sc) R2: tc in each st across. Ch1. Turn (54 tc) R3: sc in each st across. Fasten off. Weave in ends. R4: Count in 16 sts from the right. Attach yarn with slip stitch. Ch3. Dc in next 24 sts. Ch1. Turn. (24dc) R5: sc in each st across. Ch3. Turn (24sc) R6: dc in each st across. Ch1. Turn (24dc) R7: sci n each st across. Ch3. Turn (24sc) R8: dc in each st across. Ch1. Turn (24dc) R9: sc in each st across. Ch3. Turn (24sc) R10: dc decrease, dc in next 20 sts, dc decrease. Ch1. Turn (22dc) R11: sc decrease, sc in next 18 sts, sc decrease. Ch3. Turn (20sc) R12: dc decrease, dc in next 16 sts, dc decrease. Ch1. Turn (18dc) R13: sc decrease, sc in next 14 sts, sc decrease. Ch3. Turn (16sc) R14: dc decrease, dc in next 12 sts, dc decrease. Ch1. Turn (14dc) R15: sc in each st across. Ch3. Turn (14sc) R16: dc in each st across. Ch1. Turn (14dc) R17: sc in each st across. Ch3. Turn (14sc) R18: dc in each st across. Ch1. Turn (14dc) R19: sc in each st across. Ch3. Turn (14sc) R20: dc in each st across. Ch1. Turn (14dc) R21: sc in each st across. Ch3. Turn (14sc) R22: 2dc in first st, dc in each st across. Ch1. Turn (15dc) R23: 2sc in first st, sc in each st across. Ch3. Turn (16sc) R24: dc in each st across. Ch1. Turn (16dc) R25: sc in each st across. Ch3. Turn (16sc) R26: dc in each st across. Ch1. Turn (16dc) Fasten off. Weave in ends. EDGING With contrasting color, join with slip stitch to any st. ch1. Sc around. Fasten

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What are you most proud of? This takes less than an hour to make!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Use your imagination with color and embellishments.

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Would one skein one lionbrand homespun yarn work? How would i adjust the pattern? Use a different size hook?

09/29/2014 Flag

Love it!

10/12/2014 Flag

gracias!!!

10/16/2014 Flag

Beautiful!!! I invite to visit sheruknitting.com , where you can find many tutorials of crochet and knitting!!

10/18/2014 Flag

love these they are so cute have to great nice and nephew so this would make a great gift.

10/21/2014 Flag