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Blue Bobble Infant Sweet Pea


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  • Simple Stitches
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

The Sweet Pea features overlapping shoulders so it is easy on and off baby's head. The bottom portion is like a bag with plenty or room for kicking feet and growing legs. It also features a draw-string at the bottom to close the bag and keep baby extra snug and warm. The Sweet Pea is based on a repeating pattern of bobble stitch and chain loops to make a doom pattern between lines of solid crochet stitches. The pattern is repeated in the hat and down the length of the sleeve. You get the instructions to make the sleeper and the hat. Will fit up to 25 pounds. This is an intermediate pattern. You will need to know how to single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, bobble stitch (just a series of double crochet stitches clustered together) and decrease. You will need sport weight yarn and crochet hook. This is a pattern of my own design. Author holds all rights. Any item you make from one of my patterns you may sell. You can not sell or give the pattern away. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY single crochet half double crochet double crochet decrease bobble stitch GAUGE 4 hdc = 1" 3 rows hdc = 1" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS will fit baby up to 25 pounds SUGGESTED YARN 450 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Bernat Baby Sport COLORWAY Blue

Recommended with this pattern

  • 8 oz baby sport yarn
  • size H crochet hook

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Donna's Crochet Designs
Donna's Crochet Designs
My mother taught me (or tried to) to crochet when I was 12. She started me out, told me to finish the round while she checked on dinner. She was amazed to find me still crocheting when she same back. I thought the round wasn't completed until I have crochet up the entire ball of yarn. I've learned a lot since then. I love to play with colors and textures, but my all time favorite thing to do is to take something every day that hasn't been seen in crochet and then translate it into a crochet project. I've been designing seriously for over 16 years. I have my own web site Donna's Crochet Designs and have had the good fortune to work with Maggie's Crochet, Annie's Attic and DGR to name a few.