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Diagonal Weave Baby Pants


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This pattern coordinates perfectly with the following patterns: Diagonal Weave Baby Bonnet, Diagonal Weave Pixie Bonnet, Diagonal Weave Beanie or Newsboy, Diagonal Weave Diaper Cover, Diagonal Weave Baby Cocoon, and the Diagonal Weave Blanket. This is a PDF crochet pattern for a very textured pair of baby pants, perfect for photographers and newborn photo sessions. This is NOT a beginner pattern! You should be experienced with front and back post treble stitches and be able to follow a written pattern. There is a photo tutorial included but it really depends on the pattern instructions. Please be confident in your ability before purchasing. I will answer questions to try and clarify any confusion, but I do not have a video for this stitch at this time. Skill Level: Experienced (NOT a beginner pattern!) All of my patterns are written in U.S. Standard Crochet Terminology. You are welcome to sell all finished items from this pattern. When selling items online, a link to this pattern is appreciated but not required. Due to the nature of patterns, there are no returns or refunds. All sales are final. Help is available by email, link is included in pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY single crochet double crochet front post single crochet front and back post double crochet front post treble crochet front post double crochet 2 stitches together slip stitch invisible join GAUGE 15 stitches and 7 rows in double crochet = 4" x 4" (10 cm x 10 cm) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS newborn 0-6 months PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lion Brand Cotton Ease

Recommended with this pattern

  • "J" (6 mm) crochet hook
  • "H" (5 mm) crochet hook
  • 6 oz or less of worsted weight yarn

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Crochet by Jennifer
Crochet by Jennifer
Both my grandmothers taught me how to crochet when I was a child. In the fall of 2010, I got involved with crocheting again and it has quickly become a passion. I love creating patterns!