19 Crochet Caron Baby Cakes Patterns

19 Crochet Caron Baby Cakes Patterns

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19 Caron Baby Cakes Crochet Projects

19 Caron Baby Cakes Crochet Projects. Tiles for Miles Baby Blanket

19 Crochet Caron Baby Cakes Ideas

New to the family is the Caron Baby Cakes, a sister of the ever popular original Caron Cakes. Caron came out with a baby edition and considered the requests of crocheters and knitters to eliminate wool from the cakes. Now with 82% Acrylic with 18% Nylon. This yarn is super soft with soft muted tones with baby in mind.

 

Gallery of Colours

At the time of launch, these colours were available exclusively at Michaels Stores.

Crochet Project Ideas using Caron Baby Cakes

You can pretty much use any existing baby project and use this yarn. I have scoured through what we have on file here. I have tutorials made for many baby projects. So I am giving suggestions on projects that will lend itself well. Use the recommended hook size on the label which is 5 mm or size H hook. You will need to figure out the yardage for quantity of balls needed. To help you, the yardage of one of these balls is 231 yards / 211 m. It’s classified as (4) Medium Weight.

Tutorials are inside the articles for your convenience. 

Baby Blankets

  1. Geometric Baby Blanket
  2. Happy Baby Blanket
  3. Baby Star Blanket
  4. Fluffy Meringue Baby Blanket – I think this would be stunning!
  5. Baby Chevron / Zig Zag Blanket
  6. Tumbling Blocks Baby Blanket – Corner to Corner
  7. From the Middle Baby Blanket
  8. Crochet Baby Bundle Blanket – Texture is Awesome
  9. Crochet Easy Baby Blanket
  10. Easy Peasy Blanket Blanket

Baby Sweaters & Dress

  1. Crochet Baby Pull Over
  2. Flower Petal Cardigan
  3. Easy Baby Jacket
  4. Little Sweetie Dress

Hats

  1. Kitty Hat
  2. Teddy Bear Hat
  3. Teeny Weeny Hat – Preemie
  4. Teeny Weeny Hat – Newborn
  5. Teeny Weeny Hat – up to 3 Months

Bonus Free Patterns Lookbooks

Yarnspirations has Lookbooks that offer free patterns in each. They are free. You flip through the book and see what you like. Click the pictures of what you like and it will take you to the patterns. Some have matching tutorials.

Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.