Reading Time: < 1 minute Sugar & Shine Baby’s First Afghan Crochet Baby Square Afghan will measure approximately 39″ square using 6 balls of 100 G or 3.5 OZ yarn balls. Use more balls if desired to be bigger. Afghan is smaller in this photo than the finished size as this pattern indicates. This photo is to give you a […]read more >
Category: Bernat Baby Coordinates
Bernat Baby Coordinates is super soft, lightweight yarn, with a shimmer! These free patterns from Crochet Crowd highlight this yarn’s special shine.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Basket Weave Crochet Baby Hat The crochet basket weave is one of the most popular stitches of all time. The rich texture plays well. This is the Crochet Basket Weave Hat designed for 6 months to 12 months of age. Use the front post and back posts to create the basket weave look. This type […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Baby Lazy Wave Blanket Crochet a Baby Lazy Wave Blanket using Bernat Coordinates yarn. This pattern is versatile as you can change the hook and yarn sizes to another brand and use this pattern to create it. The multiples of this pattern are 12 + 3. The pattern is very easy to maintain. For a […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Crochet Baby Hoodies Crochet your new addition to your family or for charity these Crochet Baby Sweet Hoodies. These are cardigan style hoodies with a back panel, left and right panel. An additional hoodie is sewn to the top to bring this to conclusion. The stitching is made up of half double crochets. There’s no […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Baby Shower Booties This is one of the simplest baby booties in my entire collection of free patterns. When you see the written instructions, you will notice there is not much to these. You can probably crochet many sets for charity without any troubles. For babies from 3 – 6 months. Crochet your own pair […]read more >
Reading Time: 3 minutes Crochet Groovy Baby Hat Would you like your baby hat to have a bit of style without having to do too much with the design? This hat is utilizing the back and front posts instead of just going into the stitches. It makes for a very large deep groove and neat design. This hat design […]read more >