Crochet Easy Baby Jacket Pattern

Crochet Easy Baby Jacket Pattern

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Crochet Baby Jacket

Crochet Baby Jacket

Crochet Easy Baby Jacket

Crochet this pattern for charity and also for the new family members in your life… introducing the newborn to 12-month sizes for a Crochet Easy Baby Jacket.

This is one of the simplest designs for baby jackets. The top (yoke) starts off simply. Then after a few rows, you fold it special to make the top section. This is demonstrated in the tutorial. Then you crochet the rest of the jacket. Once the main section is done, you go and crochet the sleeves. You add a front border to both sides of the opening to make it look finished. Then add 1 button at the top.

For myself, filming this didn’t take long. This pattern with using the stitchwork, you could wip off several jackets for charity fairly quickly. The pattern is sized for newborn, 3 months and 6 – 12 months. The tutorial follows the newborn size but you can easily substitute the information that is shared in the tutorial by cross-referencing the pattern.

If you were to ever try a baby jacket, I would highly recommend this one as a starter.

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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.

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

21 thoughts on “Crochet Easy Baby Jacket Pattern”

  1. Rekha says:

    Can you please break down the number of dc per row from row 2-8? Thank you.

    1. Mikey says:

      Morning. I’m sorry, the designer didn’t break that out when they wrote the design. I don’t have that information readily available as it’s not on the pattern as you have most likely noticed. You can email Yarnspirations at https://www.yarnspirations.com/ca-en/contactus Their design team has made this pattern and customer service may already have this information in their notes. Best wishes.

  2. Jennifer Pilipey says:

    I have crocheted for 15 years and never felt comfortable enough to actually make a baby jacket!! This video is AMAZING and I have now made TWO of these sweaters one the 3 month size and one the newborn. This was the best video I have ever seen!! I wish you guys did one for the matching hat!! Thank you so much for all your help!

  3. Laura DeMaria says:

    I made the easy baby jacket in newborn and love it! The directions and tutorial were great . I haven’t crocheted in thirty years but am now hooked. I wanted to make the 12 month size easy baby jacket and do it in two colors like a color block. I want to use college colors of the parents. With that in mind do you think there is a natural place to change color in the directions? Also would I be able to add a second button to the jacket and have it hang correctly. I m not sure if I will change color on the front placard of the jacket or just pick one color to crochet. I’d appreciate any of your thoughts and expertise. Thank you.

    1. Mikey says:

      Do the colour changing as you proceed from the top Yoke to the body.

      1. Laura DeMaria says:

        Thanks I will send a photo once complete

  4. Amina Ebrahim says:

    Excellent Tutorial .Thank you so much

    1. Deb roberts says:

      Hi I’ve not been crocheting long ,have tried a few patterns fail?but yours brilliant thank you so much so easy to follow explained so well.so thanks again from sunny North wales ???????

      1. Mikey says:

        Thank you for your appreciation. We try our best.

  5. Azita says:

    Where is the pattern? I watched the YouTube tutorial. Clicked the link underneath the video to the pattern. I was brought here where there is a link back to the video. It’s a loop. Is there a PDF pattern? The one shown in the video? How can I find it to print? Thanks!

    1. Marina King says:

      I added the blue pattern button for you, to make it easier to find, hope this helps

      1. Susan says:

        Where is it? I only see links for trick or treat bags and baby booties. There’s no blue pattern button.

      2. Mikey says:

        Our website is currently down at the moment. – Michael

      3. Colin Woods says:

        Sorry I must be daft, I’ve clicked all the possible links and cant find the pattern

      4. Mikey says:

        There is a BLUE button that states PATTERN.

        It’s above the subtitle that states TUTORIAL. It’s center screen. That is the button that will redirect you to Yarnspirations where the pattern is. Also, the words of the name of the project in the Easy Baby Crochet Jacket is also the same link.

        Please enjoy.

  6. Lisa says:

    Nice pattern! This jacket looks super cute. I love to make crochet pattern and want to make this one for my daughter. Thanks for the tutorial.

  7. Jerry says:

    Link to pattern broken

    1. Mikey says:

      Thank you. I just updated this article.

  8. Kim says:

    Do you have the printed instructions for use when the internet is unavailable to watch the video?

    1. tammy says:

      has this pattern been reviewed and updated? there are some stich count errors for example… with the first row, there are only 6 stitches before the first V counting the ch and 7 after the last V. I also noticed comments on the pattern website others have stich count trouble as well.

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