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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