How To Crochet a Small Double Layer 3d Flower in 8 Easy Steps A Free Crochet Flower Pattern

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Create a beautiful small double layered,  5 Petal 3D flower in 8 easy steps with this free crochet pattern . This is an easy to crochet flower pattern, it does not matter what size of hook or yarn you use it will always turn out, Perfect for adding a little flower power to any of your projects.

Free Crochet Blanket Pattern | BIG Boys Crochet Blanket

This crochet blanket is so Easy to make and is perfect for those wanting extra warmth but without the weight and bulkiness of many blankets out there, MY Uncle, who is disabled, and finds himself needing a little extra layer of warmth at nights sitting watching the TV, asked me to crochet him a blanket, one that he could handle himself as many of the shop bought blankets were very heavy to handle. He wanted it light weight but needed to be warm and cosy.

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Big Boys Crochet Blanket
 A FREE CROCHET BLANKET PATTERN

Free Crochet Dinosaur Toy Pattern | Nessie The Lochs Monster

Although I like to doodle around and write my own patterns, Sometimes I get to enjoy making a
Fee Dinosaur crochet pattern Crochet the Loch Ness Monstercrochet piece from other Designers Patterns. There are hundreds of free crochet patterns available and I love finding and using them. After searching for a crochet dinosaur pattern. I found this amigurumi brontosaurus and knew its shape would lend itself well to what I had in mind. I made this delightful Crochet Loch Ness Monster. Which was eventually named The Sea Monster by its recipients.
 I am also informed he has been ski-ing in the Alps. And Currently enjoying the View of the Eifle Tower in Paris.
The pattern is FREE down loadable and can be printed.

Easy Newborn Crochet Cardigan FREE Pattern A Star is Born

 FREE crochet cardigan pattern for a newborn, that will fit the newly born baby perfectly. This crochet cardigan is made from the neck down using the single crochet.  Giving a nice firm neck and shoulder area, and for the body part  I wanted a nice pattern effect, eventually I decided on the star stitch. I have hunted around to find the perfect fitting first sized baby cardigan, and struggled, after my friend gave birth to a very healthy but small baby girl. Every outfit was way to big even in the first sizes, so the Star is Born baby cardigan was perfect. 


Free Crochet Pattern Baby Cardigan A Star is Born
Newborn Crochet Cardigan

Pattern written in US terms
I used DK  and a 4.00mm hook (US G6 and 3 Light Worsted) Shop Now for BEST Deals on Yarn*
Finished chest size is 16 inches around.  (newborn)

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  sell this pattern as a PDF printable Pattern with no adverts You can purchase it HERE from Craftsy you can purchase it here

Skill Level: Intermediate or Easy if you have worked with the Star Stitch before.

Measurements: Newborn 16 inches around chest.
I would perhaps make this for a preemie changing my hook – 3.5mm

Free Easy Crochet Pattern for Basic Baby Booties and Bonnet (New Baby Gift Set)

Crochet Pattern Baby Bonnet Booties FREE

Newborn and Premmie Crochet Baby Bonnet Pattern and simple Crochet Booties. A delightful easy free crochet pattern for beginners to crochet this adorable baby Bonnet and Bootie set. The recipient will be delighted to get this as a gift for a new baby which is just perfect for a preemie or newborn. It's on the small side and its just perfect enough to fit those precious babes that seem just too big to even fit the shops bought newborn clothing.  
Please be mindful of the cord ties on the bonnet. 

I also have an easy beginner-friendly Newborn baby crochet cardigan pattern that matches the bonnet and booties available FREE on my Blog here

  The front of the bonnet can be folded back to make smaller if needed and helps to get a cozy fit

This little crochet bonnet and crochet booties set is so easy to make and takes no time at all. making this an ideal last-minute baby shower gift set, and makes a beautiful crochet photo prop. 

 For making bigger than the stated, just add another round of increases, following the sequence.

I used a 4.50 uk (G6) steel hook ( I am an extremly loose crocheter, you may need to go up a hook size to achieve measurements)
US crochet terms used.
DK / Stylecraft Special

Preemie - PATTERN FURTHER DOWN THIS PAGE

Newborn  Head circumference 12"-13"  Back of Head diameter across 4.75"  

Newborn Crochet Baby Bonnet Pattern 

4.50mm  hook
US crochet terms used. 
DK / Stylecraft special /marriners baby soft

Magic circle

Ch3, Make 14 DCS in the first chain on hook, slip to join. 

Rnd 2: Ch2,  2 DCs in each stitch around; slip stitch to top of beginning CH 3 to join (24)

Rnd 3: ch3 *dc in next st, 2dc in next st* in each stitch around. repeat around, leaving the last 5 DCs unworked. Ch2, TURN (work at this point should measure 4.75 inches across widest parts)

Rnd 4: Ch3, Dc in each stitch, leaving the unworked stitches) TURN

Rnd 5: ch1 sc in each stitch, TURN

Rnd 6: Ch3, Dc in each stitch across 

Rnd 7: ch1 sc in each stitch, TURN

Rnd 8: Ch3, Dc in each stitch across,

Rnd 9: ch1 sc in each stitch, TURN

Rnd 10: Ch3, Dc in each stitch across, TURN

Rnd 11: ch1 sc in each stitch, TURN

Rnd 12: Ch3, Dc in each stitch across, TURN

Rnd 13: ch1 sc in each stitch, TURN

Rnd 14: Ch3, Dc in each stitch across, 

Bottom Of Bonnet (neckline) 

Row 1: CH 1, turn to work along the bottom of bonnet around the neck — work SC evenly around the neckline in SC to end of row (including unworked DCs of Row 2 (at center back of bonnet). 

Make sure this is an even number of stitches along the neck edge.  Ch1, TURN  

Row 2: Working back along the sc row just made.  ch2, *skip 1 stitch, ch1, sc in next* repeat ** along the edge and finish off.

Row 3: work 1 sc into each stitch and chain space. 

Ensuring you are working on the RS for the front edging. 

FRONT Edging

Ch2, slip stitch into next st, * ch1,sc in next st*  repeat continue working in this manner until the last space.

 Ch2,  slip stitch to finish.  

Fold Back front of the bonnet, the cord or ribbon will hold in place at the bottom ends or you can make a few stitches along the brim to secure, but I  leave because the baby's head shape changes so quickly in the first few weeks. 

You can thread a ribbon around the neckline or make a cord by 

CH 75 or desired length for a tie, enough to thread through the ch 1 spaces and to loosely tie under the chin. Fasten off neatly

 (Or if preferred you can skip this part and just thread through a ribbon to finish off )

Weave in all ends


Ribbon to finish off if you wish

Magic circle
or alternative start (Ch4 work 13 dc into 1st chain )

Preemie 4,00mm hook or hook to achieve 3.25 inches across back of bonnet) 

Ch3, Make 12 dcs in first chain on hook, slip to join. 

Rnd 2: Ch2,  2 DCs in each stitch around; slip stitch to top of beginning CH 3 to join (24)

Rnd 3: ch2 *2dc , dc in next st* in each stitch around. repeat around, leaving the last 3 DCs unworked. Ch2, TURN (32)

Rnd 4: Ch2, Dc in each stitch, leaving the unworked stitches) TURN

Rnd 5: ch1 sc in each stitch, TURN

Rnd 6: Ch3, Dc in each stitch across 

Rnd 7: ch1 sc in each stitch, TURN

Rnd 8: Ch3, Dc in each stitch across,  (Finish here  and continue to the bottom of the bonnet if you DO NOT WANT THE FOLD BACK BRIM

Rnd 9: ch1 sc in each stitch, TURN

Rnd 10: Ch3, Dc in each stitch across,  (these last 2 rows can be folded back to make a snug fit if needed) 

Bottom Of Bonnet (neckline) 

Row 1: Slip stitch in the corner; CH 1, turn to work on the bottom of bonnet around the neck — work SC evenly around the neckline in SC to end of row (including unworked DCs of Row 2 (at center back of bonnet).Make sure this is an even number of stitches along the neck edge.  Ch1, TURN (22 sc sts) 

Row 2: Working back along the sc row just made.  ch2, *skip 1 stitch, ch1, sc in next* repeat ** along the edge and finish off.

Join Yarn to the bottom corner on RS of work to work the front edging. 

FRONT Edging

*Ch2, slip stitch into next st, ch1,sc in next st,  continue working in this manner until the last space. Ch2,  slip stitch to finish.  

EASY Simple Crochet Pattern for Baby Booties

Start with Ch26
ROW 1: HDC in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. (25 hdc)  Ch 2 (counts as an HDC on next row), turn
ROW 2 - 3: HDC in each hdc across row (25 hdc).  ch 2, turn.

ROW 4: DC in each hdc across row (25 dc) - do not chain 3 at the end, just turn
ROW 5 (top of bootie) : slip st in the first 5 dcs, ch 3.  (counts as one dc) dc in the same st and then in each dc across leaving  4 sts unworked at the end..   Chain 3,  turn
ROWS 6 and 7 :   DC in each dc across the sts just worked being sure to DC into the very last stitch, ch 3 and turn 

ROW 8: 
Sc into 1st st near hook, ch 3, slip stitch in next st, repeat across to make a ruffle on the top.

Finish off.  ~Fold piece in half and stitch up using yarn and big needle
(this is the wrong side of the bootie.)  
Turn booties right side out and shape them with your hands. 

Crochet another length of chain sts and thread through Row 6 and tie at front of Bootie. 


Free crochet baby patterns booties bonnet