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Free Crochet Cardigan Pattern for Newborn Babies

Free Crochet Pattern for a Newborn Baby Cardigan which is worked in Double Crochet using a 4.00mm hook.  

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The original pattern for this wee cardigan was written for a preemie and small Newborn baby   Megans  Crochet Baby Cardigan Pattern which is made using an Aran weight yarn.

Many have asked for the same simple styled cardigan in Double Knit =Worsted weight.

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NEWBORN Crochet Cardigan FREE PATTERN
in Double Crochet Yarn (*AF) and using a 4.00mm hook


17 inches around Chest area.
using a 4.00 mm hook and DK  (I used Marriners Super Soft Baby  which I find makes lovely Baby items)
Buttons
Needle to weave ends in.

Gauge: 8dc = 2 inches( I crochet very loosley )
Written in US terms

Please read all the notes throughout.

Ch2 counts as first stitch

Chain 51
Row 1: 1dc into 4th ch from hook, 6sts 3dc in next, (FRONT)
       dc in next 8sts, (SHOULDER)  3 dc in next st,
       dc in next 15 sts, (BACK) 3 dc in next st,
       dc in next 8 sts, 3 dc in next st,
       dc in next  7sts, 3 dc in next st, turn  

Row 2: Ch2, dc in next 7, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 10 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 17 ch, 3dc in next ch,
       dc in next 10sts,3dc in next,
       dc in last 8 sts.turn

Row 3: Ch2, dc in next 8sts,3dc in next st,
       dc in next 12sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 19sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 12sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in last 9sts. Turn

Row 4: Ch2, dc in next 9sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 14 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 21 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 14 sts,3dc in next st,
       dc in last 10 sts.turn

Row 5: Ch2, dc in next 10 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 16 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 23 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 16 sts,3dc in next st,
       dc in last 11 sts.turn


Row 6: Ch2, dc in next 11 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 18 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 25 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 18 sts,3dc in next st,
      dc in last 12 sts. turn

Row 7:Ch2, dc in next 12sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 20 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 2h7 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 20sts,  3dc in next st,
      dc in last 13 sts.  turn

ROw 8: Ch2, dc in next 13 sts, Ch4, SKIP 24 sts,
          dc in next 31sts, Ch4, SKIP 24sts,
          dc in last 14sts, turn (68sts)

Row 9: Ch1, dc in every stitch including the ch 4, turn (68sts)

Row 10: Ch1, dc in each stitch, turn (68sts)

Row 11  Repeat Row 10 until work measure approx 9.5 Inches from shoulder.

Fasten off
       
Cardigan edging with Button Holes:  start at lower edge on right front.

With RS facing, and a 4.00mm hook join with your chosen yarn
we will be working in single crochet around the cardigan border (making 3scs into each CORNER, Turn)

RS: Ch1, 1sc into base of ch1, work sc evenly into row ends up first front edge
to front top corner, work 3sc into corner stitch, continue working 1sc into each ch around neck to next top corner,
3sc into corner, continue working evenly into row ends down second front edge
to bottom corner, 3sc into corner, ch1, work 1sc into each dc along bottom of cardigan to end,
ss to first sc on beginning of row. Turn.

Next Row:  Ch1, 1sc into base of ch1, 1sc into each sc to last 2 stitches , slip stitch to top stitch of the neck line for a neat finish.
FASTEN OFF HERE

Buttonhole Row: (Remember LOOPS ON LEFT for BOY . LOOPS on Right hand side for GIRL)   
make our evenly where you wish the button holes to be on the cardigan. I love the look of 3 buttons from the top on a newborn.
How. the buttonholes will be made if you wish more mark out evenly spaced holes.

Join yarn to RS of work to opposite  side.
work 1sc into base of ch1, (*make 2ch, miss 1sc, 1sc into each of next 8sc*) repeat for s many buttonholes as you would like,  sc to second last st ch1, slip to join. Fasten off

Sleeves:
Rnd 1: join yarn to centre of the underarm, (2nd stitch of the chain 4), Make sure this row is worked in the opposite direction of Row 8.
Ch3, (counts as first dc) Work Dc evenly around the armhole (34sts)   
(You will work 2dc into a SIDE of  ROW 10 stitches at Armhole see PIC on last page for visual)
Slip stitch to Join to First DC (4th chain from ch3) TURN
Rnd 2:Ch 3(counts as first dc), dc in each st around,  Slip stitch to Join to First DC, Turn
Rnd 3:Ch 3(counts as first dc), 2dctog, dc in all sts to last 2, 2dctog,  Slip stitch to Join to First DC, Turn
Repeat for 7 more rows: Ch 3(counts as first dc), dc in each st around,  Slip stitch to Join to First DC, Turn
(by doing this you will decrease 1 stitch per round)
Sc in each stitch around and Fasten off 

Finish as you please 



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I have also sized up the double crochet Cardigan pattern  into the next size suitable for a 3+ month 

See the FULL FREE Pattern on my website HERE 

 

 


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However, you must NOT copy or distribute the pattern online TEXT OR PDF, in part or whole anywhere else,
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Free Crochet Cardigan Patterns for Baby

The most asked for patterns I am requested is for baby cardigans for 0-3 months or a newborn baby . I will collect my personal favorite here on this page.  And I will keep adding as I come across some too. 

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Adorable  Baby Cardigan. FREE PDF to Download and Print from Cygnet Yarns - HERE

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Free Crochet Pattern baby Cardigan hat and booties set- worked side to side and is really cute 

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This is another FREE PDF pattern you can download and Print. Again Worked side to side this is for a bigger baby But I am going to try making this in lighter yarn weight and a smaller hook.  Because I  love the simplicity of how this is made and the neckline will be perfect for little babies.

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Source: Ravelry user

This is a very popular cardigan to crochet for baby, with the offset buttons perfect for under little chins. 

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This is a full baby crocheted set but so pretty 


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This is a very easy simple crochet baby cardigan (FREE PATTERN) worked from the top down. We found this perfect for my newborn grandson popped over a little all in one sleepsuit to keep him warm. 


Free crochet pattern baby newborn cardigan

This is a lovely warm baby cardigan 




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A traditional Crochet cardigan for baby
FREE crochet Cardigan Pattern HERE


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This is the most popular request for a newborn baby cardigan i am requested to make.
Sweet Sugar long sleeved baby  cardigan, 

There really is nothing sweeter and no greater responsibility than when you are making a newborns first cardigan
But I must admit! I LOVE getting and recieving little photos of babies wearing the items I have made for them.

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Baby is Wearing Sweet Sugar Babies Long Sleeved Baby Cardigan by LisaAuch
This is a pretty little newborn hat and cardigna set a FREE download from Yarnspirations

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Free Pattern  to Download and Print for this cute quick to make Baby Cardigan



Baby Crochet Booties (FREE PATTERN) Cute Fur Trimmed Crochet Baby Shoes

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Adorably Cute Baby Crochet Booties (FREE Crochet Bootie Pattern) with a tie front to ensure they stay on feet.
Tried and tested on my Grandson. 
Will fit 0-3 months Make these booties today with this Free Crochet Pattern from LisaAuch


You will skip some stitches and work some stitches into the base of the chain or the Slip to join space (this is to limit the bulkiness of the bootie for tiny feet ) This pattern is a more advanced pattern
if you wish a more beginner-friendly Baby Bootie pattern please visit  HERE  where I show you how to crochet easy baby booties with a photo tutorial.

I used a 4.00mm hook
Double Knit Yarn from Deramores
and
small amount of fluffy type baby yarn if you wish for the top cuff.
Crochet Bootie Pattern FREE
If you wish to help support me and my free pattern website so I can keep making FREE Patterns avialable then you can buy an AD FREE version of this pattern to Print and Download HERE for $2.00 Checking out with Paypal HERE Buy Now -
Thank you so much for your continued support Stay safe and Stay Well - Lisa x

Newborn Baby Crochet Hat Pattern - Perfect Crochet Hat for Donating to Hospitals


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This newborn crochet hat is perfect for babies just coming out of the hospital or making a few and donating them to your local hospital. (Please check with the labor Deliverysuite midwives if donations are being taken at this time, If your local hospital is not taking donations at this time do not worry there is always a hospital requiring hats.)

Cute Easy Quick Newborn Baby Bear Hat Pattern (FREE)

My daughter asked me to crochet her a little baby hat with bear ears. To match the Long sleeved baby cardigan and booties I had just made. 

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I love this baby hat pattern as it works up so easily and always gets so many compliments. 

It is Perfect last minute crochet gift idea for Baby Showers. And only takes a little amount of yarn 

Size : Newborn

Free Crochet Pattern for Baby Booties with a Strap For a Girl

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I Love to Crochet Baby Booties. In fact its one of my most favourite crochet projects, I can always whip up a quick pair of booties for a surprise Baby Shower Gift.
And they always receive 'ooohhs and 'Ahhhs of appreciations from every one.
So when I find a free crochet pattern to make for baby booties that not only look Amazing but FIT and stay on Baby's tiny feet!
Of course I got to tell you where you can find the pattern too. Yes I can buy Baby Shoes, Like these gorgeous Satin Mary Jane Baptism Ballerina Baby Bootees 

Lets be honest the first thing I go looking for when I hear of a new baby on the horizon, Is baby booties, Baby footwear has came on leaps and bounds and you can have a pair to match every outfit.  
My favourite Book to crochet Baby Booties are also available to buy. These patterns are real easy and I just keep the book handy for correct sizing .

But......
Call me old fashioned I LOVE handmade crocheted Baby Booties and these are my All Time Favourite.



                  

                                             The adorable Free Crochet pattern for the Baby Booties                                    

                   HopefulHoney.com


Sweet Sugar Crochet Baby Cardigan Easy Free Pattern

Crochet Baby Cardigan Easy Free Pattern


A Free Crochet Pattern by LisaAuch for a Long Sleeve Baby Cardigan. 

This is the Free Version of The Long-Sleeved Baby Crochet cardigan. Cardigan is crocheted from the neck down, creating the yoke first and then crocheting the bodice, and finally the sleeves.
 Very easy to make. But Looks extremely impressive.
Perfect for a newborn 

You can BUY an advertisement FREE and Clean version via Ravelry where you can print and keep the Pattern.


As always you are Free to make and sell items you have made from the pattern. However, You Must NOT copy or distribute the pattern online TEXT OR PDF, in part or whole anywhere else without my express wrote permission. You can share the picture of the finished item. With a link BACK to this page. You must NOT use my pictures in any way to sell YOUR Own Finished product You will NOT put this PATTERN (whole or in part) on to ANY other SITE online without my express written permission. This post may contain affiliate links.
Happy Hooking


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Crochet Baby Cardigan Easy Free Pattern
Skill Level:
You should be able to work in single crochet, double crochet, work in a repeat pattern sequence.
be familiar with making a garment from the neck down

Measurements: Newborn 17inches around chest.

Gauge: 9 double crochet measures 2inches
Materials:
Yarn Baby Double knit Yarn
I used exactly 1x100grms
Hook 3.50mm, 4.00mm hook
Additional Supplies: 3 small buttons

Abbreviations: Pattern written in US crochet terms

ch = chain
st(s) = stitch (es)
sc =single crochet
dc= double crochet

NOTE: the dc in the BASE of Chain stitch at start of rows of neck counts as the first stitch until pattern commences.

Special Stitches: (sc, dc) in same stitch

Notes:

Read Pattern instructions carefully before starting to crochet.

This cardigan is worked from the Neck Down

To create the shoulders you will increase by working 3 sets of specified stitch in one stitch, each shoulder row will increase by 8 stitches.

FREE Crochet Pattern For Long-Sleeved Baby Cardigan

Start by creating a Chain of 57 with the 4.00mm hook, change to 3.5mm hook to continue

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, Sc in next 8 chs, 3sc in next ch
Sc in next 6 chs, 3sc in next ch,
sc in next 22 chs, 3sc in next ch,
sc in next 6 chs, 3sc in next ch,
sc in last 9sts. Ch 2, TURN

Row 2:
make your first dc in the base of the turning chain in every row from here on in until pattern commences. dc in first 9sts, 3dc in next,
dc in next 8sts, 3dc in next,
dc in next 24sts,3dc in next,
dc in next 8sts, 3dc in next st,
dc in last 10sts , chain 1, TURN,

Row 3:
sc in first 11sts, 3sc in next,
sc in next 10sts, 3sc in next,
sc in next 26sts,3sc in next,
sc in next 10sts, 3sc in next st,
sc in last 11sts, ch2, TURN

Row 4: dc in first 12sts, 3dc in next,
dc in next 12sts, 3dc in next,
dc in next 28sts,3dc in next,
dc in next 12sts, 3dc in next st,
dc in last 12sts, Ch 1TURN
 

Row 5: sc in first 13sts,3sc in next,
sc in next 14sts,3sc in next,
sc in next 30sts, 3sc in next,
sc in next 14sts,3sc in next,
sc in last 13sts, ch2, TURN 


Row 6: dc in first 14sts, 3dc in next ,
dc in next 16 sts, 3dc in next

dc in next 32 sts, 3dc in next 
dc in next 16 sts, 3 dc in next
dc in last 14sts, ch1 TURN                                                                                                                                              
Row 7: sc in first 15sts, 3sc in next,

sc in next 18sts, 3sc in next, 
sc in next 34 sts, 3sc in next, 
sc in next 18sts, 3sc in next, 
sc in last 15 sts, Ch1, TURN
                                                                          
Row 8: dc in first 16sts,
3dc in next, dc in next 20sts,
3dc in next, dc in next 36sts,
3dc in next, dc in next 20sts,
3dc in next st, dc in last 16sts , ch1, TURN,
You will be creating the armholes now.

Row 9: sc in first 18sts, skip 22sts,
sc in next 40sts, skip 22sts,
sc in last 18sts. Ch1, TURN,

BODY: Pattern Rows.

Row 10: [(sc, dc) skip 1 stitch], repeat [ ] to last st, ch1, TURN

Row 11: skip 1st stitch, [(sc,dc) skip 1 stitch], repeat [ ] , finish with a sc,dc in last stitch, ch1, TURN,

Continue working Row 11 for further 10 rows or until work measures 9 1/2 inches,

Changing to the 4.00mm hook at row 16.

Make sure last row worked is finishing on your chosen boy girl right side of work.

Do Not Fasten Off.

Continue with the 4.00mm hook, Attach yarn Right side at last row of YOKE,

Working in single crochet work evenly up the front of cardigan, to neck,

Working 3sc in corner stitches, work around neck and down front

Finish with a slip stitch into first row of pattern

Attach the buttons to the preferred side of cardigan,

I use the double crochet spaces on the opposite side as the buttonholes.

Sleeves: still working with the 4.00mm hook,

Row1: Join Yarn in a stitch under the arm single crochet evenly around make sure you have 26sts,

Ch1 TURN, (you will join the sleeve edge later.

Row2: sc in base of ch,1, dc in same spce, [ (sc, dc) skip next st], repeat [ ] around and finish

With a single crochet in the last stitch, Ch1, TURN.

Repeat Row 2 for 15 rows, (always finish with a single crochet) 16 pattern rows in total.

Cuff (work in rounds) : join yarn at side of cuff, and single crochet in each stitch around,

Slipping to join the other side of the sleeve, so as to work in the round.

Mark here as beginning of round.

Rnd 2 of Cuff: single crochet in first 4sts, skip 1 stitch repeat around,

Rnd 3: single crochet in each stitch around, fasten off and weave in ends to finish,

Weave in all ends

Use the yarn end at under arm for sewing together the arm seams.


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PLEASE NOTE: 
I have 2 finishings to the cardigan.
As You can see from the photos the PINK cardigan is finished with only single crochet around the yoke and neck, the

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WHITE cardigan in the picture is finished with a single crochet in each stitch around the cardigan. 

How about making a Matching Crochet Baby blanket to go with this gorgeous Cardigan 

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See my Easy FREE Crochet Pattern for a Matching Baby Blanket HERE




 


 

Free Crochet Newborn Baby Hat Pattern Ribbed Baby Hat With a large pom pom Perfect for Baby

Free Crochet Baby Hat Pattern Ribbed Baby Hat With a large pom pom Perfect for Baby
Today I bring you a delightful Free Crochet Baby Hat Pattern Ribbed Baby Hat With a large pom pom Perfect for a Boy or girl. Will fit Newborn. You should be able to work in Front Post Double Crochet, Back post Double Crochet, and Front Post Half Double Crochet 
Using a 4.00 hook and Aran Weight Yarn the finished hat measures 18 inches around

Crochet A Christmas Baby Set with FREE PATTERNS

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Create a beautiful Crochet Baby Set with Free Patterns  
I love it when I am asked to crochet a special set for the baby. And this one is going to the top of my list. A beautiful Christmassy outfit fit for a princess.


A gorgeous Vintage inspired Swing Baby Cardigan, Crochet Baby Hat and Crocheted Baby Booties. All made with a bright Christmas RED double knit yarn and finished with a lovely soft White Edging.
Free Patterns are all on this Site.

Free Crochet Pattern for the Cardigan

Free Crochet Patterns for the Booties

(I finished off without the strap)

Free Crochet Pattern for the HAT and Crochet Flower 

(step by step photo Tutorial)



Easy Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern, FREE Crochet Pattern

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This is a very easy blanket to make up you can start with any stitch number you require to make it any length you wish. It also is in the Same stitch Design as the
Sweet sugar Babies Beautiful Long Sleeved Cardigan
Making this an ideal gift set for a new baby.


The finished dimensions of this blanket is 23 inches across and 30 inches deep.
Of course, you can make this blanket any size you wish just make sure your starting chain is easily divided by 2. Also, you can use any yarn and hook.
For my blanket, I used Double Knit* and a 4.5mm hook
The pattern is written in US terms.


Easy FAST crochet Baby Blanket Pattern FREE 

Ch 80

Row 1: DC in 4th ch from hook, [sk 1 st, SC and DC in next stitch (both in same stitch)]
repeat from [ ] across, ending with sk 1 st, SC in last stitch. Ch 1, turn.

Row 2: sc DC in base of ch1, [sk 1 st, SC and DC in next stitch (both in same stitch)] repeat from [ ]  across, ending with sk 1 st, SC in last stitch/turning ch. Ch 1, turn.

Repeat row 2 until you reach the desired length.

For a simple border, simply work single crochet evenly across the sides, tops and bottom of blanket working 3 single crochet into the corners. 
Cut yarn.
Weave in ends

FREE Crochet Baby Hat Pattern with Earflaps


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This is a very easy baby hat to make ideal for beginners, and makes up in no time at all. This easy to follow crochet pattern is also a great pattern for first time baby hat makers, especially if you have always wondered how to make a baby hat with ear flaps!

Free Crochet Pattern Baby Cardigan

This crochet cardigan for 0-3 months baby, is worked in half double crochet and made from the neck top  down, the simple pattern makes it great for even beginners, it really is so simple as  it can be made very quickly.

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I like using a double knit yarn and a 4.5mm hook
Finished Chest measurement = 16 inches around.

Free Crochet Patterns for Babies Cardigan and Blanket Set (The Perfect Crochet Set for a Boy or Girl)

Babies, babies and even more babies....It seems my whole family is expecting! And means I get to look at adorable crochet pattern for babies....Woo woo its just great news for me as I get to indulge in my most favorite pastime. Crocheting newborn baby items.
As you probably know by now I have taken a slight step back from producing and writing my own patterns (wondering what on earth I am talking about you can read my story here (Where Have I Been)

Anyway once I had completed the bigger projects for my aunt and uncle I was bought several balls of yarn (Blue and Cream) for the babies we are expecting within the family.
One is definitely a boy...lol the scan showed it clear as day hence the blue yarn.

The other little one will be a wonderful surprise. Hence  the Cream. Sidar Snuygly (BUY NOW)  It is so soft and snugly it makes me feel all yummy inside. Working with it is like being in heaven surrounded by little fluffy clouds (I know  overboard description but it IS awesome)

Cute as a Button Newborn Crochet Hat Pattern Free Perfect for Baby Boys

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The original Baby Hat Pattern
 Adorable small fitting ribbed peaked cap perfect for the little man. A Reader requested the popular Cute as a Button Pattern for a small baby 14 inches around. the problem making the original pattern any smaller means you start to lose the effect of the ribbing. So with a little bit of tweaking to the original pattern here is Cute as a Button Hat for newborns

I used Red Heart Bella  in white (Buy Now)  and a 3.50mm hook
Terms and pattern are written in US.
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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)

Due to the amount of emails I receive regarding printing my patterns I have decided to also
  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. 


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Free Crochet Pattern Baby Bonnet Star Stitch Little Star Baby Bonnet

 

You all know I love Baby bonnets, and I am in love with the Little Star Stitch Baby Bonnet.This is a 0 - 3 months sized baby  bonnet. But it is so easy to make for bigger sizes following the handy size chart I have included for you.
Just follow the instructions for making the bonnet bigger.
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Free Vintage Crochet Pattern for Baby Cardigan Jacket Tried and Tested

I Love the look of Vintage crochet patterns, but in the beginning was put off by the way they were written.  The measurements, yarn and hook sizes vary considerably to what we are used to.
However I have been trying out some of the pattern on Free Vintage Crochet Patterns and I love how this little Baby cardigan jacket has turned out.

Crochet Baby Mittens | Vintage Swing Crochet Baby Mitts A Free Crochet Pattern

A reader requested if I was considering writing a pattern out for matching baby mitts for the Vintage Swing Baby Jacket. The yoke and hat set has a very pretty, simple yet effective patterns using single crochet, double crochet alternating rows. So I sat down and wrote out the little thumbless mitts pattern. and I must say they are delightful.
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I admit by the time I had finished them off and threaded the ribbon around the wrist part, I was overjoyed by their cute factor .

As Always let me know in the comments if you find a mistake or are having a problem.
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for smallest size I used a 3.00 mm hook and baby DK yarn/worsted.
TO achieve a larger sized mitt for 3-6 months I used a 4.00mm hook and DK baby yarn/ worsted weight ( My favourite)  Red Heart E302B.0373 Super Saver Jumbo Yarn, Petal Pink

Free Crochet Patterns Baby Booties

free crochet baby booties patterns, baby booties, free crochet patternsI Love nothing better than to crochet Baby Booties, well maybe I love the Free Crochet Patterns I have found for making booties. Booties are actually quite simple when you master the basic patterns. I love tinkering about with colors and adding crochet flowers.
accompanied with links. Please note some of these patterns are my own and some are not. I know there is nothing worse than going to a free pattern site finding nothing but links that go nowhere.  This collection of favourite patterns have all been tried and made by myself, not just a few links posted. Where possible I will provide images of completed shoes. Or if that is not possible I know the designer will be happy to share their work I will include theirs.
Please respect the individuals copyright to their patterns.
I have collected here my go-to patterns for creating baby shoes. 
Have I missed out your favourite?  Let me know in the comments and I will review it for you and add it 

free crochet baby booties patterns, baby booties, free crochet patternsthese classic mary jane crochet shoes are just perfect for a newborn I love them and actually I know a few mothers who have put them into their daughters "Firsts" box to keep

My Favourite Free Crochet Patterns for Baby Booties BONUS - Matching hat pattern too




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