My daughter crocheted this beautiful baby sleep sack for her newest nephew, who is due at the beginning of next month. She did a lovely job, and it is giving me some ideas….
I thought, along with working on my “Baby Afghans for Every Season” patterns, I’d see about working up some patterns for Baby sleep sacks. I’d like to pull some details from our more popular baby afghan patterns, so I think I will explore adapting this design from our Granny Twist Baby Afghan pattern…. Granny Twist Baby Afghan pattern….
Hannah and I are busy with various crochet projects today. Hannah is crocheting a cute little bear for a 1 year old for his birthday. This little guy will be SO soft! I will post the finished pic with a pattern link when it’s finished. And he is sitting on the next pattern in development for Baby Afghans for Every Season.
My daughter Hannah is very creative in her crochet, and rarely uses a pattern, when her own imagination is better! She made this little hat for a dear friend’s little boy for Christmas, and I think it’s just adorable!
It’s very soft – she used Bernat Blanket Yarn (weight – super bulky). Sorry there is no pattern to share, but thought you might enjoy!
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MATERIALS: YARDAGE: Worsted Weight Yarn approx.
as follows (I rounded up slightly):
White – 9.5 oz,
Lt Pink – 3.25 oz, Med Pink – 1.5 oz, Dk Pink – 2.5 oz,
Lt Blue – 1.5 oz, Med Blue – 2.25 oz, Dk Blue – 2.25 oz,
Yellow – 2.25 oz, Lt Green – 2.25 oz, Dk Green – 1.5 oz
HOOK SIZE:size H
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