Tag Archives: baby crochet patterns

Free Baby Crochet Pattern-Picot Edge Cardigan UK

Free Baby Crochet Pattern-Picot Edge Cardigan UK – A pretty baby cardigan written in UK format, made in a shell design for a 14 inch chest Newborn baby, sweet little gift to bring baby home in.

Free baby crochet pattern-picot edge cardigan UK

The sample was made in
King Cole Big Value Baby Yarn.

Picot edge cardigan UK free baby crochet pattern

Subscribe to my Newsletters and receive a gift PDF pattern

HOW DO I PRINT THE PATTERN
If you would rather just skip my pictures and print, scroll down the page to the PRINT icon at the bottom of the post
OR
Click to purchase a PDF of this pattern (advert free)

Free picot edge cardigan baby pattern yoke

See more free baby crochet patterns on the links below.

“Start Watching Now!”

Baby Socks

Sail Boat

Butterfly Baby Blanket

Please can you help to support my blog by sharing this adorable free baby crochet pattern-picot edge UK cardigan on your Facebook and Pinterest

Click here for USA format

Find all my FREE crochet patterns HERE

*******************************************************************

Free Baby Crochet Pattern-Picot Edge Cardigan UK

Abbreviations
WS.    Wrong Side

RS.     Right Side
dc.     Double Crochet
tr.      Treble
rpt.    Repeat
ss       Slip Stitch
Inc.    Increase

Shell.   2tr, 1ch, 2tr

Picot Edge.
 * 1dc into next 3dc, 3ch, ss into first of 3ch just made, * rpt from * to * to end.

Size to fit approx:- 14” chest Newborn baby

Finished length from shoulder approx 9 inches
Sleeve seam finished length approx 4.5 inches

Materials
For great results it is always best to use the recommended yarn I have used:-

100 grams of King Cole big value baby DK yarn

4.00mm Clover Crochet Hook, 3 small buttons 

TENSION – 9tr and 5 Rows of tr measures approx 2 inches x 2 inches (5cm x 5cm)

******************************************************************

Worked in one piece starting with yoke, with 4.00mm hook make 49ch, (RS) 1tr into 4th ch from hook, 1tr into each ch to end (46tr + 3ch). Turn.

Row 2 – (Inc) 3ch, 1tr into 1st tr, * 2tr into next tr, 1tr into each of next 3tr, * rpt from * to * to end, 1tr into top of 3ch, (57tr + 3ch). Turn.

Row 3 – 3ch, 1tr into each tr to end, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.

Row 4 – (Inc) 3ch, 1tr into next tr * 2tr into next tr, 1tr into each of next 2tr * rpt from * to * to last tr and 3ch, 2tr into tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn. (76tr + 3ch)

Row 5 – 3ch, 1tr into each tr to end, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.

Row 6 – (Inc) 3ch, 1tr into next tr, * 2tr into next tr, 1tr into each of next 2tr * rpt from * to * to last 2tr and 3ch, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into last tr, 1tr into top of 3ch (101tr + 3ch). Turn.

Commence Skirt – 3ch, miss first tr, * 1 shell (see abbrev) into next tr, miss 2tr, * rpt from * to * to end, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn. (33 Shells)

Next Row – (Divide for armholes), 3ch, 1 shell into each of the next 5 shells, miss 6 shells, (sleeve) 1 shell into each of next 11 shells, miss next 6 shells, (sleeve) 1 shell into each of next 5 shells, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn. (21 shells)

Next Row – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, * 1 shell into next shell, 1dc into the space between shells, * rpt from * to * to end, working last dc into top of 3ch. Turn.

Pattern Row 1 – 3ch, 1 shell into each shell to end, 1tr into dc. Turn.

Pattern Row 2 – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch,  * 1 shell into next shell, 1dc into the space between shells, * rpt from * to * to end, working last dc into top of 3ch. Turn.

Pattern Rows 1 & 2 form the pattern, rpt both pattern rows 4 more times or until work measures approx 9” from shoulder. Turn. 

Next row –  1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, * 1dc into next 2tr, 1dc into 1ch space, 3ch, ss into first of 3ch just made, 1dc into same 1ch space, 1dc into next 2tr, miss dc, * rpt from * to * to last dc, 1dc into last dc.

(A contrast colour can be used here if you wish). Fasten off.

Sleeves x 2 – With WS facing, rejoin yarn to same 1ch space of shell on skirt at base of armhole, 3ch, 1 shell into each shell across, ending with 1tr into 1ch space of shell on skirt on opposite side of armhole, ss to top of 3ch on beginning of row. Turn.

Starting with Pattern Row 2, rpt Pattern Rows 1 & 2 turning and slip stitching at the end of each row three more times or until sleeve seam measures approx 4” work Pattern Row 1 once. Turn. (6 shells)

Cuff – Missing all ch spaces, work 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each tr to end, ss to first dc. Turn. (25dc). Work 1 more row of 1dc into each dc to end, ss to first dc. Turn. Work 1 row of picot edge (see abbrev) to end, ss to first dc. Fasten off. (Use a contrast colour here if you wish)

Button/Buttonhole Bands – Starting with WS facing, rejoin yarn at lower edge, working upwards towards neck edge, work 33dc evenly in row ends, up first front edge, 3dc into corner, 1dc into each tr around neck, 3dc into corner, work 33dc evenly into row ends down second front edge. Turn.

Next Row – (Buttonholes) Work 1dc into each of next 21dc, (to base of yoke) 2ch, miss 1dc, 1dc into next 5dc, (twice), 2ch, miss 1dc, 1dc into last dc. Turn at neck edge.

Next Row – Work 1 row of picot edge working into all dc and ch spaces to end. (use a contrast colour for this row if prefer).  Fasten off.

Return to the opposite side of front edge and working from the neck downwards, work 1 more row in dc. Turn.

Work 1 row of picot edge. Fasten off.

Finishing – Add a stitch under arm to close small gaps, sew in and tie off loose threads, turn through to right side. Sew on buttons to correspond with the buttonholes.

Hope you enjoy this free baby crochet pattern-picot edge cardigan uk.

Free baby crochet pattern-picot edge cardigan UK

Happy crocheting!

**********************************************************************

All pattern sizing, yarn weights, gauges etc on this website are approx as everybody crochets differently. Every effort is made to ensure this pattern is correct, but I am only human so mistakes may be made, if you find one please let me know by e-mail on crochetncreate@btinternet.com

The written instructions and pictures for this free baby crochet pattern-picot edge cardigan uk are copyrighted
to crochet ‘n’ create © 2018.

You are welcome to sell the finished products made from the free baby crochet pattern-picot edge cardigan uk, I just ask that you please use your own pictures and put a link back to
crochet ‘n’ create.

If you wish to tell your friends and followers about this pattern, please only use a direct link to the pattern page on crochet ‘n’ create.

DO NOT share the written instructions for this free baby crochet pattern-picot edge cardigan uk.

Free Baby Crochet Pattern-Tommys Jacket UK

Free Baby Crochet Pattern-Tommys Jacket UK – Sweet little newborn baby jacket, ideal as a coming home gift, made in a close textured stitch, it is an addition to my Tommy’s collection.

Hope you enjoy making it

Free baby crochet pattern-tommys jacket uk

I made the sample in King Cole Baby Big Value DK yarn in the colours Sky and White.

Free baby tommys jacket pattern uk

Subscribe to my Newsletters and receive a gift PDF pattern

HOW DO I PRINT THE PATTERN
If you would rather just skip my pictures and print, scroll down the page to the PRINT icon at the bottom of the post
OR
Click to purchase a PDF of this pattern (advert free)

tommys jacket uk free baby crochet pattern

Cute baby jacket matches the
Baby Tommy’s Snoozy Cozy and Hat  Set

See more of my Baby Crochet Patterns from the links below.

Boys Puff Stitch Set

Knobby Baby Cardi

CrissCross Matinee Coat

Please can you support my blog by sharing this free baby crochet pattern-tommys jacket uk on your Facebook and Pinterest

Click here for USA format

Find all my FREE crochet patterns HERE

*******************************************************************

Free Baby Crochet Pattern-Tommys Jacket UK   CNC141

Abbreviations
RS.     Right Side

st.       Stitch(es)
ch.      Chain
dc.      Double Crochet
htr.    Half Treble Crochet
tr.      Treble Crochet
rpt.    Repeat
ss.      Slip Stitch
Inc.    Increase

Textured Group.  (1dc, 1htr, 1tr) into same space or stitch
see tutorial here

3ch counts as first tr

Base of ch. Work into first stitch

Size to fit approx: 14 inch chest Newborn baby
Finished length from shoulder approx 8.5 Inches
Sleeve length (underarm to wrist) approx 3.5 Inches

Materials
For great results it is always best to use the recommended yarn I have used approximately:-

80 grams of King Cole Big Value Baby DK in Colour 1
20 grams of King Cole Big Value Baby DK in Colour 2

4.00mm Clover Crochet Hook, 3 small buttons

TENSION – 4tr and 2.5 rows measures approx 1 Inch

**********************************************************************

COAT – Worked in one piece starting with yoke.

With colour 1 make 49ch, (RS) 1tr into 4th ch from hook, 1tr into each ch to end (46tr + 3ch). Turn.

Row 2 – (Inc Row) 3ch, 1tr into each of next 2tr, * 2tr into next tr, 1tr into each of next 3tr, * rpt from * to * to end, working last tr into top of 3ch, (57tr + 3ch). Turn.

Row 3 – 3ch, 1tr into each tr to end, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.

Row 4 – (Inc Row) 3ch, 1tr into next tr * 2tr into next tr, 1tr into each of next 2tr * rpt from * to * to last tr and 3ch to turn with, 2tr into tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn. (76tr + 3ch)

Row 5 – Rpt Row 3. Turn.

Row 6 – (Inc Row) 3ch, 1tr into next tr, * 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 2tr * rpt from * to * to end, working last tr into top of 3ch (101tr + 3ch). Turn.

Row 7 – Rpt Row 3. Turn.

Row 8 – (Inc Row) 3ch, 1tr into each of next 2tr, * 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 2tr * rpt from * to * to end working last tr into top of 3ch (134tr + 3ch). Turn.

Row 9 (Divide for armholes) – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each of next 22tr, miss 22tr, 1dc into each of next 45tr, miss 22tr, 1dc into each of next 22tr, 1dc into top of 3ch. Turn. (91dc)

Commence Skirt – 1ch, (1dc, 1htr, 1tr) into base of 1ch, * miss 2dc, (1dc, 1htr, 1tr) into next dc, * rpt from * to * to last 3dc, miss 2dc, 1dc into last dc. Turn. (30 textured groups)

11th Row – 1ch, (1dc, 1htr, 1tr) into base of 1ch, * miss 2st, (1dc, 1htr, 1tr) into next dc, * rpt from * to * to last 3st, miss 2st, 1dc into last st. Turn.

Rpt 11th Row until 13 rows have been worked from yoke or work measures approx 8 Inches from shoulder. Fasten off.

Join in colour 2 and rpt 11th Row twice. Fasten off.

Sleeves x 2 – With RS facing join colour 1 to side of dc on base of armhole (where you divided) 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each of next 22tr, work 1dc into side of dc at base of armhole on opposite side, ss to first dc on beginning of row. Turn. (24dc)

Next Row – 1ch, (1dc, 1htr, 1tr) into base of 1ch, * miss 2dc, (1dc, 1htr, 1tr) into next dc, * rpt from * to * to last 2dc, miss 2dc, ss to first dc on beginning of row. Turn. (8 textured groups)

Pattern Row – 1ch, (1dc, 1htr, 1tr) into base of 1ch, * miss 2st, (1dc, 1htr, 1tr) into next dc, * rpt from * to * to last 2st, miss 2st, ss to first dc on beginning of row. Turn.

Rpt Pattern Row until 9 rows have been worked from the yoke or underarm seam measures approx 3 Inches. Fasten off.

Join in colour 2 and rpt Pattern Row twice. Fasten off.

Button/Buttonhole Bands – With RS facing join colour 1 to lower edge of right hand side front edge, 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, work 31 more dc evenly into row ends along to corner, 3dc into corner, 1dc into each ch around neck, 3dc into corner, 32dc evenly into row ends down second front edge. Turn.

Next Row – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each of next 17dc, * make 2ch, miss 1dc, 1dc into each of next 6dc, * rpt from * to * once, make 2ch, miss 1dc, 1dc into last dc. Fasten off. (3 Buttonholes made).

Buttonhole Row – Return to first front edge, WS facing and colour 1, starting from the neck and working downwards, work 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each dc to end. Fasten off. Turn.

With RS facing and colour 2, start with 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, work 1dc into each dc up first front edge, 3dc into corner, 1dc into each dc around neck, 3dc into corner, 1dc into each dc and 2ch space down second front edge. Fasten off.

Finishing – Close small gap underarms, weave in and trim off all loose ends of yarn.

 

Free baby crochet pattern-tommys jacket uk

Happy crocheting!

*****************************************************************

All pattern sizing, yarn weights, gauges etc on this website are approx as everybody crochets differently. Every effort is made to ensure this pattern is correct, but I am only human so mistakes may be made, if you find one please let me know by e-mail on crochetncreate@btinternet.com

The written instructions and pictures for this free baby crochet pattern-tommys jacket uk are copyrighted to crochet ‘n’ create © 2018.

You are welcome to sell the finished products made from the free baby crochet pattern-tommys jacket uk, I just ask that you please use your own pictures and put a link back to crochet ‘n’ create.

If you wish to tell your friends and followers about this pattern, please only use a direct link to the pattern page on crochet ‘n’ create.

DO NOT share the written instructions for this free baby crochet pattern-tommys jacket uk.

Crochet Boys Puff Stitch Outfit

A free baby pattern for a crochet boys puff stitch outfit – cute little three piece set for jacket, pants & helmet.

This is another lovely set to add to my collection of baby boy crochet patterns.

See my Sail Boat and Newborn Boy Coat & Hat sets.

Free Crochet Boys Puff Stitch Outfit Pattern

Crochet boys Puff Stitch Outfit

Continue reading

Crochet Baby Sail Boat Outfit

A free crochet baby sail boat outfit pattern – this lovely set consists of a shoulder fastening sweater and pants, there are instructions on how to crochet the sail boat in the pattern, but you could use any motif you want.

As there doesn’t seem to be many baby boy crochet patterns out there, I have decided to make a collection on crochet ‘n’ create of my own designs.

Hope you enjoy.

See also my free Knobbly Baby Cardi and CrissCross Matinee Coat patterns.

Free Crochet Baby Sail Boat Pattern

crochet baby sail boat outfit

Continue reading

Crochet Baby Coats

My collection of crochet baby coats in one place. All the coats are easy and quick to make, ideal for baby showers and gifts for family and friends new arrivals. Hope you enjoy.

All the patterns are free and available for you to print from the page using the print button at the bottom of the post.

Click on the headings or the pictures to be taken to each individual pattern.

Crochet Baby Coats Roundup

crochet baby coats Continue reading