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Dividing Armholes

Welcome to my how to dividing armholes pictorial, I get many requests on how to skip/miss stitches without fastening off when shaping for armholes on my round and square neck
yokes, I use this method in many of my baby patterns, so hope this will help you.

See my Herringbone Half Double Crochet and Ripple stitch Pictorials

dividing armholes pictorial

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Knobbly Baby Cardi

My knobbly baby cardi is an ideal garment to slip on over a top, dress or boys shirt.
The pattern for this design is in a raised textured stitch comprising of just two rows,
it is done on one hook size (4.50mm) so no changing of hooks involved. It is a soft
cuddly cardi which will give baby that extra bit of warmth when required or just to
make them look smart.

Crochet in a solid color or two toned, both would look lovely.

knobbly baby cardi

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CrissCross Bonnet

A crisscross bonnet, designed for a 3-6 month baby and ideal for when they are
starting to sit up and take notice of things around them, as well as keeping those
little ears warm, I have made it in a main color with a contrast edging, easy to
crochet and works up in a couple of hours, can be paired with the baby scratch
mitts pattern (see link below) to make a set.

crisscross bonnet

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