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
There is nothing cuter than seeing a babies face peeping out under a crochet pram cover,
this one is made in 35 sweet square motifs and joined together in rows of five by seven.
Have fun with them!
See also my FREE Granny and Afghan Square patterns.
A crochet baby bib makes a great gift and is ideal for the baby showers of work colleagues,
friends or family, cute to look at and quick to make.
See my Baby Socks and Baby Mittens patterns.
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.
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.