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Free Baby Crochet Pattern Collared Coat UK

Free Baby Crochet Pattern Collared Coat UK – Adorable crochet coat pattern written in UK format.

Made in a simple Shell and V stitch design, it is quick to make and will make a lovely gift for the new arrival.

See matching Baby Beanie Hat.

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I made the sample in
King Cole Big Value Baby Yarn.

Free baby crochet pattern collared coat

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Free Baby Crochet Pattern Collared Coat UK

Abbreviations
WS.       Wrong Side

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

Shell.    2tr, 1ch, 2tr

vst.       1tr, 1ch, 1tr

Dec.
Insert hook in next stitch draw loop through (twice), yrh draw through all loops.

Size to fit approx:- 16” chest 0 – 3 month baby
Finished length from shoulder approx 11 inches
Sleeve length approx 5 inches

Materials
For great results it is always best to use the recommended yarn
I have used:-
150 grams of King Cole big value baby DK yarn

4.00mm & 4.50mm Clover Crochet Hooks, 3 small buttons 

TENSION – 9tr and 5 Rows of tr measures approx 2 inches

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Starting with Yoke worked in one piece.

Using 4.00mm hook, make 55ch,  1tr into 4th ch from hook, 1tr into the next 6ch, (front), 3tr into next ch, 1tr into next 8ch, (shoulder), 3tr into next ch, 1tr into the next 17ch, (back), 3tr into next ch, 1tr into the next 8ch, (shoulder), 3tr into next ch, 1tr into the next 8ch, (front). Turn. (60tr +3ch)

2nd Row – 3ch, 1tr into the next 8tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into next 10tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 19tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 10tr, 3tr into the next tr, 1tr into the next 8tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.  (68tr +3ch)

3rd Row – 3ch, 1tr into the next 9tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into next 12tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 21tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 12tr, 3tr into the next tr, 1tr into the next 9tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.  (76tr +3ch)

4th Row – 3ch, 1tr into the next 10tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into next 14tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 23tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 14tr, 3tr into the next tr, 1tr into the next 10tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn. (84tr + 3ch)

5th Row – 3ch, 1tr into the next 11tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into next 16tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 25tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 16tr, 3tr into the next tr, 1tr into the next 11tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.  (92tr + 3ch)

6th Row – 3ch, 1tr into the next 12tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into next 18tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 27tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 18tr, 3tr into the next tr, 1tr into the next 12tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.  (100tr + 3ch) 

7th Row – 3ch, 1tr into the next 13tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into next 20tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 29tr, 3tr into next tr, 1tr into the next 20tr, 3tr into the next tr, 1tr into the next 13tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.  (108tr + 3ch)

8th Row – 3ch, 1tr into next 4tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 3tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 5tr, 5tr into next tr, (corner) 1tr into next 7tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 6tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 7tr, 5tr into next tr, (corner) 1tr into next 9tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 11tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 9tr, 5tr into next tr, (corner) 1tr into next 7tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 6tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 7tr, 5tr into next tr, (corner) 1tr into next 5tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 3tr, 2tr into next tr, 1tr into next 4tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn. (134tr + 3ch)

Commence Skirt (divide for armholes) – 3ch, 1 shell (see abbrev) into next tr, * miss 2tr, 1 shell into next tr, * rpt from * to * 4 more times, miss 2tr,  1 shell into centre tr on corner, miss next 28tr, 1 shell into centre tr on next corner, rpt from * to * 12 more times, miss 1tr, 1 shell into centre tr on corner, miss 28tr, 1 shell into centre tr on last corner, miss 1tr, 1 shell into next tr, rpt from * to * 5 times more, miss 1tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn. (28 shell groups)

1st Row – 3ch, 1vst (see abbrev) into each shell to end, 1tr in top of 3ch. Turn. (28vst)

2nd Row – 3ch, 1 shell into each vst to end, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.

The last 2 rows form pattern, rpt 3 more times each or until work measures

8” from shoulder. Change to 4.50mm hook and continue with 1st and 2nd Patterns Rows until work measures 10.5” from shoulder, finishing on a 1st row. Turn. 

Next Row – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 5tr into vst, 1dc between vst, * 5tr into next vst, 1dc between vst, * rpt from * to * to last vst, 5tr into vst, 1dc in top of 3ch. Fasten off.

Sleeves x 2 – With 4.00mm hook and with RS facing, rejoin yarn at corner of armhole edge, 3ch, miss 1tr, 1 shell into next tr, *miss 2tr, 1 shell into next tr, * rpt from * to * 7 more times, miss 2tr, 1tr into corner, ss to top of 3ch on

beginning of row. Turn. (9 shell groups). ss at the end of each row, rpt 1st and 2nd Pattern Rows 4 more times each or until sleeve seam measures 4”. Turn.

Cuff – (Dec row) 1ch, 1dc in base of ch, miss next tr, * 1dc into next tr, 1ch space, & following tr, dec 1dc over next 2tr, * rpt from * to * to last 4st’s, 1dc into next tr, 1ch space and following tr, miss 1tr, ss to first dc . Turn. (36dc)

Next row – (Dec row) 1ch, 1dc into base of ch, * dec 1dc over next 2dc, 1dc into each of the next 2dc, * rpt from * to * to last 3dc, dec 1dc over next 2dc, 1dc into last dc, ss to first dc. Turn.  (27dc). Work 3 more rows in dc. Turn.

Next row – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, * 5tr into next dc, miss 1dc, 1dc into next dc, miss 1dc * rpt from * to * to last 3dc, miss 1dc, 5tr into next dc, miss 1dc, ss to first dc. Fasten off. (7, 5tr groups)

Button/Buttonhole Bands – Starting at lower edge, with RS facing and 4.00mm hook, work 45dc evenly up front edge to corner, 3dc into corner, work 1dc into each ch around neck, 3dc into corner, 45dc evenly down second front edge. Turn.

Left Front – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, work 1dc into each dc to neck edge, turn at neck edge.

Next row – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into next dc, miss 1dc, * 5tr into next dc, miss next dc, 1dc into next dc, miss 1dc, * rpt from * to * to last 3dc, miss 1dc, 1dc into last 2dc.  Fasten off. (11, 5tr groups)

Buttonholes – With 4.00mm hook, return to right front, starting at neck edge and working downwards, work 1ch, 1dc into base of ch, * 2ch, miss 1dc, 1dc into next 6dc, *  rpt from * to * once more, 2ch, miss 1dc, 1dc into each dc, to end. Turn. Working into dc and 1ch spaces, work the 5tr group row of left front edge to match. Fasten off.

Collar – Using 4.00mm hook with WS facing miss front edge band, rejoin yarn into 1st dc on corner of neck edge, 3ch, miss 1dc, 1 shell into next dc, *miss 2dc, 1 shell into next dc, * rpt from * to * to last 4dc before front edge band, miss 1dc,  shell into next dc, miss 1dc, 1tr into last dc. Turn. (18, shells)

Rpt 1st and 2nd Pattern Rows once, work 1st Row once. Turn. 

Next Row – Work 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, * 5tr into next vst, 1dc between vst, * rpt from * to * to end, working dc into top of 3ch. Fasten off.

Finishing – Sew in and tie off any loose ends of yarn, sew on buttons to correspond with buttonholes, turn down collar.

Free baby crochet pattern collared coat uk

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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

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Crochet Butterfly Baby Blanket UK Free Crochet Pattern Easy and cute free baby crochet blanket for you to make.

A simple 2tr design that you will be able to crochet with your eyes shut lol.

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The blanket was crocheted using King Cole Baby Glitz yarn in the colors White, Pink and Sky.

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Crochet Butterfly Baby Blanket UK Free Crochet Pattern

Pattern Number CNC135

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Abbreviations
RS.     Right Side

ch.     Chain
dc.     Double Crochet
tr.      Treble Crochet
dtr.    Double Treble Crochet
rpt.    Repeat
ss.      Slip Stitch
tch.   Turning Chain

3ch counts as first tr

Base of ch. Work into first stitch

Finished Size Approx:     34.5 x 39.5 Inches

Materials
For great results it is always best to use the recommended yarn

I have used approximately:-
300 grams of King Cole Baby Glitz DK Yarn in colour 1
80 grams of King Cole Baby Glitz DK Yarn in colour 2
150 grams of King Cole Baby Glitz DK Yarn in colour 3

4.50mm & 4.00mm Clover Crochet Hooks

TENSION – 4tr & 2 rows measures approx 1 inch using 4.50mm hook

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With colour 1 and 4.50mm hook, make 124ch loosely, 2tr into 4th ch from hook, * miss 1ch, 2tr into next ch, * rpt from * to * to last 2ch, miss 1ch, 1tr into last ch. Turn. (60, 2tr groups)

Pattern Row – 3ch, miss 1tr, 2tr into space between next 2tr, * miss 2tr, 2tr into space between next 2tr, * rpt from * to * to last tr and 3tch, miss 1tr, work 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.

Rpt Pattern Row until 5 rows have been worked in all. Fasten off. Turn.

Join in colour 2 and rpt Pattern Row once. Fasten off. Turn.

Join in colour 1 and rpt Pattern Row five times. Fasten off.

Rpt Pattern Row in colour sequence as follows:-

# Four times in colour 3.
Twice in colour 2.
Four times in colour 3.

Five times in colour 1.
Once in colour 2.
Five times in colour 1. #

Rpt from # to # until 95 Pattern Rows have been worked in all from beginning. Turn.

Border – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each tr to 3tch, 3dc into top of 3ch, 2dc into each row end down first side of blanket, 3dc into corner, 1dc into each ch along starting chain edge, 3dc into corner, 2dc into each row end up second side of blanket, 1dc into corner, ss to first dc. Turn.

Working 3dc into the corners, start with 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch and work 1dc into each dc to end, ss to first dc. Fasten off. Turn.

Rpt last row once in colour 2 and twice in colour 1. Turn.

Pretty Edge – 1ch, * (1dc, 2tr, 1dc) into base of 1ch, miss 2dc, * rpt from * to * around all sides of blanket to end. Fasten off.

Finishing – Weave in and trim off all loose ends of yarn.

Butterfly – Made in continuous rounds without turning.

With colour 1 make a magic circle, using 4.00mm hook (RS) work 1ch, 8dc into circle, close circle pulling loose thread, ss to first dc on beginning of row.

Round 2 – 3ch, 2tr into base of 3ch, make 2ch, work 3tr, 2ch into each dc to end, ss to top of 3ch on beginning of row. Fasten off. (8, 2ch spaces)

Round 3 – Join in colour 2 with a ss to first 2ch space, work (3ch, 2tr, 2ch, 3tr) into the same 2ch space, work (3tr, 2ch, 3tr) into each 2ch space to end, ss to top of the 3ch on beginning of row. Fasten off.

Round 4 – Join in colour 3 with a ss to any space between shell groups, work * 8dtr into next 2ch space, ss into space between next 2 shell groups, * rpt from * to * to end, ss to ss on beginning of row. Do Not Fasten off.

Body – Make 20ch, fold butterfly in half and wrap 20 chain length around the middle of wings, ss to first ch. Fasten off.

Antenna – Make 10ch. Fasten off.

Finishing – Weave in and trim of loose ends of yarn, slide the 10ch (antenna) under body chain, trim leaving a small tail on each end.

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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, pictures etc. for the crochet butterfly baby blanket uk free crochet pattern are copyrighted to crochet ‘n’ create © 2018.

You are welcome to sell the finished products made from the crochet butterfly baby blanket uk free crochet pattern, I just ask that you 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 crochet butterfly baby blanket uk free crochet pattern.

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