New Born Baby Romper/jumpsuit How Crochet Easy To Explain

New Born Baby Romper/jumpsuit How Crochet Easy To Explain

Updated 5/27/22

New Born Baby Romper/jumpsuit How Crochet Easy To Explain
New Born Baby Romperjumpsuit How Crochet Easy To Explain

"Hi Every one! I have a lot of fun to crochet the jacket type item, it is very easy to making .I made a beautiful hat and booties to the same pattern, I think all of you my friends like the items, i wish you also try to make it. I instruct you about the pattern to easy way to crocheting it, to start with neckline size, i hope you can easily to change the size for others large or small as you want to make add more chains into the neck line then follow the same work as we done, follow the pattern by watching video tutorial for more help. I am telling you that I used the crochet needle for the sewing ,I think it is the best way to crochet the baby sweaters In this pattern I used the (half double crochet , complete the chest part then make legs sections. then add the hooded for the baby romper sweater. for more help watch the video tutorial"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeSize: Baby size 0-3 months
Gauge 4hdc x 3 rows = 1 inches
finished size:
length from neckline :16 inches
chest size: 16-18 inches
Sleeves from under arm : 5 inche

Finished Size0-3 months

Materials List

  • DK weight 4ply(16-20 stitches = 4 inches)
  • Hook size. 4mm
  • Matching Buttons

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