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Newborn Hat

The one person I’m always being inspired by is SARAH from Repeat Crafter Me. She has tons of great ideas and she shares her patterns for free which is even more amazing. Her patterns are colorful, easy to make and original. If you love cooking and children crafts, you will also be able to find something just for you.

My latest project by Sarah was a cute newborn hat with a heart on. I made two of them just in two evenings. I love them. I wish I could wear then, sadly my head is way too big. You can find the pattern her: Crochet Newborn Knot Hat Pattern.

Here is my cute result:

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I chose not to make a heart and keep it even more simple. Also, instead of a slip stitch around I made crab stitch edging.

I think that the pink hat needs an additional explanation. I do not know how I made the bottom to look like it does but I do have a guess. I think, I accidentally started to crochet from the other side. It gave it a very nice look. Sometimes, mistakes do have a very good finale and give you a chance to discover new things.

 

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Bubbly Diaper Cover

Good day!

Remember the lovely “Sheep” set for a newborn?

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You loved it and are wondering how to make that lovely diaper cover too? No need to wait any longer – yesterday, I wrote down a pattern for it. If you find any mistakes, please, let me know. I was also inspired by Crochet A Flower. You can see that I’ve borrowed the first 3 rounds and size measurements. Thank you! Your pattern was a big help for me in designing The Bubbly Diaper Cover.

You can download this pattern on PDF: Bubbly Diaper Cover.

Pattern

I used hook size J.

Info on the yarn label:

100% acrylic

Hook size: 5 1/2 – 6

Gauge: 10cm x 10cm – 15 m

 

Start with ch 55.

R1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in every stitch across, ch 1, turn (54)

R2: trc in every stitch across, ch 1, turn (54)

R3: sc in every stitch across, fasten off (54)

R4: count 15 stitches from the side and slip stitch in the stitch 16; ch 3, bobble in the same stitch, hdc, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 11 times, ch 3, turn (24)

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R5: hdc in every stitch across, ch 3, turn (24)

R6: bobble in the same stitch, hdc, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 11 times, ch 3, turn (24)

R7: hdc in every stitch across, ch 3, turn (24)

R8: bobble in the same stitch, hdc, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 11 times, ch 3, turn (24)

R9: hdc in every stitch across, ch 3, turn (24)

R10: bobble in the same stitch, hdc, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 11 times, ch 3, turn (24)

R11: hdc2tog, hdc 20, hdc2tog, ch 3, turn (22)

R12: hdc2tog, hdc, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 8 times, hdc, hdc2tog, ch 3, turn (20)

R13: hdc2tog, hdc 16, hdc2tog, ch 3, turn (18)

R14: hdc2tog, hdc, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 6 times, hdc, hdc2tog, ch 3, turn (16)

R15: hdc in every stitch across, ch 3, turn (16)

R16: hdc 2, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 6 times, hdc 2, ch 3, turn (16)

R17: hdc in every stitch across, ch 3, turn (16)

R18: hdc 2, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 6 times, hdc 2, ch 3, turn (16)

R19: hdc in every stitch across, ch 3, turn (16)

R20: hdc 2, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 6 times, hdc 2, ch 3, turn (16)

R21: hdc in every stitch across, ch 3, turn (16)

R22: hdc 2, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 6 times, hdc 2, ch 3, turn (16)

R23: 2hdc in the same stitch as chain, hdc 14, 2 hdc in last stitch, ch 3, turn (18)

R24: hdc, [bobble, hdc] –> rep 7 times, hdc, ch3, turn (18)

R25 – R27: hdc in every stitch across, ch 3, turn (18)

R28: hdc in every stitch across, ch 1, sc around the edges, fasten off, weave in ends. Sew one or two big buttons. I prefer the looks of two buttons. 

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I had a great chance to take pictures in my in-laws garden, so here they are – diaper covers in blue and pink. 

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Newborn “Sheep” Set (Hat, diaper cover & booties)

Hello!

You know what I hate most when crocheting? It’s sewing the details together. It takes me forever just to sit down and finish something only because I don’t think I’m very good at doing it. Usually it seems that the parts are not sewn on right or symmetrically. Nevertheless, I still managed to sew two ears on a cutest baby hat I’ve ever made. I’m still planning to resew the ears, I just couldn’t wait for sharing it with all of you. 

The pattern for this wonderful hat you can find right here: Crochet Lamb Hat Pattern. It’s very easy to follow and you need only one or two hours of your time, and you have your own baby hat. On the other hand, it’s quite a yarn eater, but who cares when the result is totally awesome.

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I’ve also made a whole set for a picture prop. I bet it would look great on a baby. You can read about the booties here. I’m still working on the pattern for the diaper cover. It should be done any time this week, you just have to be patient. 

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Bubbly Booties

Good day!

I’m so happy to have tons of time just for crocheting. I think I finished 4 projects in the last weekend. It’s crazy! That’s how much I missed it. Soon enough I will share all of them with you just before leaving for Lithuania.

Today I decided to share a pattern of beautiful bubbly booties. The pattern, or half of it, you can find on my favorite site Repeat Crafter Me. I borrowed the beginning of these newborn baby booties, and then added my design.

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Pattern:

In order to make bubbly part you have to follow Sarah’s pattern from R1 to R8.

In R9 you start with ch 2, [bobble, hdc] –> all the way around, slip stitch in next.

R10: ch 2, [hdc, bobble] –> all the way around, slip stitch in next.

R11: ch 2, [bobble, hdc] –> all the way around, slip stitch in next.

R12: slip stitch around. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

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*** You may make and sell products from my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my post. Please do not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own. Please do not re-publish photos as your own.***