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Crochet Baby Set – Wrap Jacket and Trousers and 30% off coupon code!

February 4, 2019
Crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon www.monpetitviolon.com

Crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon www.monpetitviolon.com

I think you will agree with me that making baby items is the most rewarding thing. It is quick, it usually turns out super cute, it doesn’t require a lot of materials and time, it’s forgiving (even some mistakes will not spoil it) and it is a great way to learn to make clothing items.

And with all that said, here is a new pattern, actually – two new patterns for you!

It is a Wrap Jacket. Pattern is written for  following sizes: 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 1-2 years, 3-4 years, 5-6 years, and 7-8 years. It is an easy and fun pattern to work.

Crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon www.monpetitviolon.com Crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon www.monpetitviolon.com

When I completed the jacket, I deiced it needed a great companion and so I made matching trousers as well. They are so comfy and cute, that my 8 years old girl asked for a pair too. We will see if that is going to happen, but for the moment pattern is written for 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 1-2 years and 3-4 years.

Crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon www.monpetitviolon.com Crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon www.monpetitviolon.com

If you know any baby who would look cute in these garments you should definitely make them. You will have a lot of fun, I promise!

This week, on Etsy and Ravelry you can also use coupon code EXTRA30 for 30% discount!

Wrap Jacket pattern is available on Etsy, Ravelry, LoveCrochet

Pattern for High Waist Baby Trousers is available on Etsy, Ravelry, LoveCrochet

Happy Crocheting!

  1. I just live this, windering if theres a hat to go with it..
    Also i bought your pattern for the Soft Wool Peplum Cardigan.. you told me that the yarn is #2 but i only see #3 at Michaels…i dont know what to do.

  2. Hello. I love your patterns and have begun the Baby Wrap jacket, size 3-6 months.
    On Row 10, I have run into a problem. ( I’ve redone and recounted the stitches in Row 9 a number of times.)

    I follow this direction for Row 10:
    ch1, 2dc in first st, (BPdc around next st, FPdc around next st) 9[12,15]times, BPdc around next st,
    In order to dc in next ch1 sp, I have to skip over 3 stitches. Is this correct?
    I also find that on Row 10 the BPdc and FPdc don’t alternate with those on Row 9, unless I begin with FPdc instead of BPdc.
    Any help will be most appreciated.

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