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Baby Outfit

Baby Outfit

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Published by: MGLl on Jul 23, 2011
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When you are stepping out with your baby, here's the perfect outfit. The coordinatingsweater, hat, soaker, booties and blanket are all crocheted. The interesting ridge effect iscreated by crocheting into the back loop of the stitch below.Click on the image for larger picture
SIZES
 0-3months6-9 monthsChest sizeto 18"to 20"Finished size18 1/2"20 1/2"Blanket measures approximately 25" x 30"
MATERIALS
13 ozs./364 gms (14 ozs/392 gms) baby yarn, Color A2 ozs/56 gms baby yarn, each Color B, C, and DD/3 (3mm)E/4 (3.5mm) crochet hooks3 3/8" buttons for sweater 3 yds, 3/8" satin ribbon
GAUGE
Double crochet (dc) with size D hook, 13 stitches = 2", 7 rows = 2"Double crochet with size E hook, 6 stitches = 1", 3 rows = 1"Remember to check gauge to ensure proper fit.With smaller hook and A, chain 123 (135) for lower edge of yoke.
 
Row 1:
(right side) Double crochet (dc) in 4th chain (ch) from hook and in eachremaining ch across row. There are 121 (133) dc, counting first ch-3 as a dc. Ch 3, turn.
Note:
Always skip first dc of row, unless otherwise indicated; ch-3 at beginning of rowcounts a 1 dc. All dc stitches (sts) throughout are worked inBACK LOOPS of sts below,unless otherwise indicated.
Row 2:
Dc across row. There are 121 (133) dc. Ch 3, turn.
Rows 3 & 4:
Repeat Row 2.
Right Front-Next Row:
Dc in next 22 (25) dc. Do not work across remaining sts. Thereare now 23 (26) dc for right front. Work even for 6 (8) more rows. At end of last row,yarn is at armhole edge.
Shape Neck-Next Row:
Dc in each of next 13 (15) sts; do not work across remaining sts.There are now 14 (16) dc. Ch 3, turn.
(1) Next Row:
Work 1 dc decrease over next 2 sts as follows: [yarn over hook, inserthook in next st, yarn over and through 1 loop, yarn over and through 2 loops] twice, yarnover and through 3 loops on hook, dc in each remaining st across.
Next Row:
Dc to within last 2 sts, work 1 dc decrease over last 2 sts. There are now 12(14) sts. Work even on these sts for 2 rows more. Fasten off.
Left Front:
From right side, skip next 75 (81) sts along last long row worked, and joinyarn with a slip st in next st, ch 3 and work 1 dc in each st to end. There are 23 (26) sts.Complete same as for left front on next 6 (8) rows.
Next Row:
Slip st across 9 (11) dc sts. Ch 3, dc into each dc across. There are now 14(16) dc. Ch 3, turn. Complete same as for left front, reversing shaping beginning at (1)next row.
Back:
From right side, skip 14 sts after right front along last long row worked, and joinyarn in next st, ch 3 and work 1 dc in each of next 46 (52) sts. There are now 47 (53) stsand 14 sts unworked on either side of back section for armholes. Work even on these 4(53) sts until back is same length as fronts. Fasten off.
Skirt-Row 1:
From wrong side, with E hook and A, working along chain-base row atlower edge of yoke, join yarn in first st and work shell pattern as follows: single crochet(sc) in same st as joining. * skip 2 sts, 6 dc all in next st for shell, skip 2 sts, sc in next st. *Repeat between * * across row. There are 20 (22) shells across row. Ch 3, turn.
Row 2:
(right side) Working in back loops only, dc in each of 6 dc of shell across,skipping sc sts, but at end dc in last sc. Ch 1, turn.
Row 3:
Sc in first dc, * skip 3 dc, shell in next space between sts (shells of row 3 shouldfall directly above shells of row 1), skip 3 dc, sc in next space. * Repeat between * *across row, but at end skip 3 dc, sc in top of ch-3. Ch 3, turn. Repeat last 2 rows 4 (5)times more, repeat row 2 once more. Fasten off A.
Next Row:
Join Color B, repeat row 3. Fasten off B.
Next Row:
Join Color A, repeat row 2. Fasten off A.Repeat last 2 rows once, substituting Color C for B on shell row.Repeat shell row once more, substituting D for B. Fasten off.
Sleeves:
Beginning at upper arm edge, with D hook and A, chain 45 (51).Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook and in each remaining ch across row. There are 43 (49)dc. Work even in dc for 6 1/2 (7)". The last row worked should be a right side row. Ch 1,
 
turn.
Shell Edging:
Sc in first dc, * skip 2 dc, shell in next dc, skip next 2 dc, sc in next dc. *Repeat between * * across. Fasten off.
FINISHING
 Sew front to back at shoulders, leaving 23 (25) sts free for back neck. Position sleeves inarmhole shapings, sew in sleeves, sew sleeve seams.
Edging-Row 1:
From right side with D hook and A, begin at lower edge of right frontyoke, and with care to keep work flat, work 1 row of sc along right front yoke, neck edgeand left front yoke, working about 2 sc in ends of each row. Fasten off at lower edge of left front yoke. Mark positions of 3 buttonholes along right front yoke edge, having first button even with last dc row, second button even with lowest dc row, and third buttonevenly spaced in between.
Row 2:
From right side, begin at lower edge of right front skirt, working ch 3 and skip 2sts at each marker for buttonholes, work 1 row of sc along right front skirt edge, along scrow around yokes and neck edge, and along left front skirt edge. Fasten off at lower edgeof left front skirt. Sew on buttons opposite markers on left front yoke edge.Cut 2, 18" lengths of ribbon and thread each through last dc row of sleeves.Beginning at front edge of cap with E hook and A, chain 87 (93).
Row 1:
(right side) Dc in 4th ch from hook and in each remaining ch across row. Thereare 85 (91) dc, counting first ch-3 as a dc. Ch 3, turn. Note: Always skip first dc of row, unless otherwise indicated; ch-3 at beginning of rowcounts as1 dc. All dc sts throughout are worked BACK LOOPS of sts below throughout,unless otherwise indicated.
Row 2:
Dc in each st across row. There are 85 (91) dc. Ch 3, turn. Repeat row 2 until 4 (41/2)" from beginning and the last row worked was a right side row. Fasten off. GussetShaping: From wrong side, skip 28 (30) sts along last row, join yarn with a slip stitch innext st, ch 3, dc in each of next 28 (30) sts and do not work across remaining sts. Thereare 29 (31) dc. Ch 3, turn.Work even on these 29 (31) sts for back of cap until work measures 4 1/2 (5)" from lastlong row worked. Fasten off.
Shell Border-Row 1:
From wrong side, join A with a sc in first ch-base st along frontedge and work 1 sc in each ch-base st across. Fasten off A.
Row 2:
From right side, join Color B with a slip st in last sc, ch 1 and work shell patternas follows: sc in same st as joining, * skip 2 sts, 6 dc in next st for shell, skip next 2 sts, scin next st. * Repeat between * * across row. There are 14 (15) shells. Fasten off B.
Row 3:
Join A in last sc, ch 3 turn, and working in back loops only, dc in each of 6 dc of shells across, skipping sc sts, but end dc in last sc. Fasten off A.
Row 4:
Join Color C in last dc, ch1, turn, sc in same st as joining, * skip 3 dc, shell innext space between sts (shells of row 4 should fall directly above shells of row 2), skip 3dc, sc in next space. * Repeat between * * across row, but end skip 3 dc, sc in top of ch-3.Fasten off C.

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