Saturday, 31 March 2018

Crochet Baby Onesie

  
I wrote this pattern with the idea that it could be used as a little burial outfit for Angel babies.
If made in 4ply yarn, this will make an even smaller Onesie for a tiny Angel baby.
 
It will of course also be super cute for a baby doll.

Crochet Baby Onesie       Angel Baby & Small Premature
 


Crochet Baby Onesie   
 
UK Terminology

Abbreviations ~
 
tc = treble crochet              dc = double crochet              ch = chain

 
Requires ~


DK yarn         22 -25g for Angel Baby size,   26 – 30g for Small Preemie

4mm hook

Small buttons or ribbon for fastening


 

 
 
Crochet Baby Onesie       Angel Baby

 
 
For an Angel Baby
                                  
Using DK yarn and a 4mm hook, chain 33

Row 1:
tc in 4th ch from hook and in the next 2 ch, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (corner), tc in next 6 chains, (tc, ch, tc)  in next ch (corner), tc in next 7 chains, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (corner), tc in next 6 chains, (tc, ch, tc) in next chain (corner), tc in next 4 ch, turn
 
Row 2:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 4 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 8 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 9 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 8 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 5 tc, turn
 
Row 3:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 5 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 10 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 11 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 10 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 6 tc, turn
 
Row 4:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 6 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 12 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 13 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 12 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 7 tc, turn
 
Row 5:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 7 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 14 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 15 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 14 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 8 tc, turn
 
Row 6:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 8 tc, tc in ch (center of corner), skip stitches to the next ch, tc in ch (center of corner), tc in next 17 tc, tc in ch (center of corner), skip stitches to the next ch, tc in ch (center of corner), tc in next 9 tc, turn
 
Row 7:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in each tc across row, turn                         (39sts)
 
Repeat row 7 twice more
 
The top part is now complete – but do not cut off the yarn.
Continue and make a border up one front, around the neck and down the other front.
 
I do it this way ~
Ch1, 2dc in each treble stitch along the fronts and 1 dc in each stitch around the neck.
 
Fasten off
 
Now continue with the lower part of the onesie ~
Rejoin yarn to 11th stitch along the bottom edge
 
Row 1:         
ch3 (counts as first tc), 1tc in next 16sts, turn                                             (17sts)
 
Row 2:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 14sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                   (15sts)
 
Row 3:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 12sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                   (13sts)
 
Row 4:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 10sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                   (11sts)
 
Row 5:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 8sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                     (9sts)
 
Row 6:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 6sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                     (7sts)
 
Row 7:         
ch3 (counts as first tc), 1tc in next 6sts, turn                                               (7sts)
 
Row 8:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 5sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                   (9sts)
 
Row 9:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 7sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                   (11sts)
 
Row 10:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 9sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                   (13sts)
 
Row 11:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 11sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                 (15sts)
 
Row 12:
ch3 (counts as first tc), 1tc in next 14sts                                                     (15sts)
 
The lower part is now complete – but do not cut off the yarn.
Continue and make a border around the leg edge.
 
I do it this way ~
Ch1, 2dc in each treble stitch along the leg edge,
continue along the lower edge of the top – work 1dc in every stitch. Fasten off
 
Rejoin yarn to other lower edge of the top - work 1dc in each stitch along the bottom edge of the top -
continue along the leg edge – 2dc in every treble stitch, and
continue along the top edge of the lower part - work 1dc in every stitch. Fasten off
 
Darn away ends
 
To finish:       Add tiny buttons or ribbon ties
 
 

 
 
For a Small Premature Baby
 
Using DK yarn and a 4mm hook, chain 41

Row 1:
tc in 4th ch from hook and in the next 3 ch, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (corner), tc in next 7 chains, (tc, ch, tc)  in next ch (corner), tc in next 11 chains, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (corner), tc in next 7 chains, (tc, ch, tc) in next chain (corner), tc in next 5 ch, turn
 
Row 2:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 5 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 9 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 13 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 9 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 6 tc, turn
 
Row 3:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 6 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 11 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 15 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 11 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 7 tc, turn
 
Row 4:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 7 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 13 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 17 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 13 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 8 tc, turn
 
Row 5:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 8 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 15 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in ch (center of corner), tc in next 19 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 15 tc, (tc, ch, tc) in next ch (center of corner), tc in next 9 tc, turn
 
Row 6:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in next 9 tc, tc in ch (center of corner), skip stitches to the next ch, tc in ch (center of corner), tc in next 21 tc, tc in ch (center of corner), skip stitches to the next ch, tc in ch (center of corner), tc in next 10 tc, turn
 
Row 7:
ch3 (counts as first tc), tc in each tc across row, turn                                   (47sts)
 
Repeat row 7 four times more
 
The top part is now complete – but do not cut off the yarn.
Continue and make a border up one front, around the neck and down the other front.
 
I do it this way ~
Ch1, 2dc in each treble stitch along the fronts and 1 dc in each stitch around the neck.
 
Fasten off
 
Now continue with the lower part of the onesie ~
Rejoin yarn to 14th stitch along the bottom edge
 
Row 1:         
ch3 (counts as first tc), 1tc in next 20sts, turn                                             (21sts)
 
Row 2:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 18sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                   (19sts)
 
Row 3:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 16sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                   (17sts)
 
Row 4:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 14sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                   (15sts)
 
Row 5:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 12sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                   (13sts)
 
Row 6:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 10sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                   (11sts)
 
Row 7:         
1tc in 2nd stitch, 1tc in next 8sts, (leave last st unworked), turn                     (9sts)
 
Row 8:         
ch3 (counts as first tc), 1tc in next 8sts, turn                                               (9sts)
 
Row 9:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 7sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                   (11sts)
 
Row 10:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 9sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                   (13sts)
 
Row 11:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 11sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                 (15sts)
 
Row 12:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 13sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                 (17sts)
 
Row 13:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 15sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                 (19sts)
 
Row 14:
ch3, tc in first st, 1tc in next 17sts, 2tc in last st, turn                                 (21sts)
 
Row 15:
ch3 (counts as first tc), 1tc in next 20sts                                                     (21sts)
 
The lower part is now complete – but do not cut off the yarn.
Continue and make a border around the leg edge.
 
I do it this way ~
Ch1, 2dc in each treble stitch along the leg edge,
continue along the lower edge of the top – work 1dc in every stitch. Fasten off
 
Rejoin yarn to other lower edge of the top - work 1dc in each stitch along the bottom edge of the top -
continue along the leg edge – 2dc in every treble stitch, and
continue along the top edge of the lower part - work 1dc in every stitch. Fasten off
 
Darn away ends
 
To finish:       Add tiny buttons or ribbon ties
 
 
 

 
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4 comments:

  1. You never fail to amaze me with the gorgeous FREE patterns you willingly share with us. Thank you so much

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  2. Thank you for this beautiful pattern. It will be cherished which ever size it is made it. xx

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  3. thank you for this pattern...I have been making the knit version...I may try this, too

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