Crochet Gingham Heart Baby Sweater


Crochet Gingham Heart Baby Sweater, perfect for those who are already preparing for the next winter season. Very beautiful and can be used to accompany the child’s different looks for all events, which makes it an incredibly versatile piece that helps a lot. And also for those who live selling handicrafts, it is an excellent option. The model of this sweater is very beautiful and easy for you to make without problems and very economical and does not require many threads.

It is very gratifying to be able to make our children’s clothes, for this, be inspired by this sweater model leaving your daughter with a modern look this winter that she will love. Crochet Gingham Heart Baby Sweater, perfect for warming up in style.


And with care you can make this beautiful crochet piece easily and thus renew the children’s wardrobe for the winter, which is great. Thank you for visiting our website. We always try to bring the best for you.

MATERIALS

One Skein each of Caron Simply Soft in Strawberry, White, and Soft Pink. (You won’t use all of it, so if you have at least a half a skein of the Strawberry and Soft Pink, you’ll have plenty, but you will use close to a whole skein of the White.)

Size I hook

Scissors

Tapestry needle

PATTERN

FRONT PANEL

Chain 36.

Starting in the second chain from the hook, work 2 rows of all single crochet (SC) in white, on the third row, start with the bottom of the heart and work your first color change in the 18th SC. Continue working the gingham heart changing color according to the graph.

Work 4 more rows of all white after you finish the last row of color to complete the heart.

On the 5th row from the completion of the heart, SC in the next 13 spaces, Chain 1 and turn.

SKIP first SC, SC in each of the remaining spaces. (12 SC) Chain 1 and turn.

SC in each stitch, (12 SC), Chain 1 and turn.

SKIP first SC, SC in each of the remaining spaces, (11 SC) Chain 1 and turn.

SC in each stitch, (11 SC), Chain 1 and turn.

SKIP first SC, SC in each of the remaining spaces, (10 SC) Chain 1 and turn. Tie off and secure yarn.

Go back to the 5th row from the heart, (where you started shaping the neck), SKIP over 9 SC, pull up a loop in the 10th space, SC in that space and remaining 12 to the end. (13 SC), Chain 1 and turn.

SC in the next 12 spaces, (12 SC), Chain 1 and turn.

SC in the next 12 spaces, (12 SC), Chain 1 and turn.

SC in the next 11 spaces, (11 SC), Chain 1 and turn.

SC in the next 11 spaces, (11 SC), Chain 1 and turn.

SC in the next 10 spaces, (10 SC) tie off and secure yarn.

 

BACK PANEL

Chain 36, SC in the second chain from the hook and each stitch across, chain 1 and turn. (35 SC)

SC for 21 rows.

In the 22nd row, SC in the next 17 spaces, chain 1 and turn. SC in the 17 spaces for 10 rows. Tie off and secure yarn.

Go back to the 22nd row, skip one space, pull up a loop in the next space and SC the next 17 spaces. Chain 1 and turn. SC in the 17 spaces for 10 rows. Before you tie off, *chain 10, to make a loop and slip stitch to the starting chain, tie off and secure yarn. (*Make your chain as big or little as you need depending on the button you will be using.)

Sew the panels together with white yarn at the shoulders and along the sides, leaving 12 rows open for the arm holes.

Weave in all the ends.

Full Pattern With Images: Crochet Gingham Heart Baby Sweater

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