Crochet Baby Romper by Croby Patterns

SIZE:

Newborn – 3 months ( more sizes available in pdf version of the pattern 🙂 up to 1 year)

MATERIALS:

  • 3.5 mm crochet hook
  • YARN: DK weight, 50% cotton and 50% polyester yarn, DROPS Cotton Light yarn in number 8, you will need two balls of this yarn
  • yarn needle
  • scissors
  • button (2 cm, 0,78 inch)

 

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Abbreviations

  • Ch – chain
  • Sc – single crochet
  • St/Sts – stitch/stitches
  • Sc – single crochet
  • Hdc – half double crochet
  • Dc – double crochet
  • Ss – Slip stitch
  • Dc2tog – double crochet two together
  • DC3TOG – double crochet three together into one stitch.
  • dc3tog – double crochet three sts together

Gauge: 20 sts and 9 rows in dc measure 4 x 4 inch (10 x 10 cm) using 3.5 mm crochet hook.

You can find the PDF version of the pattern HERE

NOTE:

If the number is written before or after the stitch:

  • 3 hdc = work 3 hdc into the same stitch
  • hdc 3 = work hdc into next 3 stitches.
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PATTERN:

FRONT UPPER PART:

Ch 25.

Row 1: Sc 24. Ch 2. Turn.

Row 2: Work 1 dc into next 2 sts. Skip 2. Ch 2. Now repeat (dc3tog into the same stitch, skip 2, ch 2) 6 times. Work 1 dc into next 2 sts. Ch 1. Turn.

Row 3: Sc 24. Ch 2. Turn.

Row 4 – 9: Repeat row 2 and 3 three more times.

Row 10: Dc 1. 2 dc into the next one. Skip 2. Ch 2. Now repeat (dc3tog into the same stitch, skip 2, ch 2) 6 times. 2 dc into the next one. Dc 1. Ch 1. Turn. = 26 sts.

MAIN PART:

You crochet in rounds from now on.

Round 11:  2 hdc. Work 1 hdc into next 24 sts. 2 hdc.  Ch 36. Join the round with a ss. Ch 2. Turn. = 64 sts.

Round 12 – 20: 1 dc in next 64 sts. Join the round with a ss. Ch 2. Turn. = 64 sts.

You crochet in rows from now on.

FRONT LOWER PART:

Row 21: dc3tog. 1 dc into next 22 sts. Dc3tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 24 sts.

Row 22: dc3tog. 1 dc into next 18 sts. Dc3tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 20 sts.

Row 23: dc3tog. 1 dc into next 14 sts. Dc3tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 16 sts.

Row 24: dc2tog. 1 dc into next 12 sts. Dc2tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 14 sts.

Row 25: dc2tog. 1 dc into next 10 sts. Dc2tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 12 sts.

BACK LOWE PART:

Row 21: dc3tog. 1 dc into next 30 sts. Dc3tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 32 sts.

Row 22: dc3tog. 1 dc into next 26 sts. Dc3rog. Ch 2. Turn. = 28 sts.

Row 23: dc3tog. 1 dc into next 22 sts. Dc3tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 24 sts.

Row 24: dc3tog. 1 dc into next 18 sts. Dc3tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 20 sts.

Row 25: dc2tog. 1 dc into next 16 sts. Dc2tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 18 sts.

Row 26: dc2tog. 1 dc into next 14 sts. Dc2tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 16 sts.

Row 27: dc2tog. 1 dc into next 12 sts. Dc2tog. Ch 2. Turn. = 14 sts.

Row 28: dc2tog. 1 dc into next 10 sts. Dc2tog. = 12 sts.

Leave a long tail for sewing.

JOINING:

Thread a yarn needle put together front and back side, start working on the wrong side and join them with a few stitches. Fasten off weave all the ends. Turn your romper on the right side.

STRAPS:

Go back on the upper front part of your romper and, place the romper you facing the back side of it and start in the right corner. Join and ch 1. Start in the same stitch.

Strap 1

Row 1: Make 1 hdc into next 4 sts. Ch 1. Turn. = 4 sts.

Row 2 – 21: Hdc 4. Ch 1. Turn. = 4 sts.

Row 22: Hdc 4. Ch 6. Now join the ch with a ss on the opposite site (with the first st from this row) and make a button hole. = 4 sts.

Strap 2

Go back into the row 1 of the romper (row where you started your first row of the strap 1) and skip 18 sts. Hdc 4. Ch 1. Turn. = 4 sts.

Row 2 – 21: Hdc 4. Ch 1. Turn. = 4 sts.

Row 22: Hdc 4. Ch 6. Now join the ch with a ss on the opposite site (with the first st from this row) and make a button hole. = 4 sts.

BUTTON:

Sew on the button on the top middle of the main part of the romper. Attach both straps on the same button.

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