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- Bev's Version 3-6 month size
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showing off his new jacket!
(To right) Beautiful
3 week old
Leia showing off her new jacket made by her grandma Elisa
Size G crochet hook
4 oz of Caron's Simply Soft yarn (soft 4 ply worsted weight),
oz contrasting color
(Jacket in photo made from Dk Sage and Mango)
underarm to cuff = 6"
shoulder to bottom of jacket = 11"
Across jacket under arm front = 9 1/2"
1: Ch 3, (counts as 1st DC), 2 dc inside ring. *Ch 2, 3 dc
ring. Rep from * 4 more times. Ch
2. Join w/ sl st to 3rd ch of beg ch3. (6 groups of 3 dcs. you will be
making a hexagon so go round and round...)
Ch 4, join to
make a ring.
Sl st to ch 2 space. Ch 3, 2 dc in same space. Ch 2, 3 dc in same
space. *Ch 1, (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc) in next ch 2 space. Rep from * 4 more
times. Ch 1, join w/ sl st to 3rd ch of beg ch 3.
( You now have 6 shells, 6 ch 2
spaces, 6 ch 1 spaces)
Rnd 3: Sl st to ch 2
space. Ch 3, 2
dc in same space. Ch 2,
3 dc in same space. *Ch 1, 3 dc in next ch 1 space. Ch 1, (3
ch 2, 3
dc) in next corner.
Rep from * 4 more times around. Ch 2,
join with sl st to top of beginning ch 3.
Change colors for a
stripe - Rnd 4:
Sl st to ch 2 space. (now
corner) Ch 3, 2
dc in same space, ch 2, 3 dc in same
space. * (Ch 1, 3
dc in next
ch 1 space) twice. Ch 1 (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc) in
space. Rep from * 4 more
times. Ch 2, join w/ sl st to top of the ch 3.
Rnd 5: Repeat
pattern established in
round 4 with a ch 1 between sets of 3dc except at corners where you ch
2 between sets of 3 dc.
: Switch back
to main color and repeat
round 4. End off.
Make a 2nd one so you
have 2 halves
of the jacket.
Fold Hexagon in half to form the 2 sides of the jacket.
the 2 halves together at the back
(Sorry it's blurry, but place the jacket seams together and stitch
through the closest loop of what looks like a 'chain' edge until the
entire back seam looks like this...)
top of the jacket at the shoulder seams in the same manner to the 3rd
"3dc" from the front neck edge. Repeat across the shoulder of other
Rnd 1: Join contrast yarn on cuff 'bottom', Ch 2 (counts as a HDC), HDC
in every other stitch
and in every ch 1 space.
Rnd 2: Make HDC front post stitch, then make HDC back post,
cuff. Join in top of ch 2. Ch 2.
Rnd 3: Repeat this same round once. You
will be making front posts into front posts, and back posts into back
Chain 1 and turn.
Now, *Sc in next stitch, skip 1 st, sc in next, repeat from *
around. End off, weave in 3" yarn tail.
Join contrast color in back center of jacket - sc in each
around entire sweater, 1 sc in each stitch including the ch 1
spaces. At corners (2 sc, ch 2, 2 sc) - sc to
end. End off
Bottom edge of Jacket
Join yarn in a corner of bottom of sweater, ch
3, - DC
around to other side. Ch 2, turn.
Alternate Front post DC, back post DC, across. Ch 3 at end of row, turn
and repeat across one more row.
and start sc
up the front in each stitch to the top of jacket front.
Ch 3, now 1 DC in
each st across to other side of neck. Ch 3 and turn. Front post DC,
back post DC alternate across neck, ch 3, turn and repeat previous row.
are now at the
right side of the jacket
as it faces you.
front right hand side making four button loops evenly spaced. The first
button loop will be made approx. 18 scs in where the collar if folded
To make button loop... sc, ch 4, skip 1 st, sc in next.
next 8 scs,
ch 4, skip 1 st, sc in next. Repeat from * to
End off. Weave in all ends.
one; in a 9-12 mth size too
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