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Baby Bear Hat & Crochet Crocs Sandals



Keep your baby warm and stylish with this adorable outfit! Make him or her a Baby Bear Hat & Crochet Crocs Sandals, simply use pink yarn instead of blue if you have a baby girl. This easy crochet pattern is a must-do for any new mom!

Baby Bear Hat & Crochet Crocs Sandals
Baby Bear Hat & Crochet Crocs Sandals
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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)


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Oct 10, 2014

Does anyone know what the gauge is for this? My hat looks smaller than the one pictured. I'm really not sure it would fit a newborn baby.


Feb 21, 2014

You can select the pattern with right mouse click and drag through the pattern, select copy and then paste on word document. You can then change fonts and size the pics smaller on your document, then save the pattern to your folder. I use this method for all patterns, recipes, etc. Hope this helps!


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Feb 11, 2014

when you download it doesnt save to your hard drive on your computer orvtablet, it saves to your "my crochet patterns" link on the top left of this page.


Jul 31, 2013

how do you download the pattern???????


May 8, 2013

this sucks ,,you cant even get the pattern,,,,,wow


Apr 16, 2013

I clicked on Save Pattern. It then asked me to log in to Allfreecrochet or Facebook and it saved the pattern to My Patterns at the top or the first page and just to my right on this page. When I clicked on that there it was. I didn't realize you could pick out patterns and save them for later.


Apr 16, 2013

I see only one person has been able to download this pattern. I was unable to download as well.


Apr 13, 2013 Try this one. It worked for me.


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