One Piece Wonder, Baby Sweater/Cardigan


One Piece Wonder, Baby Sweater/Cardigan

Use this baby crochet pattern to make a One Piece Wonder, Baby Sweater or Cardigan. Size fits newborn to three months, but a bigger size is also provided. Single crochet and double crochet stitches are provided.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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Pretty in pink baby sweater! I love the ribbing effect created that comes from crocheting into the back loops only, not both. But if you are an avid crocheter you should know that -) What makes this sweater pattern different from the rest is the fact that it is worked ALL IN ONE PIECE!

Ok... I didn't think this was going to be something that I liked, but I was surprised to find out how easy this was, and now I am totally addicted. I just want to make a bunch of these in many different colors! The pattern is so exact. I didn't have any flubs at all while making this. It worked up fast, too. I made this sweater in about 3 1/2 hours while watching Hallmark movies. Thank you so much for the pattern!

Well written and great photos to follow. I have made a few of these now and will keep on making more as I love this pattern. I would say any one with a bit of experience would have no trouble following this pattern at all!

i made a sweater of this pattern for my daughter... its really great... wanted to upload the photo of this... but dont know how?????? can anyone help me?

@tanyabharathi 8832885, we'd love to see a photo of your sweater! Feel free to share it on our Facebook page at - you never know, it could be featured in an upcoming newsletter! :) --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

This is a fantastic baby sweater, and so very easy to make. I made for my new greatgranddaughter. One could make it in blue for a baby boy also. I love this pattern!

This is the most easy sweater to make ever. The directions are brain friendly and i am a beginner so thank you thank you. I am making a lady bug sweater for my granddaughter, i crocheted the buttons and in the center there is a lady bug button. I used Aron yarn which is a little more stretchy than i need but for a toddler that is growing it does well, i am making this again. Hopefully you will have directions for a grown up sweater like this. I am on a roll.

@rainbow48, To print only the pattern minus the surrounding ads and text, try this: Go to the page and highlight the text, then right-click on it. You'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy." Do that, and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way. --Editor of AllFreeCrochet

What a darling sweater! I most definately will be making this one more than once. I am planning on working up the yoke of the sweater in a contrasting color along with the cuffs and the bottom ribbing. Of course some cutesy buttons will finish off the front. Perhaps I will add a patch pocket to the front as well....

I love the look of this sweater. Do you have a printer friendly version? When I went to print, it said it was 36 pages. Love all your patterns. Thank you for sharing. Donna

If you haven't already printed the pattern, (mine said 24 pgs) you could scroll though and pick out the pages you should need to crochet, print those, and refer back to the computer (if you save the pattern), for some of the other instructions , such as assembly etc. This saves quite a few pages, and it a lot of the other pages can be a reference only.

I have been making this sweater for almost 6 months since the first time I saw it. It works up beatifully. I really like it in varigated colors. tried the buttons but didn't work out well since babies have a dendency to chew on everything in sight, so I added a collar to it instead and just loved the way it came out. this is the most simpliest one piece sweater I have ever made and it looks great. thank you very much for this pattern

The sweater is darling as is. Cutesy shaped buttons are a collossal pain. Stick with round ones.

I like the look of this little sweater as it is. The detail is in the design of the sweater itself--don't detract from it by putting on animal or other bright coloured buttons. In the photo the button colour matches the sweater--nice touch. Oh to be so lucky as to have a store close by where you can pick out buttons to match the yarn you have just chosen!!! If I was to make this in another colour I might choose white, or sage green, but would stay with a solid colour. A multicolour or mottled tone yarn would detract from the pattern itself. Thankyou for sharing this pattern.


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