Sunday Morning Baby Set


This adorable Sunday Morning Baby Set is the perfect crocheted outfit for your little one to wear to church. It's also a great option for holidays including Easter and Christmas. Light worsted weight yarn is used to complete this free crochet pattern, which includes pattern instructions on crocheting a matching coat and baby hat. If you know someone expecting a baby, get to work right now on this precious pattern. It's a great homemade gift idea for a upcoming baby shower.


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

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

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This Sunday Morning Baby set is just to cute not to want to make. Babies outgrow there gear so fast so I am really particular in what item to select to crochet. I am sure an item like this one will be greatly appreciated and passed down of treasured as a memento.

I would love to make this little set. It is so adorable and could easily be for a boy or a girl. There were no directional pictures provided, so I am a little hesitant in attempting to make this. I will save the link and hope that when the time comes that I need to make this, I will have a little more skill and this pattern will not pose any problems at all.

This set is absolutely adorable! What mother wouldn't be certainly gaga over this outfit for her newborn!?! There are sooo many possibilities on colors like the traditional blue or pink or the genderless green or yellow. You could also create it in bold colors or the favorite sports colors of the family. I'm sure this would be the hit of the baby shower and a gift to be appreciated for years to come! Who knows, maybe even an heirloom passed down through the generations!

Once you get to the 8th row it goes to heck. skip 22 ? how chain? slip stitch? I am so disappointed . I tried to go forward and couldn't guess at the meaning of this pattern. Such a waste of time.

This is truly one of the most precious baby sweater patterns that I have ever seen. The variations of colors used can be endless, making this the perfect gift for any occasion. I made one in pink and one in blue as a baby shower gift for a friend that was expecting twins. I'm thinking of making one with a red yoke, white sleeves and body, and green accent color for Christmas. I can see me working with the versatility of this pattern for a long time. This will be one of my "go to" patterns.

While this pattern is designed for a 0-3-month-old infant, you might be able to make it a little larger if you crochet it in worsted weight yarn instead. Many patterns are easily adjusted with a little bit of experimentation. This little hat and sweater set is also unisex, so it would look adorable on a little boy or girl. It's a nice set to make up for a baby shower too.

Here is the link to the pattern http// == sa.html. This pattern is printable and includes a UK an Australian version of the pattern. This cardigan is so cute and elegant in its own right. Can't wait to make this cardigan.

hey I'm nearly finished this pattern but abit confused on the cuff bit of the pattern you don't specify were you join and it has confused me abit on the beginning of the instructions

Pattern is beautiful but needs further direction

ok so i am trying to do this pattern but having a hard time with the sleeves the numbers are not working right. please help

Has the problem with the 8th roe of the sweater pattern been corrected that two other crocheters have made comments on. Really itching to do this one but don't want to get to the 8th row and have to stop my work. Please respond. This is a beautiful set. Thank you

The 8th Row on this pattern is wrong and also part of this row is missing at the end of this row it states Turn( 85dc+ch3) but then you can't continue as the next part is missing. The next part of pattern states Commence with skirt how can you commence with skirt when the top part of coat has not been completed. the 8th Row is the armhole part which states ( Increase and divide for armholes). after reaching this part in the pattern I was annoyed to find that you could not go any further as there was no more instructions for to complete the top part of the pattern ended up pulling out all of the work that I had done.

As the Sunday Morning Baby Set is my first crochet project apart from making bootees, but I can't go any further because I do not understand 8th Row ( Increases and divide for armholes) it is the corners that I do not understand where it states centre tr on first corner then another corner is stated and also to skip 22tr. I do not understand that part and also I would prefer to use the UK format. I would really like to finish this garment but if I don't understand 8th Row what I have crocheted will have to be pulled out and I will have to find something else to do.

I made this outfit. This was my first time making a layette set. I love it!! The sweater that is. I took out the hat. It looked way to big for a child, let alone a baby. I decided to go with another pattern for the hat. Otherwise, the sweater is beautiful!!!

This project is quick and easy. I made for a boy. It looks a little like a girl's sweater so I am going to put some baby boy appliqus on it.

I am making this now and cannot seem to come up with the correct number of stitches on the increase/decrease row although it is correct on the previous row. Is there an error on the pattern?

You don't say which row number you're having trouble with, can you e-mail me on and I will help. Heather patternsforcrochet

How can I make this pattern for a 7-8 month old? Do I just use a larger hook? I'm new to Crochet so I'm not sure about altering a pattern. thanks!

I am stuck on row 8 where it says to increase and divide. What does that mean its in ( ) so do I just follow the directions from there? I am new to crochet.

What happened to the Two Tone Placemat pattern? When I click on the Placemat pattern, I get this baby set pattern instead. I would like to get the placemat pattern. How do I find it?

Hi there, if you tried to access the Two-Tone Placemat Pattern through the Project of the Day feature then you may have missed the day it was posted. That app changes daily, so when a "Project of the Day" is included in a newsletter it corresponds with the day the newsletter is released. Not to worry though! You can still find the Two-Tone Placemat here:


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