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Crochet Baby Romper/Dungarees Tutorial

Crochet Baby Romper/Dungarees Tutorial
Crochet Baby RomperDungarees Tutorial

"Welcome to my new crochet baby romper tutorial design I bring for you. This adorable baby romper/dungaree made for only 6-12 months baby. This lovely texture I made for the same video and shared my new idea for special who want to learn and follow my ideas for her babies and children, I always welcome for new crocheter and followers’ hope you must like and appreciated me in my blog. This simple striped dungaree made in 2 main colors, light purple and half white DK double knitting yarn 4 ply, used 3rd color for the cuffs and neck line and both bands. Used 5 small buttons for opening front. This is small size I made for 6- 12 months baby, its can be easy to add in many other sizes, like smaller and larger sizes."


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge6-12 months baby
Gauge: 5 dc x 2 row = 1 inch

Finished Sizesmall

Materials List

  • two colors DK double Knitting yarn
  • crochet hook 3mm
  • 5 small buttons
  • crochet needle


this adorable crocheted baby romper/dungaree sweater starting with neck line, work top to down used double crochet and single crochet stitches in this sweater, always changing colors after completing two rounds, after made the desire size of armhole then join front to the back. After the length of sweater divides the legs and work separately both legs, then sleeves, after all made the cuffs section in all. I also inform you about the ending; if you are using the two colors so must note, don’t cut the yarn at the end drop one color and pick up the 2nd color for the next round, i think this is a professional idea for changing colors, if you cannot hide the 1st color so follow as you want.

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