Boy Romper Set

Boy Romper Set

"This is the sweater and romper set for the small boys or child. This romper set I made for 12 to 16 months baby. I used light blue and white colors in this baby set, both of the colors are light and good combination because of this one I made for the small boy. In the summer, not use the sweater only use the romper for the baby. I made a little hat to matching the set."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge Length of sweater: shoulder to bottom=10 inches, width=9 and 1\2 inches
Length of romper/pant: top edge to leg bottom= 14 and 1\2 inches, width= 9 and 1\2 inches
Length of hat: top to bottom= 7 inches

Finished Sizesmall

Materials List

  • Two colors light blue and white, light Dk yarn 4ply
  • Two buttons
  • Thread and needle
  • Crochet needle
  • Crochet hook 3 mm

Instructions

A hat I made very simple and easy way, this hat I made in my own way to design, it is very simple and easy to make, it is starting in the bottom to top, don’t increase and decrease the stitches, complete the work to the same pattern. The lace/tie made for the top opening. Inserting the tie into the hat pull tight and knot.

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I love this. Set. It's so cute. It does remind me of a retro look. I would like to make this for my twin grand sons. There are very few outfits for boys online that I grab every one I come across. Thank you for designing and posting this very special project.

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Wow. This is such a dated set. This three piece set looks so retro and reminds me so much of how they used to dress little baby boys back in the late 50s and early 60s. What a retro time piece keepsake. It would be very hot for here in Florida but would work greatly for my friends up in New England and the Midwest.

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