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The Parker Crochet Diaper Cover

By: Ashleigh Kiser from
The Parker Crochet Diaper Cover
The Parker Crochet Diaper Cover
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"This simplistic diaper cover is perfect for little bottoms! It matches the Parker Hat and Booties also on my profile - be sure to check those out and make the whole set! The skill level for this pattern is easy and you will need to know front post and back post double crochets. I hope you all enjoy this little diaper cover!"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeNewborn to 3 months old

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn
  • Size H 5mm Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Black button

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At first I didn't recognize what this is but yeah. It's a diaper cover, something you place over a disposable diaper to make the baby appear dressed up. This can be done in other vibrant colors.

I love this pattern. I especially like how she has patterns for the whole set, hat, booties, and diaper cover. I do not see a lot of whole sets like this, and it is really nice that she made them in a neutral color so you can see what it will look like if you choose to do it the same. I think I will use something similar, because my sister is having a boy, due in October, and her husband loves this color.

I just now finished making this exact diaper cover in a variegated blue color. It will be part of a gift to one of my coworkers whose wife just had their third baby boy. Next, I will be making the matching hat, and then, if I have enough yarn left, I will be making the little booties.

I thought everything on allfreecrochet was free. I've been trying to get the pattern for the diaper cover and can't. I tried the download and it doesn't work.. I would like to print it. Betty Jane

The free version of the pattern is accessed by clicking the link. You only pay if you want an ad-free pdf. Designers that offer free patterns have to make a living too. They do that through traffic on their website. If you go to the website to use the pattern, it is a win win. You get a free pattern, and the designer gets a small payment because you saw ads that ran on their site. If you got the pdf for free, the designer gets nothing.

It was absolutely free for me. I printed it out using a Chrome pdf maker which removes the ads for you. Easy peasy. I already made the diaper cover too. Good luck.

This was supposed to have been a reply to the original reply, not a reply to your reply. LOL. Sorry.

This is a very nice project, and I can easily see working this up as part of the suggested set. This would also be nice worked up in cotton as a natural diaper cover. That is quite a popular item around here as some moms have gone back to using washable diapers instead of disposables. The one big button design would make it easy to change, too.

I would never think to crochet a diaper cover, but now that I've seen this pattern, I think it's a great idea. Thank you for the inspiration!


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