Woodland Newborn Coat

Woodland Newborn Coat

Woodland Newborn Coat
Woodland Newborn Coat

"The woodland baby coat is made in a #3 worsted weight yarn and can be paired up with other items in the woodland collection, made in a 2 color combination, you can mix and match colors to make a lovely outfit, you can use animal or decorative buttons to fasten with, use to give as gifts to friends and family or make for baby showers, you can also crochet them to sell at craft fairs, bazaars too."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge4dc and 2.5 rows of dc measures approx 1 Inch

Finished SizeNewborn Baby

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This is a very simple stitch yet looks anything but simple. It's very pretty. People think I am Cra y crocheting a coat here in Florida. But it's going north for Christmas to keep a newborn warm. Best thing is, they didn't want to know what they are having so this will go with either.

This Woodland Newborn Coat is so dainty, it would look great on both baby girl or baby boy. The use of neutral colors white and cream allows it to be worn by baby girl or baby boy. I love the stitches used on the bodice and the light brown string under them. Will also look pretty in soft pastel colors.

This is such an adorable little sweater! I love the addition of the tiger applique. It would make such a unique baby shower gift.

Cute, cute, cute! I am loving the idea of this overcoat/sweater! I appreciate the additional pieces that are available to crochet to make up a complete set, in case you're looking for a handmade project to give for a baby shower. Baby sized crochet projects are so fun to work up. They work up fast and you get that near instant gratification.


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