This beautiful baby coat an hat is surely one of the loveliest that are available online. The interesting texture and beautiful layered look with the faded rainbow hues will look great with any little girl’s attire. Also, of course, there is a lot of room to play wit the color set, but we think this pattern is gorgeous as is. A link to the free pattern is at the end of the post.
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I am unable to access the Csenge Anna Free crochet pattern. I am hitting the link for the pattern, but nothing is coming up. HELP. thank you Stephanie
A link to the pattern is at the end of the post, under ads. Please look for a name of the pattern : Csenge Anna Set.
i really love your pattern, how can i get it?
Thank you so much!!! It’s so cute?
Lovely pattern. I found it on Ravelry and noticed your comment about writing it for larger sizes. I’d love to make it for a size 3/4 toddler!
This is one of the nicest baby sweaters I have made. Thanks for sharing.
I need help !
I don’t understand I crochet up to when I divide , then I’m confuse on round 10 do I have to crochet only the crochet stitches and no the skipped stitches ?
Yes only crochet the stitches that they said to crochet then miss the amount they tell you to. There is a note on how to do it. the first time is a bit scary but make sure you count your stitches.
I don’t understand how you can do the star stitch with only 3 chains to start?
Chain 3, insert your hook into the second chain from the hook. Yarn over and pull p a loop. There will
be two loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the next chain, then yarn over and pull up a loop.
There will be three loops on the hook. Insert your hook into each of the next three stitches, doing a
yarn over and pull through in each so that you have six stitches on the hook.”