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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

How to Craft a Girl’s Crochet Coat: A Guide for Beginners

Introduction to Crochet: Embracing the Art of Simple Stitches

Crocheting garments, especially for children, can be a rewarding experience. Whether you’re a seasoned crafter or just starting with beginner crochet, creating a cozy piece like a girl’s coat is a delightful project. This guide will walk you through the process of crocheting a sweater for young girls, perfect for beginners looking to expand their skills.

Understanding the Basics: Single Crochet and Double Crochet Stitches

Before diving into the project, it’s essential to familiarize yourself with the fundamental techniques. The single crochet and double crochet stitches are the building blocks of many patterns. These simple stitches form the foundation of various crochet garments, including the easy crochet cardigan patterns we’ll explore.

Step-by-Step Guide: Crochet a Sweater with Simple Construction

The process of creating a girl’s crochet coat is straightforward, making it perfect for beginners. Our free crochet sweater patterns focus on simple construction. The coat is primarily worked in double crochet stitches, known for their versatility and ease. With a step-by-step approach, you’ll learn how to crochet a sweater that’s both stylish and comfortable.

Choosing Your Materials: Wool and Hooks

For this project, we recommend using 4 mm wool and a 3.5 hook. These choices ensure that the coat is warm yet lightweight, ideal for children’s wear. The free pattern video tutorial will guide you through each step, making it beginner-friendly and easy to follow.

Sizing and Adjustments: Perfect for Various Skill Levels

The example size in our tutorial is 4 T, but we provide adjustments for sizes ranging from 1 to 5 years. This flexibility makes the pattern suitable for crocheters of different skill levels. Whether you’re making an oversized crochet cardigan or a snug fit, our guide covers it all.

Free Crochet Sweater Patterns: Accessible and Beginner Friendly

Our free crochet cardigan pattern is not just simple but also comes with a free pattern video tutorial. This visual aid is invaluable for those who are visual learners. The pattern is displayed on the screen automatically, ensuring you can follow along without any hassle.

Embracing the Charm of Crochet Granny Square and Simple Stitch Pattern

In addition to the coat, we also delve into the charming world of the crochet granny square and other simple stitch patterns. These elements can add a unique flair to your crochet garments, making them stand out.

Conclusion: Crafting Your Own Easy Crochet Cardigan Patterns

By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have the confidence to tackle free crochet sweater patterns and more. Crocheting a sweater for a little girl is a wonderful way to showcase your crafting skills while creating something functional and beautiful. So grab your hooks and wool, and let’s start crocheting!

Remember, the key to success in crochet is patience and practice. With our beginner-friendly patterns, you’re well on your way to becoming a skilled crochet artisan.

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Easy crochet coat video tutorial and free pattern for a trendy and stylish outerwear option.

 

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34 Comments

  1. Wanda Hughes says:

    I have tried several times to download the free tutorial and pattern for the little girl’s double crocheted coat with a hood and a bow on the back. I have save it to pinterest….entered my email….an d clicked on everything I could. Could you please let me know the secret on downloading this FREE pattern.

    1. Sorry, there is no pattern to download, pattern is displayed on the screen when watching the video.

      1. where is the video. I found a link and it takes me back to Pinterest.

        1. Thank you for your massage, video is at the end of the post.

        2. It’s on majorly English YouTube page.

        3. Nancy Cruise says:

          Between the ad and the “save to pinterest” There is a sentence that says. “This amazing tutorial is here.” Click on “here.”

      2. I have also tried to find video of this coat many times, with no luck whatsoever.

        1. Thank you for your massage, video is at the end of the post.

      3. Sonia Ellis says:

        It is impossible to crotchet while watching the video

  2. I have tried all the ways suggested above and this does not work as posted. I cannot get the video to come up as described. I have clicked on the picture , the click here space and nothing happens juts goes back to the same picture. I love this pattern and would love to make it. Thank you for your help.

    1. Thank you for your massage, video is at the end of the post.

    1. Thank you for your massage, video is at the end of the post.

  3. Vasanti Pereira says:

    Very good video, only problem there was no audio in some parts Very easy to follow.

  4. Cheryl Newberg says:

    So apparently there is no video either, the link just takes you in a circle.

    1. Thank you for your massage, video is at the end of the post.

  5. OK… I’ve had the same problem. How do you get to the video? All I get no matter what I click on is the pictures of the coat. ??????????

    1. Thank you for your massage, video is at the end of the post.

  6. I saw this pattern on YouTube in spanish. I’m so happy someone translated it to English. The only problem is : where is the link to show the video? Is this on YouTube?

    1. Thank you, video is at the end of the post.

  7. Do you have a written pattern for this beautiful coat:?
    Thank you
    Tami

    1. “This amazing tutorial is here.” only video

  8. The video link:
    1. Look under last photo.
    2. See “AdChoices”
    3. Just below those grouping is the phrase:
    “This amazing tutorial is here”.
    4. Click on the word “here”.
    5. You will be redirected to a YouTube video.

  9. Maureen Howard says:

    Hi. Could you tell me how many stitches to start a size 2 coat please?

  10. Hi
    Whilst the video tutorial is fantastic I’m stuck 🙁
    I’m learning how to read and follow patterns and whilst this tutoral is great I an struggling with knowing how many chains to start with for the other sizes.
    Can anyone help please
    Thank you

  11. CAROL GIBBONEY says:

    When I clicked on the link, I was told video is unavailable. I love this adorable coat. Can anyone find it? Jo just keeps sayings it’s at the end of the post. Not that I can find.

  12. Even following the youtube video I had chains (about 7) left over at the starting row … the instructions aren’t really that clear.

    I used 8 ply yarn and a 4mm hook and my finished coat would fit 18-24 month old child if this helps with sizing.

  13. It says AND FREE PATTERN…so where is the pattern and JO please do not say
    “thank you, the video is at the end of the post”
    I just want the free pattern.

    1. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by the name of the pattern and click on it. (Optional it may be “free crochet pattern is >here<").

    2. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by its name and click on it. (Optionally it may be „the free crochet pattern is >here<").

  14. Hi Jo i have watched the video for this link please could you tell me do you chain 74 +3 or do you just chain 74 and work back into the 4 chain from hook i seem to end with 7 chains left over many thanks .

  15. Hi Jo , sorry forgot to ask can you also tell me what you mean by 4mm wool many thanks.

  16. Wow, I hate it when a company advertises that you can download a free pattern and then you go around in ninety circles only to find out you have to watch a video and try to write down the pattern at the same time!! Please don’t advertise what you’re not really offering!

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