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Today I want to show you how to make a beautiful cardigan crochet patterns and patterns for your baby.
Today you will see beautiful knitted baby vests that are very easy to make. I hope you like it and you can,
First of all, you will see that it is a very easy example, you start knitting from the robe. When the yoke is finished, we will divide it into different parts of the vest: front, sleeves and back. I also leave you all the instructions for knitting in other sizes.
I also leave you all the instructions for knitting in other sizes.
These crochet vests for babies will keep them warm and dress them up fondly.
Necessary materials for simple knitting: 130 gr. acrylic (almost 2 mm thick). 4.5 mm crochet. scissors. yarn needle. 4 stitch markers.
SAMPLE: In double crochet: 9 double crochet and 5 rows = 5×5 cm. In fantasy stitch: 2 complete arches and 6 laps = 5×5 cm.
WAIST: This vest is knitted for a 3 month size.
How to adapt to other sizes: I recommend knitting a swatch with the first 2 rows of the smock, folding it in half as schemes to present the work, and comparing the resulting fabric with the specified dimensions. The 3 dimensions that we will use as a reference in the table for the desired size will be the following: the contour of the neck, to determine the width of the neckline. For them we are going to divide the contour of the neck in 2. the armhole the length of the back
Neck circumference: For example: neck circumference for 3 years old is 28cm, so collar size should be 14cm. So when I knit the robe and fold it in half, the gap between the two ends should be 14 cm. (I recommend watching the video for good understanding). At this point, you should look for missing or excess loops to get this measurement, correct them if necessary, then start knitting the yoke again (if you need to make corrections) and continue knitting.
armhole: The second piece of information we will need is the size of the armhole. We knit until we get 15 cm for the 3-year-old size we see as an example. If you follow the pattern and see that 8 rows knitted are not enough to achieve this measurement, you will repeat the 7th and 8th rows until you reach the desired size.
If you are knitting a smaller size, then you will stop knitting when you get the armhole measurement indicated for the size you are knitting and continue knitting with the instructions I give from round 9 onwards.
Back length: When the desired neck size is reached, the last measure we need to consider is the back length. This means that the distance from neck to waist should be 27cm, they need to add to this the centimeters they want the business to have. Back length should be 21 cm for 3 months size, I knitted 27 cm in total, that is, I knitted 6 cm. further.
Now yes, after all these indications, we are ready to see the diagram. For size 3 months we start with 54 chains and we will follow the following progression: laps: 1) 54 hp. 2) 1 vp, 1 inc. 3) 10 dp, 1 inc. 4) 12 dc, 1 inc. 5) 10 vp, 1 inc. 6) 10 dp, 1 inc. 7) 1 vc in c/vc of the previous round 8) 10 dp, 1 inc. 9) separation of the yoke: 17 vc for the first front, 10 ch. skipping 26 sc for the sleeves, 35 sc for the back, 10 ch. skipping 26 vc for the sleeves, 17 vc for the second front.
Likewise, it is very important to note that in all rounds we will chain 3 instead of the first crochet of the round. The increase is equivalent to 2 double loops knitted at the same base point. The progress is the same for all other sizes, the number of chains at the beginning changes. In the 9th round, we divide the yoke into different parts of the knitting. waistcoat. We'll start with 17 balusters to form the first front as we usually do for them, then we'll pull 10 chains and skip 26 base loops to form the first arm. We will continue to knit 35 frequent needles and repeat the above, that is, we will pull 10 chains and skip 26 base loops that will form the second arm and knit 17 frequent needles corresponding to the second arm.
I decided not to knit buttonholes for this job, but used the same space between the stitches to pass the buttons.
If you want to knit sleeves, just follow the instructions to knit the edge of the sleeves and knit that circle on your favorite loop. it would be ideal to knit double crochet to match the yoke. From here, they will continue to knit with the same loop until they get the desired arm length. As you progress, the sleeves may be a little wider, to solve this problem, you can reduce it by joining 2 loops from the second round (ideally, do it so that it is not visible under the arm). After the desired width is achieved, knitting continues straight.
I hope you like this cute vest pattern for crochet babies and you are encouraged to knit. You can customize it however you like: knitting in strips, sleeves, another hem, more buttons. Based on this pattern, they can knit many unique vests by simply changing some details.