Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies: 101 Projects for Infants & Toddlers

Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies: 101 Projects for Infants & Toddlers

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Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies: 101 Projects for Infants & Toddlers by Judith Durant

Irresistible! This collection of 101 projects makes it easy and fun to crochet adorable clothes, toys, and accessories for the babies and toddlers you love. Each project uses just one skein of yarn, many take just a few hours to complete, and plenty are suitable for beginners. Hats and caps, bootees and socks, mitts, dresses, tops and bottoms — plus blankets, bibs, soft toys, bottle cozies, diaper bags, and more — there’s something here for every baby! These original patterns were contributed by 54 designers around the world, and each one comes with complete instructions, charts, schematics, and beautiful photographs.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781612125763
Publisher: Storey Books
Publication date: 05/03/2016
Series: One-Skein Wonders Series
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 236,804
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Judith Durant is the editor of the best-selling One-Skein Wonders series, which currently includes seven volumes; the author of Cable Left, Cable RightIncrease, Decrease, and Knit One, Bead Too; and the co-author of Knitting Know-How. Durant has been knitting for more than 50 years and has been writing and editing for more than 30 years. She currently lives in Lowell, Massachusetts.
 

Edie Eckman is the author of Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs, Around the Corner Crochet Borders, Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs, The Crochet Answer Book, and Christmas Crochet for Hearth, Home & Tree, as well as co-editor of Crochet One-Skein Wonders® and Crochet One-Skein Wonders® for Babies. She is a nationally known teacher, designer, writer, and editor in both the crochet and knitting worlds. She lives in Waynesboro, Virginia.

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CHAPTER 1

Little Hats & Caps

Morgan Beanie

DESIGNED BYAshley Leither

The Morgan Beanie uses basic stitches to create a beautiful textured pattern that grows from the half double crochet crown. Color options are endless.

SIZE AND FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

To fit 0–3 months: 12"/30.5 cm circumference

YARN

Lion Brand Vanna's Choice, 100% acrylic, 170 yds (156 m)/3.5 oz (100 g), Color 138 Pink Poodle

CROCHET HOOK

US K/10 ½ (6.5 mm) or size needed to obtain correct gauge

GAUGE

Rounds 1–5 = 3 ½"/9 cm

OTHER SUPPLIES

Yarn needle

CROCHETING THE BEANIE

* Make an adjustable ring ->.

* Rnd 1: Ch 1, 7 sc in ring, join with slip st to first sc. You now have 7 sts.

* Rnd 2: Ch 1 (does not count as st here and throughout), hdc in same st, 2 hdc in each st around, ending with hdc in same st as first hdc, join with slip st to first hdc. You now have 14 hdc.

* Rnd 3: Ch 1, hdc in same st, hdc in next st, *2 hdc in next st, hdc in next st; repeat from
* Rnd 4: Ch 1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 2 sts, *2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 2 sts; repeat from
* Rnd 5: Ch 1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 3 sts, *2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 3 sts; repeat from *, ending with hdc in same st as first hdc, join with slip st to first hdc. You now have 35 sts.

* Rnd 6: Ch 1, hdc in same st, hdc in each st around, ending with hdc in same st as first hdc, join with slip st to first hdc. You now have 36 sts.

* Rnd 7: Ch 1, (sc, hdc, dc) in same st, skip next 2 sts, *(sc, hdc, dc) in next st, skip next 2 sts; repeat from
* Rnd 8: Ch 1, (sc, hdc, dc) in same st, skip next (hdc, dc), *(sc, hdc, dc) in next sc, skip next (hdc, dc); repeat from
* Repeat Rnd 8 until the beanie measures 5 ½"/14 cm tall.

* Fasten off. Weave in ends.

MORGAN BEANIE

Baby Ringle

DESIGNED BY Tanja Osswald, Osswald Design

Slip stitches, when worked loosely with a large hook, make a drapey fabric and a wonderfully elastic ribbing. This hat is worked with sock yarn, making it the perfect weight for a newborn.

SIZE AND FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

* To fit 0–3 months: 12"/30.5 cm circumference at ribbing, relaxed, stretching to 16"/40.5 cm

YARN

* Lana Grossa Meilenweit Merino, 80% merino wool/20% nylon, 460 yds (420 m)/3.5 oz (100 g), Color 2009 raw white

CROCHET HOOK

* US E/4 (3.5 mm) or size needed to obtain correct gauge

GAUGE

* 27 stitches and 26 rows = 4"/10 cm in pattern

OTHER SUPPLIES

* Stitch marker, yarn needle

CROCHETING THE RIBBING

* Chain 7.

* Row 1: Working in back loop only of ch sts, slip st in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, turn. You now have 6 slip sts.

* Rows 2–88: Ch 1, BL slip st in each st across, turn. You now have 44 ridges.

* Fold the ribbing in half lengthwise with RS together to join beginning and end. Working through double thickness of the back bars of the foundation row and back loops of the row just worked, slip st in each st across. Do not fasten off.

CROCHETING THE BODY

* Turn ribbing so that the seam is on the inside.

* Rnd 1: Ch 1; working across side edge of ribbing, 2 FL slip sts in each ridge around, including working 2 FL slip sts in the seam. You now have 90 sts. Do not join. Pm in the first st of the rnd and move it up as you work the rnds.

* Rnds 2–16: Work FL slip st in each st around.

DECREASING FOR THE CROWN

Note: Six decreases are made in each round. To avoid straight decrease lines, the decreases are shifted. If you prefer decrease lines, work all decreases at the beginning of each repeat.

* Rnd 1: (FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next 13 sts) six times. You now have 84 sts.

* Rnd 2: (FL slip st in next 12 sts, FL slip st 2 tog) six times. You now have 78 sts.

* Rnd 3: (FL slip st in next 5 sts, FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next 6 sts) six times. You now have 72 sts.

* Rnd 4: (FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next 10 sts) six times. You now have 66 sts.

* Rnd 5: (FL slip st in next 6 sts, FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next 3 sts) six times. You now have 60 sts.

* Rnd 6: (FL slip st in next 2 sts, FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next 6 sts) six times. You now have 54 sts.

* Rnd 7: (FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next 7 sts) six times. You now have 48 sts.

* Rnd 8: (FL slip st in next 4 sts, FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next 2 sts) six times. You now have 42 sts.

* Rnd 9: (FL slip st in next 5 sts, FL slip st 2 tog) six times. You now have 36 sts.

* Rnd 10: (FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next 4 sts) six times. You now have 30 sts.

* Rnd 11: (FL slip st in next st, FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next 2 sts) six times. You now have 24 sts.

* Rnd 12: (FL slip st in next 2 sts, FL slip st 2 tog) six times. You now have 18 sts.

* Rnd 13: (FL slip st 2 tog, FL slip st in next st) six times. You now have 12 sts.

* Rnd 14: (FL slip st 2 tog) six times. You now have 6 sts.

* Fasten off, leaving a long sewing length. With yarn needle, weave tail through remaining sts. Pull up snug and fasten off. Weave in ends.

Pink Camouflage Cap

DESIGNED BY Elizabeth Garcia Kalka

This military-style cap features straight sides and a brim. Alternating single crochet and double crochet stitches creates an interesting texture. There will be no hiding in this one!

SIZE AND FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

To fit newborn: 13"/33 cm circumference

YARN

Lily Sugar 'n Cream, 100% cotton, 150 yds (138 m)/3 oz (85 g), Color 19920 Pink Camo

CROCHET HOOK

US H/8 (5 mm) or size needed to obtain correct gauge

GAUGE

Rounds 1–4 = 3 ¾"/9.5 cm

OTHER SUPPLIES

Yarn needle

PATTERN ESSENTIALS

Exch (extended chain) Chain st pulled longer than usual, up to the height of the first st of the row or rnd.

CROCHETING THE TOP

* Ch 4, join with slip st to form a ring.

* Rnd 1 (RS): Exch (does not count as st), 10 hdc in ring, join with slip st to first hdc. You now have 10 hdc.

* Rnd 2: Exch, 2 hdc in each st around, join with slip st to first hdc. You now have 20 hdc.

* Rnd 3: Exch, *hdc in next st, 2 hdc in next st; repeat from
* Rnd 4: Exch, *hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st; repeat from
CROCHETING THE SIDES

* Rnd 5: Ch 1, BLsc in each st around, join with slip st to first sc.

* Rnd 6: Ch 1, *sc in next st, dc in next st; repeat from
* Rnd 7: Exch, *dc in next st, sc in next st; repeat from
* Rnds 8–11: Repeat Rnds 6 and 7 twice.

* Rnd 12: Ch 1, sc in each st around, join with slip st to first sc.

CROCHETING THE BRIM

* Row 13: Ch 1, sc in first st, hdc in next st, *2 hdc in next st, hdc in next st; repeat from
* Row 14: Ch 1, skip slip st, sc in next st, (hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 3 sts, 2 hdc in next st) twice, hdc in next 2 sts, sc in next st, slip st in next st (the first open st of Rnd 12). You now have 22 sts.

* Fasten off. Weave in ends.

PINK CAMOUFLAGE CAP

Wee Little Hat and Mittens

DESIGNED BY Andrea Lyn Van Benschoten

Newborns need hats to keep them warm. Subtly shaded baby alpaca does the trick with this one, and it's paired with tiny scratch mittens.

SIZE AND FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

To fit newborn: 12"/30.5 cm hat circumference, 4"/10 cm mitten circumference

YARN

Rowan Alpaca Colour, 100% baby alpaca, 131 yds (120 m)/1.75 oz (50 g), Color 134 Jasper

CROCHET HOOK

US F/5 (3.75 mm) or size needed to obtain correct gauge

GAUGE

20 stitches and 16 rounds = 4"/10 cm in half double crochet

24 stitches and 28 rounds = 4"/10 cm in single crochet

OTHER SUPPLIES

Yarn needle

CROCHETING THE HAT

* Rnd 1: Ch 2, 10 hdc in 2nd ch from hook, join with slip st to top of ch-2. You now have 10 hdc.

* Rnd 2: Ch 2 (does not count as st throughout), 2 hdc in each hdc around, join with slip st to first hdc. You now have 20 hdc.

* Rnd 3: Ch 2, *hdc in next hdc, 2 hdc in next hdc; repeat from
* Rnd 4: Ch 2, *2 hdc in next hdc, hdc in next 2 hdc; repeat from
* Rnd 5: Ch 2, *2 hdc in next hdc, hdc in next 3 hdc; repeat from
* Rnd 6: Ch 2, *2 hdc in next hdc, hdc in next 4 hdc; repeat from
* Rnd 7: Ch 2, hdc in each hdc around, join with slip st to top of hdc.

* Rnds 8–17: Repeat Rnd 7 ten times.

* Rnd 18: Ch 2, *FPhdc in next st, BPhdc in next st; repeat from
* Rnds 19–22: Repeat Rnd 18 four times.

* Fasten off. Weave in ends.

CROCHETING THE SCRATCH MITTENS (MAKE 2)

* Rnd 1: Ch 2, 8 sc in 2nd ch from hook, join with slip st to first sc. You now have 8 sc.

* Rnd 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in each sc around, join with slip st to first sc. You now have 16 sc.

* Rnd 3: Ch 1, *2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc; repeat from
* Rnd 4: Ch 1, sc in each sc around, join with slip st to first sc.

* Rnds 5–12: Repeat Rnd 4 eight times.

* Rnd 13: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 14 sc, sc2tog, sc in next 6 sc, join with slip st to first sc. You now have 22 sc.

* Rnd 14: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 14 sc, sc2tog, sc in next 4 sc, join with slip st to first sc. You now have 20 sc.

* Rnd 15: Ch 1, sc in each sc around, join with slip st to first sc.

* Rnd 16: Repeat Rnd 14.

* Rnd 17: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 10 sc, sc2tog, sc in next 6 sc, join with slip st to first sc. You now have 18 sc.

* Rnd 18: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 8 sc, sc2tog, sc in next 6 sc, join with slip st to first sc. You now have 16 sc.

* Rnd 19: Ch 1, sc in each sc around, join with slip st to first sc.

* Rnd 20: Ch 2, hdc in each sc around, join with slip st to top of first hdc.

* Rnd 21: Ch 2, *FPhdc in next hdc, BPhdc in next hdc; repeat from
* Rnd 22: Repeat Rnd 21.

* Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Spring Petals Bonnet

DESIGNED BY Tamara Del Sonno, Clickity Sticks

Even the most adorable baby will look cuter still with a face surrounded by delicate crocheted flower petals. The stretchy yarn used for the sample makes it fit a little longer than it may otherwise.

SIZES

To fit newborn (6 months, 12 months)

YARN

Patons Stretch Socks, 41% cotton/39% wool/13% nylon/7% elastic, 239 yds (219 m)/1.75 oz (50 g), Color 31444 Cherry Sours

CROCHET HOOK

US F/5 (3.75 mm) and US E/4 (3.5 mm) or size needed to obtain correct gauge

GAUGE

5 pattern repeats = 4"/10 cm in shell pattern on smaller hook

OTHER SUPPLIES

Yarn needle, 3 yds/3 m of 3/8/"/9.5 mm ribbon, sewing needle and coordinating thread

PATTERN ESSENTIALS

Shell Pattern (multiple of 4 stitches + 2)

Chain the desired number of sts.

Set-Up Row: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, *skip 1 ch, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next ch, skip 1 ch, sc in next ch; repeat from
Row 1: Ch 2 (does not count as st), dc in first sc, *(2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next ch space, dc in next sc; repeat from
Row 2: Ch 2, dc in first st, *(2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next ch space, dc in next dc; repeat from
Repeat Row 2 for pattern.

CROCHETING THE PETAL BRIM

* With larger hook loosely chain 54 (58, 62).

* Change to smaller hook.

* Set-Up Row: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, *skip 1 ch, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next ch, skip 1 ch, sc in next ch; repeat from
* Row 1: Ch 1, sc in first sc, *(2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next ch-space, sc in next sc; repeat from
* Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first sc, *7 dc in next ch-space, sc in next sc; repeat from
CROCHETING THE BONNET

* Working across the opposite side of starting chain with RS facing, join yarn with slip st at beginning of row.

* Set-Up Row: Ch 1, sc in first ch, *skip 1 ch, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next ch, skip 1 ch, sc in next ch; repeat from
* Beginning with Row 1 of Shell pattern, work even in pattern until piece measures 4 (4/½, 5)"/10 (11.5, 12.5) cm from foundation ch.

* With larger hook, skipping all dcs, sc in each sc and ch-space across to gather back of bonnet, slip st to first sc to join into a circle. Fasten off.

* With RS facing and beginning at left front corner, sc evenly along the row ends to the right front corner. Tack top corner of each end "petal" to bottom edge of bonnet. Weave in ends. Weave ribbon through bottom edge of bonnet just above single crochet edging. With sewing needle and thread, tack ribbon down at center back to prevent baby from pulling it out. Note: The photographed sample used more ribbon for longer ties. However, we recommend keeping ties on items for young children to 6"/15 cm or less.

Bunny Hat

DESIGNED BY Laura Biondi, Black Sheep Crochet

This cute bunny-eared hat is written for four sizes, taking your child from newborn to three years of age. And you may just get all four out of one skein!

SIZES AND FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

To fit XS (S, M, L)/0–6 (6–12, 12–18, 18–36) months: 12/ (15, 17, 18/)"/31.5 (38, 43, 47) cm hat circumference, 4"/10 cm hat depth, 5/"/14 cm ear length

YARN

Bernat Baby Coordinates, 75.2% acrylic/22.2% rayon/2.6% nylon, 431 yds (394 m)/5.6 oz (160 g), Color 46008 Natural

CROCHET HOOK

US H/8 (5 mm) or size needed to obtain correct gauge

GAUGE

13 stitches and 10 rounds = 4"/10 cm in double crochet

OTHER SUPPLIES

Two stitch markers, yarn needle

CROCHETING THE HAT

* Ch 3, join with slip st to form a ring.

* Place a st marker in the first st and move it up as you begin each rnd.

* Rnd 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), 7 dc in ring; do not join. You now have 8 dc.

* Rnd 2: 2 dc in each dc around. You now have 16 dc.

* Rnd 3: *Dc in next dc, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from
* Rnd 4: *Dc in next 2 dc, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from
* Rnd 5: *Dc in next 3 dc, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from
* Sizes 6–12, 12–18, and 18–36 months only
* Sizes 12–18 and 18–36 months only

* Rnd 7: *Dc in next 5 dc, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from
* Size 18–36 months only
All sizes

* Continuing to move first stitch marker up on each rnd, place second marker in first st and leave in place to make it easier to count rnds for the rest of the hat.

* Dc in each dc around for 6 (8, 10, 12) rnds.

* Rnd 12 (15, 18, 21): Sc in each st around; join with slip st to next st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

BUNNY HAT

CROCHETING THE EARS (MAKE 2)

* Ch 3, join with a slip st to form a ring.

* Place a st marker in the first st and move it up as you begin each rnd.

* Rnd 1: Ch 1, 6 sc in ring; do not join.You now have 6 sc.

* Rnd 2: 2 hdc in each sc around. You now have 12 hdc.

* Rnd 3: *Hdc in next hdc, 2 hdc in next hdc; repeat from
* Continuing to move first stitch marker up on each rnd, place second marker in first st and leave in place to make it easier to count rnds for the rest of the ear.

* Rnds 4–14 (16, 19, 22): Hdc in each each hdc around.

* Rnd 15 (17, 20, 23): *Hdc in next hdc, hdc2tog; repeat from
* Rnd 16 (18, 21, 24): Hdc in each hdc around. Fasten off, leaving a long sewing length.

FINISHING

* Use yarn needle and tail to sew the tops of the ears shut, making sure to keep them flat. Place the ears opposite one another, approximately 2 rnds down from the top of the hat, and sew them to the hat. Make sure they are on securely, since children will tug on them! Weave in ends.

Hat Sizing

When in doubt, make a baby hat larger than you think ideal rather than smaller. A hat that's too big can be grown into, but one that's too small is useless. In general, you can estimate one to two inches of negative ease, meaning that a hat with a finished measurement of 14 inches will fit a 15-to-16-inch head — some stitch patterns and yarn will have more negative ease, some will have less.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
1. Little Hats & Caps
Morgan Beanie
Baby Ringle
Pink Camouflage Cap
Wee Little Hat and Mittens
Spring Petals Bonnet
Bunny Hat
Snowflakes Hat
Heart Squared Hat
Crocodile Stitch Pixie Hat
Shine Bright, Day or Night
A Winter Night's Hat
Hope Beanie
Little Tam
Baby Duomo Cap
Braided Headband
Toddler's Watch Cap
Squiggle Twins
Autumn Beanie
Flower Power Beret
Queen Anne's Lace Beanie
2. Little Socks & Bootees
Christening Bootees
Pompom Bootees
Baby Mocs
Little Hearts Bootees
Baby Crocs
Monster Bootees
Baby Mukluks
Bumpy Bootees
Teeny Tiny Socks
Sunshine Boot Toppers
Mommy & Me Leg Warmers
3. Little Tops & Dresses
Dad & Me Necktie Shirts
The Back's Where It's At Bolero
Tiny Tango Vest
Summer Kisses Cardigan
Reversible Sweater
Pretty in Pink
In the Woods Vest
Handsome Boy's Vest
Kimono Shell Sweater
Prism Pinafore
Vintage Bluebell Sacque
Pinwheel Vest
Boy's Cardigan
Rosetta Cardigan
Unforgettable Vest
Six-Button Vest
Floral Lace Cardigan
April Showers Cape
Jumper Top
Pistachio Gelato Jacket
Justin's Jacket
4. Little Bottoms
Ruffled Diaper Cover
Buttoned-Up Diaper Cover
Octagon Pants
Drawstring Pants
All Grow'd Up Skirt
5. Little Bibs & Washcloths
Little Star Bib and Washcloth
Bib Trio
Sweet Pea Bib
Ribbed Baby Bib
Baby's Bath Set
Waves and Patchwork Washcloths
Burp Cloth
6. Little Toys
Benjamin Bear
Lil' Miss Lilly
Kitty Kat Lovey
Owl Puppet
Ellie Bear
Zip, Snap, and Button It!
Effie Effalump
Granny Bunny Buddy
The Owl and the Pussycat
Little Pegasus
Cuddly Snuggly Elephant
Goldie the Bouncing Fish
Pocket Dolly
7. Little Blankets & Sacks
Zucchini Sleep Sack and Cap
Snuggly Wave Cocoon
Cotton Play Mat
Christening Cloud
Ivory Dreams Blanket
Flouncy Edged Blanket
Vaya con Dios Stroller Blanket
Sweet Baby James
Grey Coverlet
Baptism Blanket
8. Little Bags & Accessories
Put-and-Take Purse
Little Miss Felted Purse
Max's Backpack
Dad's Diaper Bag
Cady's Cowl
Dewdrop Flower Pin
Diaper Stacker
Bottle Cozies
Pacifier Clip
Little Bunny Mittens
Baby's First Christmas Stocking
Hyperbolic Mobile
Ombre Wrap
Mom's (or Dad's) Hot-or-Cold Pack
Appendix
About the Designers
Glossary
Other Techniques
Yarn Weights with Recommended Hook Sizes and Gauges
Abbreviations
Symbol Key
Index
Index to Projects by Yarn Weights

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BookwormMama2014 More than 1 year ago
There is nothing worse than starting a project and realising that you need 2 or 3 (or 4) skeins for that adorable baby blanket, or the cardigan that would be perfect for your nephew. One-Skein Wonders® solves that problem! One skein (granted some of the skeins are rather large) and that is all you need. From toys and blankets, to caps and sweaters. You are sure to love the adorable project bursting with color and creativity on every page! If you are anything like me, you will be scrambling for the next few weeks crocheting like mad in order to get all of your projects done before Christmas Eve! Let me tell you, this book has 101 fun projects requiring only one skein. Mommy and Me Legwarmers and Tiny Tango Vest are a couple of my favorites. This will be the perfect pattern book to start your presents early for next year. This wonderful collection of patterns is put together very well! I wish had more time, because I would love to make a lot of the items in this book. The projects are very cute and the pictures depict them very well. The symbol key, abbreviations and glossary were very helpful and easy to understand. The patterns themselves have been designed with a lot of thought and are easy to understand. I received a free digital copy of Crochet One-Skein Wonders® for Babies from Storey Publishing through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.