The beautiful Eyelet Cable Crochet Romper & Bonnet pattern is worked in a unique way with stunning Infinity Crochet Cables.
This baby romper pattern is worked flat and from ages newborn to 18 months. Of course, it needed a delicate matching bonnet to top off the outfit.
This romper is not only fun to work up, but also fun for dressing a baby up. It would be cute under a sweater or as is on a hot day.
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Eyelet Cable Crochet Romper Supplies:
- Size US G (4.0 mm) Furls crochet hook or size to obtain gauge
- Removable stitch markers if needed
- Yarn needle to weave in ends
- 8- 1/2” (13mm) buttons for 0-3 &3-6 sizes
- 8- 3/4” (19mm) buttons for all other sizes
• Shown in Colorway Cinnamon and Limestone (437yds per skein)
Yarn substitutions (check gauge):
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Yardage & Sizes:
- 0-3 Month 340 yards (310m)
- 3-6 Month 360 yards (330m)
- 6-9 Month 400 yards (365m)
- 12 Month 450 yards (412m)
- 18 Month 480 yards (439m)
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