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Make a Stylish, Adorable Baby Outfit with the Logan Overall Free Crochet Pattern!

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The Logan Cable Baby Crochet Overalls Pattern is perfect not only for photography but everyday wear as well. The side cable design adds a unique touch from every angle.

Are you looking for the perfect way to crochet a one-of-a-kind baby outfit? Look no further! Our Logan Crochet Overalls pattern is ideal for creating an adorable piece of clothing that your little bundle of joy will love. And if you enjoy this texture also check out the Alpine Stitch Baby Crochet Blanket or go for a themed outfit like the Baby Boxer Crochet Pattern.

Logan Crochet Overalls by Briana K Designs

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This pattern will make them look like a stylish mini version of you, and it's also so much fun to crochet! With our step-by-step instructions, it will be worth every minute spent making this unique design come alive.

If you prefer knitting needles then get the Logan Cable Knit Overalls.

Keep on reading for the free pattern, created in one piece, in newborn-size, or purchase ALL the sizes in the ad-free downloadable pdf on Etsy or Ravelry.

Logan Crochet Overalls by Briana K Designs

Whether you are looking to make an extra special gift for someone else’s new baby or want to create something unique and fashionable for your own little one’s wardrobe, our Logan Overall's crochet pattern will give you everything you need to make a stylish yet comfortable piece of clothing that will last through many wearings and washings.

This crochet baby romper pattern is cute on it's own, or you can style to over a long shirt.

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Supplies for the Logan Crochet Overalls:

Crochet Hook:

Furls Hook or WeCrochet Dots Hook Set
4.0mm (G hook), or hook to obtain gauge

Notions:

Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends
Scissors

Yarn:

WeCrochet City Tweed DK, color Coastal, DK Weight Yarn
55% Merino Wool, 25% Superfine Alpaca, 20% Donegal Tweed
123 yards/50 grams

Yarn Substitutes as long as gauge is met, feel free to customize your crochet with your favorite color choices:
Swish DK
Alpaca Cloud DK
Brava Sport

Yardage:

205 - 300 yards

Logan Crochet Overalls by Briana K Designs

Abbreviations/Stitches:

ch- Chain
st- Stitch
sl st- Slip Stitch
sc- Single Crochet
dc- Double Crochet
dc2tog- Double Crochet Two Together
Fsc- Foundation Single Crochet
fptr- Front Post Triple Crochet
bpdc- Back Post Double Crochet

Gauge:

 8 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in Double Crochet

Skill Level:

Easy/Intermediate 

Size:

Newborn (free crochet pattern on this blog post), 3 Months, 6 Months, 12 Months, 18 Months

Measurments laid flat, newborn size including straps: Length= 14 ½ inches; Width= 7 inches; Bib to Crotch= 7 ½ inches

Logan Crochet Overalls by Briana K Designs

I hope you will enjoy making the Logan Crochet cable Overall Pattern! Creating a unique baby outfit doesn’t have to be complicated! With our Logan Overalls crochet pattern, anyone can create an adorable piece of clothing that looks great on babies of all ages – from newborns all the way up to toddlers! So why not get started on the crochet baby overalls today?

And if you are looking to add to your baby's wardrobe, or get ready for baby shower gifting, check out these free patterns as well. I've got a cute and Classic Easy Child Crochet Sweater Pattern.

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Crochet Baby Overalls Pattern in Newborn Size

First Leg of the Baby Overalls

Rnd 1: Fsc 32 without twisting your chain, sl st to join and ch 2 (chain 2 does not count as a stitch in the pattern). (32 sts)

Rnd 2: dc 9, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 9, join and ch 2. Images of the crochet cables at the bottom of the post.

Rnd 3: dc 9, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 2, skip 2, fptr in next two, go back to two stitches just skipped and fptr in each, dc 2, fptr, dc, fptr, dc 9, join and ch 2.

Rnd 4: dc 9, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 9, join and ch 2.

Rnd 5: dc 9, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 9, join and ch 2.

Rnd 6: dc 9, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 2, skip 2, fptr in next two, go back to two stitches just skipped and fptr in each, dc 2, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 9, join and ch 2.

Rnd 7: dc 9, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 9, join and ch 2.

Rnd 8: Repeat rounds 2-7 one more time. 

Rnd 9: Repeat rounds 2-3, fasten off, and weave in ends for the first leg.

Second Leg of the Baby Overalls

Repeat first leg, do not fasten off, chain 2 and go to body

Body of the Crochet Overalls

Rnd 1: dc 9, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 9; (now working across first stitch of other leg) repeat instructions one more time, join and ch 2. (64 sts)

Rnd 2: dc 9, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 9; repeat instructions one more time, join and ch 2.

Rnd 3: dc 9, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 2, skip 2, fptr in next two, go back to two stitches just skipped and fptr in each, dc 2, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 9; repeat instructions one more time, join and ch 2.

Rnd 4: dc 9, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 9; repeat instructions one more time, join and ch 2.

Rnd 5: dc 9, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 9, join and ch 2; repeat instructions one more time.

Rnd 6: dc 9, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 2, skip 2, fptr in next two, go back to two stitches just skipped and fptr in each, dc 2, fptr, dc, fptr, dc 9, join and ch 2; repeat instructions one more time.

Rnd 7: Repeat rounds 1-6 of body.

Rnd 8: dc 9, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc2tog, dc 14, dc2tog, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 2, fptr 4, dc 2, fptr, ch 1, skip 1, fptr, dc 9, join and fasten off, weave in ends.

Front Bib of the Baby Crochet Overalls

Row 1: Attach yarn to front right post stitch (see photo) ch 2, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc2tog, dc 12, dc2tog, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, turn and ch 2. (20 sts)

Row 2: bpdc around first, ch 1 (counts as stitch), bpdc, dc2tog, dc 10, dc2tog, bpdc, ch1, bpdc, turn and ch 2. (18 sts)

Row 3: fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, dc 12, fptr, dc in chain one space, fptr, turn and ch 2

Row 4: bpdc around first, ch 1, bpdc, dc 12, bpdc, ch1, bpdc, turn and ch 2.

Row 5: Repeat rows 3-4.

Row 6: Repeat row 3, turn.

Left Baby Overall Strap

Row 1: ch 2 (does not count as stitch), bpdc around first, ch 1, skip 1, bpdc, dc, turn. (4 sts)

Row 2: ch 2 (counts as first stitch), fptr, dc, fptr, dc in top of ch 2 from the previous row, turn.

Row 3: Repeat rows 1-2 for seven more times.
Fasten off and sew strap to back of overalls.

Left Baby Overall Strap

Row 1: With the wrong side of overalls facing you, attach yarn 4 stitches in (right after the second fptr from the left- see picture) ch 2 (counts as first stitch), bpdc next, ch1, skip 1, bpdc, turn.

Row 2: ch 2 (does not count as stitch), fptr, dc, fptr, dc in top of ch 2 from the previous row, turn.

Row 3: Repeat rows 1-2 seven more times.
Fasten off and sew strap to back of overalls.

Finishing the Crochet Baby Romper Pattern

Weave in all ends, and sew up the crotch area.

Image Instructions for the Crochet Cables

This crochet pattern was originally published on the blog in October of 2015, updated, and republished in March of 2023.

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