Newborn Seahorse Crochet Pattern

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Seahorse Crochet Baby Newborn Pattern by Briana K Designs

What a cute Newborn Seahorse Crochet Pattern outfit for an underwater ocean baby theme! Match a nursery, or just for fun, this newborn photography prop is a unique look. The bottom cocoon snuggles the baby right to sleep so you can capture a precious moment.

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I've seen so many cute underwater nursery themes and this would be a cute addition. Or if you live near the ocean or just love ocean life, it's perfect for the nautical family.

Did you know there are about 40 known species of seahorses, and they prefer to swim in pairs with their tails linked together?

Seahorses swim vertically, lack pelvic fins, have bony plates over their bodies, and move their eyeballs independently. Perhaps the most memorable trait is the males carry babies and give birth to them instead of females.

Crochet stitches for the pattern used are: Single Crochet, Double Crochet, Treble Crochet, Single Crochet Decrease

Includes the following:
Instructions for Seahorse Cocoon and Hat
Sizes: Newborn
Materials needed are included in the pattern.


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