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Squirrel Newborn Outfit by Briana K Designs

About the Newborn Squirrel Crochet Outfit:

While squirrels eat mostly nuts, fruits and seeds; you will want to eat up the cuteness of your little one in this outfit. Squirrels are just so cheeky so of course, dressing up your baby in this Newborn Squirrel Crochet Outfit is simply adorable. This is so cute for Halloween or a newborn photography session.

The Yarn for the Newborn Squirrel Crochet Outfit (Purl Essence Angel Hair Dark Brown) has been discontinued, however Buttercream Luxe Craft Angel Hair is the perfect substitute and I think the same yarn relabeled.…

Another possible substitute:
We Crochet Fable Fur:

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And a fellow crocheter also suggested using a lacey mill ends I found doubled with #4 vanna yarn.

The squirrel pattern requires some crochet experience and knowledge of the basic crochet stitches.
Crochet stitches used are Single Crochet, Double Crochet, Single Crochet Decrease.

Includes the following:
Instructions for Hat, Diaper cover, Acorn
Sizes: Newborn, 0-3 Months


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