Crochet baby clothes free pattern roundup

 

Welcome to Day 7 of the 7 days of freebies! The final day! Thank you so much for following along and I hope you had fun and you found some new projects to make. Today is all about crochet baby clothes, both for girls and for boys. Ok,  they are mostly dresses but what can I do? They are so cute!

You can find the rest of the series below. I will be adding the links every day as the posts get published.

Day 1: Crochet baby blankets
Day 2: Crochet baby booties
Day 3: Crochet dolls
Day 4: Crochet loveys
Day 5: Crochet baby hats
Day 6: Crochet baby toys
Day 7: Crochet baby clothes

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Crochet baby clothes free pattern roundup. This is day 7 of the 7 days of freebies series.

Follow me to discover some amazing crochet baby clothes! Click the pink title link to get to the free pattern.

1. Garden Lattice Jumper

This one definitely has to be my personal favorite and watch out for the pics ’cause I am going to make it! I am not sure in which size just yet… You can find the free crochet pattern on Yarnspirations.

2. Simple Granny Stich crochet dress

Simple, elegant and classic, this is the dress you are going to church! Free crochet pattern by Lacy Crochet.

3. Crochet gingerbread girl dress

Simply adorable, could also work as a Halloween costume, but as we said little girls will look cute in anything! Free crochet pattern by Repeat Crafter Me.

4. Ezra romper

Just a little something for everyday use inside the house! Free pattern by Mamma That Makes.

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5. Chevron lace romper

Doesn’t she look like a little mermaid! We are ready for summer, I think! Free pattern by Melody’s Makings.

6. Snowdrop cardigan

That is definitely a little lady about to go shopping, I think!  So cute! Crochet pattern by By Katerina.

7. Baby bat costume

This is way too adorable not to include it! Free crochet pattern by Love Life Yarn.

 

I hope you enjoyed our little crochet baby clothes free pattern roundup. You can find the links to all the other freebies at the beginning of this blog post.

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