Greenish Baby Romper

Is this one of the cutest Rompers you have seen? I loved this beautiful design of planned pooling with greenish yarn.
it just gets better because this cutie comes with a cute slippers, This would make a great gift for a Newborns and we know there is someone you will have in mind to make this adorable piece for.

Materials:

  • 3.5 mm crochet hook
  • Taj Indian yarn , alize diva white
  • tapestry needle
  • scissors

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Size:


pattern is made for 0-6 months
changes for 6-12 months {}

Abbreviations :

  • Ch – chain
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • sc – single crochet
  • sc2tog – single crochet 2 together dec
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • dc2tog – double crochet 2 together
  • FPsc – front post of single crochet
  • FL – front loop
  • BL – back loop
 

Greenish shoes :

Notes:

1- Don’t join with sl st unless I said to.

2- when you are making the green soles don’t fasten off

 

Sole:

Make 4 (2 black, 2 green)
Rnd 1: ch 11 {13} 2 hdc in 2nd ch from hook , hdc in then next 8 {10} sts, 5hdc in the next st, hdc in the next 8 {10} sts, 3 hdc in the last st
Rnd 2: 2 hdc in the 1st 2 sts, hdc in the next 8 {10} sts, 2hdc in the next 5 sts, hdc in the next 8 {10} sts, 2hdc in the next 3 sts.
Rnd 3: (2hdc in next st, hdc in the next st) repeat twice , hdc in the next 8 {10} sts, (2hdc in next st, hdc in the next st) repeat 5 times, hdc in the next 8 {10} sts (2hdc in next st, hdc in the next st) repeat 3 times, sl st in the 1st hdc.
fasten off for the black soles leaving long tail to attach to the green sole with sl sts to the FL of the green soles

Top of shoe:

Rnd 1: ch1, FPsc around each st
Rnd 2-4 {5}: sc in each st around
Rnd 5 {6}: sc in the next 15 {17} sts, (sc2tog, sc in the next st)repeat 6 times, sc in the next 13 {15} sts.
 
Rnd 6 {7}: sc in the next 15 {17} sts, 6 sc2tog, sc in the next 13 {15} sts, sc2tog.
 
Rnd 7 {8}: sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the next 9 {12} sts, 4 dc2tog , sc in the next 9 {11} sts, sc2tog, sc in the next st.
 
cut the yarn and fasten off
 
with black yarn attach it to the 3rd st after the last increase of the sole ( attach it to the BL only)
 
Rnd 1: sc in the next 5 sts
 
Rnd 2-7 {8}: sc in each st around
 
Rnd 8 {9}: 3hdc in the 1st st , hdc in the next 3 sts, 3hdc in the last st.
 
cut the yarn and fasten off.
mirror what we did at the other side.
 
with white yarn do ch of 155.

Greenish Overall 

Special Stitch

Moss Stitch: The moss stitch (also called the granite stitch) is made by making a SC + chain 1, skip a stitch, SC+ chain in next.

If you haven’t seen this crochet trend, you are about to be amazed! Variegated yarn just got a whole lot better looking with the planned color pooling technique! Many variegated yarns have a repeating sequence of colors. Patterns like this one can be created with simple stitches!

How to make it: you will start by chaining 28. If you aren’t using this yarn, you need to find your “magic number.” It needs to be an even number usually between 20-34 stitches. I have found the most luck with 20, 24, and 28.

Starting: see (in picture below) how I skipped the first color patch of purple? This ensures that I don’t start in the middle of the color. Then when I chained 28 I ended about 2 stitches into a color (it also happens to be purple). I found that if you end and turn on the start of a color, you have more success.
 
After chaining 28, skip the first 3 chains and SC +chain 1 in 4th chain from hook, continue moss stitch until the end, chain 2 and turn again. SC + chain 1 in the first chain 1 space and continue moss stitch in the chain 1 spaces down rest of row, chain 2 and turn. Repeat rows of moss stitch until the length is 17 cm, cut the yarn and fasten off.
 

Then with black color join with a sl st to the last row of our planned pooling piece Rnd 1: ch1 sc in the same st and in eash st around then make a foundation of 34 sc, sl st to the 1st sc

Rnd 2-9: ch 2, dc in the same st, and in each st around, join with sl st to the 1st dc.

Legs:

Rnd 1: ch2, dc in the same st, and in the next 13 sts , join the other part with a dc , then dc in the next 16 sts, join with a sl st to the 1st dc

 

Rnd 2-5: ch2, dc in the same st, and in each st around, join with a sl st to the 1st dc.

Rnd 6: ch1, sc in the same st, and in each st around.

Repeat the same steps for the other leg, as every leg is 30 sts

Straps:

With the back facing you, skip 10 sts from the planned pooling piece and then join the yarn with a sl st at the 11th st

Rnd 1: dc2tog, dc in the next 11 sts, dc2tog. Ch1 and turn

Rnd 2: dc2tog, dc in the next 9 sts, dc2tog. Ch1 and turn

Rnd 3: dc2tog, dc in the next 7 sts, dc2tog. Ch1 and turn

 

Rnd 4: dc2tog, dc in the next 5 sts, dc2tog. Ch2 and turn

Rnd 5: dc in the next 3 sts, ch2 and turn

Rnd 6- 15: dc in the next 3 sts, ch2 and turn Cut the yarn and fasten off

The other strap: Join the yarn with a sl st to the 4th st of rnd 5

Rnd 5: dc at the last 3 sts, ch2 and turn

Rnd 6-15: dc in the next 3 sts, ch2 and turn Then sc in each space around (edging the whole top from straps to the planned pooling piece until you reach the other strap!)

 

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