Baby Stuff – Crochet Precious things for precious babies!

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Baby Stuff eBook
Title: Baby Stuff
Author: Candi Jensen
Publisher: Leisure Arts, Inc., March 1, 2013.
ISBN: 9781464707506
Photographer: Ken West

 Baby Stuff Crochet

Precious things for precious babies!

If you are searching for cute projects to crochet for the babies in your life this book has a number of promising patterns to choose from. All the patterns are listed as EASY level patterns. These designs will crochet up quickly and are perfect for babies from 6 to 12 months.

All projects use medium weight (worsted weight) yarn, except for the baby bib which uses DK weight yarn.

The book is 34-pages in length and the patterns are presented in written format in US Crochet Terminology.

The patterns included are:

  • Kitten Baby Hat (6 months, 12 months)
  • Baby Bottle Cozy (7 ” circumference)
  • Baby Leg Warmers (7.5 ” circumference by 8″ length)
  • Hanger Covers (to fit padded hangers 10″ long)
  • Baby Mitts (5″ circumference and 3″ long)
  • Baby Bib (7″ wide and 9.5″ long)
  • Booties (6-12 months)
  • Bath Mitten (8″ circumference and 8″ long)

Abbreviations are included on page 29 and the yarn information for the projects photographed in the book is included on page 31.

If you are looking for baby shower gifts these would do in a pinch! Aren’t they adorable!?

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17 Comments

  1. Oh those adorable baby leggings!!! AND the booties….oh my baby!!!! What fabulous baby items to make!!

  2. What a bunch of super ideas for gifting to new Momma’s & sweet lil’ babies! 🙂

  3. Great review. I am a knitter but have started to crochet and am always looking for simple projects, as well as quick ones to use up those bits of yarn left over from larger projects.

  4. This is so cute I love the hat and legwarmers but the fingerless gloves are just too cute!! ?

  5. The book that I like and use quite frequently his car seat blankets and eight crochet designs by leisure arts. This book was the first book that I purchased after many years of not crocheting. Since then I have started crocheting many other designs and getting into making afghans,booties, and other accessories. And coming to this website leisure arts and other websites . I would like to thank Rhonda for our many designs thank you Rhonda for your many designs and creating such a fantastic site and making me think on how to work my fingers into making these designs.

  6. I think you should review Check-It-Out Afghans…they look like fund to do.

  7. I think you should review “Baskets”. I think it would be fun to do. It also would encourage beginners that they can go beyond a scarf.

  8. Animal Lovie Blankets… Those things are so cute! A blanket and stuffed animal in one 🙂

  9. Please review “COMPLETE GUIDE TO SYMBOL CROCHET” for those of us who can”t read and understand patterns that are ONLY given in symbol form; therefore, depriving us from making them !! Help !

  10. Please do : COMPLETE GUIDE YO SYMBOL CROCHET. I’ve seen some lovely patterns using symbols, not giving written directions, and I can”t read them !! UGH ! HELP !! If I could find this book it would help immensely !!LOL

  11. mans two tone pullover, I would love it because its so hard to find patterns for the guys