Braids and Lace Embellished Baby Sweater



There may be no projects more adorable than crochet baby sweaters and none cuter than the lace and braids embellished ones. Crochet sweaters with braids and lace fabrics are one of the cutest trends to come out of the craft world in recent years.
This Lace and Braids Embellished baby sweater is adorable before it even be worn, and then of course the little one just makes it look more cute; those long braids and the back opening look adorable on babies!
Celebrate your daughter, niece or family friend with this special treasure. This original sweater is the perfect gift for her. It is ideal for your little angel and it is also really special item to donate to children's charities.

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Size

length: 36 cm, bust: 54 cm.

Gauge

19 stitches dc = 4” (10 cm); 11 rows dc = 4” (10 cm). CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

Materials

-Yarn: one color,
-Crochet Hook: 2.5 mm,
-Lace fabrics,
-Lace ribbon,
-Satin Ribbon,
-Beads,
-Scissors,
-Needle.

Stitches

Abbreviations

st(s) = stitch(es); ch(s) = chain(s); dc = double crochet; dc2tog = double crochet 2 together; BPdc = Back Post double crochet; FPtr = Front Post treble; BPtr = Back Post treble; mm = millimeters; cm = centimeters; [ ] = work directions in brackets the number of times specified;() * = repeat whatever follows the * as indicated.

Special Stitches

A = dc2tog (double crochet 2 together) = [Yarn over, insert hook in indicated stitch or space and draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook] twice, yarn over and draw through all 3 loops on hook.
U = 2 dc in 1 st.
V = dc, ch, dc (dc stitches are crocheted in the same ch space).
X (type 1) 6 stitches crossed. The first three ones are FPtr and the second three ones are BPtr.
X (type 2) 6 FPtr stitches crossed.

Notes

1. The sweater is crocheted up down in three sections:
- Section 1: from neck to bust.
- Section 2: from bust to hip.
- Section 3: arms.
2. A, U and dc stitches are crocheted through both loops.
3. V stitch is crocheted in ch space.
4. There are two types of X stitches, as described above. These stitches are used for four times in each of odd rows (3, 5, 7…). The first and the second ones are type 1. The third and fourth ones are type 2.
5. To avoid cutting yarn between section 1 and 2, cut a little bit of yarn before starting. You will use it to join corners in section 2.

Written instructions

Section 1

Make ch 11, ch 22, ch 22, ch 22, ch 11.
Row 1: ch 3, dc in fourth ch from hook and in next 10 ch, ch 1 (first corner made), dc in next 22 ch, ch 1 (second corner made), dc in next 22 ch, ch 1 (third corner made), dc in next 22 ch, ch 1 (fourth corner made), dc in next 11 ch.
Row 2: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 3, V, [skip 1 st, U] 11 times, V, A, BPdc 6, U, dc 4, U, BPdc 6, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 11 times, V, dc 3, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 3: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 4, V, [skip 1 st, U] 12 times, V, A, X, U, dc 6, U, X, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 12 times, V, dc 4, X, dc 2.
Row 4: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 5, V, [skip 1 st, U] 13 times, V, A, BPdc 6, U, dc 8, U, BPdc 6, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 13 times, V, dc 5, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 5: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 6, V, [skip 1 st, U] 14 times, V, A, X, U, dc 10, U, X, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 14 times, V, dc 6, X, dc 2.
Row 6: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 7, V, [skip 1 st, U] 15 times, V, A, BPdc 6, U, dc 12, U, BPdc 6, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 15 times, V, dc 7, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 7: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 8, V, [skip 1 st, U] 16 times, V, A, X, U, dc 14, U, X, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 16 times, V, dc 8, X, dc 2.
Row 8: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 9, V, [skip 1 st, U] 17 times, V, A, BPdc 6, U, dc 16, U, BPdc 6, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 17 times, V, dc 9, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 9: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 10, V, [skip 1 st, U] 18 times, V, A, X, U, dc 18, U, X, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 18 times, V, dc 10, X, dc 2.
Row 10: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 11, V, [skip 1 st, U] 19 times, V, A, BPdc 6, U, dc 20, U, BPdc 6, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 19 times, V, dc 11, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 11: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 12, V, [skip 1 st, U] 20 times, V, A, X, U, dc 22, U, X, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 20 times, V, dc 12, X, dc 2.
Row 12: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 13, V, [skip 1 st, U] 21 times (arm 1), V, A, BPdc 6, U, dc 24, U, BPdc 6, A, V, [skip 1 st, U] 21 times (arm 2), V, dc 13, BPdc 6, dc 2.
You will continue row 13 without cutting yarn.

Section 2

Take the little bit of yarn and join 1st corner to the 2nd one with 6 chs. Then, join 3rd corner to the 4th one with 6 chs.
Row 13: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 14, dc 6, dc 3, X, dc 24, X, dc 3, dc 6, dc 14, X, dc 2.
Row 14: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 14, dc 6, dc 3, BPdc 6, dc 24, BPdc 6, dc 3, dc 6, dc 14, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 15: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 17, U, dc 5, X, U, dc 22, U, X, dc 5, U, dc 17, X, dc 2.
Row 16: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 24, BPdc 6, dc 26, BPdc 6, dc 24, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 17: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 24, X, dc 26, X, dc 24, X, dc 2.
Row 18: repeat Row 16.
Row 19: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 18, U, dc 5, X, U, dc 24, U, X, dc 5, U, dc 18, X, dc 2.
Row 20: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 25, BPdc 6, dc 28, BPdc 6, dc 25, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 21: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 25, X, dc 28, X, dc 25, X, dc 2.
Row 22: repeat Row 20.
Row 23: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 19, U, dc 5, X, U, dc 26, U, X, dc 5, U, dc 19, X, dc 2.
Row 24: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 26, BPdc 6, dc 30, BPdc 6, dc 26, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 25: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 26, X, dc 30, X, dc 26, X, dc 2.
Row 26: repeat Row 24.
Row 27: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 20, U, dc 5, X, U, dc 28, U, X, dc 5, U, dc 20, X, dc 2.
Row 28: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 27, BPdc 6, dc 32, BPdc 6, dc 27, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 29: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 27, X, dc 32, X, dc 27, X, dc 2.
Row 30: repeat Row 28.
Row 31: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 21, U, dc 5, X, U, dc 30, U, X, dc 5, U, dc 21, X, dc 2.
Row 32: ch 3, turn, dc 2, BPdc 6, dc 28, BPdc 6, dc 34, BPdc 6, dc 28, BPdc 6, dc 2.
Row 33: ch 3, turn, dc 2, X, dc 28, X, dc 34, X, dc 28, X, dc 2.
Row 34: repeat Row 32.
Row 35: repeat Row 33.
Row 36: repeat Row 32.
Row 37: ch 3, turn, *BPdc, FPdc; repeat from * to end of row.

Section 3 (make 2)

The side that was away from you when working row 12 now faces you. Join yarn with sl st in top of last dc worked in arm 1 or 2 of row 12.
Round 13: ch 3, dc in the same stitch of the first ch, [skip 1 st, U] 23 times, join with sl st in the 3rd ch, sl st in top of the first dc.
Rounds 14-30: turn, repeat round 13.
Round 31: turn, ch 3, [dc, A] 16 times, dc, join with sl st in the 3rd ch.
Round 32: turn, ch 3, [FPdc, BPdc] 16 times, FPdc, join with sl st in the 3rd ch.
Round 33: turn, ch 3, [BPdc, FPdc] 16 times, BPdc, join with sl st in the 3rd ch.
Round 34: repeat round 32.
Round 35: repeat round 33.

Neck Edging

Join yarn with slip st to ch-3 of row 1 (in 2nd ch).
Row 1: ch 3, *BPdc, FPdc; repeat from * to end of row.
Rows 2-5: turn, repeat row 1.

Finishing

Weave in ends. Block if necessary.

How to embellish the sweater

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