Crochet Baby Coat: 6, 12, 18 & 24 Mnths


Welcome back to The Crochet Crowd as well as my friends over at yarnspirations.com. I’m your host Mikey. Today we’re going to do the Striped Crochet Coat. This is for babies for 6 months, 12 months, 18 and 24 months and you’ll need a size ‘G’, 4 mm crochet hook in order to play and Bernat Softee Baby yarn as our yarn of choice. So as we get into the pattern today there’s gonna be four sizes. I’m going to do the six-month size with you on camera. Every time there’s a choice to be made you’ll see it in the pattern is that it’s color coded so the 56 matches the coloring of the 6 month and et cetera. So whenever there’s a choice to be made. It says chain 56, 58, 62 or 68 um, you just have to choose the size that matches the size that you would like to do. So it’s actually pretty straightforward in order to do this kind of design and let’s take a look at the back page. So as we look at the back page you’re going to see a diagram with the dimensions and the dimensions change color depending on what size that you’re working on. But it’s pretty straight forward and you can change the buttons to be on either side depending if it’s a boy or girl that you’re crocheting for. You are crocheting in rows so you’re going back and forth because obviously we have the opening here so it’s not a continuous circle. Really quite easy to follow. We’re going to start up on the top and then work our way down and it just flares out towards the bottom of this as you can see. So today’s yarn of choice is to Bernat Softee Baby yarn, a 4 mm, size ‘G’ crochet hook in order to play. I’m actually using yarn that I did another baby sweater with recently and I’m just using the leftover yarn for that in order to make this. So you can make it striped and you can change colors as often as you want you can look at the pattern for changing colors. Today I’m gonna take you through all the stitch work in order for, to get from start to finish. So let’s begin the 6 month size and again substitute the information for anything I’m gonna say to make the larger sizes. So let’s start off with a slip, slipknot and I’m going to chain 56. So just chain so 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 and go all the way to 56 for me. So I’m gonna get started and we’re going to start off with a slip knot remember I am doing the 6 month size so if you’re doing the other sizes just refer to the pattern for the information difference. So we’re gonna start off with chaining of 56 and just go 1, 2, 3 4 and 5 and go all the way to 56 and meet me back here in just a moment. To begin row number one you’re going to need stitch markers a total of four them. I’m just grabbing some spare yarn and we’re gonna use these two mark our stitches as we go. So let’s set begin and we’re gonna go nice and slowly remember am doing the six-month size. So we’re going to half double crochet third chain from the hook. So just count it backward so 1, 2, 3 turn it over and get the back loop of this of the chain and you want to half double crochet into that one. Okay, so let’s go back to the pattern. It says one half double crochet in each of the next eleven, so let’s count those out together. This will be a slower round so or row. So we’re gonna go 1 and just keep moving down the chain and 2 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and this will be the 11th. So let’s go back to the instructions, we just did our 11, so we’re gonna say three half double crochets into the next one and we’re gonna mark the middle one. So let’s just put three half double crochets into the same one, this is gonna be starting in the shoulder so we’ve got 1 and going into the same one again we’re gonna say 2 and then we’re gonna say the same one again, this is the 3rd one. So it’s all with the know same stitch. Before you move on I want you to go second chain from the hook so 1 or second stitch from the hook so 1 and 2 and just put a stitch marker in that second one. So it’s the middle one of the group of the of the four or of the three half double crochets. So just put a stitch marker there that’ll indicate to you where you need to increase in the future. Okay, so just let it hang there and now we’re gonna continue moving down the chain. So continuing to move down the chain we’re going to put a half double crochet in each of the next six. So this is going up over top of the shoulder now, so let’s count those head together, so we have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. So six are in so the next one is going to be another three half double crochets into the same one and we’re gonna mark the middle one with another stitch marker. So let’s just count this out together. So 1 into the same one, we have 2, and 3. So second one back, it’s the middle one you were going to place in your half double crochet, you’re gonna place in your stitch marker in that top of the half double crochet. So put another one in there. So now we’re gonna work on the back of the sweater now. Get that out of the way. So continuing along so one half double crochet into the next fourteen. So let’s count those it together. So we have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 so eleven’s in and we still have to a few more to go. So 12, 13, and 14 is next. So the next one is gonna be three half double crochets into the same one, so let’s just do that. We’re gonna mark the middle one again so 1, 2, and 3 and second one back so 1, 2 grab another stitch marker. Okay, and so the next six in a row are gonna be just half double crochets. So let’s continue on and count so we have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Okay now the next one is gonna have another three half double crochets and we’re gonna mark the middle one. So let’s just do that. So 1 into the same one, 2 and 3 all in the same and just count back to the second one and place your stitch marker in and now the remaining is going back across the front of the sweater and you’re just gonna fill in those remaining ones. Okay, so if your calculations are right. It says there’s one half double crochet in each of the next 12. So let’s just count those out for fun, so we’re going to say 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and I got one more stitch left which is my 12th. So I know that I’m right and that is it for round number one. So it was a little bit of a slower round, but we’ve now established this outfit, and if you look really carefully the way that it’s bending you can actually see what’s going on here so you can actually see the front panel. Okay right up here. You can see the top of the shoulder you can see the back you can see the other shoulder and the other front panels right there. So let’s continue on to round number two. So let’s continue on to round number two. So this is a buttonhole round so we’re going to establish our buttonhole within this one. We’re going to chain two, 1 and 2 and it says chain two at the beginning of a round, does not count as a stitch. So we have to half double crochet into that very first one. Okay, so that’s doesn’t, chain two at the begining doesn’t count as the first one. So we’re gonna have double crochet into the each of the first two. So that was one and then go to the next one and then we’re gonna create the buttonhole. So we’re gonna chain up one and skip the next one and go second one over and what you have to just do is that you have to just half double crochet second over and now we’re going to just half double crochet across the rest of this and what we need to do is that we need to think about where we are for these stitch markers because those are the middle of the group of, groups of three. So as we move down. We’re just going to make our way down to the first stitch marker and we’re gonna do the same thing for all of the stitch markers for this row. So I don’t need to take you through the entire row because you just have to do the same thing. So every time you hit a stitch marker you’re going to apply three half double crochets into the same one and guess what you need to do. You have to move up that stitch marker to the middle one of the grouping of three. Just makes it a lot easier in your life in order to crochet this faster without having to count stitches. So there is the stitch marker there. So that one is the middle one of the group of three so I want you to put in three half double crochets. They’re so 1, 2, and 3 and the middle one of this new grouping of three. It’s the second one back. Okay, right there just pull that string through. I Okay, I kinda lost my sits there um, as it was doing it but I can just fix it just like that. So just leave in the stitch marker in the beginning and just pull it through the next one up and then just continue to move down until you hit the other stitch marker again, again it’ll be right here ,put three in there and move that stitch marker up and you’ll do that every time you hit a stitch marker for this one. So please do that all the way around. I’m all the way to the end so now I wanna turn and go my way back on row number three. So row number three is not a buttonhole round so that was the first time that it appeared and then it’s just gonna chain two. Remember the first stitch does not count or the first chain two does not count as a half double crochet. You’re gonna half double crochet all the way back until you get to the place markers, again put three in there and move that stitch marker up to the middle one and you’re gonna do that every time you hit one of those. So please do that all the way across for rule number three. I’m coming up close to the end of row number three and remember in row number two we put a buttonhole. So there’s gonna be a gapping space I wanna make sure that you are putting a half double crochet right into that chain one space in order to keep that buttonhole open. So just go right into the space for a half double crochet like so, so the buttonhole is now in there and then just continue to go right to the edge. So there’s two more after that so it’s 1 and then 2. So that was row number three. So now row number four we’re gonna do for a total of four times. It says to do this row and then says repeat three times. So you’re gonna do this exact same thing four times. Okay, and the other side is a same kind of rule. So chain up two and the other sizes when I say same kind of rule just look at the repeat pattern to be able to determine that. So chain up two counts as a half double crochet or doesn’t count as a half double crochet. So you’re gonna go right into the first one and then you’re just gonna half double crochet yourself across. When you hit the stitch markers again put three and then move up the stitch markers and do this now for four rounds or four rows as you do this. So I’ll see you at the end of those four rows. So now that I repeated you should be on the same side so that you can see the buttonhole from before. Okay, so we’ve gone back and forth several times to do the repeat pattern and now we’re ready to get, again to create another buttonhole row. So we’re going to chain two and remember doesn’t count as a half double crochet. Half double crochet in the first one and you’re going to half double crochet in the next one. You’ve already done this before and then chain one, skip one and half double crochet in the next and so there, there is your two buttonholes that you can see on your project. so then just continue along the same thing that you already know just within the row just moving up your stitch marker and continue to do that. Put three half double crochets where the stitch marker is and move it up one more time. We only have one more row to go and then for the 6 month size and then for the 12 and 24 months sizes you have an extra row to do before you start dividing it off for the sleeves. So continue to go across all the way for this row. So I’m coming up to the end, this is the same row that has the buttonhole right at the very beginning and I’m going to turn and this is a 6 month size so I’m going to turn my work and do the last time going across all the way and what we’re going to do then is that we are going to then go across and make sure you do your increases right where we should and then make sure that when you get to the other side you’re going to run into the buttonhole again and put a half double crochet right into that chain one space and finish that all the way across. So please do this again all the way across. So chain up two and then single or half double crochet in each. So after this row what we’re going to do is that we’re going to divide off the sleeves and we’re going to begin to do that next. So this is what your project looks like right now. So you have your front panels here you have your top of the shoulders here in the back panel. What we’re going to do now for the six month size is that we’re going to divide so that the sleeves are going to be formed with this section right here. So we’re going to be half double crocheting along and then what we’re going to do is we’re gonna skip all of this and see right where the middle ones are those are gonna be put together and you’re going to then just go there, and there is your sleeve and then you’re going to do the same with over here. You’re gonna put those together, and then this forms then the top of your, your sweater, just like you see it. So let’s begin to do that and this is all rows to divide it up into the sleeves. So let’s get ready to do that next. So let’s begin this row. We’re going to chain two counts as, it doesn’t count as a half double crochet, sorry about that I keep saying that and we want to get ourselves all the way to the stitch marker and that’s where we’re going to meet up next and I’ll show you how to make the sleeves in that point. So now I’m coming up to where the first stitch marker is and I’m going to half double crochet into that one and then I want to chain five. So 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Now just go to the next stitch marker that’s available to you and just fold it so the piece is coming towards you and I want you to half double crochet in the same one that has the next stitch marker in. So half double crochet into that. So this just now became your arm sleeve hole right there. So now you’re going to continue along and you’re going to half double crochet yourself into the next stitch marker and then you wanna do the same thing. So going into this one chain five and then start and then half double crochet into the next one and then go right to the front because we’re doing this now it’s going to eliminate all that extra stitch work above the sleeve so you’ll find that it’ll speed up just a little bit on your project. So please do that all the way across. So I’m coming up all the way across. I told you I’d meet at the end of this. Let’s just review how to do that sleeve one more time. There’s only two sleeves of course and you’re going right all the way to that stitch marker and you’re gonna half double crochet in there then chain five. So 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 and then go to the next stitch marker just pull it up so that the fold is towards you and then half double crochet in the same one that has the stitch marker in it and then half double crochet yourself all the way to the other side so all the way to the edge. So please do that and I’ll see at the end of this row. Okay, now that I’m all the way across I can see the bent of the sleeves and I can see the chain five spaces and et cetera. So we’re going to chain up two this round or row. It doesn’t count as a half double crochet go right into the first one and you’re gonna do one half double crochet in each stitch and you’re gonna go right into each chain, there’s five of them to do your half double crochet. So don’t go around the chain go right into the actual chain itself and half double crochet. So you’re just gonna do one half double crochet in either stitch or a chain all the way across and I’ll see at the end of this row. So now all the way back to the other side and for the 6 month and 18 months, they’re both the same we’re just gonna chain two and again just half double crochet in each going all the way across and then when we get back there we’re going to then change our color then and we’re gonna start doing some striping. But I’m just gonna keep the bottom just the same color and I’m just gonna apply some gray to that and we’ll do that. So just half double crochet one in each all the way across. Okay, I’m coming up to the end of the row and I’m going to remove this color and all sizes continue from this particular point and we’re just gonna go right into the last and the best way to get rid of the color to make sure that you don’t ever have to worry about it again is just trim your yarn and just pull it through that particular stitch that we just did. Okay, so what I wanna do is that I want to put this into a darning needle. So because a child’s wearing this you don’t want the tail ends being an issue. So you can just feed it through the work from where you came going across once. Just go up underneath the stitches okay, just right inside the project itself and it go once. Don’t make sure that you pull it so that it deforms the edge. So then go back in the other direction for 2 and the other direction for 3 and therefore you can trim it right down and you can do that with every time you’re fastening off colors with this particular one. So now we’re going to introduce another color and let’s begin to do that next in we’re just gonna turn our work and I’m gonna use gray just for the fun of it and we are gonna do an increasing round. So just create a slip knot and we’re gonna do an increasing round in order to get the, the bottom to flare out. So right at the very top of the very first one you want to attach. So I created a slipknot, and I’m going to just fasten on and now chain two and we’re gonna do a half double crochet in each of the next three. Remember that doesn’t count as a half double crochet. So you still have to go in the first one. So go 1 and then 2 and 3 in a row and the next one is gonna be three half double crochets into the same one. So you just see how I went right up over top of that tail end? So if you just go over at the top then you don’t gotta worry about securing it later. So put three into this one so 1, 2, 3. So it’s giving extra stitches so that it will flare out. So the repeat pattern on this one here as we’re going all the way across is going to be as follows. It’s gonna be one half double crochet in the next six. So it’s gonna be 1 and 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 and then the next one is gonna have three of them in there, three half double crochets. So 1, 2, and 3. So I want you to repeat that. So in the next six in a row are all by themselves and then the next one has three. Do that all the way until the final, um, um, four stitches I believe it says, to the final stitches, and I’m gonna meet you to the other side and I’m gonna show you what to do on that side because we just gotta finish off slightly different. So in coming up right to the end and because of the way that the pattern is written it tells you to do an extra three single crochets in, into sorry, three half double crochets in the fourth one before the end and that’s just the repeat patterning going on so it should work out for you no problems. So I’m putting three into the next one and you’re going to half double crochet and the remaining of the stitches then at the end. So we’re gonna move up to the next row and then what we’re going to do then at this point is that we are going to really expand the next row. We’re going to go from 108 stitches across to 180 and so really this is just really kind of a fringe and frill so it really even if you’re off by one or two it doesn’t really matter at this point. So let’s begin to do this and we’re going to chain up two, 1 and 2 and one half double crochet in each of the next three. So that includes the very first one. So 1 and 2 and 3. So now what I want you to do is that I want you to look for the middle of those three double or half double crochets that are in a row. So 1, 2 and 3 in each one of those is it gonna get three half double crochets into the same one. This is going to make it expand on here. Okay, so that was 1 of three. The next one is going to be three into the next one an then three into the next one after that. Okay, so those were the three half double crochets into the same one. This is allowing it to flare out at the same spot. So now you’re go to half double crochet, you can count it’s six, but you see the next group of three. The first one’s gonna get three, the next one and the next one are each gonna get three. Please do that all the way across for this row. So I did the repeat pattern all the way across. You’re going to notice it’s gonna look really quite roughly now because we’re now going to establish the pattern really quite easily. So now, for the now 10 inches and that’s from the top of this collar all the way down you wanna get your tape measure and you wanna measure out and you wanna be 10 inches. This is for this particular size of the 6 months, it’s up to 12 size depending on what size. So you’re just gonna put one half double crochet in each and see where you see it flaring that’s going to settle out and that’ll provide you a really great detail. So now it’s up to me to do my homework. In a few seconds though I’ll be finished that but for me off camera I have to finish that now before I continue. So I’ll see in a bit and just it’s one half double crochet each back and forth until this measures 10 inches. So we’re now at the part of the project where we have our 10 inches done from the neck all the way down to the base. Didn’t really take that long and once we have that done you can see that it opens up quite nicely and et cetera. So we’re going to sew our buttons to this here. So when you’re ready to do that you just have to line it up and then just mark your buttons and then just sew them on and we have the buttonholes right here that the buttons will slide into. So what’s missing, the sleeve. So I’ve already done one in advance to make sure I understood the pattern and the sleeves for the small size are only 3 inches long and they’re not very long. If you wanna make them longer you can and if you want to leave it off and make it like a sundress you can do so as well. It’s completely up to you. So I’m going to show you how to do the sleeve. So you’ll notice that these have lines that you see through the project. So that’s done by the half double crochet. So if you go in continuous revolution with the sleeves you won’t get the same look. So it won’t look like it matches. So we’re going to start this up, we’re gonna get our chain counts or our stitch count right and then we’re gonna go back and forth throughout the rows in order to do it for this particular size. So without further ado let’s grab our crochet hook. It’s the same size of 4 mm, size ‘G’. Let’s go. So using the color that you would like to do with the sleeves I’m gonna do mine gray and you can do yours any color and you’re going to create a slip knot to begin and you’re going to place it onto the hook. So remember that we have five stitches that were here that we jumped over. So we wanna go to the middle one of the five. So I’m just kinda looking, 1, 2, 3; 1, 2, 3 so this is the fifth one. This is the middle of the group of five. Let’s attach that and we’re going to just pull through and then chain two which counts as a double crochet. So we’re gonna double crochet then into the next two that are in that same section. Leave the straggler down on top so that you can trap that into position and we’re gonna half double crochet ourselves the next two which is in that same chain or the same five stitch area. So once we get this done we now want to turn this a little bit and we wanna work ourselves up the sleeves. So we can see that this one here is into this stitch so we wanna jump to here and what we wanna do is that we wanna count the number of stitches. If you wanna screw up your sleeves don’t count your stitches. If you wanna keep them absolutely equal to each other count them make sure that they work. Keep that straggler down on the top and just start in the next one. So we have to go a total of twenty-six half double crochets around. There should be twenty-six spaces here and then we’re gonna do the final two. So you’re just gonna go into the first one right here and you’re gonna half double crochet. I’m not gonna count twenty-six with you on camera. So that was 1 and 2 and 3 and once you bury that straggler enough in there you can just get rid of it too and just trim it off and you should be good to go to hold. So that was 3 go all the way to 26 and I’ll see at the around the other side. So I’m going to show you a cheating technique. So I have to do 26. Now before it worked out. This time something’s wrong, I don’t have 26 I actually only have 25. So because this is really forgiving. I’m going to throw another stitch in to make my 26. Okay, so I’m just kinda faking it or making it because why would you frog a whole project just for that. If for example you had 27 stitches and you’re only supposed to have 20, uh, 27 stitches and you’re only supposed to have 26, then what you could just do this, let’s just say this is 26 and 27, just put the final two together. So just wrap the hook and hold and wrap the next one go into the next stitch and hold and then pull through all of it, and that was the two together. So you just made 26 and 27 into one stitch. So you’ve gotta be able to be able to adjust if you need to and you’re gonna do the same for both sleeves as well. So I’m just resetting myself back to where I was and remember I was short one, don’t know why, so I’m just gonna throw an extra one in there. Life is not perfect so it’d be kinda false for me to put a tutorial and say everything’s gonna be perfect all the time. So now we wanna finish off the two stitches that are left on the underside of the arm so 1 and 2 and we wanna slip stitch to the first half double crochet. So the first chain two counts as a half double crochet. So we wanna slip stitch there, and then we’re gonna turn our work. So let’s turn to work and go up the next row. So it’s the next kind of round. So what we want to do at this particular point is that we’re going to chain up two like that and this time we wanna include the first one as a, as a half double crochet and I want you to half double crochet in each one of the stitches going all the way around and then you’re going to join it to the beginning one with a slip stitch. So please do that and see me back here in just a moment. So I’m coming up all the way back around to the other side just one half double crochet in each. So we’re gonna have to repeat this last row a set number of times for the size that we’re working on just come right into the last one here, the size that we’re working on we just have to repeat one more time. So we’re just going to join to the top of the first half double crochet and let’s turn our work and chain up two again and just half double crochet again into every stitch going all the way around. So what I wanted to do is do that. Slip stitch to the first one and then meet me back here because we’re gonna change up the instructions for the next round or the next row after that. I’m coming back all the way around again and just half double crochet one into each and then slip stitch it to the top of the first one. So we’re gonna turn our work and this time we’re going to do a decreased row. So let me just slip it first and then turn. So the first two stitches that we’re gonna start with we’re going to do a chain two, counts as, it doesn’t count as a half double crochet. So we’re gonna put that stitch and the next together. So we’re gonna wrap and going in pull through and then wrap and go into the next after that, pull through and you’re gonna pull through all of the loops there. So those two stitches just became one half double crochet. So now you’re gonna half double crochet in every stitch going all the way around except for the final two. The final two you wanna put those together again for a two together half double crochet. I’ll see you there in just a moment. So I’m coming all the way back around the final two are gonna be coming together. So wrap and going in and then wrap and then go into the stitch after that and then pull through all of it and those two just became one and then slip stitch it to the top of the first one. So we wanna turn our work now, and we’re going to do one round okay, of just regular half double crochets. So just chain up two, doesn’t count as a half double crochet and come into the first one and just half double crochet in each one of the stitches going all the way around and then just slip stitch it to the top of the first chain two that you’re going to start with. I’ll see you back there in just a moment. So I now slip stitched it, I wanna turn again and then we’re going to do another decrease row. This is the last time you’ll do a decrease. Chain two and then put the first two together just like that and then one half double crochet in each except for the final two you’re gonna put those two together and then the remaining of the, of this sleeve for only three inches ah, distance from where you joined it it’s just gonna be regular half double crochet going back and forth. So let me finish up this row first and then let me leave you the rest to finish on your own. So I’m coming up to the very end and then I wanna put the final two together and then slip stitch it to the top of the first and turn my work. So now all I’m just going to do is going back and forth just half double crochet, chain two to start and then just half double crochet in each stitch and then I want you to keep going back and forth until you get a total of three inches. Now if this is your second sleeve I want you to look at the sleeve that you have started. You can count how many rows this was okay. So you see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. So what I’m gonna confidently do is that I’m gonna go back and forth that I have nine rows on this one so that I know that they’re both even. Sometimes that 3 inches good could be a difference. So I have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and I’m on number 7 so technically I only have two more rounds to do in order to get this to be complete. So I want you to half double crochet in each joining it to the top of the first chain two and then keep doing it until you get three inches and that’s it for this particular project and that’s how you’re gonna complete this and I’ll see you with that done in just a moment. So I’m just finishing up. I’ve already fastened off. I’ve woven in my ends through with the darning needle, and I wanna make sure that my sleeves are the same size, okay. So I can see that the counts were the same and now it’s completely awesome. So now all you just need to do is you need to sew your buttons down. So you kinda have a choice. You can either put your buttons if you want this for a boy then you’re gonna change this. Just because it has a skirted bottom it doesn’t really matter for it baby so much. It is considered to coat. It’s got a little bit of extra flair to it so that you can get it around a diaper which I think is awesome. So if it’s a boy you might wanna go in one direction leaving the buttonholes on the top so that it’s folding over and if it’s a girl then what you can just do assuming that the buttons are right on the camera not really sure. Sometimes I know I’m making up stuff I tell ya. So you can just fold it because you went back and forth instead of just in the round, so if you fold it the other way then what you can just do is change the location of the buttons so then the buttons then change and then it crosses over this way. So you kind of have choices on what you wanna do with this. We also want to do an absolute edge here. So if you wanna trace this just with a single crochet. Just going up you could go right up over top of the collar. If you’re gonna do that just put three single crochets right into the edge but just start at the base and just equally space single crochets on here and it only goes to the top. You can do it for the other side if you wish as well and if you wanna go right up and over I would consider doing the gray just to kind of frame it a little bit better and then just sew on your buttons and you’re good to go. So this would be how you would complete the baby coat and I hope that you enjoy. There’s other tutorials on how to sew buttons. I’m a little bit paranoid when it comes to buttons or maybe I should say extra cautious is that I tend to use upholstery thread when I sew buttons onto a baby project, so that I know that it’s almost impossible to get it off. Take your time sewing on the buttons if you’re gonna use them, and that’s it for now. So have a great day was he again real soon. Bye, bye 👋.

7 thoughts on “Crochet Baby Coat: 6, 12, 18 & 24 Mnths

  1. Love it. I will be making that in pure wool. On my list. Mikey you have the most beautiful hands I’ve seen in crochet tutorials 🤚 🙌. Hope you look after them. Well I’m thinking you do as they are so nice 👍

  2. when you want to add beads to your project how do you know… how many beads total you will need for a finish product?

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