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Baby Bunting Crochet Patterns


Baby bunting made from free crochet patterns is a must have for any parent of an infant, and in truth
you can never really have too many of these. They serve a most useful purpose in keeping a child warm and secure and in effect can stave off many illnesses that are the result of a child getting a chill when exposed to cold air or even a draft. How to crochet baby bunting can be be mastered quickly as many are made in a variety of yarn weights and stitches to accommodate the weather of all seasons, so that a child is never too warm or too cool and there are enough of a diversity in free patterns that sizing to properly fir should never be an issue. 

Preemie Shell Sleep Sack - This is a very pretty pattern sized to fit a preemie and even includes plans for a warm hat, available at http://suzies-yarnie-stuff.blogspot.com/2009/10/preemie-shell-sleep-sack.html

Babe In A Basket - At http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showthread.php?t=107477 you can get an easy free pattern that looks great and feels even better for baby.

Granny Square Baby Bunting - This is a wonderful idea of using Granny Squares to make a wonderful bunting project, available at 
http://web.archive.org/web/20010410091900/http://www.cei.net/~vchisam/groovy/51-bunting.html

Pretty Baby Cocoon - This is a neat free crochet pattern that just has a "smile" component when you look at it, found at http://hooksandyarns.blogspot.com/2009/09/pretty-baby-cocoon.html

Baby Bunting - At http://www.miracleshappen.us/patterns/CrochetBunting/ you can get a free crochet pattern for baby bunting that is both attractive, roomy and warm.

Newborn Baby Sleeping Gown - This is a simple pattern that is perfect for the needs of a newborn, found at http://extrastellar.net/cjs_crochetnewbornsleepgown.html

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