Crochet Outfits For Baby Girl

Baby girls are the cutest creatures on earth. They have a beautiful smile and cute little toes. It is a delight to watch them grow up and become independent human beings. One way to make sure that your baby girl stays safe and warm at all times is by dressing her up in crochet outfits for baby girl.

crochet outfits for baby girl

If you’re looking for crochet outfits for baby girl, you’ve come to the right place! We have a wide selection of crochet baby clothes and accessories. The colors are bright and cheery, and they can be used as either first or second outfits.

The designs are inspired by the seasons, so if your little one is born in winter months, you’ll find lots of snowflake-adorned items that will keep her warm. If she’s born during the spring or summer months (or even into fall), there are plenty of floral patterns to choose from.

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This last outfit is the perfect one for a baby girl who loves to be outdoors. The little crochet shorts are adorable, and the sun hat will keep her head covered up in case it gets too hot! You can easily find this at any local craft store, or even make it yourself if you have some extra time on your hands.

 Pattern: Cute Baby Girl Dress Crochet Pattern

Skirt part: Working in the round.

Ch 152, sls in the first st.

  • Rnd 1—24: Ch 3, 1dc in each st, sls in the first st.
  • Rnd 25: Ch 2, 1blsc in each of the next 11sts, *skip 7 sts, 1sc in each of the next 12 sts* repeat *-* 6 more times, skip 7 sts, sls in the first st. ( number of sts = 96)
  • Sew the skipped stitches. 
  • Rnd 26—29: Ch 2, 1sc in each st.
  • Cut the yarn.

Body Part: Working back and forth.

  • Row 1: skip 31 sts, insert yarn in st 32 and make 1sc in 34 sts.
  • Row 2: ch 2, 1 sc in each st.
  • Row 3: 1 sc2t in the first 2 sts, 1sc in each of the next 30 sts, 1 sc2t in the last 2 sts.
  • Row 4—8: ch2, 1 sc in each st.
  • Row 9: same as row 3.
  • Row 10—14: same as row 4.
  • Row 15: same as row 3.
  • Row 16—20: same as row 4.
  • Row 21: same as row 3.
  • Row 22—24: same as row 4.

Straps: Working back and forth.

  • Row 1-57: ch2, 1sc in each of the next 4 sts.
  • Row 58: ch2, 1sc in the next st, ch2 and skip 1 st, 1sc in each of the last 2sts.
  • Row 59: ch2, 1sc in the next st, 1sc arnd the next 2ch space, 1sc in each of the last 2sts.
  • Row 6064: same as row 1.
  • Row 65: same as row 58.
  • Row 66: same as row 59.
  • Row 67— 79: same as row 1.

Ruffles: Working back and forth.

Insert the yarn at the side of the first sc of the strap: 1row’s side=1st

  • Row 1: ch2, 1sc in the first st, 2hdcs in the next st, 2dcs in each of the next 76 sts, 2 hdcs in the next st, 2 scs in the next st.
  • Row 2–6: ch2, 1sc in the next st, 1hdc in each of the next 2sts, 1dc in each of the next 152 sts, 1hdc in each of the next 2sts, 1sc in each of the last 2 sts.
  • Cut the yarn and repeat the same steps for the other strap.
  • Sew a Button at the center of the back.

Bow: Working back and forth.

Using white yarn (or any other preferred color) from left over yarns.

  • Ch 8, Row 1-40: ch1, 1sc in each st. Join the 8 sts from both sides by making a sls in each st.
  • Wrap the blue yarn at the middle of the bow as shown in the picture. Pass the strand through the wrapped yarn and tie it properly. Use a needle and a thin thread to sew the bow at the center of the dress.
  • Do not hot glue the bow because it will separate from the dress if washed

Conclusion

I think this is a great way for you to get started in crocheting for your baby. It’s a fun skill and there are so many things that you can make with it! The first step is always the hardest one, but once you get started with these patterns and learn something new along the way – then you will find yourself hooked on crochet as well 🙂

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