Do you want to learn how to crochet Baby Ripple Onesie ? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.

    An adorable Baby Ripple Onesie for a 3-month or 6-month baby in double knitting.

    I love the neat ripple stitch that Lucy from Attic24 uses on one of her patterns and I really wanted to do a stripy baby romper, so I’ve combined the 2 in this cute baggy pattern (with plenty of nappy room). The opening extends down both legs to help with changing. I hate sewing up at the end of a project, so I always try to avoid seams. This design has no sewing apart from adding the buttons.The ripple effect shows up best with a variegated yarn or in stripes.

    I love the colour patterning that comes out of the Baby Blossom DK by Hayfield and highly recommend it, especially with a white yarn for the yoke, cuffs & edging. I have also worked it using Innocence Bamboo Rich DK by James C Brett in stripes of pastel rainbow colours – more ends to sew in but who doesn’t love a rainbow? Working the pattern in one colour would be a more subtle effect.

    Skill level You need to be able to do basic crochet stitches including increasing and decreasing. The rib effect is  done using front post- and back post trebles. The onesie is crocheted top-down which can be confusing if you’ve never done it before.


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    Baby Ripple Onesie

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