Diaper Sewing: Crochet Wool Soaker patterns

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Tuesday, February 07, 2017 | 1 comments
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I also am a crocheter, but no knitter. I haven't found a whole lot of patterns but have found a few, and I'm working on creating one myself. A good place to go is Ravelry.com - a free site for knitters and crocheters.

I just found this site last week and I'm completely in love with it! The wool soaker group on Yahoo also has a few good patterns.

Here are a few others I found...

Image: Little Fire Crochet Soaker Pants
Little Fire Crochet Soaker Pants

-- The first one is super easy!
This pattern is written in four sizes

Click for pattern: withatangledskein.blogspot.com

Image: Tickle Turdle Wool WrapsTickle Turdle Wool Wraps

- allows you to select the closure method you prefer. A Snappi works great! So do diaper pins!

Click for pattern: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tickle-turdle-wool-wrap

Image: Rolled Edge Wool SoakersRolled Edge Wool Soakers

- Crochet it, put it on your baby and adore how cute it looks!

Click for pattern: Pattern archived on the Wayback Machine

Thanks to Jennostlund for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Image: Lion Brand Yarn Wool-Ease Thick and Quick Yarn - Perfect for extra warm sweaters, jackets, vests, slippers and hats; It's an ideal beginner yarnImage: Boye Aluminum Crochet Hook Set - feature optimally smooth throats and rounded heads for most precise, professional-looking work
Shopping Suggestions:
Patons Classic Wool Yarn
Lion Brand Yarn Wool-Ease Thick and Quick Yarn
Susan Bates Luxite Plastic Crochet Hook Set
Boye Aluminum Crochet Hook Set

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  1. Zu says:

    Those are adorable! Thanks for the tips. :-)

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