Frugal Diapering: Free Crochet Wool Soaker patterns

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Friday, April 05, 2024 | 2 comments
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Image: wool soakers/diaper covers
Do you want to make wool soakers or diaper covers for a baby, but you are a crocheter, not a great knitter?

I found a few patterns, and I am sharing them with you!

An excellent place to go is - a free site for knitters and crocheters.

Here are a few others I found...

Image: Quick to Crochet Baby Boy Soakers
Quick to Crochet Baby Boy Soakers

-- Once you make your first couple of crocheted diaper covers, you'll be hooked, and so will your little one!

Click for pattern: Quick to Crochet Baby Boy Soakers

Image: Curling Baby Set
Curling Baby Set

-- Julia says, I wanted something absorbent, so I chose the front and back post stitches to give it extra padding. The moms who have tried them have been excited about how well the diaper covers work.

Click for the pattern: Curling Baby Set

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 the pattern: Little Fire Crochet Soaker Pants

Image: Tickle Turdle Wool Wraps
Tickle Turdle Wool Wraps

- Allows you to select the closure method you prefer. A Snappi works excellently, and so do diaper pins!

Click for the pattern: Tickle Turdle Wool Wrap

Image: Rolled Edge Wool Soakers
Rolled Edge Wool Soakers

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

Click for the pattern: Rolled Edge Wool Soakers Pattern
(archived on the Wayback Machine)

Image: Easiest Crochet Wool Soaker Pattern
Easiest Crochet Wool Soaker Pattern

-- This soaker pattern is the simplest of the simple to crochet. It is very economical and will fit most babies from start to finish because it is so S-T-R-E-T-C-H-Y. Even the most novice of crocheters can work it up in no time.

Click for the pattern: Easiest Crochet Wool Soaker Pattern

Image: Learn to Crochet Wool Diaper Covers
Learn to Crochet Wool Diaper Covers

-- Although these pants can be knitted, Stephanie found it faster to crochet them. All I need to make a pair is a size J crochet hook and four ounces of wool.

Click for the pattern: Learn to Crochet Wool Diaper Covers

More Free Crochet Diaper Cover Patterns:

🚼 16 Crochet Diaper Cover Patterns

🚼 Princess Diaper Cover

🚼 Mickey and Minnie Inspired Crochet Diaper Covers

🚼 Bubbly Diaper Cover

🚼 Adirondack Babie Crocheted Soaker

Image: zefen Reusable Baby Diaper Cover/Knit Co | Natural, so soft, breathable, waterproof. Perfect with prefolds for hot climate
Reusable Diaper Cover

More Frugal Diaper Covers and Soakers:

🚼 Frugal Diaper Sewing: Easy Homemade Soaker

🚼 Frugal Diapering: Free Crochet Wool Soaker patterns

🚼 FREEBIE: Knit/Crochet/Sew Soaker patterns

🚼 Frugal Diaper Sewing: Free Diaper and Cover Patterns

🚼 Frugal Sewing: Make your own diaper cover pull-on

🚼 Diaper Sewing: Making a fleece pull-on pant

🚼 Frugal Diapering: Make Your Own Baby Bum Sweaters

🚼 Diaper Sewing: More Free Wool Soaker Patterns

🚼 Diaper Sewing: 2-layer fleece soaker

🚼 Diaper Washing: Washing Wool Soakers

Image: 100% merino wool baby knitted soaker diaper cover | Brand: tevirP
100% Merino Wool Diaper Cover

Shopping Suggestions:

🚼 Ready-Made Baby Wool Diaper Covers

🚼 Crochet Diaper Cover Patterns

🚼 100% Merino Wool Yarn | super-fine and soft

🚼 Fishermen's Wool Yarn | 100-Percent Pure Virgin Wool

🚼 100% Wool Yarn

🚼 Bamboo Handle Crochet Hooks

🚼 Boye Aluminum Crochet Hook Set

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  1. Zu says:

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

  2. Anonymous says:

    I love your patterns! Great! Thank you!!!

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