kinderkleren haken

Crochet fall jacket

What do you need?

  • 3 balls of bigger yarn
  • crochet needle 4
  • siccor
  • big needle
  • needle and yarn
  • one button

Back part + front parts

Chain 70 + 3 (this is the size for a 3/4 year old girl. You can easily make it bigger, but make sure it’s divisible by 2). We start to crochet at the bottom of the jacket.

Row 1: dc. *skip 1 stich, 2 dc in same stich*. Repeat between ** until the end of the row. Ch 3, turn.
Row 2: *2 dc after 2 dc of round 1*. Repeat between ** until the end of the row. End with a dc in last stich. Ch 3, turn.
Row 3 – 19: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row) and row 2.
Row 20: Repeat row 1, maar decrease in the beginning and end. Ch 3, turn.

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Row 21: Decrease beginning. *2 dc after dc of last row*. Repeat 7 times. Ch 3, turn.
Row 22 -24: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row) and row 2, but decrease at the end and beginning.
Row 25 – 28: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row) and row 2, but decrease only at the outside of the jacket.
Row 29: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row). Finish.

Attach your yarn at the other side of the jacket. Repeat row 21 – 29.
Attach your yarn in the center of the jacket, 4 stiches further then the front part. You are going to crochet the back part.

Row 21: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row). Stop 4 stiches before the next front part. Ch 3, turn.
Row 22 -24: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row) and row 2, but decrease at the end and beginning.
Row 25-29: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row) and row 2. Finish.

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Sew the front parts to the back part. Attach your yarn at the botton of the jacket. sc all around, with 3 sc at the corners. Finish. Attach a button at row 18.

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Sleeves: 

Ch 18. Slip stich to ring.
Row 1: Ch 3. Skip 1 stich. *2 dc in same stich, skip 1 stich*. Repeat between ** until the end of the row. End with 1 dc in last stich. Slip stich in 3th ch.
Row 2: Ch 3. *2 dc after 2 dc of round 1*. Repeat between ** until the end of the row. End with 1 dc in last stich. Slip stich in 3th ch.
Row 3 – 7: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row) and row 2.
Row 8: 2 dc after 1 dc of row 7. *2 dc after 2 dc of row 7*. Repeat between ** until the end of the row. End with 1 dc in last stich. Slip stich in 3th ch.
Row 9: Repeat row 2. End with 2 dc after the last 2 dc of row 8 and with 1 dc in the first ch of this row. End with 1 dc in last stich. Slip stich in 3th ch.
Row 10: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row). End with 2 dc by the first 2 dc of this row.
Row 11 – 21: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row) and row 2.
Row 22: Ch 3.  *2 dc after 2 dc of row 21*. Repeat between ** 7 times. Ch 3, turn.
Row 23 – 27: Repeat row 1 (but don’t skip a stich, but the 2 dc of the last row) and row 2, but decrease in the beginning and at the end.

Finish. Crochet another sleeve. Attach to the jacket.

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Done!

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Good luck with this jacket. It’s not that difficult to make! Love, Maris

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