Crochet children’s coat

Hello dear reader, it is with great affection that today I am going to provide you with a simplified step-by-step guide on how to crochet a children’s coat. With this easy guide, anyone can create a cozy and charming piece for children. Let’s start!

Step 1: Choose your Material
Before you start, make sure you have everything you need. You will need:
Crochet thread in happy and cute colors.
Crochet hook of the appropriate size for the chosen thread.
Decorative buttons (optional).

Step 2: Measure and Plan
Choose the size of the children’s coat you want to make and measure the child to determine the desired length and width. Based on this, make a small crochet sample to calculate how many stitches you will need.

Step 3: Start the Base
Start at the bottom of the coat. Make a chain of crochet stitches of the desired length. Remember to add a few extra stitches to ensure the piece is wide enough.

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Step 4: Start Crocheting
Now, make rows of double crochets (or another stitch of your choice) until you reach the desired height for the coat. Remember to count your careers so that they are all the same.

Step 5: Divide for the Sleeves
When you reach the desired height for the sleeves, stop crocheting part of the work to form the arms. Make sure you calculate the sleeve space correctly.

Step 6: Crochet the Sleeves
Continue crocheting the sleeves, working in circles or rows, depending on your style. Gradually increase the number of stitches to form the sleeve.

Step 7: Finish the Collar
Once you’ve finished the sleeves, go back to the body of the jacket and continue crocheting until you reach the desired height for the collar. It can be a simple collar or a more elaborate one, depending on your taste.

Step 8: Finishing
Now, it’s time to put the finishing touches. Cut the thread, leaving an excess, and sew the parts of the coat, such as the shoulders and sides, with a tapestry needle. Add decorative buttons if desired.

Step 9: Enjoy the Result
Your adorable crochet children’s coat is ready! Dress up the child and admire your work. You’ve made something special and handmade that is sure to warm the little one’s heart and body.

Remember that practice makes perfect, so don’t worry if it doesn’t get perfect on the first try. With patience and persistence, you will improve your crochet skills and be able to create many beautiful pieces. Have fun and enjoy the creative process!

If you liked this crochet yarn craft pattern, just below, we’ll leave you with some more options for models of the most diverse crochet styles so that you can be inspired and hit the nail on the head, which style of crochet you will start with:

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Access the full free crochet pattern

We at the We Love Crochet blog wish all our beloved readers a wonderful week, full of God’s blessings in their homes, and of course, not least many skeins of yarn to crochet. A big hug to everyone, that’s what we want. We Love Crochet.

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