This blog uses affiliate ads. I only recommend online shops, products and services I myself use. Free patterns = more $$ for yarn and the best way to keep patterns free is to share links!
Crochet Baby Alive Bonnet Romper Set
Crochet Baby Alive Bonnet Romper is an adorable little doll set made to fit my daughters Baby Alive. I went to my local Walmart to get a new outfit but came home empty handed. The little outfits were $15 and they came with just one outfit. At that price I’d rather just crochet an outfit.
Baby Alive dolls come in 2 sizes. The doll that my daughter has is the larger sized doll. The romper was made to fit the large sized doll and also fit the smaller dolls. My daughters doll has a lot of hair on her head so for the bonnet I made a newborn size. The bonnet will fit the doll or a newborn baby between 0-3 months.
The pattern is very easy, great for beginners as it is worked in half double crochet. When making the bonnet I was going to add ribbon ties until I found some ribbon bows in my drawer. The bows are a much better choice for my daughters doll because she will be able to easily take the bonnet off without me having to help.
I used a needle and thread to sew on the ribbon bows so that they were securely in place.
Crochet Baby Alive Bonnet Romper Set Pattern Notes..
Click HERE for pattern difficulty ratings.
Yarn: 1/2 ball of Red Heart Kids Yarn Colour:Bikini
Hook: US J10/6.00mm
Size: Bonnet fits Baby Alive & Newborn (0 – 3 Months). Romper fits Baby Alive.
Gauge: 7 hdc x 5 rows = 2 inch square.
- Ribbon for Bonnet
- 2 buttons for Romper
Notes: I would just like to make note that babies not be left unattended with bonnets if ties are added to them. For safety reasons do NOT add ribbon ties to the bonnet if it being made as a toddlers doll outfit.
Crochet Baby Alive Bonnet Romper Set Pattern..
|Create Date||February 3, 2014|
|Last Updated||February 2, 2015|
To download Baby Alive Bonnet Romper please complete one of the following options..
Have you made your own Crochet Baby Alive Bonnet Romper Set? Please share your pictures on my Facebook WALL or hook up your project on Ravelry.