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Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern

    Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern
    Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern
    Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern
    Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern
    Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern
    Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern
    Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern
    Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern
    Black Cat Kids Onesie Crochet Pattern

    A crochet pattern for cat onesie designed to fit children aged 2 – 9 years old. 

    • 8 sizes (2-9 years)
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    Cat Kids Onesie

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    Black cat kids onesie description

    Thanks for checking out my black cat kids’ onesie crochet pattern. I wanted to make my daughter a nice warm Halloween costume this year and came up with the black cat onesie. The best part is that it can also be worn as pyjamas all year round too! Unlike a costume she would wear once then outgrow by next Halloween, she can really get some use out of this one and wear it again and again.

    The black cat kids’ onesie is suitable for children aged 2 to 10 years. The crochet pattern includes 8 different sizes and has handy tips on how to alter the length of the torso, legs and sleeves so you can easily adjust for the perfect fit. The all-in-one pyjamas is designed to be loose fitting for comfort. It can also be worn as a Halloween costume. The hooded onesie is warm and cosy and features fun cat’s ears, tail and whiskers.

    How to crochet a kids cat costume

    The black cat kids’ onesie crochet pattern is easy skill level. You will need to know all your basic crochet stiches as well as having good sewing skills. The onesie itself is made in one-piece. The cat tail and ears are then sewn on at the end. You’ll also need some basic tapestry skills for the cat’s whiskers. To make the crochet jumpsuit I used aran (weight 4) yarn in 2 colours, 5 buttons and a small amount of toy stuffing for the tail. I also used a 5mm crochet hook and tapestry needle. Gauge is very important for this crochet pattern. It is essential you make a swatch before you start and check your gauge on the garment after each section. Skipping this step could result in your onesie not fitting your child.


    Supplies

    • 5mm crochet hook
    • Worsted yarn
    • 15mm buttons x 5
    • Toy stuffing
    • Sewing needle
    • Stitch markers
    • Scissors
    • Tape measure

    Yarn

    • Weight – Aran / Worsted / #4
    • Brand – Paintbox Simply Aran
    • A – Black 851,927,1013,1095,1186,1281,1374,1477 yards
    • B – White 36,37,40,41,43,45,46,48 yards
    • Total – 989,1066,1155,1238,1331,1428,1522,1627 yards

    Sizes & Gauge

    • 2” x 2” gauge swatch= 6 rows of 7 hdc
    • Measurements are of completed onesies, not the child. The onesies are loose fitting for comfort. Please read in the format – age (2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)
    • Hip circumference – 24”, 25”, 26”, 27”, 28”, 29”, 30”, 31”
    • Underarm to wrist – 8.5”, 9.5”, 10.5”, 11”, 11.5”, 12”, 12.5”, 13”
    • Groin to ankle – 10”, 11.25”, 13”, 14.75”, 16.5”, 18”, 19.75”, 21.25”
    • All cuffs – 1”

    Abbreviations

    USA Terminology

    • ch – chain
    • dc – Double crochet
    • 2dc – 2 dc in 1 space (increase)
    • hdc – Half double crochet
    • 2hdc – 2 hdc in 1 space (increase)
    • hdc2tog – hdc 2 together (decrease)
    • RS – right side (outside garment)
    • sc – Single crochet
    • 2sc – 2 sc in 1 space (increase)
    • sc2tog- sc 2 together (decrease)
    • sl st – slip stitch
    • sp – space
    • st/sts – Stitch/Stitches
    • WS – Wrong side (inside garment)

    Pattern notes

    • Finishing slip stitches and chains are not included in the stitch count.
    • Stitches separated with a comma are to be made in separate spaces. eg. (sc, dc) would mean sc in first stitch then dc in the next stitch. eg. (2hdc, hdc x 2) would mean 2hdc in first stitch, 1hdc in second stitch, then 1hdc in next stitch.olours while completing the last stitch on the previous row. You can use this method or your preferred colour changing method.
    • This crochet pattern is written in age 2-3 and other sizes are written in brackets in the following format: Age 2-3 (3-4,4-5,5-6,6-7,7-8,8-9,9-10) Example: hdc x 20 (21,22,23,24,25,26,27) will mean hdc x 20 for age 2-3, hdc x 21 for age 3-4, hdc x 22 for age 4-5 and so on.
    • If there is only one number it applies to all sizes.

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