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Crochet basics and more advanced stitches and techniques can be found in the Appendix. Choosing a Size: Making Garments That Fit Your Baby Each of the garments in this book is sized to fit a range of ages, but realistically, there is no such thing as a standard size for babies and toddlers. Finished measurements for each garment are listed in the pattern instructions along with a suggested age range, but you should choose which “age” size to make based on the actual measurements of the intended recipient.
Rows 2–9 (11, 15, 17) Work Row 1 of pattern st 8 (10, 14, 16) times. BEGIN SIDE SHAPING Row 1 (RS) Ch 1, turn, sc2tog in back loop only over first 2 sts, *sc in front loop of next st, sc in back loop of next st; repeat from * across to last 2 sts, sc2tog in front loop only over last 2 sts—54 (58, 62, 66) sc. Rows 2–10 Work Row 1 of reverse pattern st 9 times. Row 11 (WS) Ch 1, turn, sc2tog in front loop only over first 2 sts, *sc in back loop of next st, sc in front loop of next st; repeat from * across to last 2 sts, sc2tog in back loop only over last 2 sts—52 (56, 60, 64) sc.
Working from the right sides of the pieces, slip stitch the sleeves to the back and fronts along the raglan sleeve edges, as follows: With the wrong sides together, and the sleeve on the bottom, align the armhole edge of the sleeve with the armhole edge of the back piece. Working through both thicknesses, join A with a slip stitch at the beginning of the armhole edge, slip stitch evenly across the edge to attach the sleeve to back. Fasten off. Repeat to attach the sleeve to the front. Then repeat to attach the other sleeve to the opposite armhole.