Moses Basket Baby Sailors Crochet Pattern PDF

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PB177 Moses Basket Baby Sailors Crochet Pattern
Original Design By: Maggie Weldon
Skill Level: Intermediate

Sizes: Outfits to fit 5" Baby Dolls.
Basket – About 4¼" wide, 6" long and 2" high.

Materials: Size 3 Crochet Thread:
For Basket, Mattress, Bumper, Afghan & Pillow:
Blue - 120yd (50g)
White - 120yd (50g)
Beige - 120yd (50g)
Red – 10yd
For Outfits:
Blue - 120yd (50g)
White - 120yd (50g)
Red – 10yd
(Lizbeth Size 3 Cotton used for model.)

Additional Materials:
Thread Needle;
Small amount Fiberfill;
7 mesh Plastic Canvas Sheet - 10½” by 13½”
¼" Buttons - 4
Needle and cotton (for buttons)

Crochet Hook: Size D-3 (3.25 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge: 11 dc = 2"; 3 dc rows = 1”.

You'll be ready to set sail or a nautical party with this adorable set. These intermediate crochet projects will have you sailing the seven seas in no time. The blue and white nautical design with red accents is perfect for the 4th of July or any sea-faring event.

This design, the written work and images, are a copyright of © Maggie's Crochet and may not be copied or reproduced in any way.

This pattern is intended for the use of ONE user only and should not be shared.

You are welcome to sell finished products using this pattern as long as you credit my site ( in the product listing.
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