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I've been searching for onesie pattern for a baby to knit and having no luck. Anyone know of one? I'm talking about the type that snaps under a diaper, not the one that covers all of the wee one down to the ankles!
 

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Baby ONESIE

Materials:
J hook Newborn-3MO size
3 oz worsted or sport weight yarn
5 small buttons
Shell: (dc, ch1, dc) in indicated stitch
(Row numbers are listed in detail at the end of each row)

Ch 41
Row 1: DC in 3rd ch from hook (counts as first dc now and throughout) and in the next 4 st. Shell in next st, dc in next 7 st, shell in next st, dc in next 11 st, shell in next st, dc in next 7 st, shell in next st, dc in last 5 st.
Rows 2-5: Ch 2, turn. Dc to ch-1 sp, shell in ch-1 sp, Dc across to next ch-1 sp, shell in ch-1 sp, dc across to next ch-1 sp, shell in ch-1 sp, dc across to next ch-1 sp shell
in ch-1 sp, dc in remaining sp. 2 3 4 5
Row 6: Ch 2, turn. Dc to first ch-1 sp, fold garment in thirds and connect first and second ch-1 spaces with a dc. Dc across to next ch-1 sp, fold Garment in thirds again,
connect 3rd and 4th ch-1 spaces with a dc. Dc across to end.
Rows 7-10: Ch 2, turn. DC in each DC across. Turn at the end of Row 10 but DO NOT CH 2. 7 8 9 10
Row 11: Sl st in first 11 st, ch 2 DO NOT TURN. Dc in next 20 st leaving last 11 st unworked. (Correction sent by reader Dana Jan 3, 2007) Row 11 should read : sl st in first 14 st, ch2 do not turn crochet in next 20 st leaving last 14 st unworked)
Rows 12-13: Ch 2, turn. Dc in next 20 St. Turn. DO NOT CH 2 after Row 13. 12 13
Rows 14-19: Slip St in first st, dc in each dc across to last dc. Leave last Dc unworked. 14 15 16 17 18 19
Rows 20-25: Ch 2, turn, 2 Dc in first dc, Dc in each dc across to last dc, 2 dc in last st. 20 21 22 23 24 25
Rows 26-28: Ch 2, turn. Dc in each Dc across. 26 27 28
Row 29: Ch 1, turn, Sc in corner and in ea end row around whole garment, 2 Sc in ea corner, continue around to beginning point, fasten off.


Button Band:
With right side facing, attach yarn at right front neck and work 2 rows Sc across right front edge, fasten off.

Buttonhole Band:
With right side facing, attach yarn at left front bottom corner and work 1 row Sc across lefy front edge to neck; turn

Buttonhole Row:
Ch 1, Sc in first Sc (Ch 2, skip 1 Sc, Sc in next Sc), repeat to end, Sc in remaing Sc to end of bottom edge, turn.

Next Row:
Ch1, (Sc in ea Sc to one Sc before Ch 2 sp, skip sc before sp, 2 Sc in sp), repeat to top, 2 Sc in last Sc; now Sc in ea around neck edge, 2 Sc in corner, Sc across Button Band to bottom edge, fasten off.

Finishing:
Sew buttons to match buttonholes, sew one button on ea side of bottom front (for front diaper flap)
 

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Awesome! Thanks for the response. I guess I should have mentioned that I need a knitting pattern, since I don't know how to crochet....... But thanks so much!!!! (Duh.....)
 

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ernai said:
Baby ONESIE

Materials:
J hook Newborn-3MO size
3 oz worsted or sport weight yarn
5 small buttons
Shell: (dc, ch1, dc) in indicated stitch
(Row numbers are listed in detail at the end of each row)

Ch 41
Row 1: DC in 3rd ch from hook (counts as first dc now and throughout) and in the next 4 st. Shell in next st, dc in next 7 st, shell in next st, dc in next 11 st, shell in next st, dc in next 7 st, shell in next st, dc in last 5 st.
Rows 2-5: Ch 2, turn. Dc to ch-1 sp, shell in ch-1 sp, Dc across to next ch-1 sp, shell in ch-1 sp, dc across to next ch-1 sp, shell in ch-1 sp, dc across to next ch-1 sp shell
in ch-1 sp, dc in remaining sp. 2 3 4 5
Row 6: Ch 2, turn. Dc to first ch-1 sp, fold garment in thirds and connect first and second ch-1 spaces with a dc. Dc across to next ch-1 sp, fold Garment in thirds again,
connect 3rd and 4th ch-1 spaces with a dc. Dc across to end.
Rows 7-10: Ch 2, turn. DC in each DC across. Turn at the end of Row 10 but DO NOT CH 2. 7 8 9 10
Row 11: Sl st in first 11 st, ch 2 DO NOT TURN. Dc in next 20 st leaving last 11 st unworked. (Correction sent by reader Dana Jan 3, 2007) Row 11 should read : sl st in first 14 st, ch2 do not turn crochet in next 20 st leaving last 14 st unworked)
Rows 12-13: Ch 2, turn. Dc in next 20 St. Turn. DO NOT CH 2 after Row 13. 12 13
Rows 14-19: Slip St in first st, dc in each dc across to last dc. Leave last Dc unworked. 14 15 16 17 18 19
Rows 20-25: Ch 2, turn, 2 Dc in first dc, Dc in each dc across to last dc, 2 dc in last st. 20 21 22 23 24 25
Rows 26-28: Ch 2, turn. Dc in each Dc across. 26 27 28
Row 29: Ch 1, turn, Sc in corner and in ea end row around whole garment, 2 Sc in ea corner, continue around to beginning point, fasten off.

Button Band:
With right side facing, attach yarn at right front neck and work 2 rows Sc across right front edge, fasten off.

Buttonhole Band:
With right side facing, attach yarn at left front bottom corner and work 1 row Sc across lefy front edge to neck; turn

Buttonhole Row:
Ch 1, Sc in first Sc (Ch 2, skip 1 Sc, Sc in next Sc), repeat to end, Sc in remaing Sc to end of bottom edge, turn.

Next Row:
Ch1, (Sc in ea Sc to one Sc before Ch 2 sp, skip sc before sp, 2 Sc in sp), repeat to top, 2 Sc in last Sc; now Sc in ea around neck edge, 2 Sc in corner, Sc across Button Band to bottom edge, fasten off.

Finishing:
Sew buttons to match buttonholes, sew one button on ea side of bottom front (for front diaper flap)
:thumbup: Thank you ! those are sooo cute !!! Chris
 

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http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/magnolia-onesie

this is the correct url for the onsie pattern listed above. there are a few versions pictured there as done by different people. good, bold ideas.

PlanetPurl is also a great little site for patterns and ideas.

ideas for all us grandmas here!
 

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Not so fast this crochet pattern is confusing
read through it row 6 where are you working the sleeves or legs I can't seem to understand what it's telling me to do.
I held my piece up several times trying to see what to do next
I'm at a loss.
Row 11 has a corrected stitch count no where in the pattern does it say to increase from starting chain 41 how did it get to 48? Is it me or does this pattern have errors?
I have ripped it out twice can't seem to make sense of it.
Hope someone can help with it.
Thanks
KatM
 
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