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Old 05-18-2007, 04:31 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Are there any crochet patterns for diaper covers? Im looking but can not find any.

Would something besides wool work?
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www.ladybugz.ca and www.dandeliondreamers.com both have crochet patterns.

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There's a free one...let me see if I can find it. Acrylic will work, but differently than wool. You'd treat if like you treat fleece covers. Wash every change, and no need to lanolize. HTH
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Thank you both. Im looking at that second link now and love some of those patterns.. I could probably do something myself but just wanted to get a general idea.. I see more knitting things than crochet.. but I only crochet

I guess Ill have to experiment
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Oh wow! Thanks
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if you scroll about halfway down this page http://www.fullvid.com/wool/WSLinks.html there are about ten links to other crochet patterns. I saw one last night that I really liked, but I don't remember where it was. Oh well, these look good.

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bunches and bunchs of them at http://hyenacart.com/newlifewoolens

I have one made from Sarah's pattern, and it's one of our favorite soakers!
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any one of these "easy" for beginners? Every one I have seen I go cross eyed at the patterns
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I just bought the ladybugz.ca Morning Glory pattern and it's pretty easy. I've never really followed patterns before, but I can totally understand this one!!
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any one of these "easy" for beginners? Every one I have seen I go cross eyed at the patterns
This is the very first one I ever crocheted- http://hyenacart.com/prod_details.php?id=85347&vid=50, and I had only started crocheting the week before, so I'd say it was pretty easy!!! I also have crocheted the one mentioned above by the same company ("Sarah's Soaker"), and it was easy for me too.
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