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#1 of 12 Old 11-04-2008, 01:11 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Is there such a thing? Are there any patterns?

I love the idea of making some!!

Also, does anyone know of a good baby sock pattern? I've been having trouble finding any for the 0-3 mos 3-6 month range.

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Just getting back into crocheting. I would love to make the baby some baby legs

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add me to the list-hopefully someone has a pattern that doesnt involve sewing.

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I found this: http://hooked-on-crochet.blogspot.co...l-pattern.html

I'm not too crazy on the look of them, but maybe if I changed the colors and and didn't make ruffles at the bottom...

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I also found these for socks...I like them and will give them a try. http://www.crochetandknitting.com/babysock.htm

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Livie Legs were actually what I was going to suggest. But there is also Lion Brand's version if you think you can size them down.

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Oh I love the Loins brand version. Looks pretty simple. Thanks!!

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Oh thanks!

Now how would you adjust it to a smaller size? Say 3-6 months?

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My dd is 8 months. I'm going to try it with the instructions for size 3-6 years, only with hook sizes G and H. I'll let you know how it goes.

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Do any of you own Baby Legs? I've been wanting to come up with a pattern for them, or at least for legwarmers, but I need info & I can't really afford to buy some just to make a crochet pattern. Can someone give me measurements and describe them to me? I've seen them in Target, but only in the package so I'm not sure what they look like once they're out.

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I have a pair that I can measure for you after dinner.

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Okay the ones I measured are as follows:

UNstretched:

length: About 11.3 inches
width of leg: 3.3 inches (not measured all the way around, just one side)
cuffs: little less than 3 inches (" ")


These are just the standard sized baby legs.

I hope that helps.

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