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Flower Power. Crochet Bolero Pattern for Kids

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Charming flower bolero worthy a little Princess… Let Her choose her
favorite color.  So Girly and Sweet!! Can be  made from any medium
worsted yarn in her favorite color and just Perfect for any seasons
and occasion: B-day, pictures, family gathering, holidays, Easter…
either practical enough to be worn every day!

The pattern is available for sizes 2/3, 4/5 and 6/7.

Yarn : Schachenmayr Nomotta Catania (1.75 oz/135 yd/50 g) or
Patons Grace 100% cotton (1.75 oz/136 yd/50 g)
or any medium
worsted yarn about the same gauge: 5-7 balls.

 

 

Level: intermediate

 

* This pattern involves Crochet skills ONLY.

 

9 pages; 3 pics; 4 diagrams; 2 schematics.

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This pattern is available in my Shop and these stores (click on logo):

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5 Responses to Flower Power. Crochet Bolero Pattern for Kids

  1. 1

    Nice site, very clean, lots of content and loved having a look.

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    Sarah says:

    I just seen the listing on YCMT. The tester bolero is awesome!! I wish I would’ve made mine pink and black. Ha Ha! And she even made a matching hairclip… AWESOME!! I love that idea.

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    Alla says:

    Thank you Hillary and oh YES, Sarah!!! I COMPLETELY agree with you!! Jenifer’s bolero is AMAZING and I just LOVE how it turned out!!!! I do remember, I did a custom flower hooded long jacket in candy pink with turquoise flowers inserts and front band and we loved how it turned out. BTW, if you are making a bolero in pink, you can add black finishing trims and ribbons… but in all cases, I think you should definitely try a version in black/pink colors!!

    P.S.: Sorry I was MIA last couple days… I still hope to release my new pattern tomorrow… How exciting! Stay tuned!! ;)

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    Sarah says:

    new pattern? Hmm… I am intrigued! Can’t wait to see what you have up your sleeves :D

    I thought of an idea to add color to the bolero. I may or may not use it. It all depends on how it looks when I test it out.

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