If you’re like us, you get more satisfaction crocheting things for others than for yourself. I particularly enjoy crocheting clothing for babies and small children, which is why I found this video tutorial on how to crochet a toddler sweater so enjoyable. Mikey from The Crochet Crowd walks you step-by-step through the process of crocheting one of the most beautiful toddler sweaters I’ve ever seen. Take a look:
There are three more parts to the video tutorial, which you can find here:
Isn’t that one of the most adorable sweaters ever? It has a simple and classic style, but I think it also has a uniqueness that makes it stand out from all those other baby sweaters you see in stores and on the playground. It’s also pretty rare to find a toddler sweater that is so versatile. I think this little sweater could be worn for a play date, or it could be paired with a nice pair of pants for a fancier occasion. And because it’s made from Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn, it’s so soft that kids will actually want to wear it!
I’ve found that homemade sweaters make great gifts for toddlers. Newborn babies get so many clothes, but by the time they’re toddlers, they may need to have their wardrobe re-stocked. So after you follow this easy tutorial and make your first toddler sweater, why not try some other adorable patterns? We’ve compiled a few of our favorites for you to check out:
A cute and girly sweater coat
The casual and chic Devon Striped Baby Sweater
A super simple pullover sweater