Blessed Christening Set Crochet Pattern

SKU: PA367 - 01


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  • Blessed Christening Set Crochet Pattern
  • Blessed Christening Set Crochet Pattern
  • Blessed Christening Set Crochet Pattern
  • Blessed Christening Set Crochet Pattern
  • Blessed Christening Set
  • Simple white cap with white lace bow
  • simple white dress
  • simple white afghan
  • simple white booties
  • simple white dress upclose
  • white afghan close up

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Designed by: Maggie Weldon

Skill Level: Intermediate

Size: Afghan: 31" square; Gown, Booties & Bonnet: Newborn

Materials: Crochet Cotton Thread, size 3

     White – 980 yds (882 meters)

¼" Satin Ribbon – 4 yds, Ribbon Roses – 12,

Sewing Needle, Sewing Thread, Yarn Needle.

Crochet Hooks: Aluminum size C (for smaller Size and E-4 (for larger size) or steel #00 (3.5 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge: 18 dc = 4"

Blessed Christening Set Crochet Pattern

A baby's christening is a special time for both the immediate and extended family. The Blessed Christening Set Crochet Pattern, created by Maggie Weldon, lets you dress your new baby like an angel in a delicate gown, bonnet and booties. A coordinating afghan completes the set for a precious ensemble that will bring tears to your eyes. Maggie takes antique stitch patterns and adapts them for today's best crochet thread to create the detailed patterns in this set. Crocheting a christening set makes heirloom pieces that you can pass on for many generations. You won't regret making this sweet gown and accompaniments, and start the tradition of having a special gown for all the newborns in your family. Each piece in the set has matching lace features and delicate stitches for an overall complete, angelic appearance. This lacy gown pattern also makes an excellent gift for the special mom-to-be in your life.

The antique crochet stitches and delicate features in the Blessed Christening Set Crochet Pattern make this pattern set an intermediate crochet level rating. Tackle this precious set with gusto and get it done before the baby arrives so you don't have to worry about having it completed on time. All pieces fit a newborn size, with plenty of length to give a flowing appearance. The coordinating afghan is approximately 31 inches square with matching lace edging. All eyes will be on the precious bundle in the crochet baby christening gown and delicate crochet afghan that you put your heart into to make their day special.

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Reviews for Blessed Christening Set Crochet Pattern
5 out of 5, based on 3 reviews
Natalie Blanchette from N/A on Mar 17, 2013
I love this item ... I've got 5 new babies being born this year... daughter , 3 nieces and a nephew who will all need Christening outfits... I made one years ago for my sister and her youngest son she still has it ... This is something that can be saved for many years... !!! Just beautiful Excited about this Christening outfit.
Marie Bermudez from N/A on Feb 15, 2013
I just finish this beautiful Christening set from Maggie Meldon and give it to my daugther -in-law for her baby girl shower it was the most popular thing and unique present all the people love it one mother to be wants me to make one for her new born baby girl. Thank-You Maggie I just love you pattern and they are so simple to read too.
Sharon Adams from N/A on Jul 13, 2011
I bought this pattern from Anne's Attic about 4 or 5 years ago. My sister's daughter was having her 1st child and it was a girl so I made it for her. It was absolutely beautiful and they loved it. the only thing wromg was the hat was too small but not by much. It was crochet to tight my fault. I was going to buy another kit like it but couldn't fine it than so I made a different one for my 1st great-grand-daughter.