Crochet baby vests are here! Clothes for babies should be safe, obviously, but also cute and solid. So, if you can, why not make them yourself? Gather all leftover yarn and get inspired by the rainbow. Today’s collection of Colorful Baby Vests celebrates bold, vibrant colors. These lovely designs are available in multiple sizes and so easy to alter. Your little one will look amazing, and you will be sure that the yarn you used is suitable for baby skin. Add little details like buttons, appliques or embroidery to make it even more unique! A crochet vest can also be a beautiful baby shower gift. If you are a beginner, don’t worry! These patterns are easy to follow and use basic techniques. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Baby Girl Meadow Cardigan Dress Free Crochet Pattern
This is a really special two in one. A lovely little cardigan mixed with a beautiful baby dress! Sounds like a dream come true, doesn’t it? Just imagine all the adorable outfits you can plan for your girl with this crochet gem in her wardrobe.
Level: beginner Author: Sweet Softies
Colorful Baby Vest Free Crochet Pattern
This vest is a showstopper, without a doubt! Colorful stripes make it so eye-catching and fun. If you use a bold combination of colors, it will turn even more heads. The simple cut will make your baby feel super comfy. Crochet baby vests rock!
Level: beginner Author: Annelies Baes (Vicarno)
Emmy’s Baby Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern
This is another lovely ripple design for babies, this time in grey and pink. Adding little details like shiny buttons or flower appliques will only give it more charm. Use multiple colors or stick with your two favorites.
Level: beginner Author: Agnes Chow
Inger Lise Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Are there any crochet-loving parents of little girls here? We have come upon something you will certainly love! Your baby fashion queens are going to fall head over heels in love with these elegant vests in girly colors. Jeanette Haugland took care of that!
Level: intermediate Author: Jeanette Haugland
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.