Crochet Bolero Jacket for Baby Girl | क्रोशै बोलेरो जैकेट – Circular crochet shrug/vest


Hello friends, welcome to crochet craft ki duniya In this video, I am going to show how to make this bolero jacket In this video, I am going to show how to make this bolero jacket I have made this for a 2 to 3 year old girl This whole jacket is made up of a circular pattern you can make this jacket with a solid flat circle pattern also I am yet to decide how to close this I have just put a flower for the time being you can close this jacket with a button or you can use a string to close this I am still deciding on how to close this you use this as an open jacket also this jacket is made of a circle you can make this circle with any pattern you can use any doily design also to make this circle I have made this with a normal dc row and a gap row you will require a shoulder to shoulder measure to make this jacket first we will make a circle till we reach the shoulder length after that we will make arm holes and then we will continue with the circle pattern and this is how we will fold the jacket this is how it will look once folded this is a very simple pattern we will just be repeating round 4 and 5 to make this, first take the shoulder to shoulder measurement for me its coming to 26cm we will make the arm holes, once the shoulder measurement is reached you can give 1 to 2cm allowance for the length, as the yarn will stretch I have used two different hooks to make this – 3.5mm and 4mm hook the base circle I made with 4mm hook but after the arm hole, when I continued with 4mm hook, the stitches were packed and instead of laying flat, stitches started overlapping and frills appeared so I dropped the hook size to 3.5 mm when doing this, if your circle is laying flat then you can make this with 4mm hook itself I have made this with 4 ply acrylic yarn if you are interested to watch any other crochet items for babies/ kids, then please check the description box Links will be given in the description box we will start with a slip knot chain 5 chain 5 slip stitch into the first stitch slip stitch into the first stitch chain 3 we will count ch3 as a dc next in the circle make 11 dc make 11 dc make 11 dc make 11 dc make 11 dc and counting ch3 as dc, we have total of 12 dc in the circle to finish this round slip stitch into the 3rd chain of ch 3 slip stitch into the 3rd chain of ch 3 to start Round 2 , make 4 chain stitches so 3 chain stitches will act as 1 dc plus an extra chain put 1 dc in the next stitch put 1 dc in the next stitch chain 1 put 1 dc in the next stitch chain 1 dc in the next stitch *ch1, 1dc* Repeat slip stitch into the 3rd chain of ch 3 Round 3 : start with ch 3 put 2 dc in the gap put 2 dc in the gap dc on top the dc of the previous row put 2 dc in the gap put 2 dc in the gap dc on top of the dc *2dc in the gap and dc on top of dc* Repeat *2dc in the gap and dc on top of dc* Repeat *2dc in the gap and dc on top of dc* Repeat slip stitch into the 3rd chain of ch 3 Round 4 will be a gap round Round 4 : Start with chain 5 ch 5 skip the next stitch, and make a dc in the stitch after that skip one stitch and make a dc in the next stitch chain 2 skip one stitch and make a dc in the next stitch skip one stitch and make a dc in the next stitch chain 2 skip one stitch and make a dc in the next stitch Repeat we will have 18 dc in this round slipstitch into the 3rd stitch of ch3 Round 5 will be a dc round Repeat Round 3 to make Round 5 chain 3 2dc in the gap dc on top of dc Repeat Round 3 *2dc in the gap, dc on top of dc* Repeat Now keep repeating Round 4 and 5 I have repeated Round 4 and Round 5 I have reached Round 14 In Round 10 , when I did 2dc in the gaps,the stitches were more and the it started folding so in order to keep the circle flat, I made to small change in the pattern Instead of putting 2 dc in the gap, I made only 1 dc this reduced this extra stitches and the circle laid flat only in Round 10, I made the small change

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