Baby Jacket and Romper Suit Outfit With Matching Hat and Booties




Baby Jacket and Romper Suit Outfit With Matching Hat and Booties

This smart little set consists of a cardigan/ jacket and romper with matching pull-on hat and little booties.

This is a lovely little raglan sleeved cardigan with a lacy rib on hem, cuffs and fronts fastening with one button.

Romper is knitted in stripes with a high waist and over the shoulder straps fastening with white buttons.

The little beanie is again in stripes with a knitted flower and the button trim.

To complete the set is a pair of pull on boots/socks to match.

It is knitted in soft good quality acrylic baby yarn.

This yarn is machine washable at the delicate wool cycle 30 Deg.

Main colour –  Lilac, Pink, Blue, Aqua with white stripes.  (Can be made in other colours of your choice, Please ask)

Sizes –
Newborn baby or 19/21 inch reborn
0-3 months baby or 22inch reborn

The set is modeled on my 20″ doll (who is not part of the sale) to give you an idea of the size.


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Did You Know?…. 

Knitting is a method by which thread or yarn may be turned into cloth. Knitting consists of loops called stitches pulled through each other. The active stitches are held on a needle until another loop can be passed through them. Knitting may be done by hand or by machine.

By hand, there are numerous styles and methods. Flat knitting, which can be done on two straight needles or a circular needle, produces a length of cloth, while circular knitting, which is done on circular or double-pointed needles, produces a seamless tube.

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Additional information

Outfit Colour

Aqua With White Stripes, Blue With White Stripes, Lilac With White Stripes, Pink With White Stripes, Raspberry with White Stripes

Outfit Size

0 to 3 months baby, Newborn Baby


About the author

Granny Knotts has been knitting and crocheting childrens and babies clothes since the early 1970s.
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