Dress your little firefighter this fall in his or her very own firefighter's jacket! Adorable lightweight sweater designed to look like a fireman's jacket along with an axe-shaped rattle. Both patterns included. Pattern includes newborn to 3 month, 6-9 month and 12-18 month sizes. Crocheted in sport yarn for a lightweight sweater, perfect for cool summer/fall evenings.
Download includes free axe rattle pattern.
Skill level: Intermediate.
Finished chest measurement will be approximately 19” [21”, 22”].
Red Heart Anne Geddes baby yarn - 1 1/2 skeins Teddy I Love This Yarn Sport Weight: 1/4 skein yellow neon 1/4 skein gray Small amount of gray, red, and tan for axe rattle Size F & G crochet hooks (or size needed to obtain gauge) Fiberfil Yarn needle 9” [10", 10"] tan sweater zipper (open bottom) Approximately 10" Velcro tape - white (or tan) Rattle insert
- Baby firefighter jacket pattern
- Firefighter axe rattle pattern
- Sizes newborn to 3 month, 6-9 month and 12-18 month
Materials you need at home:
- Sport or baby weight yarn
- Size F & G crochet hooks
- Yarn needle
- Sweater zipper
- Hook & Loop tape
- Rattle insert
My Fingers Fly COM
Lisa has been a crafter most of her life, beginning with her mother teaching her to sew her own clothes. She continued the tradition and made most of her children's clothing. Her daughters used to tell their friends they had their own personal designer. She still sews, quilts, knits and needlepoints, but her true passion is crochet. Her children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews have provided constant inspiration for her designs.
Her favorite designs are children and baby clothing. She loves working in polyester yarns (worsted and baby) because they wash so easily.