Crochet Lace for Baby: 10 Gorgeous Free Patterns

There are many crochet lace patterns for adults, but what about the babies? With open stitches and small sizes, these projects work up super fast! Crochet lace is perfect for warm climates, or as a layering piece in cooler locales. Here are 10 free patterns that will have you stitching some crochet lace for babies in no time!

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  1. Aunt Jen’s Sweater by Sandi’s Angels – This little sweater is a classic! Changing the colors, adding appliques, the personalization is endless. crochet lace free lace crochet patterns for babies baby lace crochet pattterns
  2. Striped Lace Crochet Baby Blanket by Amy Solovay – Cool stripes and an easy repeating pattern make a pretty blanket for a boy or girl! crochet lace free lace crochet patterns for babies baby lace crochet pattterns
  3. Crochet Baby Dress – Solomon’s Knot by Teresa Richardson – Solomon’s Knot is a great stitch to learn, though it can take some practice. This dress makes it worth it! crochet lace free lace crochet patterns for babies baby lace crochet pattterns
  4. Baby Booties by princesse X – Super sweet and delicate looking! A great thread project. crochet lace free lace crochet patterns for babies baby lace crochet pattterns
  5. Crochet Hat Jana by Petra Kotrysova – A written pattern plus step by step photos make this a great first lace project. crochet lace free lace crochet patterns for babies baby lace crochet pattterns
  6. Baby Bottom Bloomers by Anna Ness – Aw, I miss the days when my girlie was in bloomers! These are so cute. And a great layering piece over tights! Lots of sizes offered too. crochet lace free lace crochet patterns for babies baby lace crochet pattterns
  7. Angel Wings Pinafore by Maxine Gonser – This pattern is ultra popular for very good reason! So lovely, and easy to adapt to a range of sizes by changing hook size and yarn weight. crochet lace for babies free lace crochet patterns crochet lace patterns crochet lace baby patterns
  8. Diamond Flower Baby Blanket by Lucy Lyons – I love the look of this blanket – bold and graphic yet somehow quite delicate. Great for both boys and girls, I think. crochet lace free lace crochet patterns for babies baby lace crochet pattterns
  9. Pan by Kristín Hrund Whitehead – This gorgeous crochet lace collar pattern includes instructions for babies all the way up to adults! A great way to dress up a plain top for a special occasion, and a lovely keepsake gift. crochet lace free lace crochet patterns for babies baby lace crochet pattterns
  10. Round Baby Bib by Sonea Delvon – Drool bibs are so often an unappealing necessity; these are so pretty you’ll want to use them even after all the teeth are in! Gorgeous! And a great fast gift, less than 100 yards each. crochet lace free lace crochet patterns for babies baby lace crochet pattternsAnd I didn’t include them on the list, but the Baby in Bloom Sweater and matching Bonnet are also great lacy baby patterns! So get inspired and get crocheting! What are your favorite crochet lace for babies projects? Share the links in the comments!

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    • 5

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Sandi! I’m not sure which pattern you’re referring to, but if you click the name of the pattern (in blue) you’ll be taken to the pattern page! :)

    • 7

      Tamara Kelly says

      Thank you, but these aren’t my designs. They’re all free though – just click the name of the pattern (in blue text) and you’ll go to the pattern page. :)

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    Martha says

    These are some pretty patterns. I added a couple to my Ravelry queue. I just wish I had or knew a baby girl to make some of these for. ;-)

    Tamara, I’ve been wanting to tell you that I really like how you do your posts. Not only do you have the great photo collage at the beginning, but when you list the links to the individual patterns you include a photo of that pattern there also. That’s so helpful for identifying which link goes with which pattern!

    Thanks for all the great patterns you provide and the ones you link up to. I love your blog!

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