Crochet Princess Snuggle SackEasy
First let’s talk about the yarn. It’s no secret that I love Bernat Baby Blanket yarn. Back in the day, I used this yarn to crochet my first completed baby blanket. I had started many, but because it works up so quick, I was able to start and finish my first baby blanket with this fluffy goodness.
I didn’t stray too far from the colorways recommended in the pattern but I did put my own little spin on it. Since this is called the Dreamy Princess Snuggle sack, I found it fitting to recreate the dress of my favorite princess, Belle!
That’s the fun part of this pattern – all you need to do is customize the dress color to your favorite princess. Which princess is your favorite?
There are several components to the Dreamy Princess Snuggle Sack making this project perfect for advancing your skills. You will learn the fundamentals of shaping, increases and decreases, assembly and most importantly how these things come together to make an adorable and functional project.
My favorite part about the entire project was working the roses!
Now I know you’re excited about the Dreamy Princess Crochet Snuggle Sack, so let’s get to work! You can download the free pattern directly from Yarnspirations’ Lookbook Stitchflix, and when you get to the sleeves and roses, have a look at the tutorial I prepared for you to share these techniques.
Dreamy Crochet Princess Snuggle Sack Tutorial
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