Category Patterns YARN/AP, Baby, Children, Jane Burns
Suggested yarn Merino Soft Brush, Merino Soft
Type Dress
Technique knit
Sizes 0 - 24 months
Languages dutch english-uk english-us french german spain swedish
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YARN The After Party 113 - Cute As A Button Pinafore

By Jane Burns

Introducing the soft and warm Cute as a Button Pinafore, the adorable centrepiece of YARN The After Party 113! Cast on this wonderful knitted design by Jane Burns, which coordinates beautifully with her series of baby and children's items featured in our YARN The After Party collection. Completed with a fun pocket on the front and brightly-coloured buttons, this striking design will make that special little someone look as cute as a button.

The Cute as a Button Pinafore is knitted in garter stitch using one of our seven shades of Scheepjes Merino Soft Brush. For crafty hands looking to create their own unique make, this garment would look just as adorable in one of our 56 colours of Scheepjes Merino Soft! Merino Soft and Merino Soft Brush are interchangeable yarns, made from a silky soft Merino Wool blend with a luxurious look and feel, perfect for creating this comfortable and soft pinafore. If desired, crafters can add clear snap fasteners to top neck to ensure a neat and snug fit. The pattern includes 5 sizes for babies and toddlers from 0-24 months old.

List of Materials

  • Scheepjes Merino Soft Brush(50% Superwash Merino Wool, 25% Microfibre, 25% Acrylic; 50g/105m)
    3 (4: 5: 5: 6) balls (depending on size), e.g. in colour 252 Toorop
  • 4.00mm knitting needles
  • 2 small clear snap fasteners
  • Lockable stitch markers
  • 6 (7: 7: 8: 8) x 17.5mm Bottoni Italiani buttons (depending on size)


Cute As A Button Pinafore is featured in YARN The After Party 113.

The YARN The After Party booklets are available in English UK crochet terms, German, Swedish and Dutch crochet terms via our Scheepjes dealers. This pattern is also available as a digital download via Ravelry in English US crochet terms, French and Spanish.‚Äč

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