Y'all - I saw this post floating around the other day of a little baby dressed up in a crochet Elvis jumpsuit! I went to search high and low for a pattern and I'll be damned - I couldn't find one. I thought surely there has to be one out there!

Y’all – I saw this post floating around the other day of a little baby dressed up in a crochet Elvis jumpsuit! I went to search high and low for a pattern and I’ll be damned – I couldn’t find one. I thought surely there has to be one out there!

There wasn’t!  So I just had to whip one up!  I really hope you enjoy this cute pattern.  If you want to make the hair hat, there is a pattern out there for crochet Elvis hair!   If you love this, please share with a friend (sharing is caring) <3.

This pattern was inspired by a recent photo I saw circling the internet. I went to search for the pattern and there was none! Of course, then, I had to create one! I hope you enjoy this Aloha Hawaii big E inspired jumpsuit. I live in Memphis, and thought why not!!


One of my customers finished her pattern and sent me this picture today!  It’s so adorable, I’m dying!  <3 <3 <3

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Elvis Onsie Crochet

WHAT YOU NEED:

I used 100% Cotton in I Love This Cotton from Hobby Lobby

YARDAGE:

This took about a little over 1 skein, so about 220 yards.

SIZING:

The pattern is written for newborn to 2 months – with instructions on how to size for 3 – 6 months & 7 – 12 months!

DIFFICULTY:

EASY – BEGINNER!!

Yarn Weight:

MEASUREMENTS:

If you follow the pattern – measurements are:
Length: 15” (38cm)
Arms: L 4.5-5” (12cm-13cm)
Legs: L 5” (13cm)
Belt: L 16.5” (42cm)



There are instructions within on how to easily increase these dimensions to create a onesie that will fit your little one!

There are two files– one with photos and one with just written instructions.

I’m happy to help with any questions, please feel free to contact me.

This was super fun to make and fairly fast too!  I found some jewels my daughter had laying around and used them to embellish it a bit.  You can get creative and do what you want! <3.

Thanks for stopping by & Happy Hooking!

❤ Tasha

~Inspire, Learn, Create

Tasha Margette

Let’s Inspire, Learn & Create together. I hope you find inspiration here, and learn something new today. <3 My name is Tasha Margette, I love colorful patterns, comfy, cozy, and creative. I keep hearing this is a lost art from people who see me crocheting. I’m here to help pass on the craft. Thank you Margaret Alice Reynolds for teaching me to crochet. Love you Grammy.

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3 Comments

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    Lorraine

    March 14, 2018

    How can. Get the baby Elvis crochet pattern

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