Learn how to do Scale Stitch and make this crochet Dragon Baby Sack using Katia Azteca

Dragon Baby Sack

Mermaids, unicorns, elves… dragons! If magical beasts fascinate you, then you’re going to get really excited about this new crochet project: Dragon Baby Sack. Furthermore, you only need a few balls of Katia Azteca and to learn how to make Scale Stitch (also known as Crocodile Stitch). You’ll soon see that this is an easy, fun and enjoyable crochet stitch to do. There’s no doubt that this stitch is a delight, and attractive results are quickly obtained after only working a few rows. Plus, it’s so easy! Graphs are included in the crochet pattern, which help to explain how to do the Scale Stitch. So, grab your crochet hook and turn 6 balls of Katia Azteca (col. 7840) into an adorable baby sack to wrap your “little dragon” up in.

Dragon Baby Sack Dragon Baby Sack Sizing

The Dragon Baby Sack instructions are for sizes 6 to 18 months. However, it’s an easy pattern to adapt for other sizes. On the graphs you can see the following progressive sequences which show the number of scales on the odd rows: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24. Therefore, if you want a larger size you must increase 3 scales on the following rows. Once you’ve reached the desired width of your baby sack, work each row without increasing until you reach the required length. Thus, in this way, each member of the whole family can enjoy a cosy, warm Dragon Baby Sack. Of course, each dragon also has his or her own personality, so this can be transmitted through the choice of colour. Discover the 34 colours available in Katia Azteca and create surprising multicolour effects with the soft overlapping scales.

Dragon Baby Sack Are you crocheting this model?

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