SWEET BUNTING CARDIGAN
What could be sweeter than a baby cardigan with its own colourwork bunting?
Worked seamlessly from the bottom up with a stranded colourwork yoke and fun ties that extend into the bunting string. The yarn is a super soft cotton, wool, linen and soy blend that comes in great colours, and the flags are a perfect place to use up a little bit of variegated or handspun yarn. Simple seed stitch at the edges are a classic touch.
Shown in size 20.5” / 52cm. Thanks to Jeanie for being such a cute model, Keri for letting me steal her baby, and Jasmine for her beautiful house!
Technical Editing by Jaya Purswani. http://www.windchains.com
Finished Chest: 19.5 (20.5, 21.5, 22.5, 23.5, 24.5)” / 50 (52, 55, 57, 60, 62)cm
Finished Length: 9.5 (10.25, 11, 11.75, 12.5, 13.25)” / 24 (26, 28, 30, 32, 34)cm
Approximate Age: 3-6 mo (6-9 mo, 9-12 mo, 12-18 mo, 2 yrs, 4 yrs)
Sport or light DK weight yarn.
Shown in The Fibre Company Savannah (50% wool, 20% cotton, 15% linen, 15% soy; 160 yds per 1.75 oz / 50g skein).
CC1: Huckleberry (discontinued) – 1 skein for all sizes.
CC2: Bluegrass – small amount for all sizes.
CC2 is optional – tie can be worked in CC1 if desired.
MC Yardage: 350 (400, 440, 490, 540, 600) yds
Small amounts of CC1 and CC2.
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
US 4 / 3.5mm circular needles, 24” / 61cm or longer
US 4 / 3.5mm double pointed needles or needles of choice for small circumferences in the round
smooth waste yarn
24 sts and 28 sts = 4” / 10cm square in Stockinette Stitch
5 page colour PDF pattern includes photos, chart and schematic.
This pattern is suitable for an adventurous beginner. You will need to: cast on, knit, purl, increase and decrease, knit in the round, work short rows, follow a stranded colourwork chart knit flat.
HOW TO BUY
Available through Ravelry (no account needed), payment by Paypal (bank transfer or credit card). Please note that the price of this sweater pattern is in Canadian dollars – Paypal will automatically convert the amount for you if you use another currency.
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