Chevron Smock Top or Cardiagan

from Thomasina Cummings Designs

Chevron Smock Top or Cardiagan Pattern

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Crocheting: Chevron Smock Top or Cardiagan
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Infant/Baby

Item:

Jacket

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • UK TERMS

Pattern Description:

Perfect for boys or girls! Wear as a smock style jumper (buttoned at the back) or as a cardigan with long or short sleeves.

You will need: 300m DK yarn, a 4.00mm hook (or as appropriate for gauge) and a needle for neatening ends.

You will also need: 1-4 buttons as per the chosen style. These will need to be sized to fit through pairs of htr in the button band - approximately 13mm (1/2") diameter.

Instructions are given for two sizes (approximate ages only):
0-3 months - 40cm (16") chest
3-6 months - 45cm (18") chest.

Gauge: 14sts and 8 rows to 10cm (4") - measured over trebles.

It is also possible to work the first size in a smaller hook (3.50mm) for a small newborn - 35cm (14") chest fitting. The gauge to achieve this is 16sts and 9 rows to 10cm (4") - measured over trebles.

Gauge:

14 stitches and 8 rows = 4 inches in UK treble

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 35 (40, 45) cm - 14, 16 and 18" chest

Materials:

  • 4.00mm hook (G)

You Will Also Need:

  • 1 - 4 buttons

Suggested yarn:

350 meters of DK weight

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About Designer

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My real name is Thomasina but most people just call me Tammy.

I've loved crochet since I was a child, when someone bought me the Ladybird Learn to Crochet book for Christmas. I tried to teach myself, and failed, so many times before it clicked.TCDesignsUK/thomasina-cummings-designs/

But, when it did, my parents couldn't have been happier!

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