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Baby Pink Stripe Cardigan

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Baby Pink Stripe Cardigan
Baby Pink Stripe Cardigan Baby Pink Strip Cardigan
Baby Pink Stripe Cardigan Baby Pink Stripe Cardigan FC

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cast on, Knit, Purl, Yarn over, Increase, Decrease, Stranded Knitting, Cast off

Pattern Description:

A perfect first fair isle pattern for those who would like to try stranded knitting. Knit in Baby soft D.K. yarn on 4mm (UK8-USA6) knitting needles.
Pink stripes using: K1, (Yarn A,) K1, (Yarn B,) to create a birds-eye stripe with no strands to get babies fingers caught in! With a pretty picot edge.
The pattern includes a chart and written instructions for 7 sizes to fit chest sizes:
Prem 1: 35.5cm/12in: Prem 2: 40.5cm/16in: 0-3m:45.5cm/18in:
3-6m: 50.5cm/20in: 6-12m:56cm/22in: 1-2yrs:61cm/24in:
3-4yrs 61cm/24in.
To fit Ages: Prem1:Prem2:0-3m:3-6m:6-12m:1-2yr:3-4yr.
Knit from the bottom up using a small quantity of yarn.
You will need 1 x 100gram ball of each colour for the sizes Prem to 6 months and 2 x 100 gram balls of each colour for sizes 6 months to 4 years.
Alternatively the cardigan can be knit in multi colours of choice to use up some of the stash!
? Originally designed and knit or a very special New Baby ?


22sts and 30 rows to 10cm. 4in square on 4mm (UK8-US6) Knitting Needles

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • To fit Ages: Prem1:Prem2:0-3m:3-6m:6-12m:1-2yr:3-4yr


  • Baby Soft D.K. Yarn
  • 2 x 100 Grams each colour. 6 months to 4 years
  • 1 x 100 Grams each colour. Prem to 6 months


Deep Pink and Light Pink

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