Baby X O Sweater set

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Baby X O Sweater set Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Infant/Baby

Item:

Sweater

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, yarnover, some experience with twisted stitches is helpful

Pattern Description:

This sweater is worked top down in one piece, starting with the collar. When the increases for the top and sleeve caps are done, the sleeve stitches are knitted off onto spare needles and set aside for working later. The only seams are the small holes where the sleeves are worked in the round after the body is done. Hat is worked in the round from the bottom up.

Button bands are worked as you go, and the twisted stitches are simple yet make a striking texture.

Any yarn and appropriate needles work for this pattern. Your gauge will determine size, as the stitch count is the same for every size: for larger sizes, use thicker yarn and bigger needles; for smaller sizes, use thinner yarn and smaller needles.

Gauge:

17 sts to 4" in seed stitch for worsted (2T)
18 sts to 4" in seed stitch for worsted (18 mos)
20 sts to 4" in seed stitch for DK (12 mos)
28 sts to 4" in seed stitch for fingering (NB)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Infants sizes newborn to 2T

Materials:

  • One longer circular needle
  • 2 short circular needles for holding sleeve stitches
  • stitch markers
  • yarn needle
  • Needle should be appropriate for chosen yarn

Suggested yarn:

300 yards of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Bernat Satin Sport

Colorway:

Jade

About Designer

About Designer

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by Sorlenna
New Mexico, USA
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I knit, crochet, sew, quilt, take photos, draw, and do other crafts as well. I adore alpaca wool and other natural materials (cotton, feathers, gourds, wood, and even coconut shells!) and try to do some crafting every day.

A couple of years ago, I began designing knit and crochet items (I confess that I am somewhat addicted to hats...love, love, love hats and have made many for gifts, to ...

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