Navy Pier is a bottom-up, hip-skimming cardigan with raglan shaping at the yoke. The 3⁄4-length sleeves are knitted separately and joined before the raglan decreases.
Navy Pier combines masculine and feminine elements; garter stitch and stockinette; variegated and solid yarns. Suitable for a boy or a girl, and fun to knit! In twelve sizes to fit just about any child you can find.
18 sts and 24 rows equal 4 inches in st st with larger needle
550 yards of Worsted weight
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I grew up in a crafty household. My mom sews, weaves, and dabbles in lots of other fiber arts, while my dad is a musician (timpani) and photographer (portraits). I got my first camera and my first loom when I was five!
I didn't start knitting until my mid-twenties, but I've done my best to make up for lost time.