***This is a knitting pattern only, not the actual item***
This trendy knit chevron ripple romper is a fun project, and makes a great baby gift. With the popularity of chevron print these days, this romper is sure to be a hit with either photographers or new moms.
Pattern Includes Sizes:
This is a beginner level design which calls for a stretchy worsted (4) weight yarn and size 5.5mm (US9) double pointed needles (or use the Magic Loop Method). It is worked in the round. I am always available to answer any questions you might have. You can contact me at email@example.com.
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Thank you to Infant Imagery for the amazing photo!
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9 sts and 15 rows = 2 inches in Garter Stitch
I first learned to knit when I was about 15 years old and my sister bought me knitting needles for Christmas. I have been knitting on and off since that time, but really got back into it shortly ...
I first learned to knit when I was about 15 years old and my sister bought me knitting needles for Christmas. I have been knitting on and off since that time, but really got back into it shortly before my son was born. I had dreams of being able to work at home and raise my children, so I threw myself into something I love, knitting, to make that happen. I have always loved trying new things and designing, but since knitting helped me to achieve my goal of staying home with my little one, I have found an even deeper respect and passion for it than I ever imagined possible. I love creating, coming up with new ideas, and turning them into real, tangible items. Every one of my patterns is designed with love and I hope you will love them as much as I do!
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