Sweet As Pie

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Sweet As Pie Pattern

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Knitting: Sweet As Pie
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Girls, Infant/Baby

Item:

Sweater

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • working in the round
  • picking up stitches
  • three needle bind-off
  • working in a lace pattern
  • increasing & decreasing
  • i-cord

Pattern Description:

This lace knit reminds me of pie lattice! Chest panel is worked horizontally, so achieving a perfect gauge is less critical. Stitches for lace section are picked up and worked down, making length easily adjustable. Top is finished with delicate picot edging and even the straps include sweet detailing. Lace is both charted and fully written. Shown in size 18 months. Pattern recommended for knitters with some lace experience or the patience to learn.

Gauge:

24 sts and 36 rows per 4 inches in St st; 16 sts and 28 rows per 4 inches in Pie Lace Pattern

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished Chest*: 15(16, 17, 19, 21) *Chest is fitted and should measure approximately 2 inches less than actual chest size.
  • Size: 6 months(12 months, 18 months, 2, 4)

Materials:

  • 160(200, 260, 320, 410) yards sport weight yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • Size 5(3.75 mm) 16" or 24" circular needles and set of DPNs, stitchmarkers

About Designer

About Designer

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Kate Oates is the designer for Tot Toppers & When I Grow Up. She enjoys designing hats and garments for babies and children in particular, these projects often reflect a whimsical spirit. Kate's When I Grow Up line is for those of us who are not tots, featuring a modern classic style. Kate also strives to add specifically to the growing body of knits for boys as she has three of her own! You can ...

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