I have been knitting for 59 years and since the grandchildren arrived have been knitting daily. I decided I wanted to create easy predominantly seamless knitting projects because I love knitting in ...
I have been knitting for 59 years and since the grandchildren arrived have been knitting daily. I decided I wanted to create easy predominantly seamless knitting projects because I love knitting in the round, and more important I hate to sew pieces together!
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The weather here in the northern hemisphere is getting nippy; well, it should be, but let's face it, it hasn't yet, but I certainly think it will!!! Your little girl and her doll will look adorable dressed in these matching headwarmers to go outdoors or over to a friend's house to play.
This is a great yarn stashbusting project. Just dig through your yarn for the sportweights and knit away!
I like the Bernat baby sportweight yarns; they're nice and stretchy. Don't be too concerned about the gauge because between the stretchiness and the placement of buttons (as the closure), it is completely adjustable. My models are 3 and 5.5 years.
The headwarmers are knit in a twisted knit rib pattern in rows - EASY! The I-cord flower uses the same needles and instructions are given in the pattern for making an I-cord. I think the I-cord flower would also look adorable in a contrasting color.
8 sts and 6.25 rows = 1 inch
100 yards of Sport weight