Irish Warmer is the updated moss rib stitched sweater (formerly named Fishermens Rib Sweater) and includes my Newsboy Cap for convenience
Pattern Features: This popular ribbed stitched sweater pattern has now been updated in my new format with easy to read line-by-line instructions given, along with back-button placement for easy dressing.
Written instructions given ~ Worked flat: back and forth in rows ~ my preferred knitting technique
Construction: This fitted sweater makes use of an easy to follow moss knit rib pattern and is worked from the bottom up in one piece to armholes, including back button bands, then each section is worked individually.
Beginner - Easy: Project using basic stitches, repetitive stitch patterns, and simple shaping and finishing.
Copyright: Please respect my designer rights, and as such the copyright of these patterns will always remain with me; their text, photos copyright of Debonair Designs 2006 - 2012. Patterns must not be duplicated, distributed and/or sold without the author's permission. Feel free to use these patterns for your knitting pleasure, a courtesy acknowledgment would be greatly appreciated and welcomed.
6 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch in Moss Knit Rib
210 yards of Worsted weight
Hi, my name is Deb, aka Debonair Designs. Welcome to my store, where you will find the perfect knitting pattern for your doll's needs. I specialize in hand knitting patterns ...
Hi, my name is Deb, aka Debonair Designs. Welcome to my store, where you will find the perfect knitting pattern for your doll's needs. I specialize in hand knitting patterns designed to fit the popular 18" American Girl Dolls and the comparable 18" Gotz Dolls that share the same body type also designs for the slim 18” Kidz n Cats Dolls.
I use my own original patterns, all photos, text and instructions copyright Debonair Designs.
These signature patterns are now available for purchase in an easy to read pdf format, each pattern comes with line-by-line instructions given, created for your personal knitting pleasure only.
Thank you for taking the time to browse, happy knitting ~ Deb