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Baby girls jacket with patterned bodice


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This pretty little girls jacket/sweater has beautiful detail on the bodice and a frilly cuff on the sleeves and hemline. Would also look beautiful knitted in plain white which could then be worn as part of a Christening outfit. SIZE - Approximate age 4 - 6 months FINISHED MEASUREMENT Jacket Length 26cm [101/4"approx] Sleeve length 14cm [51/2"approx] MATERIALS REQUIRED Main Colour 110 grams 4ply baby wool One pair 3.25mm, No10 needles 5 small buttons Small quantity of matching ribbon My patterns are copyright protected and are for your own personal use only. YOU CANNOT RESELL MY PATTERN, HOWEVER YOU CAN SELL THE FINISHED KNITTED ITEM. Copyright (c) 2012 Oge Designs All Rights Reserved. P025 GAUGE 26 stitches = 10cm (4 inches) measured over stocking stitch on size 3.25mm (US 3.00mm) needles.

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Oge Knitwear Designs
Oge Knitwear Designs
I have been knitting and dabbling in various hobbies for as long as I can remember, and love experimenting with different types of yarn. My passion is for designing and knitting baby and childrens patterns - just love to create something new. I am the designer, graphic artist / desktop publisher, (this is what I did as my day job) writer / editor and photographer of OGE Knitwear Designs. My absolute ultimate would be to publish a few books, and also have my own brand of yarn, I adore Debbie Bliss yarn, especially Cashmerino, gives such great stitch definition. I hope that I have produced some patterns that may inspire the young (and old) to knit !! Generally my patterns are for the beginner, I have tried to keep them simple, modern and practical, with a twist of individuality. I hope you enjoy my designs, your feedback is most welcome!! Member of: Knitting Paradise Forum