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Ding Baby Sweater


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  • Lace

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Ding came about from one of those light bulb moments, you know the ones that just pop into your head, hence the name. This simple yet charming baby cardigan is composed primarily of stocking stitch with a sweet eyelet border. The curved edges of the fronts adds a unique touch to the typical baby cardigan with the overlap and eyelets allowing you to place buttons wherever you like, or not at all. Striping the stocking stitch of the body is another decorative option, leaving the border in one, solid colour. Copyright The copyright of this pattern remains with the author - Leeana Gardiner. It is intended for personal use only and is not to be shared with others. Please direct your friends to purchase their own copy! If you are personally hand knitting items, you are welcome to do what you wish with your finished items, whether that be sell, gift or donate. Please do not claim the design to be your own. By purchasing this pattern, you are agreeing to these terms BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit in the round knit and purl increase and decrease some lacework (yarn overs, etc) pick up stitches GAUGE 28 stitches and 38 rows over 10cm or 4" stocking stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 0-3 months (3-6 months, 6-9 months, 9-12 months) SUGGESTED YARN 328 yards of Fingering weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • Approximate Yardage: 180 (227, 263, 300) metres or 200 (252, 290, 328) yards
  • Approximate Yarn: 50g 63g, 73g, 83g) fingering weight yarn
  • US size 3 (3.25mm) circular knitting needles

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Whirlsie's Designs
I'm Leeana Gardiner, and I design knitting patterns for babies, children and adults. I aim to design colourful patterns to keep you, the knitter, interested. I love cables and bright colours, anything to make a pattern fun and sometimes a little challenging.