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GuduGudu Cardigan


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GuduGudu is a top down seamless raglan cardigan suitable for both boys and girls. Rolled up sleeves look stylish in this reversible fabric. The stretchiness of ribbing combined with rolled up sleeves give this cardigan plenty of growing room. The unusual combination of yarn weight and needle size is due to the non-resiliency of the yarn. If you substitute yarn be sure to check your gauge and adjust needle size if necessary. A distinctive feature of this cardigan is the short row collar. It curves nicely around the neckline. The collar is worked from the top down in one piece instead of being picked up at the end, so that it is incredibly stretchy and comfortable. This cardigan was named by my toddler. GuduGudu means button and this cardigan has lots of them. He chose the lovely gray buttons himself. Measurements are given both in cm and inches. Required Skills: 2x2 ribbing, decreases, increases, knitting in the round, provisional cast-on, short-rows BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY shortrows knitting in the round GAUGE 21 sts and 31 rows = 10 cm (4") in 2x2 ribbing, blocked and slightly stretched SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 0-6 mo / 6-18 mo / 18-36 mo ( 4 yr / 6 yr / 8 yr / 10 yr ) The finished chest circumferences are: 49/59/66 (68/70/74/78) cm -- 19.5"/23"/26" (27"/28"/29"/31"). PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Amy Butler Belle Organic Aran

Recommended with this pattern

  • Amy Butler Belle Organic Aran 90 m (98 yrds) / 50g, 4/5/5 (6/6/7/7) balls.
  • 2.75 mm circular needles (US 2)
  • stitch markers

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Minimi Knit Design
Cristina is a Waldorf mama living with her son, husband and two cats at the seaside of Tuscany. Being a knitwear designer fits much better into her family schedule than being a science researcher. It nurtures her creative mind, too.