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Henry is a cute, simple, oversized pullover for the boys (and tomboys) in your life. The rib pattern makes this a forgiving sweater which will last for more than a few growth spurts, and the cables give it that little bit of interest without too much fuss (we all know the older boys aren't big on fuss) and the neck is so simple and effective you will wonder why you haven't tried it before. So quick to knit in heavy worsted/aran weight yarn - try the new superwash malabrigo worsted for practical luxury. Note: when printing .pdf choose the pages you want to print e.g. the pattern instructions and the cable chart for your size - then print only these pages - saves on paper and ink! This pattern includes: written instructions stitch charts and written instructions detailed size diagrams GAUGE 20 stitches and 22 rows = 10cm/ 4 inches in mistake rib using larger needle. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizes: 0, 6, 12 mths, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 yrs (See measurement chart for your child's size)

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  • Yarn: Malabrigo Worsted or similar yarn Aran / 10 ply (8 wraps per inch) Yardage : 210 yards (192 metres) Unit weight : 100 grams (3.53 ounces)
  • 1 x 4.5 mm, US 7, UK 7 Sizes 0 - 12 mths 40cm (16 in) circular needle Sizes 2- 6yrs 50cm (20 in) circ Sizes 8-10 yrs 60cm (24 in) circ 1 x 5.5 mm, US 9, UK 5 Sizes 0 - 12 mths 40cm (16 in) Sizes 2- 6yrs 50cm (20 in) circ Sizes 8-10 yrs 60cm (24 in) circ
  • 1 set of 4.5 mm and 1 set of 5.5 mm dpns for working neckband and sleeves (don't use if working magic loop or 2 circs)

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Just Jussi
Just Jussi
I love designing knitwear for babies and older kids too, I'm inspired by the world around me, whether it's the green bush covered hills where I live, or the bright city lights and sparkling harbor. I try to find a way to incorporate traditional, modern and whimsical elements into every garment I design. Children need to be comfortable and relaxed in their clothing, they need the opportunity to jump and run and paint without restriction. I try to design with these qualities in mind.