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Named after the sweet baby-girl-to-be, this sweater is the ideal, quick-knit baby gift. The delicate lace details make this the perfect spring sweater. Instructions are written for a top-down sweater. Both charted and written instructions are provided for the lace pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY ability to read a chart is helpful, but not required as written instructions are also provided GAUGE 24 sts and 36 rows= 4" over st st after blocking SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizes: 3 months (6 months, 12 months, 18 months) Approximate measurement at chest: 17 (18 3/4, 20 3/4, 22 1/2)"

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  • ~ 190 (215, 255, 295) yards sport weight yarn for such as The Plucky Knitter Primo Sport, Miss Babs Yummy Superwash Sport, Madelinetosh Pashmina, Anzula Cricket MCN, Sunshine Yarns Luxury Sport
  • Size US 5(3.75mm) or size to obtain gauge

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Irish Girlie Knits Designs
Irish Girlie Knits Designs
Carrie Sullivan, aka Irish Girlie Knits, is a blogger, sock-obsessed knitter, and designer known for her deceptively simple, perfectly gorgeous designs such as Cotty and Summer Wind. In addition to her self-published pattern line, Carrie has designed for sock clubs and yarn companies such as Blue Moon Fiber Arts Rockin' Sock Club, the Woolgirl Sock Club, The Plucky Knitter Classics, and Kollage Yarns. Carrie also made her teaching debut at Sock Summit 2011. Her knitting adventures, as well as her two cute doggies and ever-growing sock yarn stash are blogged about at We Do Not Have A Knitting Problem. By day, Carrie runs a clinic for children with autism in the San Francisco Bay Area. She received her Masters in Special Education from San Francisco State University and her Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame. Go Irish!