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Little Tulip

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Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Short Rows

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PATTERN DETAILS

Little Tulip is a seamless sweater worked from the top down. A sideways tulip pattern yoke is made first, and it is worked together with an i-cord neckband. After the tulip yoke is completed, stitches along its lower edge are picked up for the body and sleeves, and short rows are used to raise the back of the neck. The body and sleeves are worked top down, and are finished with i-cord bind off. There are two sleeve options: long and short. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knitting in the round i-cord picking up sts provisional CO increases, decreases backward loop CO 3-needle BO (grafting can be used instead) optional: making a button loop pattern contains 2 photo tutorials: short rows, and increases: M1L, M1R GAUGE stockinette st: 22 sts and 28 rows = 10 cm/ 4 in i-cord BO row gauge: 22 rows = 10 cm/ 4 in i-cord neckband row gauge: approx. 21.5 rows = 10 cm / 4 in SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizes: 1.5-2 (3-4, 5-6) [7-8, 9-10, 11-12] years (shown in size 3-4 years) Finished chest measurements: 58 (62, 67) [71, 76, 80] cm/ 23 (24.5, 26) [28, 30, 31.5] in

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn: DK yarn, the sample was made with Sirdar Snuggly DK (nylon 55%, acrylic 45%; 175 metres/ 191 yards per 50g ball; color: 242 Flamenco).
  • Yarn amount for short sleeved sweater: 450 (500, 600) [650, 750, 850] metres or 500 (550, 660) [710, 820, 930] yards.
  • Yarn amount for long sleeved sweater: 600 (700, 800) [900, 1075, 1250] metres or 660 (770, 880) [990, 1175, 1370] yards.

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