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Newborn Jumper


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This is a knit-in-the-round pattern for a newborn. It has an easy 4 round chevron pattern to follow for the skirting and then is divided for the front and back bodice and straps using a stockinette stitch. Caron Simply Soft yarn is listed as a #4 medium weight worsted but is a thinner yarn than many worsted weights I have used. I like it because it is extremely soft for baby's tender skin. But just be aware of this if you plan to use a different brand of worsted weight yarn. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Purl k2tog p2tog m1L and m1R (increases) skpo (same as skp) slip 1, knit 1, pass the slipped stitch over the knitted one half-double crochet stitch for edging around neckline and armholes GAUGE Stockinette Stitch - 4 sts and 5.5 rows = 1 inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS armhole circumference 11-12" bodice width at shoulders (each side) 5" bodice width at skirting (each side) 7" skirting length - 8" skirt circumference 27"

Supplies Needed

  • US Size 9 - 16 inch circular needle
  • 1 skein Caron's Simply Soft Yarn (#4 med wt)
  • Size G/6 crochet hook

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