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Thistle and Clover Baby Set

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Welcome a brand new baby girl with this original pattern for a lacy baby sweater and matching cap. The body of the sweater is comprised of lace "thistles", with complimentary "clovers" on the bodice and sleeve caps. Pattern makes a size newborn to 12 lbs, using baby weight yarn on size 3 needles. A larger size can be obtained by using larger gauge yarn and needle: For size 6 months use dk weight yarn with size 5 - 6 needles. For 9-12 months use worsted weight yarn with size 7 - 8 needles. Yarn: Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino, 2 balls, for the smallest size. Gauge (smallest size): In stockinette: 6 st/inch, 8 rows/inch In thistle lace pattern: 5.5 st/inch, 8 rows/inch This pattern is recommended for intermediate level knitters, and above. If you don't enjoy sweater sew ups, you will appreciate that this pattern employs one-piece, nearly seamless construction. Minimal seaming required only at shoulders and about 1" at underarms. It's fast and painless to finish! Thank you for supporting independent designers like myself! GAUGE 6 sts per inch in stockinette SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Newborn to 12 lbs using baby weight yarn. Larger sizes can be obtained by using dk or worsted wt. yarn, with larger needles. SUGGESTED YARN 274 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino COLORWAY any

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SewBizGirl
I am a mostly stay-at-home wife. With our kids are grown, this time of life frees me to pursue my creativity. I teach fitness classes to senior citizens part-time and quilt, knit and crochet at home. I taught myself how to knit and crochet from magazines when I was a young teen, and haven't stopped since.