This extremely versatile sweater will fit everyone in the house! With a huge range of sizes made for Worsted Weight or Aran Weight yarn, this sweater is bound to be a comfortable favorite for years to come. The pattern is simple and refined and fits babies, toddlers and children. Pick the boy or girl's favorite color. Simply choose the right size and start your knitting! Available in 7 sizes from newborn to 10 yrs.
Worsted or Aran Weight
DESIGNER RECOMMENDED YARN: any worsted or aran weight yarn. Shown in Superwash Worsted by Sweet Georgia Yarns (100% Superwash Merino Wool; 115g/200yds) 2 (3, 4) Skeins. Shown in Deep Olive, Tumbled Stone, & Hush.
ALTERNATE WORSTED YARN: Rios by Malabrigo (100% Superwash Merino Wool; 100g/210yds): 2 (3, 4) Skeins. This Pattern Kit is developed on Merino Wool, the softest of wools. It is washable and good for all climates in the winter. Please note that this is a worsted weight yarn.
ALTERNATE YARN: Balance by O-Wool (50% Organic Merino / 50% Texas Organic Cotton; 50g/130yds): 3 (4, 6) Skeins This is an excellent yarn to use for warmer climates such as the southern states. The cotton remains breathable and warm with the resilience and bounce of wool. There is a bit of texture in this yarn which will give the finished garment a tweedy or rustic look.
ALTERNATE YARN: Lamb's Pride Worsted by Brown Sheep Co. (85% Wool / 15% Mohair; 113g/190yds): 2 (3, 4) Skeins Select Lamb's Pride Worsted for a true Aran weight yarn. Wonderfully warm with a touch of mohair mixed into the wool, this yarn has a nice heathered effect with black or white mohair mixed with the colored wool.
SIZE: 0/6/12/24MO (2/4/6, 6/8/10)
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Chest- 18/19.5/20.5 (22-24, 26-28)"
YARDAGE: 270/300/310 (440-500, 680-700) yds
NEEDLES: Size US 6 / 4.0mm & Size US 8 / 5.0mm 16" & 24" circular needles & Set Double Points, or size needed to obtain gauge
OTHER TOOLS: stitch markers, darning needle
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate
GAUGE: 18 sts and 22 rows/ 4” in stockinette stitch in the round on larger needles
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