This is the child's version of the Spring Garden Tee pattern and is a sweet feminine tee perfect for a springtime outing. This garment is easy to construct since it is worked from the top down in one piece. The light fluttery lace cap-sleeves are a sweet reminder of springtime blooms. Please click the following link for the Adult Spring Garden Tee.
(Note: If using a 100% bamboo, silk or cotton yarn, please note that the garment will relax with wear. If you are between sizes, it is advisable for you to choose the smaller size to ensure proper fit.)
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DESIGNER RECOMMENDED YARN: Calmer by Rowan (80% Cotton / 20% Polyester Fiber; 50g/175yds): This yarn has been discontinued. Please select from the following selections.
ALTERNATE YARN: Ultra Pima by Cascade Yarns (100% Pima Cotton; 100g/220yds): 2 (2, 3, 3) (3, 4, 4, 5) Skeins. Enjoy a classic cotton yarn with high shine and easy care with this bestseller.
ALTERNATE YARN: Hempathy by Elsebeth Lavold (41% Cotton / 34% Hemp / 25% Modal; 50g/153yds) 2 (3, 3, 4) (5, 5, 6, 6) Skeins. Hempathy creates a gentle drape that is similar to a linen/cotton blend. Hemp is a very colorfast fiber that is known to soften with washing and wearing. This designer yarn is all natural (no synthetic fibers) and well-loved in Europe.
NEEDLES: Size US 5 / 3.75mm & US 6 / 4mm 16-24" circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge. You may need a set of Double Points in size US 5 for smaller sizes.
OTHER TOOLS: Stitch Markers, Stitch holders or waste yarn, tapestry needle
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate
GAUGE: 24 sts & 36 rows = 4" stockinette stitch on size 6 needles
SIZE: 3MO/6MO/9MO, 12MO/2-3T, 4, 5/6) (8, 10, 12, 14)
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Chest-17-19 (20-22, 23, 24-25) (26.5, 28, 30, 315.)" modeled with 0" positive ease. Length-10.5-11.5 (12-13.5, 14.5, 15.75-16.75) (18.75, 20.5, 21.5, 22)" after blocking
YARDAGE: 250-300 (325-400, 450, 500-550) (650, 750, 825, 900) yds
Images courtesy of Alana Dakos/Never Not Knitting