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Baby Hoodie

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This Baby Hoodie is a super easy knit that only takes one or two balls of yarn to complete. Make a bunch and keep them on hand for baby showers. Learn how to knit this cute hoodie with this tutorial.

Baby Hoodie
Baby Hoodie
This image courtesy of Knitting Galore

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Knitting Needle Size: 5 or 3.75 mm, 6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight: (1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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Yarn size not correct on this page - DK wt yarn is a #3, not a #1

I am just finishing this sweater and it really is coming out very cute! There is one error in the number of stitches fore size 12mos., however. Sleeves: staring with 36 stitches and increasing 4 over last rib row equals 40 sts, not 39 so the numver of stitches is off by 1 for each of the rest of the shaping for the sleeves. Same issue for the hood. Casting on 94 sts and increasing 6 over last rib row equals 100 sts, not 99 so the count of sts are off for remaining shaping directions for that portion of the pattern as well. Not a big deal, but have to rremember that theere will be one more stitch than the directions say.

I think this is fabulous!!!!

Sorry about the ads but in order to share these patterns with you FREE I need to try and make some money some how. If you have problems copying the pattern just leave a message in the comments box under the pattern and I will email a copy to you.

I appreciate getting access to all these free patterns because of the ads supporting them but to help you out try this: You can click on the link and see the pattern if you scroll down just a little bit. To avoid printing color as you call it, try using your mouse to select just part of the document. I started with the heading for the pattern and selected to the bottom of the pattern, then R click and select copy. After copying then open a new Word document and R click and select paste or use Ctrl and V held down to paste it into the Word doc. Then you can save or print. You could also just hit Control and P to print without saving it to your computer.

I don't see where there's any problem. The link takes you directly to the pattern. If the "clutter" you're bothered by refers to the various ads on the side of the page I wonder what you think supports these free patterns?

Where is the link to download this baby hoodie pattern? Why don't you set a link for the pattern, preferribly PDF, without having to go to three different windows? The tree windows have the same info. All the clutter on each window can mean a lot of use of printing ink.

The clutter you refer to helps me provide patterns for free. If you're having problems leave me a message in the comments box under the pattern on my site and I will email a copy to you.

Maybe the problem lies with your computer?

No, it is not my computer. A cluttered pattern window is not my doing.

I didn't think there was a pattern either, but there is a large empty space as you scroll down. Keep scrolling, and you will get to the pattern. My experience, anyway.

Hi frankieson2 and BarbaraMapes 2733517, We just tested the link above and it seems to be working fine. You will be directed to the original blogger's site and from here, simply scroll down a little bit to view the full pattern for this baby sweater. I hope this helps! --editors of AllFreeKnitting

I can go to the window with the pattern. But so much clutter gets included in the download. Can a PDF set up be that difficult. I do not print every pattern I see. I keep them on a travel drive for safe keeping. But when I go back to my file, I get all the clutter with it. It surely can't be difficult to just have a link to "pattern only".

I clicked on the pattern there was no pattern.Who doesn't check before offering these patterns.

Great looking sweater. Too bad the pattern isn't easily accessible when clicking "click here for knitting pattern" Never could get the pattern

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