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Grow Along Cardigan


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Your little toddler will look absolutely adorable in this free knitting pattern. The Grow Along Sweater is the perfect garment to keep him or her warm before he or she grows into adulthood.

Grow Along Cardigan
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Knitting Needle Size: 4 or 3.5 mm, 6 or 4 mm

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

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I cannot find the website. Is there any other?

I am looking for V necked cardigans for preteen and teenaged boys. The mens patterns are too large

I have a pattern that is somewhat similar using Lopi yarn

For anyone interested, this pattern and the Raglans Unlimited book, is available at this website. It lists it as a photocopied version. Thanks, Pat

To Brendajmuller4357957 There was a delightful book printed in 1959 by Julia Gibson, Milwaukee, Wisconsin called Raglans Unlimited. It was a plain printed book no pics. The sizes in the book went from size 2-50. Every sweater is knitted from the neck down using any yarn from light weight or baby fingering yarn to knitting worsted. I have used this book for my children and grand children. Any pattern can be incorporated in the sewater by combining 2 patterns. PS I am thinking my copying it for any one would infringe on the copy rights

I love this pattern,would you happen to have one for an adult size for a woman? It can be a similar pattern & doesn't have to be the same as this one. Thank You

Do you have a pattern like this that starts at the neck and works down. As the child grows, the sleeves and body can be lengthened. thx Bren


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