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Jasmine Baby Jacket

By: Marianna from
Jasmine Baby Jacket
Jasmine Baby Jacket
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The Jasmine Baby Jacket is the perfect lightweight knit cardigan for your little one. The fresh mint color helps your baby stand out from the crowd once the temperature begins to rise. This free knitting pattern also make a great gift. The pattern includes instructions for multiple sizes, so you can easily work up this knit baby cardigan for a child of almost any age. There's nothing like creating a beautiful sweater with your own two hands. You will be so pleased with the finished product that you might start another sweater in a different color right away. You can't go wrong with this versatile design perfect for summer days spent in the sun.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love making items for babies. This is an adorable pattern. The author has many cute patterns and is kind enough to give them away. I love this little sweater. Just enough different stitches to make it extra special. I love the color also. Thank you for the free pattern!

Am about to try this pattern but I am unsure of a few of the abbreviations. I am a very experienced knitter but have never seen Row 7 "kfb" then after row 30 knit 4 rows row 1 "yo". Can someone please help asap as I would love to start knitting tonight. Thanks!

'kfb' means knit from back. Instead of putting your needle into the stitch from the front, you put the in from the back. Hope this helps.

Kfb means knit front and back, it's an increase. Knit into the front of the stitch, do not remove the stitch from the needle and put the needle back into same stitch through the back knit it again then let stitch from the left hand needle drop. yo is yarn over or yarn round the needle, this is also an increase that makes a decorative eyelet.

This is a sweet baby sweater with some added stitch detail that will make it stand out from the rest of the baby sweater patterns. It would be fun to knit this is two colors with one hue used for the yoke and sleeves and another used for the bottom half and cuffs. The designer gives great instructions for three different sizes of this jumper.

i like this pattern i have knitted it and it looks lovely thank you keep up the good work that you do xx


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