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Royal Baby Coat

By: Marianna from

Knit from the top down, the Royal Baby Coat is full of style and sophistication. Because this cardigan uses the garter stitch and stockinette stitch, it is a perfect knitting pattern for beginners. Easily adaptable to a short-sleeve version, this fuss-free baby sweater is perfect for little boys and girls as well as variable weather. It will quickly become one of your favorite go-to patterns for DIY baby clothes.  Knit the Royal Baby Coat for your tiny prince or princess today.


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

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

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Precious little sweater. The designer Marianna writes up very easy to follow patterns. This little sweater isn't an exception. Easy peasy to follow. Another pattern that you can make your own with a multicolored yarn and buttons. Every baby needs sweater sweaters in the closet to keep them warm, or their little skin protected from the sun.

Just finished making this for my baby girl, super easy and so customisable, I added a little knit flower and embroidered her initial and it looks stunning. Will definitely be making more in a variety of colours!

This sweater looks like a sweater for a baby instead of a sweater that is meant to make a baby look older I am so tired of this trend to make children look like miniature adults. Thank you so much

I almost finished the Royal Baby Coat, but I'm stuck with the Newborn pattern and cannot come back to the larger size to knit the sleeves. Can you tell me how to get it back. Very satisfied with this pattern, very nice. Thank you!

Would like to make the cardigan but would like to know how much yarn is required

Hi syturner 4183127, The designer of this pattern has listed the materials needed at the top of the pattern page. For this cardigan, you will need 50 grams of DK weight yarn. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting


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