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Warm and Cuddly Baby Sweater

By: Marta Porcel from creativaatelier.com
Updated January 12, 2018
Warm and Cuddly Baby Sweater
Warm and Cuddly Baby Sweater

This Warm and Cuddly Baby Sweater will be the perfect present for any upcoming baby shower on your calendar! The easy knitting pattern won't take you long to create.

From the blogger: "To knit this baby sweater (3 months size), we will need: Three 50g balls of Big Merino wool by DROPS – off white 01 (or any other color of your choice), 4 wooden buttons, 5.5 mm needles, and a tapestry needle. Remember that the size of the garment depends on the size of the needles you use, the type of wool you choose, and your particular way to knit, so if you’re going to knit this garment with another type of wool or needle different from the ones indicated above, I recommend you to first make a small sample of the fabric to avoid any surprises and so you can adapt the pattern, if necessary."

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Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Three 50g balls of Big Merino wool by DROPS – off white 01 (or any other color of your choice)
  • 4 wooden buttons
  • 5.5 mm needles
  • Tapestry needle

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This baby sweater has a very unique and different look to it. You can knit this pattern either with straight or circular needles, but after looking over the great photo tutorial it looks like it would be easier if you used the circular knitting needles. They are fairly easy to use and help prevent dropped stitches.

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