Baby Cardigan Lace Knitting Pattern Top Down

Knitting Pattern for a lovely lace baby and toddler cardigan worked top down. 5 page written pattern in English.

Sizes to Fit 0-3 6-12 18-24 30-36 months Chest: 40(16) 45.5(18) 50.75(20) 55.75(22) cm/in Actual Chest: 49(19¼) 57(22½) 60(23½) 66.5(26) cm/in Back Length: 17.25(7) 19.75(7¾) 24.5(9½) 29(11½) cm/in Sleeve length: 10(4) 12(4¾) 14(5½) 18(7) cm/in

  • Materials

2[2:3:4] x 50g balls Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino (125 m per ball) 3 small buttons 1 x 60 cm circular needle size 3.25 mm (US3) 1 set double pointed needle’s size 3.25 mm (US3) Yarn amounts are based on average requirements and are approximate.

  • To Substitute: Use any yarn that has a tension over stocking stitch on no 3.25 mm needles of 25 sts and 34 rows to 10 cm(4in) square.

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Contains:

  • Lace Baby Cardigan
  • For Sizes 0 - 3 years
  • Suitable for experienced knitters
  • Written instructions
  • Also in cm

Materials you need at home:

  • 2[2:3:4] x 50g balls Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino (125 m per ball)
  • 3 small buttons
  • 1 x 60 cm circular needle size 3.25 mm (US3)
  • 1 set double pointed needle’s size 3.25 mm (US3)
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Ruth Maddock

I studied fashion at Epsom Art School - now the University of the Creative Arts - completing my course and then taking a circuitous route through a number of design positions until I finally found my niche working as a hand knit, machine knit and crochet designer. I had been knitting and crocheting since childhood so this was very much like coming home. I became an internationally published author, a teacher, and a regular contributor to the major UK Knit and Crochet Magazines. In the 1990’s the children came marching into my life, bringing with them laughter, mayhem and complete disarray. I was far too busy mopping floors and cooking fish fingers to continue working so this was put on hold. The new millennium brought with it a gradual rediscovery of the great joy of knitting, crocheting and most of all designing. At this time I also worked as a lecturer at Solihull College, teaching pattern cutting and garment construction. Since then I have been working again for the UK yarn spinners and magazines, and I also sell patterns online. For over four years I had a wool shop in Herefordshire, but I have recently closed this in order to concentrate more on my designs. I am also hoping to do an MA in Contemporary Crafts.

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