- PDF knitting pattern with photographs (11 pages)
- Photo tutorial step by step to form a buttonhole with a hook (5 photos)
- 4 photos of the model in progress allow you to visualize the stages.
- Metric measurements
- Suitable for beginners
- 5 photos of the model
A short sleeved cardigan with a straight shape. For a comfortable fit the bias at the sleeves shape a nice openwork with raglan finish.
For more comfort he is knit in one piece and seamless in garter stitch ... it is the perfect model for beginners. This vest is uni-sex and can be declined according to your needs.
This model is available in another tutorial in children size, from size 2 years to size 12 years.
This model is a Top Down, it is knitted in garter stitch from the neckline with circular needles used as straight needles. You can also do it with straight 50 cm needles.
To knit it you have to master the yarn over (= add a stitch by placing the yarn on the needle) and know how to cast off the stitches. The photos (4) of the model in progress help you to visualize the steps.
He is made in Quality Lambswool of Phildar with needles 3 mm métrique in garter stitch.
The tension/gauge : 25 stitches and 47 rows in garter stitch = 10 cm (= 4" x 4 "). You can knit this model in other qualities with the gauge same.
Other yarn can be use : Quality Pingorex Baby of Pingouin, Quality Peques of Katia ... Quality Rose & Lou of Plassard, Quality Orient of Cheval blanc, Quality Calinou or Merino of Bergère de France.
Provide 1 button (optional), to form a buttonhole with a hook a photos tutorial step by step is include in the pattern.
The model is available in 6 sizes : preemie, new born, 3 months, 6 months, 12 months and 18 months.
The knitting pattern includes full instructions with photos of the model. Each size is explained individually.
Suitable for beginners. Pattern language : English. This pattern is available PDF download (11 pages) which includes 5 photos of the model, the explanations of the techniques used and tutorial step by step (for form a buttonhole with a hook). And 4 photos of the model in progress allow you to visualize the steps.