“Oh, please don’t go-we’ll eat you up-we love you so!” -Maurice Sendak Where the Wild Thing Are
Halloween is on its way! What a great baby 1st costume or cozy, warm, and cute romper. A very unique versatile knit for newborns to 2 years old and can transform into anything! You can make this pattern all red and make into a devil, add some black felt spots and horns it can be a cow, possibilities are endless! The pattern quickly knits up with a size 10 needle.
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*Intermediate Knitting Level *US Imperial Measurement * Crown Pattern Included *Sizes0-3 months(3-6months, 6-12 months, 2year) *Finished Sizes: Chest 24(26,28,32) *4 Written Pattern Pages *Knitted One-Piece
Materials you need at home:
*Lily Sugar & Cream or a Cotton Worsted Weight yarn 4(4,6,8)/ 480(480,720,960) yds *Size 10 16 & 24in circular *Size 10 & 9 Double points *Place Markers *Yarn Needle *Measuring Tape *Matching thread and needle *Optional: Towel for the tail *4 for 0-3 month & 3-6month sizes 3⁄4 in buttons *5 3⁄4in buttons for 6-12months & 2 years sizes Gauge 16stx20rows = 4in. with size 10needle in stockinette stitch
*Crown *Worsted weight yarn ( mc)Carons Simply soft yellow *(cc) Vicki Howells Caron’s sheepish in white(ish) *Size 7 us double points *Yarn needle *Gauge in garter stitch 20sts x40 rows=4in
Hi, knitters! My name is Katie Teixeira andI began knitting 13 years ago when knitting patterns felt as if they came from my grandmother's basement. So, I began designing and creating my own knits. I have welcomed many babies with my handmade knitted gifts. I have also had many knitters asking me if I could write them patterns. So about 4 years ago I brought my passion for knitting, graphic design, and coffee into manifesting Stringbean Knit Designs.
Stringbean creates modern, trendy, simple patterns. Bean's knitting patterns are easy and fun to follow which allows the experienced to beginners to knit their own beautiful handmade garments.
Much of Stringbean's inspiration comes from city hipster meets bohemian flair with a sprinkle of Native American which creates each pattern's originality. The Native American flair is a personal touch of my background of Chumash Indian native to Santa Yenz, California.