Monday, October 5, 2009

Baby sweater # 2


Sidney's sweater is finished , buttons sewn on and ready to be mailed to BC . I love this pattern , it's an easy top down raglan with the v-neck shaping coming from knitting short rows just after the cast on ribbing . So simple , so ingenious ! Another great idea was to knit the buttonholes on both sides . You can just switch the buttons for another baby.
Specs : Basic v-neck baby cardigan fom Cabin Fever Baby ' V ' no- sew knitting . The yarn is Sirdar Click acrylic/ wool DK . Needles were 3,25 & 4,00 mm circulars and dpns for the sleeves .
I really like this book it has some variations on the theme that are just adorable . I see lots of little sweaters being knit from the patterns on this book . In fact there's already another on the needles . Chantal's cousin Susie had her twins about a month ago . They're preemies and are still in hospital . It looks like they'll be ready to come home this month and they'll definitely need sweaters to keep them warm , don't you think !

3 comments:

Monika said...

I love this sweater!

Not ready for handspun said...

It's beautiful. And you're right, the Cabin Fever patterns are really ingenious. I love the Top Down 1-2-3 sweater for toddlers!

Donna M said...

I love the Cabin Fever books but I don't have that one. Now that our grandkids are growning, I won't need it but I would love to knit that little sweater.