Spud & Chloë

Busy Baby Set

The Classic Series

Design by Bobbi IntVeld

$9.00

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Once babies get going with new-found locomotion… they just don’t stop! Knitting parents who are keeping up with babies on the move will appreciate this pullover and hat set with clean lines and straightforward construction. The raglan shaping includes buttons for easy on-and-off and bold stripes make for fun color combinations in Spud & Chloë Fine. **This pattern is available as a digital download only.

Pattern No. 9817

YARN:

Fine by Spud & Chloë (80% Superwash Wool/20% Silk; 65g/248yd): 1 (2, 2) hanks MC, and 1 hank CC

 

NEEDLES:

Size 3 (3.25mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

Size 3 (3.25mm) double pointed needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

 

OTHER TOOLS:

Three ½” buttons

Tapestry needle

SKILL LEVEL:

Advanced Beginner

 

GAUGE:

In Stockinette stitch, 28 sts and 38 rows = 4″

 

SIZES:

Sweater: 6-12 months (1T-2T, 2T-3T)

Hat: Newborn (6-12 months, 1-3 years)

 

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:

Sweater chest: 22 (23¼, 24½)”

Sweater length: 10½ (12½, 14½)”

Sweater sleeve length: 6½ (7½, 9)”

Hat circumference: 13½ (15½, 17)”

Hat length: 5½ (6½, 7¼)”

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