They come in all shapes and sizes, colors, and prints, but all cardigans are not created equally. See how the hem of the cardigan cuts off my body right at a nice wide area of the skirt?
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This was a very quick knit and the pattern is well written. I did add lots of length to the jacket. I started the armholes at 18cm instead of 11cm as suggested in the pattern. It has worked out just right. This little teddy bear jacket was the very first knitting pattern that my daughter fell in love with when she became pregnant. Her baby is now nine months old and winter is approaching here in the Southern Hemisphere.
So what could be cosier than this gorgeous cable and teddy bear jacket on a cold wintery day. There is much written on Ravelry about the difficulty of this Debbie Bliss pattern, mainly in the way it is written. However, it is well worth the effort if you are considering making it. But this little jacket took me way longer to knit than it should have. Many years ago I used to knit a lot of fair aisle which uses many colours of wool that are carried across the back as you go.
And this is how I started to knit the teddy bears. I was merrily knitting the back and it was coming along quite quickly. After I had completed two of the teddy bear panels, which meant I was all the way up to the armholes , I realised my teddies were not sitting properly and the moss stitch in the faces was puckered.
So I bundled it up and took it along to my local yarn store for advice. Easily fixed but of course it did mean I had to undo the back, all the way down to the bottom. So now my teddy bears are sitting nicely. So with the back of the jacket completed, I was onto the left front. The pattern is not well written for the fronts but I thought I had it right. So away I went, blissfully knitting and had completed the first cable panel and then my teddy bear panel.
My teddy bear is not sitting properly. So I spent ages reading and rereading the pattern and I realised I had used the wrong cables for that panel. Would this sit nicely after blocking or should I undo it and start again with the proper cable? I looked at her face as she delivered the news to me.
From the armhole all the way down to the bottom. And off I went again. Merrily knitting the front knowing I had it right. I love knitting cables. I used to knit aran jerseys for my dad and he would wear them all the time. I hope it was because he liked them and not because he felt obliged. I will never know now.
One back, two fronts and now up to the armholes on the first moss stitch sleeves. There, right at the bottom of the sleeve is a split stitch! Perhaps I can ignore it. Perhaps I can mend it after I have finished.
Perhaps no one will notice! It looked like a little hole. Right to the bottom of the sleeve. And I started again. I have now finished this marathon journey. Despite everything, I loved knitting the teddy bears.
I loved knitting the cables I loved embroidering the faces on the teddys. They are all unique. I love the little moss stitch collar.
I love the bulky moss stitch sleeves. I love that the button band was done at the same time as the fronts. I love that it fitted my grandbaby girl so perfectly. It will now do a whole new season. And the baby cashmerino yarn has worn so well. I bought some brightly coloured, machine washable, deliciously soft, Sirdar Snuggly baby bamboo yarn on sale.
Maybe not enough to make a cardigan for our little 6 month old bubba but I have a striped Sirdar pattern that uses this yarn so I just need two more colours. I wonder what colours I can find to go with this very vibrant orange. After a trip to my local yarn store I now have a skein of hot pink and a skein of sunshine yellow to go with the orange.
Worked from the top down, a ring of leaves circle the yoke of this cardigan. Once the leaf chart is worked, the remainder of the sweater is a breeze in stockinette and garter stitch.
Garter Stitch Baby Cardigan Sizes: In the Details Knit Hoodie Sizes: Newborn, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months and 12 months Baby cardigan featuring U-shaped plackets with ribbed stitches framed by graceful cables. Newborn-6 mo yr, yr, yr, yr, yr, yr Mock cables and twisted cable panels mean you can achieve the look of cables but without the hassle of a cable needle. This functional set will look equally adorable on girls or boys.
The sweater is knit from the bottom up in pieces and is seamed. The hat is knit seamlessly from the bottom up. Quick Stitch Cardigan Sizes: Easy baby cardigan to knit from the top down with eyelets. Classic Baby Jacket Sizes: Easy Rib Baby Jacket Sizes: Easy baby cardigan knitting pattern with a rib stitch.
Essential Baby Cardigan Sizes: Knitted baby jacket with raglan and socks. Quick like a bunny! Knit this super sweet matching hat and sweater set, topped with bunny ears! Newborn, 6 months, 12 months, 2 years, 3 years and 4 years Easy garter stitch baby cardigan.
Easy Yoke Baby Cardigan Sizes: Using 4mm needles, cast on 27sts. Work 6 rows in garter stitch knit every row. Work the Main Part. Using 4mm needles, cast on 96sts. S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5. The last 4 rows form the pattern. S1, knit to end Row S1, k2tog, yrn, k2, makes a buttonhole , knit to end. I am happy for you to use my patterns for your own use or for charity donations. You can gift or sell any finished items you make from my patterns.
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