Baby Belle

baby belle

A very girlie bell-shaped top down raglan baby cardigan with a cute little ruffle at the bottom and contrasting neck and cuffs.  No seaming required!

Yarn: Worsted to aran weight yarns that knit to gauge. 135(145) yd [123(133) m] of main color and 65(85) yd [64(78) m] contrasting color. 10 yd [9 m] of scrap yarn for button band. If working the full length sleeve variation, you will need more yarn.

Needles: 16 or 24 in. (40.6 or 61 cm) size 8 US (5 mm) needles and a set of double-pointed needles in the same size, or whatever size you need to get gauge.

Gauge: 4.5 sts/in. (2.5 cm)

Size: smaller(larger), approximately 3 mo.(6 mo.) – Picture of 6 mo. with ¾ length sleeves.

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this pattern is also available with the belle, baby beau, and beau sweaters in the beautiful baby bundle ebook, and with other handspun designs in the mixed knits ebook.

baby belle

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