Original pattern by Rebecca Craig for Biscotte Yarns ♥ Your little one will be the apple of your eye in this raglan pull over. Inspired by the scrumptious Apple's Heart colorway this sweater is knit from the bottom up and seamed together. It showcases the self-striping color in the body of the sweater transitioning into a semi-solid stripe in brown and a green bramble stitch yoke.
An opening at the left front raglan seam helps to make the sweater easy to get over baby’s head. Options are provided to close using snaps and buttons. The piece is finished off with a 2x2 rib at the hem, cuffs, and neck. The sample is 12-month size with the raglan opening secured with snaps.
Newborn (3 months, 6 months, 12 months, 18 months, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years) (Schematic at the end of pattern)
Biscotte Yarns Bis-sock (85% superwash merino wool and 15% nylon) – 400m/435yds per 100g skein in:
- MC - Apple's Heart – 139 (180, 224, 273, 306, 342, 376, 413) m
- C1 - Chocolat – 71 (77, 82, 100, 104, 109, 126, 131) m
- C2 - Vert Biscotte – 150 (168, 188, 210, 225, 242, 259, 276) m
Required skeins (50 ou 100g) :
- CP - 50g (50g, 100g, 100g, 100g, 100g, 100g, 200g)
- C1 - 50g (50g, 50g, 50g, 50g, 50g, 50g, 50g)
- C2 - 50g (50g, 50g, 100g, 100g, 100g, 100g, 100g)
3mm/US size 3 needles for working flat: straight of circular as you prefer, or size required to obtain gauge.
3mm/US size 3 needles 60cm/24 inch circular needles, or size required to obtain gauge.
- Stitch markers – to mark raglan decreases
- 4, 20mm/3/4-inch snap closures or buttons – includes hardware to install snaps
30 sts and 40 rows in St st over 10cm/4 inches on 3mm/US #3 needles
This pattern is sold as a PDF document, you will get a link to download the pattern at the end of your order and this link will also be sent by email.
ERRATUM 2019/03/06 : Stitch count after armhole decreases should be 78 for size 3 and 82 for size 4.
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2022-03-23: Correction on row 4: Row 4 – p3, k1, p2tog, (k1,p1,k1 in one st), work row 4 of Bramble Stitch until last 7 sts, p2tog, k2, p3