Sweet Dreaminess PDF Top-Down Raglan Baby Sweater Knitting Pattern

Sweet Dreaminess PDF Top-Down Raglan Baby Sweater Knitting Pattern
Sweet Dreaminess PDF Top-Down Raglan Baby Sweater Knitting Pattern
Sweet Dreaminess PDF Top-Down Raglan Baby Sweater Knitting Pattern
Sweet Dreaminess PDF Top-Down Raglan Baby Sweater Knitting Pattern
Sweet Dreaminess PDF Top-Down Raglan Baby Sweater Knitting Pattern
Sweet Dreaminess PDF Top-Down Raglan Baby Sweater Knitting Pattern

Sweet Dreaminess PDF Top-Down Raglan Baby Sweater Knitting Pattern

Sweet Dreaminess is a top-down raglan sweater that’s perfect for a first adventure into sweater knitting because there aren’t any seams. Simple stripes are fresh and fun to knit.

Plus, Baa Baa Bulky is a soft and snuggly washable Merino wool that can be tossed right in the washer – after your ends are woven in, of course!

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See yarn and needle requirements below.


Here are the specs:

Ewe Ewe Yarns Pattern #621
Designed by Heather Walpole

Sizes: 6 months (12 months, Child 2-4) 

Finished Chest Circumference: 17 (20.5, 24)” / 43 (52, 61) cm

Yarn: Ewe Ewe Yarns, Baa Baa Bulky, 132 yards per 100g skein, 100% merino wool superwash yarn, #5 bulky weight 

Color A: 1 (1, 2) skein(s) (05 Cotton Candy)
Color B: 1 (1, 1) skein (45 Soft Sage)

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Needles: 

US 10 / 6 mm set of DPNs and 16” / 40 cm circular needle
US 10.5 / 6.5 mm set of DPNs and 16-24” / 40-60 cm circular needles 

Adjust needle sizes as necessary to match gauge. 

Supplies: 4 stitch markers (1 unique for BOR), darning needle, stitch holders or waste yarn, row counter (optional)

Gauge: 14 sts and 21 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette stitch worked in the round on larger size needle taken after blocking

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Kim

Knitting for my granddaughter

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Wendi Caulfield
Great sweater pattern

I love this pattern, just fior me some parts of the pattern were confusing. I’m an intermediate knitter but maybe it’s just me. Once I figured it out, it looks great!