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make your own Eliot Hoodie (DIGITAL KNITTING PATTERN) Newborn to age 4 infant baby toddler

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This listing is for purchase of the PATTERN (knitting instructions) for the Eliot Hoodie. This listing is NOT to purchase the sweater itself. This pattern has been professionally edited.

The pattern is designed to challenge the experienced knitter who is comfortable working from multiple charts simultaneously, as well as performing decreases while staying in pattern. There is also a free tutorial available that demonstrates crossing cables before performing a decrease.

This cozy heirloom sweater was designed for precious wee boys and girls from newborn through preschool ages, and is suitable for both everyday wear and the most special of occasions. • It features a variety of aran cable patterns on both body and sleeves, and even up into the hood. It’s finished with a three-needle bind off and a sweet little tassel. The sweater is worked seamlessly from the bottom up and the hood is knit from the neckline up. • Shown in 18 months (green) and size 2 (white).

Finished Chest: 18 (19.75, 20.75, 22.5)(24, 26.25)”
Finished Length: 8 (9.5, 10.75, 12)(13, 14)”
Size: Newborn (6 months, 12 months, 18 months)(2, 4)
Gauge: 20 sts and 32 rows per 4” in stockinette on larger needles; 24-st Chart D Panel measures just under 3.5” on larger needles
Yarn: 320 (420, 500, 600)(720, 850) yards worsted weight yarn
Tools: Size 5 (3.75 mm) and size 6 (4 mm) circular needles and set of 5 DPNs in each size, stitch markers, cable needle
Notions: 4(4, 5, 5)(6, 6) 1” buttons

This sweater is written with experienced knitters in mind. You should be able to read your work, make some judgment calls. Additional Skills needed: knit, purl, co, basic increasing & decreasing, cabling, picking up stitches, working from multiple charts, performing work "at the same time"

You can find any of my projects/patterns on ravelry under the username "TotTopper" where you can see more examples of this design and others, and the yarn that I have used.
This listing is for purchase of the PATTERN (knitting instructions) for the Eliot Hoodie. This listing is NOT to purchase the sweater itself. This pattern has been professionally edited.

The pattern is designed to challenge the experienced knitter who is comfortable working from multiple charts simultaneously, as well as performing decreases while staying in pattern. There is also a free tutorial available that demonstrates crossing cables before performing a decrease.

This cozy heirloom sweater was designed for precious wee boys and girls from newborn through preschool ages, and is suitable for both everyday wear and the most special of occasions. • It features a variety of aran cable patterns on both body and sleeves, and even up into the hood. It’s finished with a three-needle bind off and a sweet little tassel. The sweater is worked seamlessly from the bottom up and the hood is knit from the neckline up. • Shown in 18 months (green) and size 2 (white).

Finished Chest: 18 (19.75, 20.75, 22.5)(24, 26.25)”
Finished Length: 8 (9.5, 10.75, 12)(13, 14)”
Size: Newborn (6 months, 12 months, 18 months)(2, 4)
Gauge: 20 sts and 32 rows per 4” in stockinette on larger needles; 24-st Chart D Panel measures just under 3.5” on larger needles
Yarn: 320 (420, 500, 600)(720, 850) yards worsted weight yarn
Tools: Size 5 (3.75 mm) and size 6 (4 mm) circular needles and set of 5 DPNs in each size, stitch markers, cable needle
Notions: 4(4, 5, 5)(6, 6) 1” buttons

This sweater is written with experienced knitters in mind. You should be able to read your work, make some judgment calls. Additional Skills needed: knit, purl, co, basic increasing & decreasing, cabling, picking up stitches, working from multiple charts, performing work "at the same time"

You can find any of my projects/patterns on ravelry under the username "TotTopper" where you can see more examples of this design and others, and the yarn that I have used.

Reviews

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Reviewed by Gabriela
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 20, 2017
Amazing pattern, well written. Thank you.
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Reviewed by cindyspodek1
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 12, 2017
Direction were really good
Turned out great
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Reviewed by addis4263
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 31, 2017
Wonderful, easy pattern! Am anxious to make more to donate to the local hospital preemies. . thank you so much
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