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Baby/toddler tank top ("Sweetness") knitting pattern (PDF)

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**This listing is for a PDF knitting pattern, NOT a knitted item.**

This delicious little top is essentially a sampler of easy stranded, lace and texture patterns. Therefore, it’s a perfect project for enthusiastic beginners who want to try out these techniques. Don’t be intimidated!

SIZE INFORMATION

Pattern gives instructions for sizes 3 months to 24 months.

Each size looks a little bit different, so most of them are pictured (in order from smallest to largest) so you can see how they’ll turn out. (3-month size is not shown, but it is extremely similar to the 6-month size.) Length measurements given don’t include the straps.

* 3 months: finished chest: 15.5”/39.5cm, length 9.25”/23.5cm
* 6 months: finished chest 16”/40.5cm, length 10.25”/26cm
* 12 months: finished chest 17”/43cm, length 10.75”/27.5cm
* 18 months: finished chest 18”/46cm, length 12.75”/32.5cm
* 24 months: finished chest 19”/48cm, length 16”/40.5cm

YARN REQUIREMENTS

Models used James C. Brett "Kool Kotton", DK weight, 50% cotton/50% acrylic as the main colour, and TLC "Cotton Plus Solid", worsted weight, 51% cotton/49% acrylic as the contrast colour.

Each ball of the main colour is assumed to contain 140 yards.

* 3 months: 2 balls of main colour, approx. 20 yards of contrast colour
* 6 months: 2 balls of main colour, approx. 20 yards of contrast colour
* 12 months: 2 balls of main colour, approx. 25 yards of contrast colour
* 18 months: 2 balls of main colour (although if you tend to use up more yarn than the average knitter, get 3 just to be safe), approx. 30 yards of contrast colour
* 24 months: 3 balls of main colour, approx. 65 yards of contrast colour

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

* stitch marker
* 3”/8cm of ribbon about 0.25”/0.5cm wide; or 43”/109cm of ribbon if you’re using ribbons for the straps instead of knitting i-cord
* (optional) 1 USG/US6/4mm crochet hook if you are crocheting chains for the straps instead of knitting i-cord


(c) 2008 Kathleen Sperling. Not for reproduction or distribution.
**This listing is for a PDF knitting pattern, NOT a knitted item.**

This delicious little top is essentially a sampler of easy stranded, lace and texture patterns. Therefore, it’s a perfect project for enthusiastic beginners who want to try out these techniques. Don’t be intimidated!

SIZE INFORMATION

Pattern gives instructions for sizes 3 months to 24 months.

Each size looks a little bit different, so most of them are pictured (in order from smallest to largest) so you can see how they’ll turn out. (3-month size is not shown, but it is extremely similar to the 6-month size.) Length measurements given don’t include the straps.

* 3 months: finished chest: 15.5”/39.5cm, length 9.25”/23.5cm
* 6 months: finished chest 16”/40.5cm, length 10.25”/26cm
* 12 months: finished chest 17”/43cm, length 10.75”/27.5cm
* 18 months: finished chest 18”/46cm, length 12.75”/32.5cm
* 24 months: finished chest 19”/48cm, length 16”/40.5cm

YARN REQUIREMENTS

Models used James C. Brett "Kool Kotton", DK weight, 50% cotton/50% acrylic as the main colour, and TLC "Cotton Plus Solid", worsted weight, 51% cotton/49% acrylic as the contrast colour.

Each ball of the main colour is assumed to contain 140 yards.

* 3 months: 2 balls of main colour, approx. 20 yards of contrast colour
* 6 months: 2 balls of main colour, approx. 20 yards of contrast colour
* 12 months: 2 balls of main colour, approx. 25 yards of contrast colour
* 18 months: 2 balls of main colour (although if you tend to use up more yarn than the average knitter, get 3 just to be safe), approx. 30 yards of contrast colour
* 24 months: 3 balls of main colour, approx. 65 yards of contrast colour

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

* stitch marker
* 3”/8cm of ribbon about 0.25”/0.5cm wide; or 43”/109cm of ribbon if you’re using ribbons for the straps instead of knitting i-cord
* (optional) 1 USG/US6/4mm crochet hook if you are crocheting chains for the straps instead of knitting i-cord


(c) 2008 Kathleen Sperling. Not for reproduction or distribution.

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