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Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Baby's cardigan top to bottom knit

This is a new style of knitting to me but it works and its quick,  I am pleased with the result if only I could get the colour to match the photo,  after nearly 50 takes these are the nearest photos to the colour, in every type of light and in all sorts of places in the house,  well these will have to do. Its call an 'An-in-one-baby Top,  or a cardigan to you and me of a certain age.  Its in medium Fern Green in double knitting wool. Starting at the neck line and working down to the top of the sleeves and then proceeding down to the bottom,  you then pick up for the sleeves and knit them down to the cuff.  The cap was easy to knit and compliments the cardigan perfectly.
 I have done another one which is waiting for me to finish off thats in cream,  at least that will be easier to photo.
The pattern is free from  Mariannas Lazy Daisy Days,   she does have other patterns, so do pop over and have a look.
From a very windy wet/ snow day here in Somerset Take Care


  1. Love the green, Margaret wonderful layette I could see this over so many beautiful things, very English :)

  2. What a lovely coat and hat, I love to see babies in home made knits, just like we did lol, I am sure the colour is fab....

  3. These are really gorgeous!
    Kevin xx

  4. It's gorgeous Margaret, some baby will be very cosy in this...xx


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