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8101-4, 208-10 Setesdal Baby/Children's Set

Knitting
January 2002
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches in Colorwork
US 0 - 2.0 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
2.0 mm
540 - 1260 yards (494 - 1152 m)
0/3, 6/9, 12/18 months 2, 3, 4 years

Cardigan, Pullover, Pants, Cap & Mittens

Summary 6 sizes, colorwork, fair isle, steeks, 2 colors, dpns & circular needles needed for all needle sizes.

Note: The version in 208, 124, and 8101 only have the first 3 sizes (up to 12/18 months).

Yarn Requirements

Cardigan

  • 2 / 3 / 4 / 4 / 5 / 5 balls of Main Color
  • 1 ball of Contrast Color for all sizes

Pullover, Cap & Mittens

  • 2 / 3 / 3 / 4 / 4 / 4 balls of Main Color
  • 2 / 3 / 3 / 4 / 4 / 4 balls of Contrast Color

Pants

  • 4 / 4 / 5 / 5 / 6 / 6 balls of Main Color
  • 1 ball of Contrast Color for all sizes

Finished Measurements

Cardigan & Pullover

  • Cardigan Chest Width 20 1/2” (52 cm), 22 7/8” (58 cm), 25 1/4” (64 cm), 26 3/4” (68 cm), 28 3/8” (72 cm), 29 7/8” (76 cm)
  • Pullover Chest Width 19 3/4” (50 cm), 22” (56 cm), 24 3/8” (62 cm), 26” (66 cm), 27 5/8” (70 cm), 29 1/8” (74 cm)
  • Body Length 11 3/4” (30 cm), 12 5/8” (32 cm), 13 3/8” (34 cm), 14 1/8” (36 cm), 15” (38 cm), 15 3/4” (40 cm)
  • Sleeve Length to Underarm 8 5/8” (22 cm), 9 1/2” (24 cm), 11” (28 cm), 11 3/4” (30 cm), 12 5/8” (32 cm), 13 3/8” (34 cm)
  • Armhole Depth 4 3/4” (12 cm), 5 1/8” (13 cm), 5 1/2” (14 cm), 5 7/8” (15 cm), 6 1/4” (16 cm), 6 3/4” (17 cm)

Pants

  • Hip Width 26 3/4” (68 cm), 29 7/8” (76 cm), 31 1/2” (80 cm), 33 1/8” (84 cm), 33 7/8” (86 cm), 34 5/8” (88 cm)
  • Pant Length 17 3/8” (44 cm), 19 3/4” (50 cm), 21 1/4” (54 cm), 22 7/8” (58 cm), 24 3/8” (62 cm), 26” (66 cm)
  • Leg Lenth 9” (23 cm), 10 5/8” (27 cm), 11 3/8” (29 cm), 12 1/4” (31 cm), 13” (33 cm), 13 3/4” (35 cm)

Pattern Description Setesdal represents Norway’s most traditional design of the 19th century. The name originates in the beautiful Setesdalen valley, and is part of the traditional costume of this region. Also one of Norway’s most famous designs, it has been used many times in patterns other than Dale’s Setesdal Cardigan. Our baby Setesdal includes a boatneck pullover, cardigan, pants, cap and mittens. Truly a timeless design right for all occassions.

There is also an adult & children’s version of the Setesdal sweater. This sweater was the OL-Genseren (Olympic Sweater) for the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary. It is knit out of heavier sport/dk weight yarn.