Bella Rebekah Cardigan by Elizabeth Alan

Bella Rebekah Cardigan

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preemie, 0-3 months, 6-12 months, 12-18 months, 18-24 months, 2T, 3T, 4-5T
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Discontinued. This digital pattern is no longer available online.

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The Forum! -

You are looking at a crochet pattern for a precious little cardigan. This cardigan is made without having to sew any pieces together! It’s a quick and easy pattern. This would be a perfect “first garment” pattern for a beginner ready to tackle their first garment pattern. It comes with a series of videos, where I do the entire cardigan on video. This little sweater can be made in a variety of sizes, by switching your yarn and hook. It can be made with short sleeves or long sleeves. The flower pattern on the headband IS included in this pattern.

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With this one pattern, you can make a variety of sizes, your gauge and yarn will determine the size you make. Accurate gauge is given for all sizes on the pattern.

Materials needed:
Yarn -
Fingering or Lace weight yarn for preemie, newborn, or 0-3 months
Sport weight yarn for 3-6 months, or 6-12 months
Dk or light worsted weight yarn for 12-18 months, 18-24 months, or 2T
Worsted weight yarn for 3T, or 4-5T

3 for the cardigan
1 for flower (to add to headbands) optional
Yarn Needle Ribbon (to add to sleeves)optional*
I do not give a recommended hook size on this pattern. The hook you need will depend on the gauge needed for the size you want to create.
If you are unfamiliar with making gauge swatches to achieve the correct gauge, I do have videos available for that.

Difficulty - Intermediate, although this is an easy pattern, and with the videos, it’s a great “first cardigan” pattern for a beginner
Stitches Used -
Ch = Chain
Hk = Hook
Lp = Loop
Ss = Slip Stitch
Sc = Single Crochet
Hdc = Half Double Crochet
Dc = Double Crochet
Htr = Half Treble Crochet
Cl = Cluster
Tcl = Triple Cluster
Rbc = Rebekah Cluster
Sk = Skip
Sp = Space
St(s) = Stitch(es)
Wk = Work

The flower is included with this pdf. There is no guesswork with this pattern. I make everything very clear!

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This pattern is copyright protected and cannot be changed, sold, or reproduced in any way.
The finished product from this pattern will be your work and property, and can be used for personal use, given as a gift, made for charity (recommended), or sold at craft fairs and websites such as Etsy.