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A garter stitch kimono jacket with contrasting button band, asymmetrical neck option, and lots of room to grow. This pattern includes exact instructions for Sport and Aran weight options, as well as schematics and measurements for other yarn weights and gauges.

Sport Weight Version
Yarn: Cosymakes Rainbow Chard Light, Snapdragon Sport, or another sport weight yarn, 385(450, 475, 500, 525, 550, 650) yds 352(411.5, 434.3, 457.2, 480, 503, 594.4) m and a bit of contrasting color for the front band
Needles: size 7 US 4.5 mm circular needle, or whatever size needle you need to get gauge
Gauge: 5.25 sts/in. 2.5 cm
Sizes: 3 mo. (6, 12, 18, 24, 2, 4) or chest size 16(17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23) in. 40.6(43.2, 45.7, 48.3, 50.8, 53.3, 58.4) cm

Aran Weight Version
Yarn: Cosymakes Rainbow Chard or another aran weight yarn, 285(330, 350, 370, 390, 410, 475) yds 260.6(302, 320, 338.3, 356.6, 375, 434.3) m and a bit of contrasting color for the front band
Needles: size 10 US 6 mm circular needle, or whatever size needle you need to get gauge
Gauge: 15.5 sts/4 in. 10.2 cm
Sizes: 3 mo. (6, 12, 18, 24, 2, 4) or chest size 16(17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23) in. 40.6(43.2, 45.7, 48.3, 50.8, 53.3, 58.4) cm

Additional Note: After putting the 3 month old size on my 3 month old, the asymmetrical neck seems wide on that size baby. For the smallest sizes, I think the V neck will fit better. Or another solution might be to make a size smaller sweater, since it’s so roomy to begin with. Another option would be to make a less drapey sweater by sticking with the needle size recommended on the ball band.

Also note, the sleeves needed to be rolled up.