Pattern note: “kfb twice” means “kfb, slip marker, kfb”
Constructed seamlessly, top down and mainly in the round, Ramona Ruth is a swingy little number for a newish baby. Worked in a single skein of yarn and easy enough to complete in a few days, you’ll love its special touches. A little twisted rib placket makes the neckhole large enough for the biggest of baby heads. With no need for buttons, this will be ready to wear straight off the needles. The stitch pattern on the bottom skirt is adapted from the Tuscany pattern in Amy Singer’s book No Sheep for You.