Thank you so much Jennifer Casa for this adorable pattern which you have graciously offered us all for free.
I followed GraceIvy’s modifications - she does such beautiful work - http://www.ravelry.com/projects/GraceIvy/neighborly - but added another 8 rows of gooseberry green in sequence simply because it needed to be longer.
Despite using 5mm needles and my guage being pretty spot on I found the size a little small for a 4/5 year old but it fits my little Angélique beautifully.
I’ve said it before and I will say it again; Rooster yarns are delicious to work with. Go try some yourselves ;-)
I named it after the sweet heady fragrance of the Linden trees beside the church, where we took the pictures, which are in full bloom.