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Robin

Knitting
September 2017
Light Fingering ?
28 stitches and 52 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
2.0 mm
481 - 962 yards (440 - 880 m)
Newborn to 5 years
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Robin’s egg

Has anyone of you ever seen one of these tiny blue Robin’s eggs? The color is just amazing. Only nature can create such beauty.

This yarn’s color was specially designed for this sweater. The garter-sweater is knitted in rounds bottom up. The sleeves are joined as you go. This pattern offers two ways to knit the yoke. You can decide whether to knit in rounds or in rows with added buttons to make it easy to be pulled over a baby’s head. The sizes A-C are worked with half-length sleeves. The bigger sizes are worked with long sleeves.

The lacy pine motive adds some lightness to this cute sweater

Sizes: A, B (C, D, E) F, G, H to fit: 45, 47 (50, 52, 55) 60, 61, 62 cm
18”, 18 ½” (19 ¾”, 20 ½”, 21 ½”) 23 ½”, 24”, 24 ¼” chest circumference

A (0-3months), B (3-6m), C (6-12m), D (12-18m), E (18-24m), F (3years), G (4y), H (5y)

Gauge: 28 sts and 52 Rds = 10 cm 4” in garter stitch in needle size 3,0mm (US 2,5).

Materials:
Yarn: 100, 100 (150, 150, 150) 150, 200, 200 g Mrs Robinson’s hand-dyed yarns, “Starlight” (100% Merino superwash; 440 Meter 480 yards/ 100 g): Color “Robin’s egg”

Needles: Size 3,0 mm (US 2,5) circular needles 80 cm 30“, dpn’s size 3,0 mm (US 2,5)

Crochet hook: Size 2,0 mm (US 0) (for option raglan yoke with buttons).

Notions: 5 Marker (1 that indicates begin of Rd); tapestry needle; 4-6 small buttons (for option raglan yoke with buttons); yarn scraps or stitch holder.