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Melissa Matthay

for ByMelissa   c.2005

910 Baby Wrap

One of the simplest--yet most elegant-- items you can make for a baby, the wrap cardigan is extremely practical, too. This version is extra-easy to work in a generous gauge of 4.5 sts to 1"/2.5cm, and features minimal shaping (back neck is straight and shoulders are drop). There are no special holes to accommodate the ribbon trim; you just use your tapestry needle to weave the ribbon in and out of the fabric as you see fit. Left and right fronts are written out separately as an extra boon to the newbie (no 'reversing shaping').

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • no schematics
  • sewing required
  • all season
  • straight (flat)
  • 3 sizes, 6 - 9, 12, 18 - 24 months; see data page
  • digital PDF has 1 page (letter size)
  • beginner
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 4.0 mm
    • US 6
    • 18.0 st st
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
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Thursday, March 22 2012, 20:32

The gauge listed for this pattern must be wrong -- 18 stitches and 11 rows (?) to 4" ?

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