Deb Gemmell

for Cabin Fever   2009

622 Last Minute Baby (preemie - 6 months)

Well, the title says it all, doesn't it? This is a blindingly fast, really minimal-effort garment with long or cap/vest sleevelets that you could probably whip up in an evening-- and as usual from Cabin Fever, there's no seaming or finishing-- everything's built-in. There are short rows to shape the little V neck, but no wrapping to intimidate or confuse. Buttonholes are kept to only three. This is the kind of pure and elegant design that would look great in a variegated or hand-dyed yarn just as much as a solid, and can be as conservative or wild as your dreams for the baby. Sizing is controlled by the needle size you use; the instructions use only one set of numbers. (The 1824 Wool was an Aran weight, typically knitting to 18 stitches and 24 rows on a US8/5mm needle.)

(This is the bestselling Patternfish baby pattern from 2013--ed.)

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • no schematics
  • no sewing
  • all season
  • top-down, no sewing
  • preemie, 0-3 months or 6 months
  • digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size)
  • easy
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 5.5 mm
    • US 9
    • 18.0 st st
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 6.0 mm
    • US 10
    • 16.0 st st
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 6.5 mm
    • US 10.5
    • 14.0 st st
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
622 006 622_-_last_minute_baby.pdf-1data 622_-_last_minute_baby.pdf-2data2

Show Me More by this ...

People who bought this, also bought ...

  • Diamond1498_scarfshrug.pdf-1main
    • Diamond Yarn
    • Scarf Shrug
  • Img_0417ab
    • Linda Skuja
    • Slide Tank Top (Crochet)
  • S111kp-10060220-50
    • HeartStrings FiberArts
    • Beaded Shamrock Friendship Bracelet
  • 203_-_autumn_leavesmain
    • Cabin Fever
    • Autumn Leaves
  • Hayfield-7122-7-waistcoat.pdf-1main
    • Hayfield
    • Waistcoat


For support questions, please email support@patternfish.com instead for faster response.

New Review:

New reviews will be available soon.