Eimear Baby/Toddler Aran Sweater PDF Knitting Pattern
This little sweater features cable work on the front only, with stocking stitch being used on the back and sleeves – ideal for when you don’t want a bulkier sweater, but would still like some interesting detail. It will knit up quickly, too. This is also a good introduction to cable-work if you have not worked with it before - as there is only the front panel, it will not be overwhelming. Eimear is pronounced Ee-mer and means “swift.”
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Finished Garment Measurements
Chest: 23 (25, 27)”
Length: 11 (11½, 12)” – adjustable
Sleeves: 9 (9½, 10)” - adjustable
You will need:
5-6 oz worsted yarn – I used Bernat Super Value worsted, 7 oz ball (424 yds)
Straight knitting needles, sizes 3.25 mm (U.K. 10, U.S. 3) and 4.00 mm (U.K. 8, U.S. 6)
Yarn needle for sewing up
Three or four buttons or small toggles
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