Bruadair baby toddler aran knitting pattern PDF
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This little sweater features the same pattern as my Aisling design, and is in response to the many requests for it to be featured with a round neck instead of the Aisling cross-over collar. There is a central honeycomb pattern, flanked by diamonds and cables, and the edges are worked in double moss stitch. Bruadair means “dream” or “vision” in Irish (the same as Aisling), and is pronounced “brew-a-dir.”
Actual garment measurements:
Chest: 20 (22, 24)”
Length from back of neck: 9¾ (10¾, 11¾)”
Sleeve seam: 6 (6¾, 7½)”
You will need:
Red Heart Soft yarn, 5oz (141g), 256yd (234m) – 2 balls, or equivalent yarn
Knitting needles: 4mm (8 U.K., 6 U.S.) and 3.25mm (10 U.K., 3 U.S.)
Spare knitting needles or stitch holders
Yarn needle for sewing up
Gauge: 22 sts + 28 rows = 4” in stocking stitch using larger needles
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