Micheal aran baby sweater PDF knitting pattern
This little sweater features a bold cable design on the front, with stocking stitch on the back and sleeves – ideal for when you don’t want a bulky sweater, but would still like some detail. It will knit up quickly and is a good introduction to cable-work if you are a novice knitter, as the front panel will not be overwhelming. Micheal (pronounced Mee-hall) is the Irish version of Michael, and means “who is like God.”
Note: You will receive the PDF in your e-mail from email@example.com - depending on where you are in the world, you may receive your pattern within a few minutes or a few hours. Please check your junk folder just in case! This is a written pattern - there is no chart.
Finished Garment Measurements
Chest – 19 (21, 23)”
Length – 9 (9½, 10½)” – adjustable
Sleeve - 5½ (6½, 7½)” - adjustable
You will need:
5-6 oz worsted yarn – I used Lorini Double Knitting from my yarn stash, but believe it may not be readily available any more.
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 small buttons
20 sts + 28 rows = 4” in stocking stitch on larger size needles – take time to check your gauge and adjust your needle size if necessary
All Other Countries
First Item: $ 0.00
Additional Items: $ 0.00
To keep postage costs down for the buyer, I ship by the most economical method - unless the buyer is in a rush, then I will find the expedient way.
I ship from Canada, and small packages must fit through a slot at the post office in order to qualify for reasonable postage rates. For example, a pair of earrings in a small jewellery box will cost four times the postage as the same pair wrapped securely in bubble wrap and tissue paper - even if both packages weigh the same. For this reason, I will not use jewellery boxes when shipping.
Unless something is damaged in shipping, I will not do returns nor exchanges.
PurplePup has not yet received any comments from shoppers.