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Friday, February 25, 2011

Newborn Pumpkin Sweater














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Bernat Baby Coordinates in Tangerine Dream
Size G hook

Size: newborn




Chain 36

Row 1:

dc in 4th ch from hook and next 3 chs,

3 dc in next ch,

dc in next 5 chs,

3 dc in next ch,

dc in next 10 chs,

3 dc in next ch,

dc in next 5 chs,

3 dc in next ch,

dc in last 5 chs.

ch 2, turn.



rows 2-5: dc in each dc across putting 3dc in center dc of 3dc group below. Ch 2, turn.



row 6: dc across to center of first 3dc group, ch 4, skip across to next 3dc, dc in center st and each st across to center st of 3rd dc group, ch4, skip to last 3dc put dc in center of 3dc group and across to end. ch 2, turn. *Armhole construction tutorial*



row 7: dc in each dc and chain across. ch 2, turn.



rows 8-15: dc in each dc across. Ch 2, turn.



First a few comments on the buttonband for you before you get started. The buttonband is worked up and down the fronts of the sweater for 3 rows. On this sweater I see that I worked 2 sc in the end of each row but sometimes that makes a wavy edge so I do 2sc in one row and 1sc in the next, so its not too tight I go up one size hook for the edging. Also depending on the size of the buttons you will have to adjust how many chain spaces you will need to fit the button. And how many buttons you are using, make the same amount of holes (obviously:).



.Buttonband: work sc up right side of sweater following instructions at the beginning of the pattern. Ch 1 turn, sc in first st, work buttonhole, sc in next. Work down front placing buttonholes accordingly. Ch 1 turn work sc in each sc and chain space up front of sweater.

At top corner put 3sc and work sc around the neckline, put 3sc in corner st, work 3 rows of sc down and up and down the front left side. Put 3sc in bottom corner and sc across bottom edge. Finish off.



Sleeves: join yarn to center stitch at bottom on armhole, DC around.

Work 10 rows total for sleeves

Row11, sc around sleeve.

2010 Kelly Kearney

Boys T-Shirt

Size: Newborn
Hook: G-7
Yarn: Bernat Baby Sport
Guage: 4sts per inch, 2 rows per inch
  Chain 36
Row 1:
dc in 4th ch from hook and next 3 chs,
3 dc in next ch,
dc in next 5 chs,
3 dc in next ch,
dc in next 10 chs,3 dc in next ch,
dc in next 5 chs,
3 dc in next ch,
dc in last 5 chs.
ch 2, turn.

rows 2-5: dc in each dc across putting 3dc in center

dc of 3dc group below. Ch 2, turn.

row 6: dc across to center of first 3dc group, ch 4, skip

across to next 3dc, dc in center st and each st across to
center st of 3rd dc group, ch4, skip to last 3dc put dc in
center of 3dc group and across to end. ch 2, turn.
 *Armhole construction tutorial*

row 7: dc in every dc and chain. Join, ch 2.

row 8: dc in next 4 sts, *(2dc in next st, dc in next 5 sts)*
work from *to* around.
It won't work out evenly, just dc in however many stitches
 you have left after the last
increase. ( The sample I made is wrong, I will correct this
 to tell you how many dc's
to the end)

rows 9-16: ch 2, dc around. Join.

For row 17 you can sc around, I did the "crab stitch" which
is also called reverse single crochet.

Sleeves-
Attach yarn at middle st under arm.

rows 1-4: Ch 2, DC in each st around, join.

row 5: ch1, sc in each st around, join. finish off.

(I also did reverse crochet for the last sleeve row.)

Back and Neck trim:
Join yarn in the back opening on the left side,
Ch 1, sc up the side, 3sc in corner st,
sc across neckline, 3sc in corner st,
sc in next, chain 3, sc in same end of row.(buttonhole)

sc evenly down right side.
finish off.

Sew button on left side of back opening across
from buttonhole.

You can make my Shorts Pattern to make a complete outfit.













 ©Kelly Kearney 2010
If you make one as a gift, please consider making one for charity.
Do not sell pattern or items made from pattern.
Do not post pattern on another site, please just post the link.

Azalea Dress

Size: Newborn
Hook: G-6
Yarn: TLC Baby
Guage: 4 Stitches per inch, 2 rows per inch
Chain 36

Row 1:
dc in 4th ch from hook and next 3 chs,
3 dc in next ch,
dc in next 5 chs,
3 dc in next ch,
dc in next 10 chs,
3 dc in next ch,
dc in next 5 chs,
3 dc in next ch,
dc in last 5 chs.
ch 2, turn.

rows 2-5: dc in each dc across putting 3dc in center dc of 3dc group below. Ch 2, turn.

row 6: dc across to center of first 3dc group, ch 6, skip across to next 3dc, dc in center st
 and each st across to center st of 3rd dc group, ch 6, skip to last 3dc put dc in center of
3dc group and across to end. ch 2, turn. *Armhole construction tutorial*
row 7: DC in each stitch and chain across. Join.
The skirt is worked in the round.
row 8:  chain 2,dc,chain 2, 2dc in joining stitch.  *Skip 1 st, work (2dc, ch 2, 2dc) in next st* 
work from * to * around. Join top of ch 2.
row 9-19: slip stitch in next dc, slip stitch to chain 1 space. In chain 1 space: ch 2, dc, ch 1, 2dc.
Work (2dc, ch 1, 2dc) in each chain 1 space around.
row 20: After you join row 19, ch 1, sc in same st and each stitch around. Finish off.
You can work as many rows as you like for the skirt.
Enjoy!!!
© 2010 Kelly Kearney
If you make one as a gift, please consider making one for charity.
Do not sell pattern or items made from pattern.
Do not post pattern on another site, please just post the link.

Nubby Stitch Preemie Blanket





18”X18”
Size I hook
One skein of I Love This Yarn, I used just about the whole skein.

Pattern uses a multiple of 2 stitches if you want to adjust the size

Ch 60 loosely-

Row 1: (right side) Sc in 2nd chain from hook and each ch across.

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st sc, *tr in next sc, sc in next sc, repeat from *
Across.

Row 3: ch 1 turn, sc across.

Repeat rows 2 & 3 until blanket is square. Mine was 18” x 18”.
I counted 29 “nubs” across, so I worked until I had 29 “nubs” to the top.

So if you don’t have a ruler handy, this is an easy way to count.

You can also work it until it is a rectangle that would look nice too, but
You will need more yarn.

©Kelly Kearney 2010

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