Baby sweater

Bill's picture

just finished a sweater for my 18 month old grandson.'s knitted with two strands of a navy twist wool and cotton blend...machine washable... the yarn was a bit over $100. !!!!
I adapted a Debbie Bliss pattern so I could do it on circular needles... using steeks for the neckline and sleeves...
the hood is added by picking up the stitches all around...
it's a really beautiful shade of navy... a bright navy twisted with a deep navy...

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kiwiknitter's picture

Absolutely fantastic! He's

Absolutely fantastic! He's a lucky little lad! And, it's great to hear from a fellow steaker! I was interested to know about the Lana Grossa wools. I have their pattern books for men's wear and they are great; I have been considering purchasing their wool.

My knitting is totally tubular!

universe's picture

That is absolutely gorgeous.

That is absolutely gorgeous. I love the color of the yarn, working in a childrend clothing store I know that sweater would, and can sell for more that what you paid for the yarn. I unfortunately have only just started knitting and I am knitting my first baby sweater, I can only hope that I can get to be as good as you. Especially since the people I am knitting for live in upstate NY, I am sure I will get lots of practice. HAPPY KNITTING EVERYONE!!!

MMario's picture

Since the Buffalo/Niagera

Since the Buffalo/Niagera region had a foot of snow last night, you can say that again!

MMario - I don't live in the 21st Century - but I play a character who does.

ronhuber's picture

That is a truly beautiful

That is a truly beautiful sweater, Bill. Congratulations. I am sure it will be appreciated. Where I am now, it snowed today so a sweater with a hood would have fit the bill.

Bill's picture

Thank you! grandson

Thank you! grandson has just moved to Michigan...and it snowed today!
..checking the label of my's by Lana Grossa and is 45% cotton, 42% virgin wool and 13% polyamid.
...really lovely stuff!

Kerry's picture

Bill, what a beautiful

Bill, what a beautiful garment for your grandson. The yarn seems to have a sheen.