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Sweater Coat

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Sweater Coat

This sweater has a fuller bottom than the regular Cardigan. I used Snuggly Wuggly from Michaels and a G hook. Snuggly Wuggly is now my new favorite for making sweaters.

Newborn size.

Guage:
4 sts to the inch, and 2 rows to the 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 will form the armholes, if you don't know how to do that click here.
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 1, turn.

Row 7: SC across, ch 1, turn.

Row 8: *SC in next 2 STS, work 2 SC in next st* repeat *to* across. Ending with a SC in each of last 2 STs. Ch 2, turn
Row 9-19: DC across. ch 2, turn.

Row 20: sc across.

Trim:
Chain 1, work sc up front edge, 3 sc in corner, sc around neck, 3 sc in corner, sc down left side placing buttonholes where you want, 3 sc in bottom corner, sc across bottom edge, put 2sc in last corner, join to first sc. join. finish off.


Sleeves
Attach yarn at middle stitch underarm
row 1-9: ch 2, dc in each st around. Join.
row 10: ch 1, sc in each st around. Join, finish off.
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 post just the link.

Comments

elodie said…
hi i'am french i see your blog and i want to tell is so beautiful!
Hi;
I used this pattern for my first garment. Its a very beginner friendly pattern ,I had no problems at all, it turned out great. Thank you
Deborah
Beautiful sweater pattern! I went out to Michael's and bought a skein of Snuggly Wuggly yarn to try it out! How many dc's equal an inch on your sweater? Thanks for another wonderful pattern!!!
Kelly said…
Hi Beth, it is 4sts to the inch and 2 rows and a smidge to the inch.
Sitaraman said…
Hello, my name is Radhika and I am new to your blog. I love to knit and crochet and have been trying some baby sweaters recently. Just wanted to say that the sweater coat pattern is so beautiful. I am going to knit it for a friend who is expecting her second baby. Will this size fit a new born?
Kelly said…
Yes,it is a newborn size.
Kelly
I love your sweater pattern!! The
charity group I belong to will be having a sweater drive in June and I know I will be using this pattern to make some of the because it it is so cute and looks like it will make up quickly. We want as many babies as possible to have sweaters for winter!! My question: Did you us the snuggly
wuggly 4 ply or the baby yarn. I have never used it but have so much yarn here in 4 ply that I am hoping that you used 4 ply yarn.
But then again, it would give me an excuse to go out and buy more!! LOL
Kelly said…
The Snuggly Wuggly is baby yarn. The 4ply has a different name, I think its called Impeccable.
Mary said…
Hi, I´m 6 month pregnant and i wish to make a sweater. Neverless I cant understand the instructions... please help!!!
Anonymous said…
Wondering if there is a pattern for the hat pictured with the sweater coat. Thanx

Angela
Kelly said…
Hat:
http://mannerscrochetandcraft.blogspot.com/2010/01/basic-baby-hat.html
Anonymous said…
I love this sweater coat it is so easy I have made two already and going to making a third one. Thanks
Lisa said…
I finally bought a skein of Snuggly Wuggly yarn used it to make this sweater. I love it! I can't wait to buy more for other projects.

I received quite a few compliments on the pattern while I was working on it. Thanks for sharing it!
Anonymous said…
Followed your instructions and found that when I did the first sweater was too small (I crochet tightly) so I tried a larger hook and it worked beautifully. I am now working on my 3rd sweater!
Anonymous said…
I love this pattern. Have made several and have another one to do when our friend's premie comes home. I needed to make a sweater for a teddy bear, so I used a very small hook and it fit perfectly. Thanks so much for your paterns.
Melanie said…
I LOVE this pattern! Just finished making it and it was/is the first sweater I've ever done! Turned out great and the directions were easy to follow! Thank you so much for sharing this! I can't wait to make more!
Rody said…
I would like to make this sweater for my grandaughter in size 6 mos. What size hook would you suggest? Also I would like to make the hat, is there a pattern for that?
Kelly said…
I would try an "H" or an "I" hook. Also a worsted weight yarn like Simply Soft would help get it bigger too. The hat pattern is in the side bar.
Becky said…
I just happened onto your blog from a crochet pattern website and planning to make several of your patterns. They're wonderful!
Anonymous said…
How many skeins does this sweater take?
Kelly said…
Less than one skein.
Enjy said…
Hello, thank you for your beautiful patterns I have done the jacket and I will do the hat soon. Thanks for sharing your patterns.
Anonymous said…
Could I use red heart 4 ply worsted weight for a 1 month old? Do I need to change hook size or anything? Thanks :-)
Kelly said…
I think that would be too thick. I would stick to a baby or sport weight yarn. You can go up a hook size to make it a little bigger.
Danee said…
LOVE all of the sweaters plus everything:)
Jen said…
does this only take one skein of yarn?
Kelly said…
It takes less than one skein if using the yarn called for in the pattern.
Anonymous said…
beautiful sweater Kelly, wondering if you can tell me with the finished length, from shoulder to bottom?
Edie said…
We have no Michael's so wondering how thick this yarn is. What would you suggest for a substitute. Sport weight? DK or knitting worsted?
Thanks
Kelly said…
a sport or dk weight will work.
Crystal2305 said…
Would this fit a 7lb baby?
Crystal2305 said…
Would this fit a 7lb baby?
Kelly said…
Yes it should fit a 7lb baby.
Tammy Rustmann said…
I love this pattern thank you so much for posting it. I made 23 of them for charity! They will be ship all over the world.thanks to
www.umcor.com
Thanks again Tammy
Tammy Rustmann said…
Thank you so much for posting this pattern. I can make one in about three hours and have made 23 for charity so far. They will be sent all over the world thanks to www.umcor.com
Thanks again Tammy
Tammy Rustmann said…
Thank you so much for posting this pattern. I can make one in about three hours and have made 23 for charity so far. They will be sent all over the world thanks to www.umcor.com
Thanks again Tammy
I loved making this sweater. How would i increase the pattern for a 6 month old baby?
Kelly said…
I would suggest using a heavier weight yarn and an H hook.

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