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Old Shale Baby Cardi (0 – 12 months old)
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Level: Advanced beginner to intermediate
Any Sport / 5 ply (12 wpi) yarns – I am using Alize Sekerim Bebe Batik 2126
Yardage: 382 yards (350 meters)
Unit weight: 100 grams (3.53 ounces)
Gauge: 23.0 sts = 4 inches
Needle size: US 2½ – 4 or 3 – 3.5mm
Blunt yarn needles
4 match buttons
In this pattern, I am using 4.00m x 80 cm circular needles.
CO – cast on
K – Knit
P – Purl
YO – yarn over
PM – place marker
BO – bind off
PU – Pick up stitch
Sts – stitches
1. K2, P2
2. K2, P2
Old Shale Pattern Stitch (Multiple 18 sts)
1.(K2tog x 3), *(YO, K1) x 6 times, (K2tog x 6 times)* repeat * to * until the last 6 stitches,
k2tog x 3 times.
Cast On 68 Sts
Row 1 (Right side): Knit
Row 2 (Wrong side): Knit
Row 3: Knit
Row 4: Knit
Divide for Raglan:
Row 5: K11 (front), pm, K2, pm, K8 (sleeve), pm, K2, pm, K22 (back), pm, K2, pm, K8 (sleeve), pm, K2, pm, K11 (front)
Row 6: P all sts
** Red FONT is the increase section
Row 7: K11, YO, K2, YO, K8, YO, K2, YO, K22, YO, K2, YO, K8, YO, K2, YO, K11 (with yarn over you will increase 8 stitches along the row)
Row 8: P all sts
(By adding 1 Sts every right side row before and after K2 with yarn over as how Row 7, continue knitting in this manner by increasing 8 Sts on the right side, and purl all stitches on the wrong side, until you get 180 sts as total before dividing for sleeves – As total, you will get 32 rows from cast on.
Dividing for sleeves:
Row 33: K29, move the next 36 stitches for sleeves onto stitch holder, continue knitting 50 sts, again move the next 36 sts for second sleeves onto stitch holder, knit the next last 29 sts. Turn, Purl all stitches..
Body (you will have 108 stitches, 6 waves):
Now, leave the sleeves aside, continue knitting the body as follow:
Old Shale Pattern Stitch (Multiple 18 Sts), starting with Right Side (Odd row), and Wrong Side (Even row)
Number 1: (K2tog x 3), *[(YO, K1) x 6 times, (K2tog x 6 times)]* continue * to * for 5 times more) until the last 6 stitches, k2tog x 3 times.
Number 2: Knit
Number 3: Knit
Number 4:. Purl
Continue knitting no. 1-4 repeatedly until your desired length (or until you have 11-13 ridges), then knit No1, turn, bind off (BO). ***You can also repeat 3-4 one more time if you want the old shale stitch to look a bit bigger.
Sleeves (using Magic Loop Technique) x make 2 ( You may place a marker to point your start at the beginning of your row):
Pick up 1 Sts under armhole, move all 36 Sts to needles, pick up another 1 Sts under armhole, you will have 38 sts as total. Divide 38 Sts into two sections (18-18), knit all stitches using magic loop technique until your desired length or at least about 30 rows. Then, on the last round, PURL all the stitches, then Bind Off. This is to ensure that the sleeve doesn’t roll up. Repeat for second sleeve.
Pick Up 32 stitches at the edge of both right front and left front side (from cast on row) by making 2 x 2 ribbing (refer note). For button hole, make 4 button holes on the left side with 1- 1 ½ cm gap between holes. Continue ribbing until you have 8 rows, then bind off. Below is detail instruction.
Pick up 32 sts ( or you may also pick up from the bottom to cast on row as how you desired but only to make sure that the numbers of your pick up stitch are equal to Ribbing 2 x 2 count).
Row 1: (k2, p2) Repeat ( ) till end.
Row 2: (K2, p2) Repeat ( ) till end.
Row 3: (K2, YO,p2tog, K2, P2, K2, P2) Repeat ( ) till end.
Row 4: (k2, p2) Repeat ( ) till end.
Row 5: (K2, p2) Repeat ( ) till end.
Row 6: (k2, p2) Repeat ( ) till end.
Row 7: (K2, p2) Repeat ( ) till end.
Row 8: (k2, p2) Repeat ( ) till end.
Repeat steps above without making Yarn Over for the next Band.
Sew your favourite buttons cut all extra yarns and weave it off. Done!
Note: Please contact me if you found any error with this pattern. I am not responsible for the result you gain by using my pattern if you knit with different yarns. Thank you for trying out this design! You can match the sweet cardigan with my Old Shale Baby Beanie. Do share with me your project using this pattern. Pattern is copyrighted.
Link to Old Shale Baby Beanie
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Alhamdulillah.. siap juga akhirnya kopiah pertama designed by me 🙂 Simple tetapi agak menarik bagi saya. Saya namakannya Berry sebab rupanya macam berry pula di mata saya. Apa pendapat anda pula? Saya ambil masa lebih kurang 3 jam lebih untuk menghasilkan design ini termasuk draft pattern-nya sekali. Insya Allah, saya akan tulis pattern ini dengan lengkap secara instruction dan akan dibuka untuk jualan di Ravelry Store saya 🙂
Alhamdulillah.. After 3-hours, i finally accomplished my mission to write down the draft of this pattern, designed by me. What do you think? I named it Berry Kufi cause the stitch looks like berry for me 😛 Insya Allah, the pattern will be opened for sale in my Ravelry Store once I properly record the pattern soon. The pattern will be in written instruction, USA terms.
Alhamdulillah.. after being inspired by lots of flower hats I saw in the internet, I decided to make one for myself.. and yes! I did it 🙂 Simple yet cute i think lol.. Things that really catch my eyes is the flower with 3 layers that I just crochet without a pattern, and can’t believe it worked!
I love the flower.. the blue colour was a good choice and I really think it does makes the combination of the colour look sweet. (Correct me if i am wrong ya!)
I am planning to make more of this. More to baby size so that I can put more stuffs in the shop hihi.. I am using 4 colours from the Nako Baby Luks Minnos yarns. One thing for sure, I’m going to collect more of these yarns again with bonus of adding more colours in my collection. Besides, plain colours are perfect for designing your own project and now I understand why knitters/crocheters always prefer plain colours when starting a project. hence.. we will bring more plain colours soon in store, insyaAllah.. may Allah swt make it easier for all of us.. amin amin amin ya rabbal’alamin. <3
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