Kurtis Kaiser 25 October at Rhondda Mol 21 August at Would you like to make a matching hat? You might like this size better. They are very quick to complete
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Sign in or Become a Member. You no longer have digital access to ratings and reviews. Make a Donation Newsletters. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. I haven't knitted for years but suddenly got the urge when I found your blog.
I am on my 4th little top now all of which will be raising money for charity. They are so easy and relaxing to make and use so little yarn. My first sweater in DK, was very small, I used 2 strands for the next one, it was perfect. But I liked the feel, and look of the single strand. Will using the larger pattern, say 6 months, give me an approx 3 months size , and so on. I don't have the experience to recalculate the pattern for the thinner yarn.
I have made this pattern for all the little girls in my life. I have the Bernat Jacquards yarn and would like to know the secret of getting it to knit correctly. Every time I try it the rows do not work up to a pattern. I would love to use this yarn but don't know the secret. Thanks for all your patterns. I just strated ith the pattern for 3 months old and I have a problem with 9th row. It doesn't add up to 75 stitches, I only get I triple checked the pattern and I am quite certain that I followed your instructions exactly.
Please help with some advice, since I would really like to finish this lovely top for my first newborn that is due in a few days. Thank you for all the amazing work that you do. Hi im having problems on row 9 i always end up with 71 stitches not 75 please help many thanks.
I'm looking for your all in one top down pattern and can't seem to find it can you help me please. Hi, I just wanted to thank you for sharing your beautiful patterns with us. I have made several of the knitted from the top jumpers for my new little grand daughter, they are so easy to make.
I am going to make some of the premature baby ones to donate to the local hospital. Knitting is my therapy at the moment: Hello Miss Marianna, I am a new beginner knitter and I have to say I loved and enjoyed making your ribbed sleeveless cardigan baby sweater, but I can't seem to find the other style pattern showing the stockinette baby sleeveless cardigan.
Can you please tell me where to find it on your wonderful blog. Hi Marianna, I am so glad to see all your beautiful projects.. I have just started doing your all in one age and I have completed Row 30 which leaves me with 81 sts K4, k2,m1 18times, K1, m1 k2, m1 17times, k Kindly advice help me on same..
Avril I am knitting the same pattern and have exactly the same problem! I think I'll have to do my own maths to recalculate the stitches. After R31 it's just straight knitting to end. Thank you soooo much for the lovely patterns. I want to ask u can I knit ur above pattern with 5mm needle throughout or is it must to knit with ONLY 4mm throughout?
How much would a cashmere sweater cost? I am making the all in one early born sweater. I was doing fine until row twenty five when was asked to knit some and cast off some.
Then in the next row I was asked to knit a row. Well how can I with middle of the row all cast off. If I tried to knit the next stitch it makes a big loop in the middle. I also knitted this lovely All-in-One top for my nephew's baby. Every pattern seems to be so nice and I learn lots about knitting from you.
Hi there, I love this Jacket!! Thank you for your patterns! My neighbor who are extremely poor 's teenage daughter just had a surprise baby she had no idea she was even pregnant. She didn't have time to get anything, and needs everything. I'm going to be making her a bunch of different sweaters from your patterns. Thank you for sharing freely! Just made the "All-in-One Baby Top" in the month size as a gift for a 1-mo old baby girl. It came out great, and looks adorable, just like in your photos!
The pattern was easy to follow and I look forward to making the short and long-sleeve versions as well at some point. Thanks for making this pattern available! Hi, I've made this several times!!! Definitely my "go to" pattern I love it so much that I am hoping that you can create a bigger sized pattern, my skills are too novice to be able to figure out how to do that.
I would love if you could create toddler sizes? I've attempted using larger needles and chunkier yarn, but it think I need a proper written pattern. Marianna could you pls explain to me what is the symbol yrn? Thank you very much for yr reply.
I am knitting the sleeveless matinee top and I cannot get row 25 to come out right. I do th k18, cast off 20 stitches, k34, cast off 20, k17 but it still comes out wrong. I out figure out what I'm doing wrong. I just started knitting last year so I have some knowledge. Hi, I knit your pattern regularly in the first two sizes. I would like to vary the stitch pattern of the skirt, have you any ideas please?
I didn't see a reply to my earlier comment, but I have finished a early or small baby size. I see Unknown above had a similar problem. Row 25 only adds up to 69, so I changed 34 to 35 and was fine until row 27 when I calculated the stitches worked I only came up with 69, so again I made a change by increasing each repeat one time.
Because the pattern is girlish I would change the buttonhole to the right side next time I make it. Hi, Kassiopi Reyes Yrn means "yarn over needle " You have to bring the yarn over the needle before knit stitch this makes a button hole. Could you please tell me if this pattern can be made in cotton yarn?
I'm knitting the top For an early or small newborn baby. Row 27 - K2, yfwd, k2 tog, k2, m1 15 times, k3, m1, k2, m1 14 times, k6. Knit 2, m1 x15 and then you're almost at the end of the row and not enough stitches to do the next part x Glad that you asked this on my facebook group page: Thank you for your patterns, I use them a lot for baby clothes that I donate.
They are very quick to complete Requires 2 small buttons. Worked from the neck downwards. This makes the buttonholes and also the little eyelet holes on the yoke. Requires 3 small buttons. Hope you enjoy making them. I would love to hear your comments. For a nice variation rib the first and last 5 rows.
Cast off loosely on row 30 for the cap sleeves — if you find this difficult — use a larger needle. Would you like to make a matching hat? If you enjoy knitting this baby top - you might like to make another with sleeves: I am happy for you to use my patterns for your own use or for charity donations. You can gift or sell any finished items you make from my patterns. However, please do not copy my patterns. Posted by marianna at Ana BC 8 February at Rhondda Mol 21 August at Rhondda Mol 30 August at Betina Clemens 10 September at Anonymous 24 September at Sue 6 January at Laura Whitelaw 18 May at Sazini Malaba 17 February at Cynthia Wood 6 March at Chavie Fiszer 11 March at Rosina Smith 15 March at Kelli Gannaway 15 March at Kelli Gannaway 19 April at Maureen and Gerdi's Blog 22 March at Atkinssa 24 March at Pauline Cashman 4 April at Katie Rowsby 6 April at David Pantry 10 April at Andrew Willis 11 June at Pearl Grewal 23 June at Sandra Lawson 26 June at Kouser Rafique 7 July at Belinda Mullins 9 July at Marsha Andersen 15 July at Sue Seiber 19 July at Sue Seiber 20 July at Vollrath 5 September at Walther 6 September at
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