Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Premature Baby - Kinzie Baby Top and Hat

 
Premature babies are so precious .....
 
and they deserve a really special little baby top and matching hat.
 
 
Large Premature                 Kinzie Baby Tops                  Medium Premature


 
 
 

Kinzie Baby Jacket    ~  Medium Premature Baby       

 

Size:
Width:           13"

Length:         6"

 

Tension: 

22sts = 4" (10cm)

 

Requires:

Around 28g of DK (8ply) yarn

2 buttons

 

Using DK yarn and 4mm needles ~

Cast on 50sts

Rows 1 & 2    Knit
Row 3            K2, yrn, k2tog, (makes a buttonhole), knit to end of row
Rows 4 & 5    Knit
Row 6           K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

Row 7           K9, yrn, k2, yrn, k5, yrn, k2, yrn, k14, yrn, k2, yrn, k5, yrn, k2, yrn, k9

Row 8           Knit

Row 9           K10, yrn, k2, yrn, k7, yrn, k2, yrn, k16, yrn, k2, yrn, k7, yrn, k2, yrn, k10

Row 10         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

Row 11         K11, yrn, k2, yrn, k9, yrn, k2, yrn, k18, yrn, k2, yrn, k9, yrn, k2, yrn, k11

Row 12         Knit

Row 13         K12, yrn, k2, yrn, k11, yrn, k2, yrn, k20, yrn, k2, yrn, k11, yrn, k2, yrn, k12

Row 14         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

Row 15         K2, yrn, k2tog, (makes a buttonhole), K9, yrn, k2, yrn, k13, yrn, k2, yrn, k22, yrn, k2, yrn, k13, yrn, k2, yrn, k13

Row 16         Knit

Row 17         K14, yrn, k2, yrn, k15, yrn, k2, yrn, k24, yrn, k2, yrn, k15, yrn, k2, yrn, k14

Row 18         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

Row 19         K15, yrn, k2, yrn, k17, yrn, k2, yrn, k26, yrn, k2, yrn, k17, yrn, k2, yrn, k15

Row 20         Knit

Row 21         K16, yrn, k2, yrn, k19, yrn, k2, yrn, k28, yrn, k2, yrn, k19, yrn, k2, yrn, k16

Row 22         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

 

Row 23         K17, yrn, k2, yrn, k21, yrn, k2, yrn, k30, yrn, k2, yrn, k21, yrn, k2, yrn, k17

Row 24         Knit

 

Row 25         K19, slip next 25sts onto a stitch holder, k34, slip next 25sts onto a stitch holder, k19

Row 26         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4                                         (72sts) 

           

Row 27         Knit

Row 28         Knit

Row 29         Knit

Row 30         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4 

Repeat last 4 rows four times more

 

Knit 5 rows

Cast off

 

Short Sleeves ~ Both Alike

 

Put the 25sts, left on a stitch holder, back on to a knitting needle. Rejoin yarn.

With right side facing –

Knit 3 rows

Cast off

Make the second sleeve in the same way

Sew up sleeve seams. Gather together underarms

Darn away ends

Sew on buttons

 

Kinzie Baby Hat  ~   Medium Premature Baby 

 

Medium Premature Baby Hat    9″ circumference, 4“ high

Using 4mm needles & DK yarn, cast on 46sts

1st Row:  S1, knit to end of row

 

Repeat this row 3 times more

 

5th Row:        S1, knit to end of row

 

6th Row:        S1, purl to last st, k1

 

7th Row:        S1, knit to end of row

 

8th Row:        S1, knit to end of row

 

Repeat the last 4 rows four times more

 

Shape Top ~

 

Next Row:     *K3, k2tog, repeat from * to last st, k1               (37sts)

 

Next Row:     S1, purl to last st, k1

 

Next Row:     S1, knit to end of row

         

Next Row:     S1, knit to end of row

 

Next Row:     *K2, k2tog, repeat from * to last st, k1              (28sts)

 

Next Row:     S1, purl to last st, k1

 

Next Row:     *K1, k2tog, repeat from * to last st, k1              (19sts)

 

Next Row:     S1, * k2tog, repeat from * to last st, k1              (10sts)                                                                             

Next Row:     S1, purl to last st, k1                             

 

Cut the yarn leaving a ‘tail’.

 

With a yarn needle, pull the yarn through all the remaining loops and secure

 

Sew up side seam and weave in ends.

 

 

 

Kinzie Baby Jacket  ~   Large Premature Baby           

 

Size:
Width:           15"

Length:         7"

 

Tension: 

22sts = 4" (10cm)

 

Requires:

Around 32g of DK (8ply) yarn

3 buttons

 

Using DK yarn and 4mm needles ~

Cast on 58sts

Rows 1 & 2    Knit
Row 3            K2, yrn, k2tog, (makes a buttonhole), knit to end of row
Rows 4 & 5    Knit
Row 6           K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

Row 7           K11, yrn, k2, yrn, k5, yrn, k2, yrn, k18, yrn, k2, yrn, k5, yrn, k2, yrn, k11

Row 8           Knit

Row 9           K12, yrn, k2, yrn, k7, yrn, k2, yrn, k20, yrn, k2, yrn, k7, yrn, k2, yrn, k12

Row 10         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

Row 11         K13, yrn, k2, yrn, k9, yrn, k2, yrn, k22, yrn, k2, yrn, k9, yrn, k2, yrn, k13

Row 12         Knit

Row 13         K2, yrn, k2tog, (makes a buttonhole), k10, yrn, k2, yrn, k11, yrn, k2, yrn, k24, yrn, k2, yrn, k11, yrn, k2, yrn, k14

Row 14         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

Row 15         K15, yrn, k2, yrn, k13, yrn, k2, yrn, k26, yrn, k2, yrn, k13, yrn, k2, yrn, k15

Row 16         Knit

Row 17         K16, yrn, k2, yrn, k15, yrn, k2, yrn, k28, yrn, k2, yrn, k15, yrn, k2, yrn, k16

Row 18         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

Row 19         K17, yrn, k2, yrn, k17, yrn, k2, yrn, k30, yrn, k2, yrn, k17, yrn, k2, yrn, k17

Row 20         Knit

Row 21         K18, yrn, k2, yrn, k19, yrn, k2, yrn, k32, yrn, k2, yrn, k19, yrn, k2, yrn, k18

Row 22         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

 

Row 23         K2, yrn, k2tog, (makes a buttonhole), k15, yrn, k2, yrn, k21, yrn, k2, yrn, k34, yrn, k2, yrn, k21, yrn, k2, yrn, k19

Row 24         Knit

Row 25         K20, yrn, k2, yrn, k23, yrn, k2, yrn, k36, yrn, k2, yrn, k23, yrn, k2, yrn, k20

Row 26         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4

 

Row 27         K22, slip next 27sts onto a stitch holder, k40, slip next 27sts onto a stitch holder, k22

Row 28         Knit                            (84sts) 

Row 29         Knit

Row 30         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4 

 

 

Row 31         Knit

Row 32         Knit

Row 33         Knit

Row 34         K4, purl to last 4sts, k4 

Repeat last 4 rows five times more

 

Knit 5 rows

Cast off

 

Short Sleeves ~ Both Alike

 

Put the 27sts, left on a stitch holder, back on to a knitting needle. Rejoin yarn.

With right side facing –

Knit 3 rows

Cast off

Make the second sleeve in the same way

Sew up sleeve seams. Gather together underarms

Darn away ends

Sew on buttons

 

Kinzie Baby Hat  ~   Large Premature Baby     

 

Large Premature Baby Hat    11″ circumference, 5 ¼ “ high

 

 

Using 4mm needles & DK yarn, cast on 56sts

 

1st Row:  S1, knit to end of row

 

Repeat this row 3 times more

 

5th Row:        S1, knit to end of row

 

6th Row:        S1, purl to last st, k1

 

7th Row:        S1, knit to end of row

 

8th Row:        S1, knit to end of row

 

Repeat the last 4 rows six times more

 

Shape Top ~

 

Next Row:     *K3, k2tog, repeat from * to last st, k1               (45sts)

 

Next Row:     S1, purl to last st, k1

 

Next Row:     S1, knit to end of row

         

Next Row:     S1, knit to end of row

 

Next Row:     *K2, k2tog, repeat from * to last st, k1              (34sts)

 

Next Row:     S1, purl to last st, k1

 

Next Row:     *K1, k2tog, repeat from * to last st, k1              (23sts)

 

Next Row:     S1, knit to end of row

 

Next Row:     S1, * k2tog, repeat from * to last st, k1              (12sts)                                                                             

Next Row:     S1, purl to last st, k1                             

 

Cut the yarn leaving a ‘tail’.

 

With a yarn needle, pull the yarn through all the remaining loops and secure

 

Sew up side seam and weave in ends.

 
 
 

You will find bigger sizes at ~
 
 
 

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5 comments :

  1. Thank you, marianna . I love the pattern and am making it in 6 mos. size

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  2. Thank you for this pattern! So precious:)

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  3. Thank you Marion, lovely preemie pattern, cast on last night and upto the sleeves will continue tonight - your a gem (and a very clever lady!) xx

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  4. Such a amazing tutorial.It will be very useful for all textile professionals.Thank you for sharing this valuable tips.
    Zarah from Bizbilla B2B portal

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  5. Love your designs - will knit some for charity. Tks.

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