Saturday, 13 June 2015

Lilac Blossom Baby Set



Lilac Blossom Baby Set            (0 - 3 months)



 

JACKET
 

 HAT
 
 

BOOTEES
Length of sole:         4” (10cm) 

 

 BLANKET
 
You will find the pattern to make this pretty little set in my ravelry store ~
 
 

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50 comments:

  1. Wunderschön!!!♥♥♥
    Liebe Grüße Ute

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  2. adorable baby set ♥ I have never tried that stitch pattern...it looks a bit hard to make. I´ll have to try it!

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  3. Another fantastic pattern.
    Well done!

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  4. Hi Marianna...I have a question that is probably stupid but I can't figure it out. On the last row of the sleeve you have to cast off 3 stitches at the beginning and end of row. I know how to cast off the 3 stitches at the beginning of the row but don't know how to do this at the end of the row. On other patterns I would normally cast off the 3 stitches at the beginning and knit to the end of the row and then do another row and cast off the 3 stitches at the beginning of the next row but I don't think that is what you want.
    I love all your patterns and think it's wonderful that you share them with us. I do a lot of knitting for charity so these patterns are great.

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    1. hi El, after reading your comment i searched youtube and found a tutorial that may be of use to you, i know it has helped me learn something new

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SJGtsbI5wQ

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    2. Thank you so much Allison!! I had looked everywhere on youtube but couldn't find anything. Guess I just wasn't putting in the correct question. That was just what I was looking for.

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  5. What is the stitch gauge for Lilac Blossom set?

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  6. Another gorgeous patterns I done on Friday so easy to do and looks fabulous
    Thank you xx

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  7. Another gorgeous patterns I done on Friday so easy to do and looks fabulous
    Thank you xx

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  8. Thank you so much , Marianna !!!!!
    What does "yon" stand for ???????

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  9. Thank you so much , Marianna !!!!!
    What does "yon" stand for ???????

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    1. Yon is the British term for ysrn over.

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  10. Love this pattern have knitted the pattern before but not as a baby pattern, it's a really easy pattern
    Thanks for re designing it into baby clothes
    Margaret

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  11. Your pattern does not state how much yarn to purchase to make this cute ensemble. I love the stitch and want to make this as soon as I find out how many skeins were used and what yarn.

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  12. How much yarn is needed to make this ensemble? It's adorable

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  13. How much yarn is needed to make this ensemble? It's adorable

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  14. In line 5 of the pattern it uses the term "yrn" what does that mean?

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    1. Yrn is a British term. It means ysrn over (yo).

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  15. Can you tell me how many extrea stitches i need to make a bigger size thank you

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  16. I would also like to know, how much yarn is needed for this set?

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  17. I would also like to know, how much yarn is needed for this set?

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  18. Hi, for Booties in row 14 th it's written purl2tog tbl.
    What is tbl what does it stands for?
    I never read this before in ur patterns so pls help.
    Thanks.

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    1. Tbl means through the back loop.

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    2. I can't even find row 14. It seems to stop at row 12

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  19. How much yarn was used to make this outfit?

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  20. How much yarn was used to make this outfit?

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  21. thanks for this going to give it a go

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  22. Thank you, but 8 ply? I've heard of 3 and 4 but never 8. Where do I find 8 ply yarn? Or are you doubling (2-4 ply strands) together?

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    1. In the US, we call this DK, sport or baby yarn. Hope that helps.

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  23. Thank you, but 8 ply? I've heard of 3 and 4 but never 8. Where do I find 8 ply yarn? Or are you doubling (2-4 ply strands) together?

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  24. this is the yarn I am going to try with http://www.ravelry.com/yarns/library/4-seasons-marvel-soft-8ply

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  25. For those asking about yarn weight, in the US, we would use DK, sport or baby yarn. Hope that helps.

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  26. For those asking about yarn weight, in the US, we would use DK, sport or baby yarn. Hope that helps.

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  27. It is never mentioned on the pattern how much yarn is needed to complete this outfit. I never received an answer on that

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  28. It is never mentioned on the pattern how much yarn is needed to complete this outfit. I never received an answer on that

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  29. How can I make this bigger, do I add multiples of 4 as in the blanket, I want to make it for a 1 year old. Also how much yarn is needed. I noticed this question never got answered. Can you help please.
    By the way beautiful pattern.

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  30. Hi Marianna, I am currently making the lilac dress for my niece, its such a beautiful pattern. I would love to make the cardigan too, although the size I am knitting is 12-18 months, is it possible to get the cardigan in a bigger size please!?! I would be most grateful...

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  31. Hi Marianna, I am currently making the lilac dress for my niece, its such a beautiful pattern. I would love to make the cardigan too, although the size I am knitting is 12-18 months, is it possible to get the cardigan in a bigger size please!?! I would be most grateful...

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  32. Lovely pattern, but still waiting for answer to how much yarn is needed and how to make in 6 month size. Thanks.

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  33. I just started this. I'm a bit of a beginner. Can you tell me how many stitches there should be for each sleeve? One of your other patterns told how many stitches per row and that was very helpful. Thanks.

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  34. I am at a loss regarding the base of the sweater. I did the "Next Row: Knit 26sts, cast off 6sts, knit 47sts, cast off 6sts, k25sts"

    I do not understand this part "Next Row: Knit 26sts from the right front, 26sts from the first sleeve, 48sts from the back, 26sts from the second sleeve and 26sts from left front (152 stitches)" An I suprose to knit back and forth 26 stitches and then pick up stitcheson the other sid of the created arm hole? It doesn't state to pick up stitches or to cast off and start again.
    I'm sure I did something wrong.I can usually figure this stuff out.
    Thanks for your help. Laura

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  35. I'm fairly new to knitting too and I can't figure this out either!

    Can anyone help?? PLEASE,!!

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  36. If you knitted 2 sleeves as instructed first, you would have 2 sleeves on 2 x stitch holders (26 stitches on each). When you have knitted rows 1-8 x 3 times and rows 1-6 once, you are ready to join your sleeves to the body of the garment ready for the yolk. As it says, knit 26 stitches at the beginning of the next row from the bodice (right front), then the 26 stitches from one sleeve, then the next 48 stitches from the bodice (back) , then the 26 stitches from the second sleeve then the remaining 26 from the bodice (left front). You should then have a strange looking garment with holes where you have knitted in the sleeves to the main body. If you keep on knitting it will all fall into shape when you complete the project. You will still need to sew the up the sleeve seams.

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  37. Thank you SO much for explaining that Edna, it was driving me nuts!! now you've explained it though it's obvious.....boy do I feel dumb!!!

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