Wednesday, 3 February 2016

ENYA Baby Cardigan Jacket

Hope you love this new design as much as I do :)

I think the lacy border is really pretty - and adds a touch of style to an otherwise straightforward pattern design.

ENYA Baby Jacket - Newborn


Lace Edge Baby Cardigan                              Newborn Baby

 

Requirements:

 

46g – 50g DK yarn

 

4 ½mm needles

 

4mm needles

 

3 small buttons

 

 

Measurements:

 

Width:                                  16” (41cm)

 

Length:                                 9” (23cm)

 

Sleeve length:                   5” (13cm)

 

 

JACKET

 

Begin with the Sleeves (work 2)

 
Using 4mm needles ~

 
Cast on 25sts

 
Work 6 rows in garter stitch   (knit every row)

 
Work 30 rows in stocking stitch, increasing 1 stitch at each end of 3rd,  7th and 11th rows   (31sts)


The sleeve should now measure about 5” – you can add more rows if required


Next Row:  Cast off 3sts, work to last 3sts, cast off 3sts   (25sts)


Leave these 25 stitches on a spare needle

 

Work the Main Part

Using 4 ½mm needles ~

Cast on 5sts and knit 1 row

Now work in pattern for the lacy edging ~

Row 1:                 S1, yo, k2tog, (yo, k1) twice

Row 2:                 S1, k6

Row 3:                  S1, yo, k2tog, k2, (yo, k1) twice

Row 4:                  Cast off 4, k4

These 4 rows form the pattern. Repeat 26 times more

Next Row:           S1, yo, k2tog, (yo, k1) twice

Next Row:           S1, k6

Next Row:           S1, yo, k2tog, k2, (yo, k1) twice

Next Row:           Cast off all stitches PURLWISE    (1stitch left on needle)
 
 

Turn work and pick up and knit (along the flat edge)  ~

(Tip: you should have 28 V-shaped peaks along the bottom edge)

*1 stitch in first hole space, 1 stitch in next hole space, 1 stitch in the next row end stitch, repeat from * all along the edge to the end                                                                           85sts
 

 

For the main part ~

Change to 4mm needles ~

1st Row:                (Wrong side)     S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5
2nd Row:               S1, knit to end
3rd Row:               S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5
Repeat the last 2 rows 12 times more
Next Row            S1, knit 18sts, cast off 6sts, knit 34sts, cast off 6sts, k18sts

Next Row:  S1, k4, p14, purl across 25sts from the first sleeve, purl 35sts from the back, purl 25sts from the second sleeve, purl 14sts from left front, k5                       (123sts)

 

Work the Yoke

1st Row:                                S1, k2tog, yrn, k2, (makes a buttonhole), knit to end

2nd Row:               S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5

3rd Row:               S1, k16, k2tog, s1,k1, psso,  k21, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k31, k2tog, s1,k1, psso, k21, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k17                                (115sts)

4th Row:                S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5

5th Row:                S1, k15, k2tog, s1,k1, psso,  k19, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k29, k2tog, s1,k1, psso, k19, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k16                                (107sts)

6th Row:                S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5

7th Row:                S1, k14, k2tog, s1,k1, psso,  k17, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k27, k2tog, s1,k1, psso, k17, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k15                                (99sts)

8th Row:                S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5

9th Row:                S1, k13, k2tog, s1,k1, psso,  k15, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k25, k2tog, s1,k1, psso, k15, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k14                                (91sts)

10th Row:             S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5

11th Row:             S1, k2tog, yrn, k2, (makes a buttonhole), k8, k2tog, s1,k1, psso,  k13, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k23, k2tog, s1,k1, psso, k13, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k13                        (83sts)

12th Row:             S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5

13th Row:             S1, k11, k2tog, s1,k1, psso,  k11, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k21, k2tog, s1,k1, psso, k11, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k12                                                                                (75sts)

14th Row:             S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5

15th Row:             S1, k10, k2tog, s1,k1, psso,  k9, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k19, k2tog, s1,k1, psso, k9, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k11                                                                    (67sts)

16th Row:             S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5

17th Row:             S1, k9, k2tog, s1,k1, psso,  k7, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k17, k2tog, s1,k1, psso, k7, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k10                                                                       (59sts)

18th Row:             S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5

19th Row:             S1, k8, k2tog, s1,k1, psso,  k5, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k15, k2tog, s1,k1, psso, k5, k2tog,  s1,k1, psso,  k9                                                                                         (51sts)

20th Row:             S1, knit to end

21st Row:              S1, k2tog, yrn, k2, (makes a buttonhole), knit to end

Knit 2 rows

Cast off knitwise

Sew up the sleeve seams.  Darn away ends.

Add 3 little buttons

 

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14 comments :

  1. It's lovely the little border makes it so special, thank you for sharing your pattern Marianna. :)

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  2. That little jacket is fabulous! Love the lace work on the edge, it
    really gives it a delicate look. Thanks for sharing the pattern. Can't wait
    for an opportunity to have a go at it.
    Cheers, Anita.

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  3. Wow! This pattern is jumping straight on to my to-do list. The border makes all the difference.

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  4. Beautiful! I'm going to try it with worsted weight and larger needles, my granddaughter is 3 months old and this would be perfect for her!

    Thank you so much for posting it!

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  5. Always love your designs for little ones! Going to make this for my newest grandchild.

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  6. Question: the row before the yoke starts- am I pearling the cast off stitches too? The number of stitches doesn't match the previous row and it's confusing...help?

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    1. Figured it out...love the pattern, sweater turned out lovely- thanks for sharing!

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  7. Michelle what did you figure out? Im stuck at the 2 rows before yoke. I have 85 stitches but can only seem to account for 83 in the pattern.

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  8. That's beautiful - as usual a winner! I can't wait to make it, thank you!

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  9. That's beautiful - as usual a winner! I can't wait to make it, thank you!

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  10. Looks beautiful, Marianne - thanks for sharing with us :D. I've a niece who's expecting a baby girl in a couple of months, this will be a perfect 'welcome gift' to make for the newborn.

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  11. Is there a gauge for this pattern?

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  12. I'm having trouble with the lace edge. Only 4 repeats in and it doesn't look like the photo. Should my gauge be tighter? I was trying to knit fairly loosely.

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  13. On the lace is the first slip one as if to knit, or purlwise? Yarn in bad, or in front? Thank you

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