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Easy Baby Sweater

By: The Whole Kit 'N Caboodle

This is a very delicate sweater than any baby will feel comfortable in. Instead of having a button, there is a ribbon to tie the sweater, so the baby is more comfortable.

Intermediate

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches)

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I got stuck part way through. I hope you can give me some help. Right here is says to sc all the way around "Facing and collar Round 1 Ch 3, sc in next space, repeat around entire sweater, working into ends of either side of fronts and the back, with sc in each corner, join, ch3, turn " ( a count would be helpful, too) but then is says "Round 2 3 dc in first space, ch 1, 3 dc in next space around garment. Note - 4 dc in 2 spaces at each corner of the back and the fronts (not the neckline corners), join, turn (96 dc groups)" This looked bizarre so I pulled it out. I went back and replace the 'Round 1' instructions with those from earlier 'ch 3, sc in next ch-1 space' This gave me a bunch of loops but the sides were really tricky, the part where I worked across the sides of the DC stitches. I had a lot more than 96, too. Then I wasn't sure where in the garment I should be and it didn't make sense to put in picot stitches and then sew up the sides. Can you help me get back on track? Thank you, Beth

why can i not get the patterns from your web site I have tried several times you offer the free patterns they should be accessible, frustrated!

Hi there, In order to get the pattern, please click on the "Click here for crochet pattern" link that's below the difficulty, hook size and yarn weight sections. You'll be taken to the page that has the full pattern. Hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

I have been to this site a hundred times and can't get to print it. What am I doing wrong? I I see the pattern but your site has no place to print the pattern and even when I try to print it on my own it only shows the first page of the purse and not all of that even. I figure I am doing something wrong. Please help. I ,ade these sewaters so very long ago and absolutly loved them!!! I lost the pattern and need this one.

Click on the link "click here for crochet pattern" and it will take you to the pattern page. Sometimes when I have trouble printing a pattern I left click and select the portion of the page with the pattern...right click and choose COPY...and then paste it to a blank page in Word...then I print it.

I have been able to print the patterns by highlighting the pattern you want, (or the whole thing) being sure not to include the side columns. Then open a word processor and paste into it, then print normally.

If you look on the site, there's a link to crochet patterns on the right side. This is the pattern link...... http://krstl.tripod.com/id26.htm

i clicked on the pattern and was shown a purse !

I just realized also, that if you scroll down past the purse, the sweater is the next pattern down on that site.

I clicked on the instructions for the Easy Baby Sweater. The instructions that come up are for a purse. How can I get the instructions for this little baby sweater?

I just realized also, that if you scroll down past the purse, the sweater is the next pattern down on that site.

I had difficulty understanding the pattern when it starts with collar and facing. Just had to give up and start on a different baby sweater pattern.

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