Pattern 9503 - Bambino DK

Cardigans

These cross-over front cardigans can be made with long or short sleeves. They have raglan sleeves and a texture stitch front panel.

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Bambino DK

Bambino is a beautiful multi-end yarn with fantastic stitch definition, making it perfect for a whole range of techniques and styles, from classic baby garments to textures and cables. Knits like a merino with the practicality and value for money of an acrylic yarn. The palette is muted and modern. The yarn is beautifully smooth and comfy for baby, naturally anti-pilling and of course machine washable, so super practical.

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Weight: DK

Composition: 100% Premium Acrylic

Ball Size: 100g

Meterage: 268m/293yds

Wash & Care: Machine washable 30C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, cool iron


You will need: Pair of 4mm (UK 8 – U SA 6) knitting needles and Pair of 3.25mm (UK 10 – USA 3) knitting needles. 3 buttons f or each Cardigan. Stitch holders.

Long Sleeved Cardigan
SizesNewborn0-6 months6-12 months12-24 months2-3 years
Bambino, Heather 711412223
Short Sleeved Cardigan
SizesNewborn0-6 months6-12 months12-24 months2-3 years
Bambino, Clotted Cream 711211222

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