The math did not add up in some of the sizes in this free pattern, but now it is revised and corrected. Very sorry for any inconvenience. Enjoy knitting!
wee Chickadee pattern by Ysolda Teague
Worked seamlessly from the top down Wee Chickadee is the perfect introduction to both this style of garment construction and stranded colourwork. There are only eight purl rows worked in two colours so the bulk (and potential scariness) of cutting / steeking your knitting is avoided. Sized from three months to four years with garter stitch cuffs that look equally good folded up or down. The cardigan is shown in an easy care superwash wool and only small amounts of the contrast colours are…
Boy's Vest - Shore
The main body is worked in the round to the underarm. Front and Back are then divided to work in flat knitting. Shoulders are then joined and sleeve and neck ribbing worked at the end.
“Greyson” - son of the grey-haired man. This pattern has been affectionately written and named for the men in my family, my distinguished looking silver haired husband and our delicious sons.
This easy to wear sweater is worked from the top down in one piece. It’s knitted loosely for light weight, yet the big cowl-neck adds some warmth and texture to the piece.