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Monday, November 1, 2010

Newborn Hooded Ripple Sweater

Newborn Hooded Ripple Sweater


I used Simply Soft Yarn
size G hook
Buttons
**(Please remember that different yarns, different size hooks and also depending on your tension this pattern will come out to different sizes.)

Sweater
Row 1.) With size G Hook, ch 40, dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in next 4 ch, *(1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc in next ch)*, dc in next 6 ch, repeat *( )*, dc in next 10 ch, repeat *( )*, dc in next 6 ch, repeat *( )*, dc in last 6 ch.
Row 2.) Ch 2, turn, *(dc to next ch sp, 1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc in ch sp,)* Repeat to end.
Rows 3.-5.) Repeat row 2
Row 6.) ch 2, turn, dc to ch sp, 1 dc in ch sp, Ch 4, skip sts to next ch sp, 1 dc in ch sp, dc to next ch sp, 1 dc in ch sp, Ch 4, skip next sts to next ch sp, 1 dc in ch sp, dc to end. ( Armholes made)
Row 7.) ch 1, turn, sc across, Do Not sc in the last st.
Row 8.) ch 2 turn, sk 1 st, *(1 dc in the next st, 5 dc in the next st, 1 dc in the next st, sk next 2 st)* Repeat across ending with sk 1, dc in the last st.
Row 9.) ch 2 turn, sk 1 dc, *(dc in the next 2 st, 3 dc in the next st, dc in the next 2 st, sk 2 st)* Repeat to the end, ending with sk 1, dc in top of turning ch.
Rows 10-14.) Repeat Row 9
Row 15.) ch 2 turn, sk 1 dc, *(dc in next 2 st, 5 dc in the next st, dc in next 2 st, skip 2 st)* Repeat across ending with sk 1, dc in top of ch.

Sleeves
Row 1.) Attach Yarn under arm, ch 2, do 23 dc around armhole evenly, sl st in top of first ch 2. (24 st, counting ch 2)
Row 2.) Ch 2, turn, DC in each st around, sl st in top of first ch 2.
Rows 3.-9.) Repeat Row 2.
Row 10.) ch 1, turn, sc in first st *(Decrease sc over next 2 st, sc in next st)*, repeat around.
Row 11.) ch 1, turn, sc in each st across, sl st to join. Fasten off and weave in ends.
REPEAT FOR SECOND SLEEVE.

Trim
Starting on left side at bottom, sc up this side 3 sc in corner, sc around neck to next corner, 3 sc in corner, sc in next st, *(ch 3 sc in same st,)*, sc in next 2 st, repeat *( )*, sc in next 2 st, repeat *( )*, sc to the end, sl st in last st, fasten off, weave in end. 3 Button holes made. (of course you may trim this the way you would like to)
Attach buttons on the left side.

HOOD
Attach yarn to opposite side of starting ch, ch 2, dc in each ch across, ch 2 turn.
Row 2-12 …Dc in each dc, and ch 2 , at end of row 12 fold hood in half, slip st (or sew) together, weave in ends.
Chain 100 , secure ends of chain, weave in and out of first row.


Pattern Created by: Jessica Esterly & Peggy Besco 2010
Copyright Jessica Esterly & Peggy S. Besco 2010



26 comments:

  1. Thanks for another great pattern. This will be on my to do list.

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  2. Oh, I just love this sweater. How cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. That sweater is so adorable. I can't wait to try it!! Great Job as Usual!! Thanks so much for all you do for our group!!
    Joanne S

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  4. Soooooooooo cute. Making rounds today from Sandy's Space to say hi and see what all my blog friends are up too. Have a great day.

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  5. I would like to make my own designs but don't know where to start got any pointers

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  6. This is a beautiful sweater pattern....I can't wait to make one...

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  7. Me, popping in again. I have several times, but haven't seen anything new. Thought I'd go ahead though today and leave another comment. I do hope you're ok, when people don't blog for long, I wonder about them.
    Making rounds again today from Sandy's Space
    Sandy

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  8. Me again, popping in this time to say Happy New Year to you and yours, hope to see more of you in the coming year.
    Sandy

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  9. Me again...wow, it's been soooooooo long since you've blogged, or visited. Hope things are ok? Happy V Day tomorrow.
    Sandy

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  10. Me again, wow...quess you're really not blogging anymore. See me making a sad face?
    I do hope to see you again sometime either on Bridge and Beyond or Sandy's Space where I am making rounds from again.

    If you ever get back to blogging, please stop in for a visit and let me know so we can re-connect.

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  11. Adorable - will make for my new grandbaby due to arrive 8/2011

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  12. I don't think the numbers are correct in the first row, mabye i'm adding wrong...

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  13. I would like to make a correction (if I may) on the part of the Sweater, Row 15 should be:

    Row 15.) ch 2 turn, sk 1 dc, *(dc in next 2 st, 5 dc in the next st, dc in next 2 st, skip 2 st)* Repeat across ending with sk 1, dc in top of ch

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    1. Thank you Ayesha for bring that to my attention, have corrected the pattern.

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  14. Has anyone made the hooded sweater I new and I don't know what a blog is sorry for me being so not sure upto date on things I only have a cell ph. I am having problems with the count on the first row I am short I think either 3 or 4 chains,I know I changed 40 but when I get to the end I am short,I have redone,redone,redone etc and recounted all stitches I don't know whats wrong I really like the sweater I make a lot of baby items can anyone help me? THANKS Irene

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    1. Sorry , I wasn't ignoring your comment, just haven't bee here for a long time, I just tried it again and the number count is correct don't know what you are doing wrong.

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    3. I agree that the math doesn't add up on the first row. I ended up changing the section that says "dc in next 10 stitches" to "dc in next 6 stitches", which seemed to work fine. Otherwise, I end up 4 stitches short as written.

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  15. could this be made into a vest by not doing the sleeves

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  16. This is very nice,i just love it but there is one problem,i used the right size hook and it came out a bit small,or maybe my eyes are deceiving me.

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  17. To the lady who tried making this ,yes there is a short of chain at the end ,all i did is add 4 more .

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  18. I made this and thank you much for the pattern. It turned beautiful and was perfect with the dragonfly blanket she picked.

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  19. the pattern says CH 40.. its not enough for a sweater. I have one small piece not even big enough for a doll

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  20. I get a strip thats maybe 5 inches wide... with 4 'DC CH 1 dc' spaces.where's the rest if the sweater?

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  21. I get a strip thats maybe 5 inches wide... with 4 'DC CH 1 dc' spaces.where's the rest if the sweater?

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