Crochet Flower Petal Cardigan Pattern

Crochet Flower Petal Cardigan Pattern

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baby sweater

Flower Petal Cardigan Inspired by Anne Geddes Yarn.

An Afternoon Project

This super adorable baby sweater comes in 4 sizes. Pattern includes 6, 9, 12 & 18 months instructions. I have found the instructions super easy to follow without any difficulties. I think the hardest thing about this sweater is deciding the colours for this.

The yarn is Anne Geddes by Red Heart Yarns. The colour in the sample thumbnail is Lily (white) and Rocking Horse for the main body. You will see in the pattern that the colours are vibrant and really incredible. In the video tutorial, I used Anne Geddes as well, colours are Lily for the collar and trim work and Robin for the main body.

In the video tutorial, I demonstrate the 6-month version but give help on all other sizes to be able to follow the instructions. Once you see how we are growing the baby sweater, venturing on your own for the 9, 12 and 18-month sizes are a breeze.

Get the Free Pattern, Flower Petal Baby Sweater. Please note that I did not film the headband that is in the pattern.

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