Whimsical Forest. Owl. Hand Knit with Crochet Details Jaket Pattern for Kids
|October 4, 2010||Filled under 2010, Creations, Patterns|
No matter what is on your schedule – a trip, a party, shopping or just a
walk in the park – your little princess will sure attract attention in this
pretty and stylish jacket. This jacket can be made in any theme and
color combination and features ruffles on side of body, sleeves and
around hood, an owl pocket on the right front, bell sleeves made with
fancy stripes pattern, and hand vine embroidery with crocheted tiny
leaves and delicate velvet flowers appliqued for more festive look.
Size: 2 (3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 10/12) years
Skill level: intermediate
Yarn: Cascade Yarns Cotton Rich (64% Cotton, 36% Nylon/ 50 g (1.75
oz)/80yds) or [Amazon Needful Yarns (70%Bamboo, 30%Cotton/
50 g (1.76 oz/ 82 yds))]:
#2194 [#4856] turquoise – 3-6 balls
#5800 [# 4852] green – 2-5 balls
#7364 – chocolate – 1 ball
* This pattern involves both knit and crochet skills.
12 pages, 7 pictures, 4 diagrams, a schematic
This pattern has been edited by professional Tech Editor and tested by
me. However, please contact me if you have ANY questions. I will happily
provide email support for any of my patterns.
Copyright: All rights reserved. Please be respectful to the designers right
of this pattern. No portion of this work may be photocopied or reproduced
by any means without written authorization from My Little Citygirl. The
purchaser of this pattern is granted permission to sell the finished product
for profit on a limited basis. © Copyright 2010 My Little Citygirl.
This pattern is available in my Shop, Etsy, Raverly, DaWanda and Artfire.
MANY Thanks to AKELstudio and Francoise studio for such Amazing and
Fun collaboration! What a PLEASURE to deal with!
Happy Monday everyone! More releases coming just in a few…
This one is my favorite of the two. I absolutely love it!
I am looking back through your blog and I’ve got to say, I MUST learn how to knit, because oh my goodness, how gorgeous this and your polar bear jacket look!
You are very very talented and I can’t wait to see what else there is hiding in the archives!