Brei Instructies: Easy knit and crochet baby cardigan sweater for girls, How to knit

Hi everyone. My name is Sara welcome to my channel Knitting for Baby. In this tutorial I will show you how to knit this super easy knit baby cardigan sweater or …
hi everyone welcome to my channel knitting for baby thank you for watching and thank you for subscribing in today’s tutorial I’m going to show you how to knit this little jacket for a baby girl
between 6 and 9 months old now the technique that I used to make this little jacket is I crochet the yoke and then the rest I knit using the Garter stitch it’s a very easy stitch so you will need to know how to do some basic
crochet stitches ok so I hope you like it and without further ado let’s get started and thank you for watching ok to begin i’ll be using this 4 millimeter crochet hook and today I’m using two strands of
this cotton yarn I’m using this brand this here is the color it’s K 1767 this is like a very very pale lilac color so i’m going to go ahead and use two strands and I went ahead and did my own
little kick here so here to begin I have 53 chains this chain here measures about thirty point five centimeters which is about 12 inches okay so to begin into the second chain from the hook this one here I’m going to make a single crochet
single crochet into the next chain single crochet into the next chain and so on for this first row this is all I’m going to do two single crochets I’ll meet you here at the end to show you
what we need to do next okay I’m here at the end of this first row I have 52 single crochets now for the second row we’re going to chain one and turn here we’re going to make single crochets on
each one of these single crochets so into the first one I did a single crochet into the second a single crochet and so on here this is all we’re going to do so continue like this and I’ll meet you at the end of this second row
to show you what we need to do next okay i’m here at the end of the second row I have 52 single crochets now for the third row we’re going to chain three we’re going to turn now here in this row
we’re going to make these stitches we’re going to skip the first single crochet and into the second I’m going to make a double crochet chain one double crochet into the same stitch now
again skip one single crochet and into the second make another V stitch so double crochet chain one double crochet okay this is all I’m going to do for this row I’m going to skip one single
crochet and into the next make another V stitch continue like this for this third row of each at the end to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at the end of this third row I have 25 V stitches now to finish we’re going to
make a double crochet here at the end and this is how we finish the third row now for the fourth row we’re going to chain three again we’re going to turn and inside each one of these V stitches
we’re also going to make these stitches so make a double crochet two chains double crochet so these fees stitches are going to have two chains instead of one again inside the next make a double crochet two chains double crochet
continue like this for this fourth row i’ll meet you at the end to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at the end of this fourth row I have 25 V stitches again now to finish we’re going
to pinch this third chain at the end here and make a double crochet this is how we finish this row now for the fifth row we’re going to chain three again and turn inside each one of these fees stitches we’re going to make fence so
make two double crochets chain one two double crochets again inside the next V stitch do the same thing two double crochets chain one two double crochets continue like this and let me try at the end of this row to show you what we need
to do next okay I’m here at the end of this fifth row now to finish go on top of the third chain up here and make a double crochet and this is how we finish this fifth row now for the sixth row chain three turn
now inside each one of these fans here we’re going to make these stitches so we’re going to make double crochet two chains double crochet jump to the next fin and do the same thing double crochet
two chains double crochet continue like this for this sixth row of each at the end to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at the end of this sixth row where we did V stitches so here to
finish go on top of the last chain here at the end and make a double crochet and this is how we finish this row now for the seventh row you’re going to chain three and turn and inside each one of these V stitches you’re going to make 5
double crochets that’s one two three four five jump to the next V stitch and do the same thing continue like this i’ll meet you at the end of this row to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at the end of this seventh
row now to finish stretch your hook here into this last chain here at the end and make a double crochet this is how we finish this row now for the eighth row chain three turn in this row what we’re
going to do our double crochets all around so beginning into the second double crochet make a double crochet double crochet into the next double crochet into the next and so on this is all we’re going to do for this row so
continue like this and I’ll meet you at the end to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at the end of this eighth row now to finish we’re going to make one last double crochet here at the
end right on top of this three chains there okay now I’m going to cut my yarn which I already did I’m going to pass my yarn through this last loop and this row here is done now I have a total of 127 double
crochets including the three chains here at the beginning now like I said at the beginning of the video this is going to be a combination of crochet and knitting so now what I’m going to do this is where we just finished so we’re
going to turn this over and we’re going to go here on this side and using this crochet hook I’m going to insert it end into this first stitch here and I’m just going to start or grab this first stitch
with the crochet hook because it’s kind of hard with the first stitch and with these formal immunity needles I’m using some circular kneading needles here because it’s going to be easier since
we’re going to have a lot of stitches so i already have my first stitch now we’re going to do the same thing on each one of the double crochets that we worked from the previous row so there it’s two
three four five six and so on this is all we’re going to do for this first row like this just pick up stitches along the very edge here and I’ll meet you once this part here is done to show you
what we need to do next okay I finished doing this part and I have a total of 127 stitches on my kneading needles so now to do the first row what we’re going to do is this first stitch here I’m
going to knit the next stitch I’m also going to knit and each one of these stitches I’m going to knit like this this is all I’m going to do for this first row so continue like this and I’ll
meet you at the end of this row to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at the end of this first row now this last stitch right here we’re always going to purl okay like this now this is
how we finish this first row now for the second row we’re going to turn and here what we’re going to do now is the first stitch I’m going to slip like this okay so now here what we’re going to do is
we’re going to knit each one of these stitches like this so continue like this all the way to the end the last stitch remember we’re going to purl so continue like this and let me show at the end of this second row to
show you what we need to do next okay finish the second row I purl the last stitch now we’re going to turn and here we’re going to repeat the last two rows so for Row three and four we’re
going to do the same thing we did on the

first and second row so here we’re going to slip the first stitch then we’re going to knit each one of these stitches all the way to the very end where the
last stitch we are going to purl and then we’re going to turn and then again slip the first stitch and then knit all the way to the end where we purl the last stitch as well so finish this third row then continue on with a fourth row
and um each at the end of the fourth row to show you what we need to do next okay finish the fourth row so now for the fifth row here we’re going to repeat the same thing we did on rows three and four witches slip the first stitch knit
every single one of these stitches like this except for the last one where you purl then turn slip the first stitch and a knit every single one of the stitches all across except for the last one which you purl so finish this fifth row and
then turn back for the sixth and I’ll meet you at the end of the six row to show you what we need to do next okay I’m halfway done with the sixth row this is the back here what I’m going to
do is I’m going to add an extra stitch because in the next row I’m going to divide the sleeves and I want an even number of stitches since I only have 127 i’m going to add one extra stitch so
that I have 128 stitches it makes it easier for me to divide the sleeves with an even number of stitches so here what i’m going to do is I have knit 63 stitches so this is like right in the middle so right here between this stitch
and this stitch we’re going to pick up this stitch like this put it on the needle and we’re going to knit this stitch through the back loop like this and that’s all there is and now I’m just going to continue and
finish this sixth row so I’ll meet you at the end of this row to show you what we need to do next okay I finished the sixth row remember the last stitch we owe is purl and in this row we finished with 128 stitches since we added an
extra stitch half way through which I showed you how to do okay so now for the seventh row we’re going to divide our sleeves and here I have placed my stitch markers here I have 19 stitches between
this stitch marker and the next I have 26 between this stitch marker and this one here this is the back I have 38 and between this stitch marker and the next i have 26 and then between here and the end I have 19 so we have nineteen
nineteen twenty six and twenty six and thirty eight for the back that’s how we’re going to divide the sleeve so here what we’re going to do is I’m going to slip the first stitch and I’m going to
knit these 19 stitches that’s two three four five six seven eight nine 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 okay we have 19 stitches here so now I’m going to remove this stitch marker and here I have this
needle and some yarn and we’re going to remove these 26 stitches so we’re going to just slip them through like this that’s 1 2 3 4 5 six seven eight nine 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
stitches okay we’re going to leave these stitches here alone and I’m going to put the stitch marker so that I know which direction I pull my stitches from that way when I come back and do this part
they’re not twisted okay so here we’re going to tie them here like this going to cut my yarn and just tie a knot here and we’re going to do those leaves last so there they are okay so now we’re going to add stitches
under the sleeve so here I’m going to add eight extra stitches so to do that we’re just going to do this that’s one two three four five six seven eight perfect now we’re going to continue and
knit these 38 stitches okay so we added eight and now we’re going to continue and knit these 38 stitches like this one two three four five and so on continue and finish these 38 stitches in no michi
right here again to show you how we’re going to separate the other sleeve okay i finished knitting these 38 stitches for the back so now again we’re going to remove the next 26 stitches so I’m just
going to pass them through this needle like this that’s one two three four five six seven 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 and 26 perfect now again I’m going to leave this digit
marker there just so that I know which direction my stitches are in do you don’t have to do that okay so here I’m going to cut my yarn and tie these stitches here and we’re going to do this
leaves last now here again we need to add eight stitches under the sleeve so we’re going to go 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 double check 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 perfect and now we’re going to finish knitting these
last 19 stitches like this so continue and finish this seventh row now let me check the end to show you what we need to do next okay i’m at the end of the seventh row in this row I have a total of 76 stitches
we have 19 plus 19 plus 38 here so that’s 76 stitches and then we added eight stitches under each sleeve also don’t forget to purl the last stitch there okay so now for row eight we’re
going to knit across so let me show you this first part the first stitch we always slip and then we’re going to knit these 19 stitches or actually 18 because this one here I’ve already slipped so
that’s two three four five six seven eight nine 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 and then we have the eight stitches we added so these were also going to knit that’s one trying to grab both loops here since I’m
using two strands that’s 2 3 4 five six seven and one more eight and now here which is going to continue with this back part and then do the other side I’m not going to show you that part because
it’s the same just like we did here so continue and finish this eighth row and i’ll meet you at the end to show you what we need to do next yeah I finished this eighth row in this eighth row we
should have a total of 92 stitches remember we had 76 but then we added eight on each side so that’s 92 stitches okay so now from here on you’re just going to repeat these two rows where we
knit each one of the stitches except for the last one where we purl and we always slip the first stitch so you’re going to repeat these rows here not exactly sure how many rows I’m going to do so here
after I do this first stitch where I slip the stitch I’m going to add a stitch marker this is marking the second row or actually you can really see here we have two four six and this is the eighth if we count from the beginning so
here for the ninth row you’re just going to continue remember slip the first stitch and knit each one of these stitches all the way to the end except the last one which you purl always and then turn and then slip the first stitch
and knit across except for the last one where you’re going to purl and that’s all you’re going to do back and forth and like I said I’m not exactly sure how many rows I’m going to do but continue
like this and I’ll meet you at the end of this row to show you what we need to do next okay I did a total of 66 rows so i’m counting from here this this part here so that’s 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 rows so now what we’re going to do in this next row is we’re going to cast off our stitches so we’re going to close this part down here you
can make this part a bit longer if you like as it is let’s see it’s measuring let me see from the top of the neckline down to the end it’s about let’s see 31 centimeters it’s about 30 centimeters
okay so now here we’re going to cast off these stitches here so to do that it’s

very easy the first stitch we’re going to slip through the next stitch we’re going to knit the stitch that we slipped
we’re going to pass it over the second stitch like this next one we’re going to knit we’re going to pass this first stitch over the second knit to the next stitch pass this stitch over the second
knit the next stitch and then pass the stitch over the second and this is all i’m going to do all the way to the other end so continue like this and I’ll meet you there to show you what we need to do
next okay I finished binding off all my stitches here at the bottom here at the end all I did was just passed my yarn through that last loop and this part here is done we’re going to hide our ends after everything is done so now I
went ahead and did one of the sleeves this one here so we’re going to do the exact same thing I did here on this side i’m going to keep this little sweater basic and simple so to do this other
sleeve here I’m going to use these four millimeter circular knitting needles I recommend that you do the same thing because you’re going to have a hard time using the straight needles doing this
part here because we don’t have that many stitches and they tend to stretch and we don’t want to stretch the spread here too much okay so to begin I’ve went ahead and an untied my my my stitches
here and I had my stitch marker here on this and so that means that I’m going to pick up my stitches going this way so that I start on this and knitting the next row so here to do this part what I’m going to
do is we’re going to find the center of these eight stitches so remember we did eight extra stitches here so it’s one two three four five six seven eight so into the fourth stitch let’s see one
two three four right here I want to make sure I have four stitches here one two three four perfect here we’re going to pick up some stitches so using the same yarn and I’m going to help the first
stitch with this crochet hook I’m going to bring this loop through the front like this put your needle into that loop and then pick up these next three stitches that’s two three and four let’s see if I have four
stitches here one two three four yes okay now here between this first stitch and this part here I’m going to pick up two stitches this is so that there is no gap once this part here is closed so that it stays like this now it’s going
to be a little tricky your stitch placement might be different than mine but I’m going to try to do it right here so that this part here isn’t too open I think that’ll work and then between this
next one another – let’s see yes I think that’ll work now we’re going to leave these stitches here alone and with this other end I’m going to go around and pick up my stitches these are the
stitches that are on hold here like this so I’m just going to transfer them to this needle so I’m going to do this off camera this is all you’re going to do so i’ll meet you once I have them all on my
needle and I’ll meet you right here to show you what we need to do next okay I went ahead and picked up my 26 stitches there on this needle remember we went this way down to this end now this is where we have these six stitches two
four six now we’re going to start knitting these 26 stitches here so this is where it’s kind of difficult to knit these stitches because there isn’t much room here so all you’re going to do here
is we’re going to knit these 26 stitches so like this let’s see that’s 2 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 okay so we needed these 26 stitches plus the six that we had here so that’s 26 27
28 29 30 31 32 stitches okay now I’m going to pull my needle like this so we have these stitches here as well okay so now what we’re going to do here is we need to pick up six stitches on this
other side as well so to do that we’re going to go here under let’s leave and this side is going to be a bit trickier because between here and here is where we need to pick up only two stitches
because the other four are right here so just look at your your your sleeve and see if there’s a big gap I see one here so I’m going to pick up a stitch there and the other one I’m going to go here
like this I think that looks pretty good so I picked up my two stitches there and into these next four which are part of the eight that we added I’m going to pick up one stitch as well so it’s one
two three four okay so there we have it we have two four six stitches here along this part now so if we add up all of these stitches you should have a total of 38 stitches we had twenty six plus six plus six that’s thirty eight
stitches now here what we’re going to do is you can either work this in the round using the Magic Loop so what I’m going to do is I’m going to work this and row so I’m going to go back and forth back
and forth just knitting each one of the stitches for one row then come back and knit the others that just like we did here for this part so here we have our stitches so since these are circular needles we’re going to have to somehow
open them up like this or give us room to do this and put all your stitches back into the needle here here I’m going to get this needle and here so that this part here is easier to seem once it’s done I’m going to always
knit the first stitch like this see I’m going to knit this stitch here knit the next knit the next and so on this is all i’m going to do all around so let me show you how you transition from one
side to the other since we had to split our stitches here in half once you have more rows then you can switch to just your normal straight needles if it’s easier for you but right now since there isn’t much room these are better to use
okay so that’s my last stitch now we’re going to turn here now to work these stitches here on this other side you’re just going to push your needle like this and then pull this one make sure that
your yarn is under like this under the needle not over it because then we’re going to create a different stitch and then you’re just going to continue and knit each one of these stitches all the
way to the very end I will meet you here to show you what we need to do next okay i’m here at the end I just need to knit this last stitch here we’re going to always knit the last stitch and we’re
always going to knit the first stitch this is so that it’s easier for us to seam abbis leave once we’re done so now to work the next row we’re going to just turn this like this and we’re going to
work our way around again here you’re just going to knit the first stitch like i said like this and then it to next knit the next and so on you’re going to do this for about 45 rows and then we’re
going to switch to a 35 millimeter kneading needles this is to start shaping the cuff and then we’re going to finish with seven rows of knit one purl one just like this like this so here you’re just going to
continue and finish this row just going to show you again how to transition to the other stitches we’re going to finish this here make sure that you always knit each row to create our garter stitch
pattern now let go that needle push your needle like this once we have enough room here under the sleeve we can put all of our stitches into one needle this is only for now because we don’t have much room here for all the stitches
to fit into one needle so once we have more room here it’ll be a lot easier so we’re going to grab this needle and we’re going to go to this side and work our stitches and then just start knitting this side
here like this and this is all we’re going to do okay so continue like this

and I’ll meet you at the end of the 44th row to show you the next two rows that’s where we’re going to switch to the 35
millimeter meaning needles and then with the same needles are going to do the cuff which is seven rows of knit one purl one so I’m at the end here let go this needle turn put your yarn under knit to the first stitch and repeat and
that’s all we’re going to do so I’ll meet you at the end of the 44th row okay i’m here at the end of the 44th row so now what we’re going to do is for the next two rows and to do the cuff here at
the end of the sleeve we’re going to use these three point five millimeter needing needles so to do this next row row 45 and 46 we’re just going to knit each one of these stitches like this
just like we’ve been doing the only difference is that we’re going to use these three point five millimeter needing needles so like this when you finish this row turn knit the first stitch end all the way to the end so
continue and I’ll meet you at the end of row 46 to show you what we need to do next okay I finished making these two rows row 45 and 46 so now for the next seven rows we’re going to knit one purl
one to make the cuff here at the end of the sleeve so to do that we’re going to knit the first stitch like this we’re going to purl the next stitch knit the next purl the next and so on continue
like this all the way to the end of this row and I will meet you there to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at the end this first row of knit one purl one now to finish my last my stitch here was a
knit so the last one here I’m going to purl and that’s how we finish this row now from here on you’re just going to do the same thing for each row you’re going to turn and here you’re going to do the
opposite of what you did on the previous row this last stitch was a purl now in this row we’re going to knit and then all the knit stitches on the previous row you’re going to purl and that’s all
you’re going to do for seven rows so continue finish this row turn and then again repeat the knit one purl one like i said for seven rows i’ll meet you once this part here is done to show you what we need to do next
okay finish making my seven rows of knit one purl one so now we’re going to cast off our stitches so to do that this first stitch we’re going to knit the next one we’re going to purl
now the first stitch that we knit we’re going to bring it over the stitch that we pearled lavis so we just cast off the first stitch now the next stitch you’re going to knit and bring this stitch over
the stitch that you just knitted like this the next one you’re going to purl and same thing bring this stitch over the stitch that you just pearled and that’s all there is to casting off your stitches so continue and finish
this row and then I’ll meet you back to show you what we need to do next okay I finished casting off all my stitches here and that’s what it looks like so now what we’re going to do is we’re
going to cut our yarn but we’re going to leave a pretty long strand about that much I don’t know about 28 24 inches so cut it here don’t do what I did I accidentally cut my yarn not realizing
that I was going to have to seam this part here so I cut it too short so here what what we’re going to do is we’re going to pass our yarn through this last loop like this and then we’re going to
seam this is my knot here that’s why I shouldn’t have cut it but anyways okay so it’s just pasture yarn through that last loop and this part here is done now we’re going to seam this here so we’re
going to do it from the right side so don’t turn it inside out so that’s your yarn through the needle like this and here we’re going to go under here and I’m going to go here into this next stitch because I
have that yarn there like this so no it’s closed now we’re going to go here along the very edge and we’re going to pick up that little bar that’s right where the stitch starts so right here
let’s do it here on this side mmm go into the next stitch right there and into the next stitch here into the next stitch here and into the next stitch here and one more thing that’s right there
now we’re going to make sure that our rows correspond with one another so I like to go through this knot you can go through here but I like to go through here like this that’s why we knit every
row because for me it’s easier to seam this part with that little knot here on the very edge like this find the next one the next one here and that’s all this is how we’re going to close this
part here so continue and I’ll meet you right about here there isn’t anything special here to finish which is going to probably do this last one then hide our ends but i’ll show you that next so continue and
do this part okay I’m here at the end I did my last stitch here like I said there’s nothing special here to close because all of your rows should really just line up so I’m just going to insert
my needle here on the inside just insert your needle here and then we’re just going to hide our ends and this part here is done and that’s what it looks like there it is now what we’re going to do here is along
the the sides here we’re going to make single crochets on both sides so beginning here at the bottom with this four millimeter crochet hook I’m going to grab a loop with the same yarn like
this bring it through the front chain one and into the same stitch here make your first single crochet we’re going to make single crochets here like this and then we’re going to go in between rows
see right there starting here let’s see we’re gonna go here we’re going to make single crochets just like this and this is all I’m going to do all the way up to here so I will meet
you here and then I will show you what we’re going to do here for the yoke okay did 34 single crochets from here up to here okay so now what we’re going to do is we’re going to go here into this
stitch let’s see this is a double crochet so we’re going to make two single crochets there then two single crochets into these three chains two single crochets here two single crochets here and two single crochets here two
and then one and one let’s see and the row chains one single crochet okay so let’s see how many we have we have two four six eight ten twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen single crochets and that’s what it should look like now
we’re going to go around the neckline so here you’re going to make two single crochets actually into this corner chain right there and then we’re going to continue around neckline just making
single crochets like this okay so continue like this all around I’ll meet you here at this other end to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at this other end of the neckline here into
this last stitch right there I did two single crochets now here we’re going to work the same number of stitches we did here on this side here we did 15 in them 34 so remember that one stitch that I’m trying to hide this
end here so one and then one and then two here on each one of these stitches – right there and to and now we’re just going to continue and make one stitch here along the very edge see it there like this so
continuing on meet you right here to show you what we need to do next okay i’m here at the end of this other side I finished making the single crochets now we’re going to chain one and turn here
into the last single crochet I’m going to make a single crochet and then we’re just going to work our way up

just making single crochets all the way around when you come here to this and right here right before you start the
neckline you’re going to make two single crochets there as well and then work single crochets around the neckline I will meet you here right here on this other end because here on this side we’re going to make two buttonholes so
i’ll meet you here to show you how we’re going to do that okay I’m here at the top of the neckline I’ve actually just done this part here of single crochets this is the second row here around the
neckline I’m only going to do slip stitches because I don’t want this per here to be too wide I did single crochets and I didn’t like the way that it looked so here this is where we did
two single crochets into that very corner stitch so into the next I’m going to work a slip stitch just like this a slip stitch into each one of the stitches so continue like this all around the neckline I will meet you here
at the end to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at this other end this is where we did a slip stitches around the collar now here into the stitch I did two single crochet so I went from making slip stitches to two
single crochets into that stitch right there in the very corner now into the next stitch here I’m going to make a single crochet and I have stitch markers here placed I’m only going to do three
buttonholes if you want to make buttonholes along this part here you can do them in the same way so into this next stitch I have a stitch marker so i’m going to chain two skip this single crochet and into the next I’m going to
make a single crochet now the buttons that I’m going to use are these what buttons and they do fit through two chains if you’re using smaller buttons just make sure that it fits through the
two chains that we’re making if not then only chain one now here we’re going to single crochet one two three four five six so let’s see that’s two three four five six and then I have my next stitch
marker so that’s two chains skip the single crochet and then again work six single crochets that’s two three four five six skip this single crochet chain two and into the next make a single
crochet now from here just continue and work single crochets all the way to the end I will meet you here to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at the end now what we’re going to do is
we’re going to work slip stitches here along this part so turn don’t chain just just turn here and into the same stitch here make your first slip stitch like this and then continue just making slip
stitches all the way here to the top here where we did the the two chains you’re just going to make two slip stitches by just going in and then slip stitch go back in and then slip stitch all the way to the top I will meet you
here at this other end to show you what we need to do next okay I’m here at the top this is where we did slip stitches along this side now we’re going to do the same thing along the neckline which
is going to go through the front loop of the stitch see right there along the very edge that’s where we’re going to go in so like this slip stitch slip stitch then slip stitch continue like this all
around here you’re just going to continue along you’re not going to make two single crochets or anything just continue along this part here and I’ll meet you at the end right here to show
you our finished baby cardigan okay so here’s my finished jacket I went ahead and just finished here this last row I did my last slip stitch here at the end then just cut my yarn and pass my yarn through that last loop and then just hit
my ends here on this side so my little jacket is done I also went ahead and added the buttons I had these flower buttons that I love the way that they look I think they go very well with the jacket now these are the sleeves there
it is here’s the other one now the back this is the back and this is the bottom there it is so now let me give you the measurements of the finished jacket from the top of the neckline down to the end
here it’s measuring twelve point seven five inches which is about 32 and a half centimeters from the top of the neckline down to the end of the sleeve it’s measuring eleven and a half inches which
is about 29 centimeters under the sleeve to the end of the sleeve it’s measuring six inches which is about 15 centimeters and around the waist it’s measuring 49 point two five centimeters so based on
those measurements I say that this little jacket is for a baby between 6 and 9 months now there’s also a lot of stretch here with this stitch though I said that it also could fit a baby between maybe 9 9 10 months or so since
it does stretch a lot okay so this has been today’s tutorial I hope you like it thank you so much for watching until next time

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