hi in this video I want to teach you how to let this baby sweater is run around for a month to 24 and it's very easy to do and here is the list of material you're going to need to make to make this baby sweater that yeah I gotta use is from red hair with wall is menu for it has a hundred gram the color is tropical N is eighty percent acrylic and twenty percent wool the needles are going to use they are seven millimeters you're gonna need something to count the rows so I bought these in ebay China it's really cute it's a digital counter
so you put around your finger and you yes count as you go and you're gonna need scissors and tapestry needle you got to make two pieces like this one so I cast on forty two stitches and I work for forty two rows and draw number 43 and 44 the word purl row and number 45 I cast off so you're going to end up with a piece like this and I love this stitch it was the same stitch that I use for the Hudson scarf that I did a few videos ago so then I cast 42 I start here with two purl and I end up with two purl for this piece for the other one I will start with two net and I will finish
with two knit and the right side of the piece and remember the right side of the piece is where you have the tail and your right side so remember that one piece you start with to purl row and finish with two purl and the other one you had to start with two net and finish with two knit the right side here are going to wrap around my yarn on my needle forty-two times and when I finish wrapping around I will show you how we're going to cast on and that will be detail that we need for the cast once you have the money tell that you need you will do a slipknot
these teach that we are doing is multiple three these within the top at the same time is divisible by two for the bottom so you can add say twelve stitches but you don't can do fifteen because there will be an odd number and here you need even number in the bond so that's why I did 42 so if I wanted this bigger I don't can add three because there will be 45 will had to add six six at the time if I have one smaller you will have to remove six stitches at the time so to get the measurements I don't have a little kid so what I did is I have these
little baby pop so this one is from six to twelve and this one will be from a to 18-month a little bit bigger so from eight to 18 months and that is what's my 42 stitches if you have a bigger kid you'll have to cut down some stitches working for a couple of rows Kuster off and then measure get the measurements and one of the baby's pieces if you don't have the baby with you you can ask their parent to give you the measurement one other pieces and you can figure out the measurements that you need to do the piece I recommend this because I don't
have kids like I mentioned little kids so you have a five years old you'll have to find one of his clothes and do that in order to get the measurements because I don't have five years old in my house or any five years old clothes so that's what I recommend so what you're gonna do is you're gonna cast off the mana stitches that you need for your piece for mine I wanna do 42 just like this something that depends to how many stitches you gonna cast on and that's why I recommend to do the little piece is the type of yarn that you're using
and the size needle if I using a thinner yarn and a smaller needle this piece will be for a smaller baby so you had to have that into account once we finished casting on you're going to do a little knot here not too tight this enough to secure the first stitch so remember you're going to star one of the piece with to purl and finish you to purl and the next one you will start with no net and then finish with two Nate I mentioned that I did forty two row of the stitch and 43 and 44 was pearl in 45 cast off that is of the stitch I don't count the sixth row of
border okay so you're going to do six role border and you're going to star either with two pearls or two net remember they would not you have to start with Roberts so one two four six row to show you the sign are going to be working only in these 12 stitches because I already have my other piece here ready for my two row pearl so what I'm doing now is something I wanted to mention for example if you mine was to purl and beginning to at the end because the forest with stitches but you doing bigger or smaller and you start with two purl and finish with two net the row the
other piece you will do exactly the same so mines are different because I finished I start with two purl and finish with two purl so the other one I has to start with two net and finish with two knit that is the other piece you're going to continue this was a net on this side so it's a pair on the back side so you want to continue working the border for 6ro once you finish with the six row and gonna race with six row so I don't want to count the six row as part of the stitch so I gonna start with one purl yarn over and two together that is
the stitch for the entire piece the repetition of those three in that order one purl yarn over over your Edel leather and two together and purl stitch does the repetition that you're going to do all those three one purl you see again we start with the first one yarn over and two together and approach dish it's a very easiest dish so what yeah number and two together well yarn over in two together you want to continue doing this until the another row so I'm going to mark that first row you cannot turn around your work and you star exactly the same as you did the
first row one pearl yarn over and two together another two together is that turn over that you did before and the next one those two stitches together you have to remember all let's do the yarn over because each time you do two together you are decreasing the stitch and that jar over is the increase as I stitch again okay so you have to increase the stitch first just a yarn over and then you always do the tool together this is a pearl first Pro yarn over and together each time you go to do the yarn over and the two together you see you had this one and the other need
that open stitch line and as you guide that way you know what to do next one pearl yarn over and to do girl Jan offer two together and again you turn your work around once you finish that row and you're going to mark that second row again one purl yarn over one more time one pearl yarn over to do you're going to continue doing this until you have the desired length that you want for your piece for me this one that I have here ready to do the row to row of purl it major 28 centimeters that is from the border everything 28 centimeters now we're going to do once
you finish with those do with that piece that measured this length or the length that you need for yours we're going to do two row pearls once you finish those 42 row on a mono row that you need for yours the next two row they're going to be pearls and I gonna start my first row in the right side of the piece you wanna pearl you see that's the yarn over you're going to grab like this and you're going to purl down you need to borrow every single one but I'll continue doing this for this row and the next one if you like you can
do more row but for me only two once you finish with those two a pearl you're going to cast off a binder and we're going to do it in a row row row or a pearl stitch you're going to Pro one and you're going to Pro the second one now that first one that you Pro you're going to pass it on top of the second one take it out of the needle lets you cast off a bind up you're going to do the same to the next one you're going to purl the next one you'll have to stitch on your needle you could have the one in the back and pass it through
the top of the front again throw the next one the first one and pass on top and like that you want to continue until you have one left on your needle you're going to end up with the one stitch so you want to cut the yarn long enough for sewing in the shoulder part so you're going to grab your your honor passes through the loop not too tightly the one that stage too tight so you're going to do the same with it two parts and now we're going to sew top of the shoulder and then do the sleeves once you have the two parts done you're
going to place it one on top of each other right side out so how do I know my right sides are out when I have my two tails on my right hand so here on the top you will have a long tail in the back and in this side in the front that's for sewing this shoulder you're going to sew around four fingers like that and this side in four and the other one but something that I wanted you to do is when you start sewing in a six side when you have around three you stop there don't finish it off go to the other side and do the same dried up color part on your baby's on your kids
head and then you will know if that's the right size for so if you find that it's a little too big you'll continue until a couple more couple more on the other side and if it's too tight you won't do those a little piece that you saw and the same in the other side until you have the right size in here so that's what I recommend – and then once you finish sewing that part we'll start with the scoop once you finish sewing the color will be like this now we're going to start with a sleeve I did one of the sleeve with asti look
really nice and now I'm going to show you how to do the other one you're gonna place the sweater open like that in front of you and you're going to start casting on the sleeve from the left hand to the right and this is the right side of the piece so that's what I did in this one you see the piece in front of me like this and I start casting on from the left hand to the right here you're gonna see if you lift it up you're gonna see all these little loops or pumps so those are the ones that we gonna cast and on your needle so for mine id24 12
in this sigh and 12 in design so I started counting 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 and 12 so my needle I'm gonna start ladies we counting until you have 12 on this side and 12 and the other okay I wanted to show you how you're going to customer continue passing on see it easy to grab so I have 12 and then 1 2 3 4 5 6 have my top my 24 st once you have your stitches and remember if you are doing this bigger you had to cast on more but the same amount on each side with a crochet hook are going to pass in the back my jar and I wanna do a little knot here secure it and then I will start
with a stitch here I wanted to show you what I did in this leaf and this leaf i while i cast out 24 so i did 3 purl follow the border in the beginning and three pearls at the end that way each time i decrease i decrease from the Pearl and know from the stitches so I did 3 purl for the border one purl yarn over two together one purl generated together one protein already together until eyes that to the end I finish with three pearls I turn around my work again I did three pearls for with the border one purl done over two together like I continued until row a and r o9 I did a
decrease in each n so what I did was I did a pro two together in a purl stitch and then purl yarn over two together like that and then when I got to the NL r oh 9 I did the decrease again so I continue working with two border stitch and the stitch in two voltage stitch at the end until Row 18 and row 19 I did a decrease I did two together on a pro stitch one purl yarn over and two together and I continue until have the length here and then here for my n for the cuff at this leaf I did one purl one knit one purl one knit one purl knit now we're going to start I gonna keep track
on my stitch that my rows so this is really nice I like it so much that I ordered two more they were like a dollar twenty-three canady not 29 Canadian so I order a green and red so what I did was I went in eBay and Google eBay and I put the stitch counter and they have different ones and I like these digital ones and it's easy with me because you put around your finger and they don't break apart like the other ones I don't know if and I know hearing from Canada you can order the eBay and from the state but I don't know other countries
so you have to check it out they are digital so you're going to do one two three pearls for the border stitch now you're going to do one pearl yarn over and two together you see we are start again with the same stitch that we did for the body of the piece one pearl yarn over and two together pearl yarn over and two together so you're going to continue until you have three left on your needle and remember these last two before the three portal stitch they will be two to the other did I have my two together that I have left three paroles
you're going to turn your work around and you're going to start with one to and three pearl for the Borden stitch and then one pearl yarn over and two together like these you're going to continue this is row number two so you're going to continue until row number eight when you finish row number eight and draw number nine we want to do that decrease put eyes finished row number eight and now we're going to do for number nine so you don't have to do the decrease you can work a straight without decrease until row 26 and then
in row 27 you kind of start one purl one knit one purl one knit one purl one net for six row and then in the seventh row you will cast off I do in the decrease because I already did in the other sleeve but I think I will have rather not to have done the decrease ll-look okay the little nar on the front but I look fine so I'm designing another one a different color a little different in the front so I don't going to do any decrease in those sleeves so for those ones that decide to do the decrease you're gonna do one purl and then two together and a purl stitch that is your
decrease so you want to continue working with the stitch you see one purl yarn over two together until you have the three left when once you do the two together here you're going to do two more together here and you want to end with one purl so you're going to continue working only with two parole for the border stitch in each end until Row 18 now we're going to do problem number 19 we're going to put it together and then one purl yarn over knit two together let that you're going to continue all the way until the end when
you have two and you will do them two together and a purl stitch you don't gonna do any more decrease so you will work those are stitches that you have left until row 26 row 27 I will show you how to do the end of the sleeve this party so I finished on number 26 now we're going to work in 27 and 27 is one purl one knit one purl one knit one purl one net until the end and then on the other side what you did pearl in this side there will be net in the other side so you will do the reverse you know you pull all the pearls and net the net so if you start here with the Pro and the
other side will be a net and this lets the net and the other side will be a pearl so that's what I am so when you're going to work that until row number six and in row number seven you cast off or bind off so you're going to throw one and you're going to need the next C this one is the yarn over here you're going to purl died away and you're going to need the next throw this way and now the yarn over is a net I'm going to continue until here you see this one is there troopers in the other side here I've finished the first row
with the knit stitch now when I turn my work around I will start with a purl because on this side then it is a pearl and then the net pearl net light up you're going to continue for sixth row I finished row number six now I'm going to cast off so what I'm going to do is I gonna purl the first one and I'm going to net the second and I'm going to pass that first one and top the second now these are the several so you will purl down pass this one top it out the next one will be a net so you net down a pass this one like that you're going to
continue to you have one left on your needle I have one stitch left I gonna pull it up a little bit I'm gonna cut a very long tail and I'm gonna pass it through here through the loop and tie the stitch like that not too tight and then we start sewing I live a very long tail for the other side so we're going to finish now or little baby sweater – so from the right side of the sweater the tapestry needle you're going to so start at the tip at the sleeve so you have to make sure that you pass it a couple of time through there because that is where a
little more pressure will go each time the kid put a little sweater on you also in a 6i matching every stitch with every stitch here try to bring an even here and even in the bottom okay so I'll meet you here when I have my piece done well this is the end result and I love this little baby sweater this could be for a boy or a girl so I hope you guys like it and I'm going to show you the amount of yarn that I have left from my second ball of yarn so you will need to purchase to a hundred gram this is how much I have left you can try to make a hat with these so I
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