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Horseshoe Cable Pullover - Free Knitting Pattern with Step by Step Videos

Updated on April 16, 2016
(c) whiteflowerneedle 2015
(c) whiteflowerneedle 2015

I am thinking to make a pullover with hoodie for my daughter because she likes to wear hoodies. Off course it should be her favorite color. She doesn't wear if a sweater is bigger than her size and refuses to wear and said it is not hers. For me, I want to make it bigger than her size and she can wear a little longer but it should be fitted look. Then I got an idea to add some ribbing in the pattern and I love to add some cables too. When I finished it, my daughter like it so much and ask me to put it on right away. Big achievements, right? I saw her happiness and satisfaction when she wore this pullover.

This lovely pattern is knitted from hoodie to bottom with seamless raglan yoke construction. No need to worry for finishing and it is minimal, requiring only seaming on the top of the hoodie. I showed how to sew the hoodie clearly in my YouTube video too. It simply started with two traditional cables from hoodie and formed a Horseshoe cable when knitting in the round for the body.

Sleeves are working in the round with double pointed needles. Ribbing on the sleeves and the both sides of the body shapes fitted look and can make room for kids' growth. I think It looks beautiful on both girls and boys. If you have basic knowledge of cabling, it is not difficult to knit.

(c) whiteflowerneedle 2015
(c) whiteflowerneedle 2015

Required skills

  • Basic knit & purl stitches
  • Raglan increasing
  • Decreasing
  • Basic cables
  • Seaming for top of the hoodie
  • Knitting in the round

Size

  • 2 to 4 Years

Actual chest measurement

  • 21 to 22 in OR 53.5 to 56 cm

Yarn

You will need category 4 medium worsted weight approximately 636 yards or 581 meter. In the pictures, I used Lion Brand Martha Stewart Crafts Extra Soft Wool Blend Holly Berry (5400-513). It has 65% acrylic and 35% wool and easy to care.

Gauge

22 sts and 30 rows equal 4 inches or 10 cm in stocking sts with US6 or UK8 or 4 mm needle. I am a tight knitter and you may have different gauge. You can also use any yarn or a needle size that gives you right gauge.

Needles & materials

  1. A set of US4/ UK9/ 3.5 mm double pointed needles
  2. A set of US6/ UK8/ 4 mm double pointed needles
  3. 16 in/ 40 cm US4/ UK9/ 3.5 mm circular needle
  4. 16 in/ 40 cm US6/UK8/ 4 mm circular needle
  5. 4 or more stitch markers as needed
  6. 2 waste yarns
  7. Cable needle
  8. Yarn needle

Stitches & explanation

K - Knit

P - Purl

SSK - Slip, slip, knit

K2tog - Knit two stitches together

P2tog - Purl two stitches together

Kfb - Knit the front of a stitch, then knit the back of the same stitch

C8F - Put 4 sts on your cable needle and hold in front of your work, knit next 4 sts and then knit 4 sts from your cable needle

C8B - Put 4 sts on your cable needle and hold in back of your work, knit next 4 sts and then knit 4 sts from your cable needle

For explanation and tutorials for these stitches, visit "Christy Hills" Youtube channel.

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(c) whiteflowerneedle 2015

Start from The Hoodie

Cast on 68 stitches by using US6/ UK8/ 4 mm needles. When you cast on, leave a long tail about 20 in/ 51 cm to sew with later.

Row 1: P8, K to last 8 sts, P8.

Row 2: K to end.

Row 3: P8, K to last 8 sts, P8.

Row 4: C8B, K20, PM, Kfb twice, K8, Kfb twice, PM, K20, C8F. (72) sts

Row 5: P8, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, P8.

Row 6: K to end and slip the markers.

Row 7: P8, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, P8.

Row 8: K to 1st marker, SM, Kfb twice, K to 2 sts before 2nd marker, Kfb twice, SM, K to end. (76) sts

Row 9: P8, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, P8.

Row 10: K to end and slip the markers.

Row 11: P8, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, P8.

Row 12: C8B, K to 1st marker, SM, Kfb twice, K to 2 sts before 2nd marker, Kfb twice, SM, K to last 8 sts, C8F. (80) sts

Repeat Row 5 to 12 to reach Row 20. There will be 88 sts on Row 20.

Repeat Row 5 to 8 to reach Row 24. There will be 92 sts on Row 24.

Row 25: P8, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, P8.

Row 26: K to end and slip the markers.

Row 27: Same as Row 25.

Row 28: C8B, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, C8F.

Row 29: Same as Row 25.

Row 30: Same as Row 26.

Row 31: Same as Row 25.

Row 32: Same as Row 26.

Repeat Rows 25 to 32 (3) more times to reach Row 56.

Repeat Rows 25 to 28 to reach Row 60.

Row 61: P8, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, P8.

Row 62: K to 1st marker, SM, SSK twice, K to 4 sts before 2nd marker, K2tog twice, SM, K to end. (88) sts

Row 63: Same as Row 61.

Row 64: K to end and slip the markers.

Row 65: Same as Row 61.

Row 66: Same as Row 62. (84) sts

Row 67: Same as Row 61.

Row 68: C8B, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, C8F.

Repeat Rows 61 to 68 to reach Row 76. (76) sts

Repeat Rows 61 to 65 to reach Row 81. (72) sts

Row 82: K to end and slip the markers.

Row 83: P8, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, P8.

Row 84: C8B, K to last 8 sts and slip the markers, C8F.

Row 85: Same as Row 83.

Row 86: Same as Row 82.

Row 87: Same as Row 83.

Row 88: K to end and remove the markers.

Hoodie is finished.

Just flat knitting for the hoodie. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015
Just flat knitting for the hoodie. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015

Divide fronts, back and sleeves with four markers.

Row 89: P8, K2, P5, PM, P1, K2, P2, K2, P1, PM, P26, PM, P1, K2, P2, K2, P1, PM, P5, K2, P8. (72) sts

Start raglan increasing and slip all markers from this row.

Row 90: K8, P2, K4, Kfb, SM, Kfb, P2, K2, P2, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K24, Kfb, SM, Kfb, P2, K2, P2, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K4, P2, K8. (80) sts

Row 91: P8, K2, P6, SM, P2, K2, P2, K2, P2, SM, P28, SM, P2, K2, P2, K2, P2, SM, P6, K2, P8.

Row 92: C8B, P2, K5, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K1, P2, K2, P2, K1, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K26, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K1, P2, K2, P2, K1, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K5, P2, C8F. (88) sts

Row 93: P8, K2, P7, SM, P3, K2, P2, K2, P3, SM, P30, SM, P3, K2, P2, K2, P3, SM, P7, K2, P8.

Row 94: K8, P2, K6, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K2, P2, K2, P2, K2, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K28, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K2, P2, K2, P2, K2, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K6, P2, K8. (96) sts

Row 95: P8, K2, P8, SM, P4, K2, P2, K2, P4, SM, P32, SM, P4, K2, P2, K2, P4, SM, P8, K2, P8.

Row 96: K8, P2, K7, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K3, P2, K2, P2, K3, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K30, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K3, P2, K2, P2, K3, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K7, P2, K8. (104) sts

Row 97: P8, K2, P9, SM, P5, K2, P2, K2, P5, SM, P34, SM, P5, K2, P2, K2, P5, SM, P9, K2, P8.

Row 98: K8, P2, K8, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K4, P2, K2, P2, K4, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K32, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K4, P2, K2, P2, K4, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K8, P2, K8. (112) sts

Flat knitting is done and ready to start knitting in the round. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015
Flat knitting is done and ready to start knitting in the round. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015

Flat knitting is done. Start to knit in the round. Hold the needle facing right side and every round is going to knit facing right side from this row. Starting point is between the two cables. It is easy to remember and no need to place a marker but you can place a marker if you like.

Round 1: K8, P2, K10, SM, K6, P2, K2, P2, K6, SM, K36, SM, K6, P2, K2, P2, K6, SM, K10, P2, K8.

Round 2: C8B, P2, K9, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K5, P2, K2, P2, K5, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K34, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K5, P2, K2, P2, K5, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K9, P2, C8F. (120) sts

Round 3: K8, P2, K11, SM, K7, P2, K2, P2, K7, SM, K38, SM, K7, P2, K2, P2, K7, SM, K11, P2, K8.

Round 4: K8, P2, K10, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K6, P2, K2, P2, K6, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K36, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K6, P2, K2, P2, K6, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K10, P2, K8. (128) sts

Round 5: K8, P2, K12, SM, K8, P2, K2, P2, K8, SM, K40, SM, K8, P2, K2, P2, K8, SM, K12, P2, K8.

Round 6: K8, P2, K11, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K7, P2, K2, P2, K7, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K38, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K7, P2, K2, P2, K7, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K11, P2, K8. (136) sts

Round 7: K8, P2, K13, SM, K9, P2, K2, P2, K9, SM, K42, SM, K9, P2, K2, P2, K9, SM, K13, P2, K8.

Round 8: K8, P2, K12, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K8, P2, K2, P2, K8, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K40, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K8, P2, K2, P2, K8, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K12, P2, K8. (144) sts

Round 9: K8, P2, K14, SM, K10, P2, K2, P2, K10, SM, K44, SM, K10, P2, K2, P2, K10, SM, K14, P2, K8.

Round 10: C8B, P2, K13, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K9, P2, K2, P2, K9, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K42, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K9, P2, K2, P2, K9, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K13, P2, C8F. (152) sts

Round 11: K8, P2, K15, SM, K11, P2, K2, P2, K11, SM, K46, SM, K11, P2, K2, P2, K11, SM, K15, P2, K8.

Round 12: K8, P2, K14, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K10, P2, K2, P2, K10, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K44, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K10, P2, K2, P2, K10, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K14, P2, K8. (160) sts

Round 13: K8, P2, K16, SM, K12, P2, K2, P2, K12, SM, K48, SM, K12, P2, K2, P2, K12, SM, K16, P2, K8.

Round 14: K8, P2, K15, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K11, P2, K2, P2, K11, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K46, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K11, P2, K2, P2, K11, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K15, P2, K8. (168) sts

Round 15: K8, P2, K17, SM, K13, P2, K2, P2, K13, SM, K50, SM, K13, P2, K2, P2, K13, SM, K17, P2, K8.

Round 16: K8, P2, K16, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K12, P2, K2, P2, K12, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K48, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K12, P2, K2, P2, K12, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K16, P2, K8. (176) sts

Round 17: K8, P2, K18, SM, K14, P2, K2, P2, K14, SM, K52, SM, K14, P2, K2, P2, K14, SM, K18, P2, K8.

Round 18: C8B, P2, K17, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K13, P2, K2, P2, K13, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K50, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K13, P2, K2, P2, K13, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K17, P2, C8F. (184) sts

Round 19: K8, P2, K19, SM, K15, P2, K2, P2, K15, SM, K54, SM, K15, P2, K2, P2, K15, SM, K19, P2, K8.

Round 20: K8, P2, K18, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K14, P2, K2, P2, K14, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K52, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K14, P2, K2, P2, K14, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K18, P2, K8. (192) sts

Round 21: K8, P2, K20, SM, K16, P2, K2, P2, K16, SM, K56, SM, K16, P2, K2, P2, K16, SM, K20, P2, K8.

Round 22: K8, P2, K19, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K15, P2, K2, P2, K15, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K54, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K15, P2, K2, P2, K15, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K19, P2, K8. (200) sts

Round 23: K8, P2, K21, SM, K17, P2, K2, P2, K17, SM, K58, SM, K17, P2, K2, P2, K17, SM, K21, P2, K8.

Round 24: K8, P2, K20, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K16, P2, K2, P2, K16, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K56, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K16, P2, K2, P2, K16, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K20, P2, K8. (208) sts

Round 25: K8, P2, K22, SM, K18, P2, K2, P2, K18, SM, K60, SM, K18, P2, K2, P2, K18, SM, K22, P2, K8.

Round 26: C8B, P2, K21, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K17, P2, K2, P2, K17, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K58, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K17, P2, K2, P2, K17, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K21, P2, C8F. (216) sts

Round 27: K8, P2, K23, SM, K19, P2, K2, P2, K19, SM, K62, SM, K19, P2, K2, P2, K19, SM, K23, P2, K8.

Round 28: K8, P2, K22, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K18, P2, K2, P2, K18, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K60, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K18, P2, K2, P2, K18, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K22, P2, K8. (224) sts

Start Side Ribbing

Round 29: K8, P2, K22, P1, K1, SM, K20, P2, K2, P2, K20, SM, K1, P1, K60, P1, K1, SM, K20, P2, K2, P2, K20, SM, K1, P1, K22, P2, K8.

Round 30: K8, P2, K22, P1, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K19, P2, K2, P2, K19, Kfb, SM, Kfb, P1, K60, P1, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K19, P2, K2, P2, K19, Kfb, SM, Kfb, P1, K22, P2, K8. (232) sts

Combine front and back body parts and separate sleeves on holders.

Round 31: K8, P2, K22, P2, K1, remove marker, place 48 sts on a holder or leftover yarn, remove marker, K1, P2, K60, P2, K1, remove marker, place 48 sts on a holder or leftover yarn, remove marker, K1, P2, K22, P2, K8. (You will have total of 136 sts on the needle.)

Round 32: K8, P2, K22, P2, K2, P2, K60, P2, K2, P2, K22, P2, K8. (136) sts

Round 33: Same as Round 32.

Knitting in the round after combing fronts and back. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015
Knitting in the round after combing fronts and back. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015
Hoodie and body parts are finished. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015
Hoodie and body parts are finished. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015

Round 34: C8B, P2, K22, P2, K2, P2, K60, P2, K2, P2, K22, P2, C8F.

Rounds 35 to 41: K8, P2, K22, P2, K2, P2, K60, P2, K2, P2, K22, P2, K8.

Repeat Round 34 to 41 (6) more times to reach Round 89.

Round 90: C8B, P2, K22, P2, K2, P2, K60, P2, K2, P2, K22, P2, C8F.

Change to US4/ UK9/ 3.5 mm circular needle.

Round 91: P2tog, (K2, P2) x 9, K2tog, K1, (P2, K2) x 13, P2, K1, K2tog, (P2, K2) x 9, P2tog. (132) sts

Round 92: P1, *(K2, P2), repeat * to last 3 sts, K2, P1.

Repeat Round 92 to reach Round 102. The garment will be approx. 15.5 in/ 39.5 cm from neck to bottom.

Bind off knit-wise to knit sts and purl-wise to purl sts.

Sleeves

Pick up 48 stitches of one sleeve from the holder onto three US6/ UK8/ 4 mm double pointed needles. Distribute (15, 16, 17) sts on Needle (1, 2, 3) respectively and pick up 2 st each on needles 1 and 3 from underarm. There will be (17, 16, 19) sts on needles (1, 2, 3). Tie yarn at the middle of underarm to knit in the round.

Round 1: K23, PM, P2, K2, P2, PM, K23. (52) sts

Rounds 2-8: K to 1st marker, SM, P2, K2, P2, SM, K to end.

Working on sleeves with dpns. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015
Working on sleeves with dpns. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015

Round 9: K2tog, K to 1st marker, SM, P2, K2, P2, SM, K to last 2 sts, SSK. (50) sts

Rounds 10-17: K to 1st marker, SM, P2, K2, P2, SM, K to end.

Repeat Round 9 to 17 (4) more times to reach Round 53.

Round 54: K2tog, K to 1st marker, SM, P2, K2, P2, SM, K to last 2 sts, SSK. (40) sts

Rounds 55-62: K to 1st marker, SM, P2, K2, P2, SM, K to end.

In this point, you can add some more rows if you want longer sleeves.

Change to three US4/UK9/ 3.5 mm double pointed needles.

Round 63: Kfb, *(P2, K2), repeat * to last 3 sts, P1, P2tog and remove the markers.

Rounds 64-74: *(K2, P2), repeat * to end.

Bind off knit-wise to knit sts and purl-wise to purl sts loosely.

Ready to sew the top of the hoodie. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015
Ready to sew the top of the hoodie. (c) whiteflowerneedle 2015

Finishing

Flip the pullover inside out to get wrong side facing. Fold the top of the hoodie. Sew it with yarn needle by using the long tail which one you leave when you cast on. Weave in all yarn ends as invisible as possible.

No part of this pattern may be copied or reproduced in any way without permission from the author/designer. This pattern is for personal use only and materials made from this pattern are not meant for commercial sale.

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How-to knit detailed videos for this pattern!

I made videos for this pattern to help the new knitters. There are 4 parts for hoodie, raglan increasing, body and sleeves including how to seam at the top of the hoodie. There are much more free knitting videos on my YouTube channel. You can watch and learn if you have time.

Part 1 ( Hoodie )

Part 2 ( Raglan Increasing )

Part 3 ( Body)

Part 4 ( Sleeves )

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    • purl3agony profile image

      Donna Herron 2 years ago from USA

      Absolutely adorable! And it looks like your daughter loves it :) Great job, and thank you for sharing this pattern. I don't do much knitting for children, but I am going to pin this for when I have the opportunity!

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      whiteflowerneedle 2 years ago

      Hi purl3agony,

      Thanks for your comment and your future pinning for this pattern. :)

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      rdweiss 23 months ago

      I love all of your patterns! I'm in the process of knitting this and my daughter keeps asking me when I well be done! I've already made a little mistake when I got distracted and dropped a stitch on the cable part of the hoodie but I'm going to keep going. I might cover it with a bow or something. I've learned so much from your videos I really appreciate you more than you know! My daughter wore a bright pink version of your last uploaded sweater all winter long!

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      whiteflowerneedle 23 months ago

      Hi rdweiss, Thanks for your kind comments. My daughter is wearing this sweater almost everyday too. I am thinking to make one more with other color for her. If you have Ravelry, pls post and share your talent on the pattern page when you finish.

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      Eileen 23 months ago

      This pattern is really beautiful I'm nearly finished and I'm going to post it on ravelry when I'm done. I'm making the sleeve and it seems like it's going to be very long, how long should the sleeve be for this size 2 to 4?I'm on round 54 of the sleeve and it seems very long if I keep going all the way to round 74. At this point the sleeve from the top of the Raglan to the wrist is already 15 inches long. I have no child to model it on because it's for my niece who lives in Japan

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      whiteflowerneedle 23 months ago

      Hi Eileen, For 2-4 years, sleeves length to underarm should be 10 in. So, the length from Round 1 to 74 should be 10 in. The sleeve from the top of the Raglan to the end should be approx. 15.5 inches. I hope you can adjust them depend on these lengths.

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      raj 21 months ago

      Awesome pattern

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      raj 21 months ago

      Hi dear how many sts are needed for hoodie pullover for 4yrs child

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      smj959 20 months ago

      I was wondering if you have the directions for this sweater in larger childrens sizing? I have enjoyed your sweater patterns and have made several but was hoping to make some larger sizes..........

      thanks

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      whiteflowerneedle 20 months ago

      Hi raj and smj959, This pattern is available 5 sizes in my Ravelry store from 6-12 Months to 5-6 years. The link is here, http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/horseshoe-...

      Thanks

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      kimhue0902@gmail.com 20 months ago

      May be,the row 94 have problem 'Row 94: K8, P2, K6, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K2, P2, K2, P2, K2, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K28, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K2, P2, K2, P2, K2, Kfb, SM, Kfb, K6, P2, K8. (96) sts".

      I don't knitting get 96 stitches.

      You can help me ! Thanks so much!

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      whiteflowerneedle 20 months ago

      Hi kimhue0902, Row 94 should be 18 sts, SM, 14 sts, SM, 32 sts, SM, 14 sts, SM, 18 sts. It has total of 96 sts. Each Kfb should have 2 sts. Please check again.

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      kimhue0209@gmail.com 20 months ago

      I understand your formula but I have problem at the stitche, Kfb 7th. I cannot find the 7th Kfb at row 94 to knitting(the 7th Kfb is missing). It's appreciate if you could help. Many thanks.

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      kimhue0902@gmail.com 20 months ago

      I'm sorry. I have found the reason. Because I write chart was wrong,was admitted a sittch. Thank you for support. Thanks very much.

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      Saadia Qadeer 20 months ago

      hi.i liked your sweater video alot.

      I have twin daughters of age 7 years can you send me pattern details according to above mentioned size.actually in Riverly only chest measurements are given.how nuch to cast on? And how i will balance all this pattern with 7 year sweater cast on?

      Your early response will be highly appreciated.

      Take care

      Regards

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      whiteflowerneedle 20 months ago

      Hi Saadia Qadeer, Thanks for liking my videos but I do not have the size for 7 year yet. The biggest size I have for the pattern is 6 year and chest is 24 in. I am think to make bigger sizes but I can not tell when I can make it. Thanks for asking.

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      Saadia Qadeer 20 months ago

      hi!I am Saadia.

      I liked your sweater alot.

      Kindly can you send me details of this sweater for the size 7 years as i have rwin daughters i want to make their sweaters.pattern details mention on this site is only chest size is given of ages more than 2 to 4.i need to ask how much i will cast on and with that cast on how i will balance all the pattern.

      Kindly reply me soon.

      Waiting.

      Saadia

      Regards

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      Saadia Qadeer 20 months ago

      Kindly than send me details of 6 years please.

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      cine 13 months ago

      Thank you for your lovely pattern and it looks great on your daughter

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      Ather 10 months ago

      I like ur this sweater so much. I also want to make a man sweater. Can u please halp me. How to make a man sweater? I have no idea about this. Please

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      Janet 9 months ago

      Hi Christy, good day to you. i wanna to know if i wanna to make more big size for kid say around 10-12 yrs, how much the stitches i need to do. or can you show how to calculate base on size of kid or adult?

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      Athlyn Green 12 days ago from West Kootenays

      Wow! that's an incredibly lovely knitted sweater. And your instructions, photos, and videos are so helpful. What a great article. Three thumbs up. I'm going to post this over at my crafters group.

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