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Cardigan in Sirdar Snuggly Pattercake DK (5229)
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Cardigan in Sirdar Snuggly Pattercake DK (5229)

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Grab this petite knitted Cardigan in Sirdar Snuggly Pattercake DK for your little one. Pattercake is a DK yarn which comes in 150g cake, a blend of 70% Acrylic 30% Nylon. Perfect for babies garments and accessories and comes in a range of colourful shades.

Sizes: 0 - 3 years

This kit contains: 

  • 1 x Sirdar Snuggly Pattercake DK - Blustery Grey (0761)
  • 1 x Digital Pattern

You will also require: 4mm Knitting Needles, Stitch Holders


  • Yarn weight: DK

  • Length: 498m

  • Needle Size: 4mm Knitting Needles

  • Ball weight: 150g per ball

  • Tension: 21 sts and 40 rows to 10cm (4in), over garter stitch

  • Fibre: 70% Acrylic 30% Nylon

  • Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern

  • Garment: Cardigan

  • Pattern For: Babies

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Linda K.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Easy pattern

Easy to knit up - to knit for little girl just make up inside out. Will knit this again

Diana H.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Lovely baby jacket pattern

I haven’t made this jacket yet but it is on my ‘to do very soon’ list. I love the garter stitch design which is a classic style providing the warmth of double fabric thickness.

Jennifer M.
Netherlands Netherlands
Brilliant kits

Easy to follow pattern and proud of finished article.

Sally L.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Garter stitch cardigan

Pattern was very easy to download

Valerie W.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
No guide for reversing buttonholes

I have downloaded this pattern, but there are no alternative instructions for reversing the buttons and buttonholes. On reading how the pattern works I am not sure how straightforward this will be.