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Cardigans & Sweater by Jenny Watson in James C. Brett Baby 4 Ply (5004)
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Cardigans & Sweater by Jenny Watson in James C. Brett Baby 4 Ply (5004)

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Knit up these adorable babies' cardigans and sweater ready for all occasions. Jenny always creates beautiful designs and these are no different. Featuring the cable detailing on the front of the garments adds a touch of simplistic yet wonderful design. All garments are knitted in James C. Brett Baby 4 Ply, a yarn with a beautiful softness and the practicality of being machine washable.

Size: Prem - 2 Yrs (12" - 20" Chest)

This Kit contains:

  • 2 x James C. Brett Baby 4 Ply - 9
  • 2 x James C. Brett Baby 4 Ply - 5
  • 2 x James C. Brett Baby 4 Ply - 3
  • 1 x Digital Pattern

You will also require 2.75, 3.25mm Knitting Needles, Cable Needle, Stitch Holders and up to 6 buttons for each garment.

Please note: If you would like different colour options to the specified kit colour option, you will have to purchase this separately from the individual yarn pageWe would recommend purchasing Value pack where you can get up to 10% off or call our Customer Service teams on 0845 519 4573. If outside the UK, call +44 (0) 1733 777 345 *(Lines Open: 7:30am - 5:30pm UK Time Monday - Friday) * Call charges may apply. To select your own shades and save up to 10% off.

  • Yarn weight: 4 Ply, Sport (US2)

  • Length: 439m (480 yds) per ball

  • Needle Size: 2.75mm (US2), 3.25mm (US3) Knitting Needles

  • Ball weight: 100g / 3.5oz per ball

  • Tension: 28sts and 36 rows to 10cm, 4in, over pattern using 3.25mm (US3) needles or the size required to give the correct tension.

  • Fibre: 100% Acrylic

  • Care Instructions: 30°C Mild Machine Wash, Do not Bleach, Iron - Low/110, Tumble Dry - Low/60, Dry Clean - Any Solvents

  • Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern

  • Garment: Cardigans & Sweater

  • Pattern For: Babies, Children