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Old 08-11-2010, 03:13 PM   #1
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I just finished this. I wanted to make the Baby Raglan Sweater by Carole Barenys that is on Knitting on the Net. But nothing can be that simple. My gauge was different so I had to rewrite everything for my gauge. This is knit from the top down and is seamless. I did picked up buttonbands instead of the knit on ones. My FO looks like hers.

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Old 08-11-2010, 04:55 PM   #2
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I just finished this. I wanted to make the Baby Raglan Sweater by Carole Barenys that is on Knitting on the Net. But nothing can be that simple. My gauge was different so I had to rewrite everything for my gauge. This is knit from the top down and is seamless. I did picked up buttonbands instead of the knit on ones. My FO looks like hers.

I love it.,
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Oh how precious. That might be just what I have been looking for, a seamless sweater for my first one. Love the color!
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So cute! You did great job of rewriting the pattern -- it looks flawless. I love the color too.
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Looks like it turned out beautifully! You'd never know that you rewrote the pattern, lol. Looks like it will be nice and cozy too!
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lgoddard, this would be a good first sweater. You can do it in plain St st as well.
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Really cute! Is this for a newborn?
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Adorable! You did a great job improvising!
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The original said it was for a 6 month old and came in only one size. The finished chest measurement says 19 inches. The sleeves were supposed to be 5" or to desired length. I'm not sure of the overall length, it is not given in inches.

I think mine turned out what I'm calling 6 months as well. It is 19 1/2 " chest, overall length is 8 3/4" and sleeves are 5".
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