Pattern Language - English
Knitting pattern for a Child's Sheep Hoodie for ages birth to 8 years.
Soft and fluffy sheep feature on this Hoodie. Easy to knit in moss stitch and stocking stitch with the garment knitted in one piece up to the armholes. The sheep are knitted on the fronts and back of the jacket and is a great pattern for trying your hand at intarsia knitting (picture knitting). Instructions are given in the pattern.
The pattern uses 3 to 6 (dependant on size) 50 gram balls for the main colour in double knitting yarn DK/8 ply (11 wpi). A small amount of black double knitting yarn is required for the sheep plus 1 – ball King Cole Cuddles Chunky yarn or similar fluffy yarn.
Knitting needles required are 1 pair 4 mm (UK8 - USA6) and 1 pair of 3¼ mm (UK10 - USA3)
3/4 small buttons are required for the front of the cardigan.
Tension - 22 stiches and 28 rows 10cm (4 inches) using 4 mm (UK8 - USA6) needles over stocking stitch.
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Mar 21, 2023
I have not knit yet
Feb 24, 2023
Looking forward to knitting this pattern for my great grandson--very pleased with purchase.
Feb 4, 2023
I love this pattern and have knitted it 3 times, since buying it a month ago. I found the instructions easy to follow, different size instructions are colour coded, which is very helpful.
Nov 11, 2022
I am very pleased with the pattern but haven’t started it yet as I need to choose the yarn. However I am confused by the yarn requirements, ie does “3-50 grams” mean 150 grams is required?