Sure to make a youngster happy who is mad on Dinosaurs. An Aran/Worsted (10 ply) knitting pattern for ages 2 to 12 years. Polo shirt style Sweater and matching Hat.
The sweater features a dinosaur (Tryrannosaurus) on the front and has contrast striped sleeves. The hat also has a T Rex and matching stripes.
Any Aran/Worsted yarn (10 ply) can be used so long as it gives the same tension as below. The garment shown is knitted in Cascade Pacific Aran (Shades: Charcoal, French Blue and Baby Blue) which is sold in 100 gram balls.
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Tension – 18 sts and 24 rows to 10 cm (4 inches) over stocking stitch using 5mm needles
Needles: 1 pair of 5 mm (UK6 - USA8) and 1 pair of 4 mm (UK8 - USA6)
An easy and quick design to knit. The pattern includes colour coded sizes for ages from 2 to 12 years and a large full-page coloured intarsia chart for the T-Rex.
Pattern Language - English
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Sep 27, 2022
Perfect pattern, just what I was looking for.
May 21, 2022
Great pattern and instructions. Easy to follow.
May 13, 2022
Excellent pattern and instructions are very clear. My grandson is obsessed with dinosaurs and he loves the sweater.
May 3, 2022
Lovely pattern, easy to follow.
Dec 3, 2021
The design looks great when knitted. The intarsia chart is easy to follow. I do advise following the pattern tip to have the different coloured yarns dangling on bobbins, (YouTube videos show how to wind yarn into a bobbin, or make cardboard bobbins). Using bobbins in this way helps with control of the yarns, otherwise things can get tangly and difficult to manage. The design is well worth the effort though.