Once upon a time I designed a strawberry baby dress layette. Then few years ago I withdrew the pattern off the market, with the intention of ‘revamping’ the whole presentation. I have been asked a good couple of years to have it available again. Due to many reasons I just did not get round to doing it, not intentionally. But on a recent long journey, with hubby at the steering wheel I seized the moment on finally working on my new design I had in my mind, this time all knitted. The original was a combination of knitted and crochet. – So here we have, Strawberry Field Dress Set now available to you make
Sizes given are for 3-6 months | 12 months | 18 months However booties are for 3-6 months and 12 months. But if you want for Newborn to 3 months, make the booties with 2 sizes smaller i.e. instead of 3.5mm needles use 3mm needles or if you using 4mm needles then use 3.5mm needles. The other amendment tip is as the booties is so much smaller then the leaf will not be necessary on the bootie, just make a flower, which acts as a make believe button, after all it is a false strap haha
Don’t you just love Winnie the Pooh Bear and of course the little boy, Christopher Robin? I can so see Christopher Robin wear it, can’t you?
The pattern covers a great age range from 1 to 10 years
Age/Measurements : 1-2 years | 2-3 years | 4-5 years | 6-7 years | 8-10 years
To fit chest Size: 52cm (8ins) | 56cm(22ins) | 61cm (24ins) | 66cm (26ins) | 71cm (28ins)
Can you believe it is nearly 100 years celebration of the first publication (1924) of this lovely story is drawing ever closer, yet never forgotten
This lovely jacket appropriately called Christopher Robin Jack is so cute. Not only is is easy to make but so quick to knit up. It uses Aran (10ply) yarn
– The whole jacket is knitted on the flat
– 4.5mm & 5mm (US 7 & 8) single pointed knitting needles
As with all my patterns you will also get a print-to-cutout and make matching envelope to store your pattern in
Christopher Robin Jacket Back View
Actual photo of Christopher Robin Milne with his Winnie the Pooh
The Actual First Edition Series of AA Milne books
Close up of the actual stuffed toys owned by Christopher Robin Milne and featured in the Winnie-the-Pooh stories
The real stuffed toys owned by Christopher Robin Milne and featured in the Winnie-the-Pooh stories
This is just too cute to resist, called Playful Dungarees. Plus the pattern is so easy to follow and make. Clear instructions are given for 3 months, 6 months, 12 months and 24 month child.
It is suitable for both girl or boy, so it is a great pattern should you need to knit something up and you not sure yet what the sex of the child is
The whole dungaree play-suit is knitted in purl/knit that a fairly novice could knit it up.
It is a quick pattern to work too, what more do you want. Oh of course you get the matching pattern envelope to cut and make up, to store the pattern in, which comes together with the immediate downloadable pattern
The original pattern was worked using the lovely Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo DK which means you could easily use any other similar type of yarn, as the tension and gauge, worked on stotcking stich with 4mm (Us 5 / UK 8) knitting needs is 21sts to 28 rows to achieve 10x10cm / 4×4 ins
You can get the pattern from www.tbeecosy.com or at the direct link page, being www.tbeecosy.com/playfuldungarees