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
There is just no excuse not to be able to create a turn head short sleeve cardigan top, as this knitting pattern, called “Over the Rainbow” uses basic knitting stitches and super bulky yarn. It is therefore, so quick and easy to make. The end result being absolutely stunning as you can see, but in reality even better
The pattern has a delicate “castle” effect on the bottom of the cardigan hem and the sleeve hem, but this should not deter anyone trying as a relative novice could give it a go. Did I say a novice? the pattern is combined with the beautiful yarn color combination makes it just as exciting for a experienced knitter to enjoy
The cleaver pattern gives you a lovely body shape, even if in reality you don’t really have one, whoop whoop, bonus!
With the pattern you get a matching print-to-make envelope to store the pattern in as you sure will want to make it again.
Although the original was made using Katia Inca, No.104 it can easily be worked using the equally beautiful Sirdar Kiko or Rico Design, Creative Bonbon Super Chunky, all that is left is for your to make the decision which one!