Milk

By Brandy Fortune

Bitty BoleroNewborns are soft and delicate, and are best suited to a knit item of similar qualities. Fingering weight wool is perfect in this regard, it breaths and baby won’t overheat, but also won’t be cold. Wool is a fantastic fiber, and this knit has one of my favorite features, it allows you to use your stashed up sock yarn! Select a super-wash so mom can have an easy time washing this sweet little top. The pattern also features little fold-over cuffs to cover the newborns hands, just like the little tops the hospitals dress them in.


Sizes

Newborn, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months

Gauge

28 stitches/40 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch

Materials

· 300 – 400 yards Fingering Weight Yarn
· Note: Model worked in Wollmeise Sockenwolle 100%, natural
(MC) and Frosh Harmonic (CC)
· Knitting needles, 1 24 inch US#2.5/3mm circular needle, DPNs for sleeves [set of 5]
· Crochet hook, US#E/3.5mm, D/3.25mm or C/2.75mm crochet hook


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