Pattern 9829 - Naturals - Bamboo + Cotton

Cardigans

Knitted in our super soft and cosy Naturals - Bamboo + Cotton these moss stitch cardigans have a cute picot edging. Choose between round or v neck.

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Naturals - Bamboo + Cotton

Naturals Bamboo+Cotton is a completely natural yarn offering knitters and crocheters a hint of luxury. Blended to give fantastic drape and handle, Bamboo+Cotton is available in an extensive palette of sophisticated shades. It is a standard DK weight and kind to sensitive skins meaning it's ideal for baby garments too.

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Weight: DK

Composition: 60% Bamboo 40% Cotton

Ball Size: 100g

Meterage: 250m/273yds

Wash & Care: Machine washable 30C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, cool iron


You will need: 1 pair 3.25 mm (UK 10 – USA 3) knitting needles. 4[5:5:6:7] buttons for round neck cardigan. 3[3:4:4:5] buttons for V neck cardigan.

Round Neck Cardigan
SizesNewborn0-6 months6-12 months12-24 months2-3 years
Naturals Bamboo+Cotton, Blush 713312233
V Neck Cardigan
SizesNewborn0-6 months6-12 months12-24 months2-3 years
Naturals Bamboo+Cotton, Celery 715512233

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