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CROCHET AZALEA BABY CARDIGAN

I am so excited to share the Azalea baby cardigan! I wanted to make something for a newborn baby girl and when I spotted this lovely cardigan pattern on Ravelry, I immediately fell in love with it!

I chose a lovely green shade I had in my stash waiting to be patiently turned it something! I guess that this project was just the right one! 

I really loved the pattern; it's pretty easy worked top down ( perfect for beginners) and works up really fast! What's more you can choose  how long you want the cardigan to be! Really cool huh?

To finish off I wanted a contrasting color for the border. I chose a neutral grey shade to make the piece to really pop and stand out! I also decided to add some cute bear buttons I had in my stash! Aren't these the cutest buttons ever?

Currently I am also working on some new patterns that will be added to the shop pretty soon ! What are you up to? Are you knitting or crocheting anything exciting at the moment? I would love to see!
Enjoy the rest of your day!

10 comments

  1. Lovely! I like the colours! I'm crocheting a rug right now. It's going to be on my blog soon. Have a nice day! :)

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  2. It's so cute, I'm going to check this pattern out on Ravelry....I like the colours you chose :)
    Kate x

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  3. P.S - I'm knitting a jumper at the moment, and crocheting lots of dishcloths with yummy Drops cotton in pastel colours! It's addictive! I have a blog if you'd like to check these out :)

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  4. So cute! I love the colors choose:::

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  5. Sweet cardigan. Lovely colors and buttons.

    Have a nice day, Margaret

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  6. Very interesting blog. A lot of blogs I see these days don't really provide anything that attract others, but I'm most definitely interested in this one. Just thought that I would post and let you know.

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  7. Hi, i'm working on this lovely cardigan, but now i have a question. The 3 increase you have 113 stitches, but i think it is 112? I started with an increase and then every third stich I increase. The row before has 84 stitches. So I don't think there cannot be an odd number of stitches, or did I do something wrong?
    btw I love your blog
    anja

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  9. So I have the yoke done. But the next step, work hdc in the first 15 stitches for the front.... I get totally confused. Could you possibly explain this step to me?

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