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Paulette cardigan - 0 to 6 years old

Paulette cardigan - 0 to 6 years old

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Knit yourself this pretty cardigan for a baby or a little girl. choose the size among the 7 sizes and its 2 collars (voluminous or flat) and with the wool and the colors of your choice.

It can also be the perfect "handmade" gift for a newborn baby or for a 6-year-old girl.

Description :
This cute baby cardigan is worked in stockinette and garter stitches. It can be worn with buttons on the front or back.

  • The body is knitted from top to bottom and worked back and forth.
  • The sleeves are knitted in the round on circular needles using the magic loop technique or DPNs (double pointed needles)
  • The neckline, front edges, bottom edge and cuffs are knitted in garter stitch.
  • The front edges are knitted at the same time as the rest of the body, at the beginning and end of each row.
  • The ruffle collar is knitted from stitches picked up below the neckline. It is knitted back and forth in a series of knit stitches; yarn-overs, increases and double stitch overs.

You can choose between a voluminous, wavy collar or a flat collar that hugs the neckline. 

Material and information:

Levels: All
Size: 0-3 months (3-6 months) 6-9 months [12-18 months] 18-24 months (3/4 years) 5/6 years.
Yarn: Sport (5 Ply) or fingering (4Ply)
Quantity: +/-438 yds -400 m, (492 yds -450 m), 547 yds - 500 m, [602 yds - 550 m], 656 yds -600 m, (820 yds -750 m) 875 yds - 800 m
Type: Sport (5 Ply) / Baby Merino from Drops Design
Gauge: Choose the yarn of your choice and adjust the size of your needles to obtain the correct gauge: 28 sts and 38 rows = 4 x 4" (10 x 10 cm), in stockinette stitches after blocking.
Recommended needles Size: US #2.5 (UK11, 3 mm) Circular needles with 31” long cable (80 cm) or size needed to get gauge.


  • Stitch markers
  • Scrap yarn or yarn needle
  • 0-3 months and (3-6 months): 4 buttons
  • 6-12 months and [12-18 months] 18-24 months: 5 buttons
  • (3-4 years) and 5-6 years: 6 buttons

The pattern includes:

  • Detailed explanations
  • Detailed explanations of the collar row by row and in the form of a grid
  • Links to videos showing the techniques used

NB: This tutorial is reserved for strictly personal and non-commercial use. It is forbidden to copy, distribute or sell any reproduction of this pattern or articles made from this tutorial. All models created by Le Pavillon Créatif are registered.

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Safety for the baby

The blanket should be used occasionally when out and about to cover the baby when in a stroller, bouncer or car seat.

In order to avoid any risk of danger with a blanket, it is strongly advised not to put your baby to sleep in a bed with blankets, comforters and a bumper. Specialists recommend that babies sleep only in a sleeping bag.

The use of a baby blanket must always be done under the supervision of an adult in order to prevent any accident.

It is only from the age of 3 that the child will be able to sleep with a blanket in his bed.

By purchasing a cover pattern, you acknowledge the risks associated with the product you are making. If you are offering a hand-knitted blanket, you should warn parents of the risks of using a blanket.

Mathilde Renard cannot be held responsible for any accident related to the product you have made from her patterns.

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