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making a baby sweater pattern smaller
Posted by: maggiecliff (IP Logged)
Date: May 05, 2009 06:29PM

Hello crocheters
I am trying to make a sweater for my grandson to be born in August.I would like to make it small enough that he can wear it home from the hospital.The patterns I have are too big. Is there a formular or process I can follow to mke it 0-3mos size.
Or does anyone have a pattern,for a boy's sweater i can follow
Thank you for your time and attention
Maggie



Subject Written By Posted
  making a baby sweater pattern smaller maggiecliff 05/05/2009 06:29PM
  Re: making a baby sweater pattern smaller JJKnitter 05/05/2009 09:07PM
  Re: making a baby sweater pattern smaller Mother Hen 05/05/2009 09:41PM
  Re: making a baby sweater pattern smaller maggiecliff 05/06/2009 08:33PM


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