Sumi Baby Kimono Cardi

This baby wrap cardigan pattern is a fairly simple design and therefore also suitable for beginners I think.

Part of the body is worked from side to side, the sleeves are then crocheted onto the body and lastly you finish both frontpanels.

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premature (0/1 months, 1/3months, 6/9 months, 12/18 months)


A DK yarn (like Stylecraft Special DK 100% acrylic 100gr/295m) or sport (like Scheepjes Stonewashed 50% cotton-50%acrylic 50gr/130m) with hook 4mm or hook size needed to match gauge.


16st (dc) and 9 rows (dc) = 4″ / 10cm

I recommend making a swatch with at least 25st and 14rows and then measure gauge

Abbreviations US terms: 

RS right side

WS wrong side

st stitch/stitches

ch chain

slst slipstitch

sc single crochet
dc double crochet 

dc2tog double crochet 2 together

Pattern Notes: 

-The stitch counts for bigger sizes are given in the order premature (0/1 months, 1/3months, 6/9 months, 12/18 months)

-Part of the body is worked from side to side. The sleeves are then crocheted onto the body. Lastly, you finish both frontpanels.

-if you think the 2ch at the beginning of a row are too tight, feel free to do 3 instead.



Finishing frontpanels:

Seaming the sides:

Edging and Ties:

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