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Lace Sleeve Sweater Pattern

Lace sleeve knit design add a stunning pop to this simple yet elegant knit onesie. Perfect for a newborn photo session or a sweater top for any little one.

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Knitting Needles:

Size 7 (4.5 mm) Circular (min 28-inch cord) 
or DPN’s 


Stitch Marker 
Sewing Needle 
Stitch Holder 
Row Counter if needed 
3/8 (10mm) inch button 
4 Sew on Snaps

Lace Sleeve Sweater Pattern


Knit Picks Reverie 


160 yards for Newborn, 190 for 6 months, 210 yards for 12 months, 250 yards for 18 months to 2T 


CO- cast on 
pm- place marker 
k- knit 
p- purl 
k2tog- knit two stitches together 
yo- yarn over 
kf&b- knit front and back 
skpo- slip knit pass over


17 stitches by 23 rows in stockinette 
= 4 inches x 4 inches 

Lace Sleeve Sweater Pattern


Newborn, 6 months, 12 months, 2T 
Total length of romper: 
Newborn: 12 inches; 6 months: 14 inches; 12 months: 15 inches; 2T: 16 inches 
Width of romper chest: 
Newborn: 6 ½ inches; 6 months: 7 ½ inches; 12 months 9 inches; 2T: 9 ½ inches

Skill Level:


Lace Sleeve Sweater Pattern

Check out some of my other patterns!

Simple Knit Romper Pattern
Vintage Bonnet and Romper Crochet Pattern
Newborn Swaddle Sack Free Crochet Pattern


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