All-In-One Baby Cardigan in Any Gauge
margcoe@nexicom.net  February, 2005
Permission to post to AC4C given on 7/17/06
All Pattern Rights remain with the Author

Any Machine –   Make a Tension Swatch to determine sts/rows per inch.

(E-wrap is the same as Cast On, Hold means to not knit on the stitches put on hold)

E-Wrap cast on over ______ needles.       (19” x number of sts/inch)

Knit to row count _______ .                    (8” x number of rows/inch)

Bind off _______ stitches.          (1/4 of the total number of cast on sts.)

E-Wrap cast on those same ___ stitches.

Pull these needles to E Position (this makes knitting these stitches easier)
Knit one row.

Bind off ____ stitches                               (1/4 of the total number of cast on sts.)

E-Wrap cast on over these same ____ stitches.

Pull these needles to E Position - again to help them knit off.
  
RC000 - Pull end ____ needles to E Position for a few rows (this just helps them knit off properly)

Knit _____ rows.               (5 1/2” x number of rows/inch)

Bind off _____ CENTER stitches.             (1/4  of the total number of cast on sts)

Put one half in hold.  Engage your HOLD Buttons.

E-Wrap cast on ______ stitches in center  (1/2 of the total number of center sts)
of piece you are going to knit on. 

Since the other stitches are on hold pull these new stitches to UWP – C on most machines a few rows or until you can get some weights on this front neck opening.

Knit _____more rows.               (5 1/2” x number of rows/inch)

Bind off (front bottom of sweater)

Go back to the stitches in hold and E-Wrap cast on ______ stitches at the center – (same as other side).   Disengage your HOLD Buttons.

Pull these _______ stitches to C (UWP) Position for a few rows and hang weights.

Knit _______ rows.  (5 1/2” x number of rows/inch)

Bind off (other front bottom of sweater).

The size of the sweater will depend on the Machine and Yarn you use.  Enjoy!   


Abbreviations

UWP - Upper working position

The variations on this cardigan are endless. The photo shows Embroidery over the front seam. The cardigan is knitted in a single piece from the bottom edge.