airplane sweater how-to

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I thought I would post a how-to for Little Pilot’s airplane sweater (you can read about it here).  It was based on a couple of patterns and turned out pretty well.

The two patterns that I used were both free.  Yay, I love free🙂

The raglan sleeve cardigan pattern was this one from The Brown Stitch:

The airplane came from this Patons blanket pattern (minus the cloud).

The yarn used was Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino.  This is the yarn used for most of Little Pilot’s hand knits.  It is super soft and suits his skin really well. This yarn is a dk weight yarn (as opposed to worsted weight as recommended) and so we had to adjust the sweater pattern quite a bit.

The airplane was a little larger than the truck on the original pattern.  Little Pilot’s sweater is approx. 12-18 mos. size.   If you…

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I am a Christian stay at home mom. I may not be perfect, BUT Jesus thinks I'm to die for!!! Shy believe it or not. But once i get to know you - passop! Love to laugh and to mix with people and help people. Some would say - that sometimes its to my detriment. Love spending time with my parents and family. Very inquisitive and have lots of questions regarding the Lord which i constantly ask for help. I love reading, gardening, studying the Word of God, etc. Have discovered Kindle and i got a wish list for a Kindle by my husband lol. Have downloaded some very good classics and others from free. Sites that i belong to: http://www.knittingparadise.com/ look for Diane D http://www.ravelry.com/people/dianedlouw http://pinterest.com/dianedawnlouw/ Some favorite Quotes: Love me for me and not for what you want me to be... Deuteronomy 4:7 "No other nation, no matter how great, has a god who is so near when they need Him as the Lord our God is to us. He answers us whenever we call for help." Phillippians 4:13 - I can do everything through him who gives me strength. Philippians 4:4 Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice
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