DetailsDesigner’s Notes: I love the look of a grown-up garment scaled down for a baby or child. For this pattern, I wanted to create a baby version of a 1960’s era swing coat – something Audrey Hepburn (hence the pattern name) or Grace Kelly might have worn. This project is worked in one piece, from the neck down. Sleeves begin with raglan shaping and are finished by working in the round. For the pleated seam across the back, stitches are placed on scrap yarn and new stitches are provisionally cast on in the next row. At the end, the three-needle bind-off closes this opening and creates the pleats. CoBaSi (Sock Weight) yarn requirements: 3 hanks Size: 2T
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