Jenn Weidner of J. Rae Fashion made this cute newborn piece out of handspun yarn for a friend.
This piece is a wonderful gift for new moms and makes a beautiful prop for pictures!
It is important to use yarns of the same weight in this Snuggie!
Each piece is knit individually and then sewn together.
It is important to swatch to make sure your piece will be the correct size.
A general pattern for this piece would look like this:
Using a medium weight yarn and size 10 1/2 circular needles to accommodate the large number of stitches.
Cast on 52 stitches. Work St Stitch until piece measures 16 inches.
Work double rib for 4 inches.
(I created button holes and a 2x2 rib pattern that measured 11" x 2 1/2" along the right side of the piece)
Cast on 64 stitches and work St stitch until piece measures 25" bind off.
Cast on 64 stitches. Work 2x2 rib pattern for 3"
Work St stitch for 8" and bind off.
Sew pieces together.
I sewed curved edges and trimmed excess yarn from inside corners.
Please note that I used many different yarns and that your swatch will yield individual results. Count your stitches and make a decision on the dimensions you would like your piece to measure. The above directions are only a guideline.
Thanks for sharing, Jenn!
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