Sirdar 5372 - Bear Sweater and Pillow

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Sirdar 5372 - Bear Sweater and Pillow

Sirdar 5372 - Bear Sweater and Pillow

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Sirdar 5372 Sweater pattern with Bear Motif and matching pillow is an adorable set of patterns. The sweater features a crew neck, set-in sleeves, and fun intarsia teddy bear designs on the front and back. It is knit flat in pieces from the bottom up and then seamed together. Instructions to knit the pillow are included.

Sirdar Snuggly Cashmere Merino DK is a super-soft blend of wool, cashmere, and acrylic. Smooth and tightly plied, this yarn is made for next-to-the-skin wear, and it's machine-washable too. The bear intarsia designs on both sweater and pillow include Snuggly Bunny, a super soft faux fur yarn that makes this toy and garment so much fun to knit. The intarsia patterns are in chart form only.

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Sirdar Snuggly Cashmere Merino DK and Sirdar Snuggly Bunny

22 sts and 28 rows = 10cm in Stst on 4mm / US6 needles

Measurements (cm) 0-3 months 3-6 months 6-9 months 9-12 months 12-18 months 18-24 months
Chest 42 46 50 52 54 56
Length 25 27 30 32 34 36
Width 46 50 54 56 59 61
Materials - Sweater
Yarn A - Cashmere Merino 460 Orange 2 3 3 4 4 4
Yarn A - Bunny 312 Puppy 1 1 1 1 1 1
Yarn A - Bunny 310 Lamb 1 1 1 1 1 1
Yarn D - Cashmere Merino 469 Slate odd odd odd odd odd odd
Materials - Cushion
Yarn A - Cashmere Merino 460 Orange 4          
Yarn A - Bunny 312 Puppy 1          
Yarn A - Bunny 310 Lamb 1          
Yarn D - Cashmere Merino 469 Slate odd          

You will also need

  • Needles: 3.25mm / US3 and 4mm / US6 needles - Click here to see needles
  • 3 buttons
  • Cushion insert to fit 40 x 40cm cushion
  • Stitch holders, yarn needle - here

This pattern was written for Sirdar Snuggly Cashmere Merino DK and Bunny. Click here to see more yarn options for this project.

See other patterns like this one here.

When substituting yarn, compare the tension gauge of the pattern and the yarn. Working a tension square to determine the suitability of the yarn as a substitute is recommended - to compare the tension for sizing but also to test whether it creates the fabric you are after.

To determine the quantity needed, compare the total meterage needed in the pattern to the meterage on the substitute.

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