This particular Phazelia is quite colorful but I've seen them more subdued. Here's what I love about this pattern.
- Sock Yarn - lightweight and washable and in baby sweater size it's doable
- One Piece Construction
- Interesting Construction
- I-Cord - because I'm an I-Cord phanatic and put I-Cord edgings on everything I can from Baktus 1 and Baktus 2 to my Antipodes. In fact, I-Cord edging is one of my favorite things! But I digress, (tip of the hat here to Miss Kalendar of the Brass Needles podcast - another of my favorite things).
- The great way you can play with color.
- The non-symmetry of it - if you're into that. You could make it symmetrical if you wanted.
- The fittability for a baby. With the tie front it's easy to get onto baby and gives room for growing.
Actually, I was very surprised there weren't 1,000s of projects showing on the pattern page for this sweater. So get out there folks and make a Phazelia's Baby Sweater for your next baby gift. You'll be glad you did!
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