Kimono Jacket

What's there not to like about a baby knit, eh? They are pretty quick to knit up, look super cute and are a great way to teach yourself some new skills without having a major yarn investment involved. Likey like!

Kimono Jacket

I only wish that I was a better knitter when Tyger was born. She would have looked pretty darn sweet in a ballerina wrap top like this! I am loving that moss stitch border. If only it wasn't going to be 40 C tomorrow, I would sit and moss stitch all the day long.

Project Details
Pattern: Kimono Jacket from Noro Collection #1 by Debbie Bliss
Yarn: 4 balls Filatura Di Crosa Zara in yellow
Needles: 3.25mm and 4mm

Find it on Ravelry here.

Marjorie  – (5:01 pm)  

That is such a beautiful little kimono jacket. I love Moss stitch as it gives a really nice flat finished edge.

musline  – (5:08 pm)  

Now I will have to learn how to knit....beautifulful

Julia Bobbin  – (7:15 pm)  

So beautiful, and so freaking neat! Jorth does it again :)

Lightning McStitch  – (10:11 pm)  

I think you could steal someone's baby and so long as you returned it a cardigan as cute as that one they wouldn't mind! Adorable.

Madalynne  – (4:58 am)  

Gosh, I wish I could be a little one so I could wear this!

sewsquirrel  – (7:05 pm)  

That's gorgeous! Stop drawing me to knitting!

Sue  – (10:38 pm)  

Truly gorgeous. I am sure you could find a pattern similar to knit for your daughter now on ravelry.

Cleo Rogers  – (9:43 pm)  

Very cute kimono jacket. This will look very nice on my little boy.
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