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Brianna's bolero
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May 3, 2012 07:11:52   #
suebuddah
 
pretty xx
 
May 3, 2012 07:20:50   #
Katsch (a regular here)
 
very pretty
May 3, 2012 07:44:45   #
LBush1144
 
Such a pretty pink! would love to see her model the bolero!
May 3, 2012 08:07:59   #
virginia42
 
luckymom wrote:
Anyone know where I can get this pattern for my 11 yr old daughter. Need size 12. Thank you so much.


This pattern only has sizes up to 24 mos. You can probably find the size you need by checking "girl's bolero" on Ravelry or Google or do search on this site.
May 3, 2012 08:18:42   #
tricilicious
 
So pretty and feminine.
May 3, 2012 08:19:16   #
tricilicious
 
So pretty and feminine.
 
May 3, 2012 09:12:57   #
Naneast (a regular here)
 
Nice job....
May 3, 2012 11:33:08   #
gypsie
 
virginia42 wrote:
This was inspired by Gypsie's Laila's 2nd bolero, Apr. 24 post.

Brianna will be 2 on May 4. I was afraid it would be too small but it fits.


Ah Virginia, thank you for that. My inspiration came from KP sister Ladybeach. Isn't it fun to make? I will make more in the fall. They are so cute with sleeveless tops or tshirts and jeans! Yours turned out very pretty! I love the flower!
May 3, 2012 11:39:55   #
i knit
 
this came out beautiful & just love the flower i made one in purple but didnt do the flower sure will next time!
May 3, 2012 14:47:38   #
yona (a regular here)
 
Lovely.
May 4, 2012 17:40:53   #
Elda Goetsch
 
Brianna's bolero is so beautiful. I have a great-grand who is 2 1/2 yrs. Would like to make one for her for her birthday. I am not an expert knitter, trying my best to learn as I go along. Is it hard for a beginner? What kind of yarn did you use and could share the pattern or give me some information where you got it from. Please? Thanks,
Elda Goetsch
 
May 4, 2012 17:51:12   #
gypsie
 
Elda Goetsch wrote:
Brianna's bolero is so beautiful. I have a great-grand who is 2 1/2 yrs. Would like to make one for her for her birthday. I am not an expert knitter, trying my best to learn as I go along. Is it hard for a beginner? What kind of yarn did you use and could share the pattern or give me some information where you got it from. Please? Thanks,
Elda Goetsch


Here is the link Elda

http://www.thecreateryshop.com/2011/01/easy-seamless-bolero-shrug-for-kids.html
May 6, 2012 08:59:15   #
virginia42
 
Elda Goetsch wrote:
Brianna's bolero is so beautiful. I have a great-grand who is 2 1/2 yrs. Would like to make one for her for her birthday. I am not an expert knitter, trying my best to learn as I go along. Is it hard for a beginner? What kind of yarn did you use and could share the pattern or give me some information where you got it from. Please? Thanks,
Elda Goetsch


I used Red Heart Supersaver yarn....100 % acrylic, worsted wt.
May 6, 2012 20:39:58   #
Elda Goetsch
 
Hi Virginia:
Thanks for the info about what kind of yard you used. What you didn't share was the info from where you got the pattern from. Could it be possible if you could do this please?
Will appreciate it very much.
Thanks.
May 6, 2012 20:59:47   #
gypsie
 
Elda Goetsch wrote:
Hi Virginia:
Thanks for the info about what kind of yard you used. What you didn't share was the info from where you got the pattern from. Could it be possible if you could do this please?
Will appreciate it very much.
Thanks.


http://www.thecreateryshop.com/2011/01/easy-seamless-bolero-shrug-for-kids.html
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