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I have been searching without success for knitting patterns for a childs cardigan made with self- striping sock yarn. If you have one or know where I can find one I would be oh-so-happy.

Thanks so much, Eileen
 

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I will surf and see if I can find you a free pattern

They call me the surfing queen for links.

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babciwrzes said:
I have been searching without success for knitting patterns for a childs cardigan made with self- striping sock yarn. If you have one or know where I can find one I would be oh-so-happy.

Thanks so much, Eileen
 

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Hi Eileen, Lion Brand has discontinued Magic Stripes, but the patterns are still there. Since you asked about a child's sweater, I am putting the link for the Toddler Sweater here http://www.lionbrand.com/patterns/kmstripe-toddlerSweater.html?noImages=0. If you want a different size, go under Our Yarns>Yarns by Weight under the "2" yarns you will see Magic Stripes. Click there, and go through the 13 patterns. There are other sizes of sweaters there. Good luck, Knitting Nana
 

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have you joined Ravelry, its a free knitting and crocheting site with an extensive variety of patterns some free, some for sale. I can usually find a pattern for most any thing free. One of my favorite is a ball made of differernt colored tubes woven together. All of my grand kids love it. Go Luck, Kaju :)
 

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If you can't find the logo anyplace online, try contacting Leisure Arts, I have seen many athletic logos in various publications from them. I don't have any myself, not much interest for me. Another choice, search "knitting graph paper" in your browser. There are several free sites that will let you make graph paper with different stitch and row counts. Print out appropriate graph paper and use a copier to get the logo to the size you want. Then put the graph paper on top and create your own chart.
 
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