Friday, January 27, 2012
Free Pattern: Sweet Pea Sleep Sack
My son never keeps his blankets on for long at night. We live in
an old drafty house and I worry about him getting cool and
waking up. I looked around at the stores for a sleep sack that
would fit him, but none came in his size. Since I don't sew it
occurred to me that I could knit one up in a jiffy. I used the yarn
I had on hand, and since I thought this was never going to be
seen by people outside the house, I didn't care what it looked like. I decided to make it a little roomy so that he had space to skirm while sleeping and so that it would fit all winter long.
This pattern will be free on Raverly until August 2012, at that time it will be available for $2.50. Anyone who knits one between now and August 1, 2012 can be entered into a drawing for a $10.00 gift card to yarn.com. To be entered send me a photo of your finished Sweet Pea Sleep Sack to my email: deliasknittedthings(at)gmail(dot).com
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