Crozon Sweater by Lisa Chemery
This gorgeous little sweater is precious on a toddler, but has a really nice size range to fit any sized kid! We've put together kits in our favorite kid-friendly speckle/semi-solid combos, and you'll want to knit one for every lucky child in your life.
"Here is a wardrobe essential for any baby, kid and teenager (yes, teenager!), as well as a stash-busting knitter’s best friend: a simple, clean, well-fitting sweater, with crisp jogless stripes (you will LOVE the simple technique I recommend in the pattern).
With its extended sizing (12 sizes are included!), this pattern is full of tips, crystal-clear techniques and links to helpful video tutorials to achieve a truly well-finished project. And did I mention the 12 sizes?
My inspiration for this design was the “marinière”, or Breton shirt, and being French with family ties to Brittany, I wanted to present you with my version of this unisex wardrobe staple. “Crozon” refers to the Presqu’île de Crozon, an enchanting peninsula on France’s Atlantic coast, in beautiful and wild Brittany. I spent many summers in this incredible place growing up and wanted to pay homage to it.