Her daughters are wearing the 4/5T pattern and the 2/3T pattern (below).
She helped me to create the 6 month size pattern as well as the 12 month!
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Row 1: Ch-1, hdc in the end of each row up to hood, around the top edge and down the other side, making sure to place just one hdc per row. ) Row 2: Ch-1, * fphdc in next, bphdc in next * repeat between * * around to end. Get the ADULT sizes of this pattern (0 – 28W) here. Grab all of the child sizes in one printable file here!
Rows 3 & 4: Ch-1, fphdc around previous row’s bphdc (to create ribbing), bphdc around next fphdc. (28) Do not join, work in spiral instead using stitch markers to note first st of each round. And, of course, get the adult version right on over here.
You’ll find all of these under the “crochet pattern” page of Heart Hook Home. 600 yards for size 2/3T -rainbow colors for mane (optional) -gold (or other color of your choice) for horn (optional) Small bit of Polyfil for horn (optional) Stitch markers Crochet hook in size J/6mm Make sure you CHECK YOUR GAUGE!
11 hdc and 10 rows in 4” square A video of me making this cardigan from start to finish can be found on You Tube here.