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Owlie Sleep Sack

Owlie Sleep Sack
Every new little one needs to cuddle up and be warm. Everyone knows a happy baby is made by snuggling and swaddling in some comfy single ply merino. Below is a pattern for a sleep sack with owlies on the top. Simple enough really. This is one size. THIS IS NOT MEANT TO BE SLEPT IN. The matching hat can also be found on this blog. DETAILS Gauge 5 spi Yarn: Malabrigo Worsted Size 7 needles 16" circs and DPNs (or needed for gauge) ABBREVIATIONSc4f is when you will place the first two stitches onto a cable needle and hold them to the front, knit the next two then knit the two from the cable needle. c4b the same thing except hold the cable to the back. pm: place marker sm: slip marker ssk: slip, slip knit is a decrease PATTERN CO 86 Join for knitting in the round placing marker. Knit in stockinette for 16 rows Owl Cable: Continue knitting in stockinette until sack measures 12" from tip of rolled edge. Setting up the decreases: Decreases start TWO stitches before marker. Round 2: Knit Thank You.

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