Baby Girl Raglan Sweater

March 1, 2017



Another baby knit finish.  This time it was a pattern from OGE Knitwear Designs.  I loved the textured border on this pattern.  And I really love one button cardigans.  There’s something sweet about them.  I had fun choosing the button – it’s a sparkly pink bit of bling that finished the sweater just right.


Most of the sweater is done in a twisted stockinette stitch that I loved.  It’s just a nice touch and a little more special than regular stockinette.

This sweater is knitted flat, so there is seaming, not my favorite thing.  I blocked each panel and sleeve first before sewing the pieces together – it’s much easier and neater to seam blocked pieces together, since it gets rid of a lot of the curl of unblocked pieces.



I used a super soft Superwash extra fine Merino wool from Cascade Yarns in a sport weight.  It’s nice to use superwash yarns for baby items, so they can be thrown in the washer.

This was a nice little pattern.  Check out OGE Knitwear Designs – the designer has so many cute baby patterns.

Pattern:  Baby Girl Raglan Sweater (6-12 mo size) by OGE Knitwear Designs
Yarn:  Cascade Yarn Longwood Sport in Silver and Candy Pink
Needles:  US#3 and #5
Ravelry Page



  1. Thank you I’m going to check out the pattern. I like the simplicity of this sweater.

  2. I love ❤️ your site. Thanks

    Sent from my iPhone

  3. I love all your projects so much! Thanks for writing about them and providing links.

  4. Lovely work, as always.

  5. […] I’ve just finished this cute little baby girl sweater  (during many episodes of This is Us).  It was a fun little pattern and I loved the way it turned […]

  6. Fantastic sweater! Your work is immaculate!

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