How about a little something for the kids?
“Inspired by the trees and hills of Pennsylvania, this sweater is a seamless top-down raglan with a stranded colorwork band situated between the waist and hip. The colorwork design is geometric and gender-neutral, and evokes mountain tops covered in snow.”
“[Hikoo® Sueño] is a springy wool/bamboo yarn that makes a soft & cozy everyday pullover to keep your active little folks warm and comfortable. The positioning of the colorwork makes this an ideal project for someone new to stranded colorwork who may not want to tackle making increases while juggling two colors.” – Designer Mackenzie Snader
If you’ve ever tried to find a pattern for a child (not a baby) you know that the selection is not vast. There are certain designers out there who thankfully excel at this, but still not the range you can find in let’s say…shawls or women’s cardigans. This pullover come in 6 sizes: 2yr (4, 6, 8, 10, 12); Sample shown in size 2.
Mackenzie also was nice enough to put together several alternate color combos on her blog. Clearly this is a garment to be made more than once because who can pick a favorite from those colors?