Connor's Baby Aran-type Sweater

I made this for my first grandson

Created by: Nadia B

  • Project Details


    I liked the pattern of flying seagulls and hoped it would symbolise freedom to be himself, as it apparently did for the designer. Also the colour she chose and which I followed reminded me of an Aran sweater - appropriate for a baby with some Irish ancestry! The project was a steep learning curve for me - the first time I had tried to knit on circular needles, and inserting the sleeves proved a challenge... The 'seashell' buttons used came from my mother's (his great-grandmother's!) long-preserved and treasured "button box" - she kept and recycled, like many of her generation, pretty or useful or spare buttons... - a little touch of family history, too...



    • Sweaters
    • Babies
    • Boys
    • Girls


    craft-knitting Knitting

    Skill Level

    difficulty Intermediate


    project-state Complete
    Started on: Jul 14, 2018 Finished on: Aug 11, 2018
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    • Alison B


      Beautiful jumper, lovely pattern and lovely colour too. 😊
    • Christine L

      Beautiful little sweater. I love the pattern, too, and you have inspired me to give it a try. Yay for mastering circular needles! I love your button story.