Wee Wildflower In White

I just finished knitting a new Wee Wildflower Cardigan for my almost 9 year old.
The size 6 hangs loosely on her tiny frame leaving her a few years of growing room.
She's such a petite little thing.

This sweater is for our upcoming trip to the New York Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck next month! We are so excited to attend and my daughter and I will wear our matching Wildflower Cardigans. :)

I knit up her little sweater in a gorgeous Patagonian wool that I received from The Nature Conservancy a few months back. As far as I know, this yarn is not yet on the market, although I wish it was because I want to buy all of it.. It is sooo wonderful. I am honored by the privilege of getting to knit with it. I spoke all about this yarn HERE.

                 The sweet feminine details are what makes this cardigan special.
I love the heirloom look of it with its sweet picot edging and wildflower pockets.

 I am pleased that my daughter has another of these cardigans to wear this fall.. winter and.... upcoming Spring! I know she will get so much use out of it.

The Wee Wildflower Cardigan pattern is available HERE.
The Adult Wildflower Cardigan pattern is available HERE.


Carla said...

What a darling sweater. I love all the little details

Catherine said...

I love this pattern Alana. I finished my first attempt on Monday and blogged about it. I also put a photo on the Ravelry Never Not Knitting FO discussion board. It is a very enjoyable knit- just stretching enough for me.
Your daughter looks great in it and the photos are really good too.

Miss said...

I love the details on sleeves..
So beautiful, so feminine.

Julie said...

So gorgeous, it looks wonderful your daughter! And that yarn looks so soft and cuddly.

Unknown said...

I love this cardigan! It looks so sweet in white. I have a niece that might need one of these for Christmas!

Unknown said...

I love the details on the pockets. Very vintage inspired. You two will look amazing together. Looking forward to more pictures.

She Knits in Pearls

Anonymous said...

I love this cardigan and it is inspiring me to knit my own! Simply beautiful!

Anonymous said...

I'm making the adult size for me in a caramel-colored Silky Wool (Elsebeth Lavold). I love the pint-size version just as much!

Unknown said...

Love it!

im said...

Your daughter looks lovely in her cardigan. I'm so glad you are coming to Rhinebeck! I hope I see you there. It is so much fun.
Thank you for the podcast

Corrie B said...

Absolutely gorgeous! The knitting is divine and the yarn looks scrumptious.