The Fiddlehead Pullover from Kelborne Woolens is one of the sweetest and most classic baby sweaters we’ve seen in a long time. It was designed by the creative minds at Kelborne Woolens and we’re happy to share it with you exclusively and for free here on The Purl Bee!
This sweater is made from The Fibre Company’s amazing yarn Canopy Fingering which is a soft and silky blend of bamboo, alpaca and merino that knits up into an wonderful soft and smooth fabric (the sweater above is knit in the color Fern). Canopy Fingering comes in a pretty palette of nature inspired neutrals which perfectly highlight the subtle details of this adorable vintage style sweater. We love its simple shaping and pretty details, its cute shoulder buttons and faux cable accents. It’s such a quintessential little piece, the kind of sweater you can imagine passing down for generations and becoming even softer and more loved as the years go by.
Kelbourne Woolens is the distributer of one of our favorite yarns, the British based Fibre Company. The Fibre Company specializes in artisianal natural yarns like Canopy Fingering. It’s no surprise then that the ladies at Kelbourne Woolens chose to name this sweater after something in nature! Fiddleheads are the young, uncurled new growth of the fern plant and are reminiscent of the little mock cables that decorate the sweater. Plus fiddleheads reminded us of the little human sprouts in our lives! If you’d like to make one for your little sprout here’s what you’ll need:
- Free Fiddlehead Pullover Pattern available exclusively at The Purl Bee
- Canopy Fingering Yarn (see pattern for quantities)
During the month of November Kelbourne Woolens is hosting a giveaway on The Purl Bee. You can enter to win the yarn for The Fiddlehead Pullover or two other great Kellborne Woolen patterns! Click here to find out how to enter. And for even more inspiration, Kelbourne Woolens has a great website where they have a whole bunch of beautiful, free patterns!
If you downloaded this pattern before November 19th the version you have has a mistake. The pattern has since been corrected. Please download the newly corrected pattern again from the links above or here. Happy knitting!