Free Girl’s and Boy’s Ribbed Knitting Tank Top Pattern for Children
Enjoy this quick and easy Tank Top Knitting Pattern for Children and Toddler Boys and Girls.
Chest Size 20-24 Inches
Original Vintage Materials List
Sport weight yarn:
Two 50 gr. balls of Pingouin Skieur (140 yards per 50 gr. ball) in Red.
Knitting Needles no. 1 and no. 3 or size to give gauge.
A medium size crochet hook
Optional Sew on motif if desired.
7 sts 9 rows to 1 in with rib slightly stretched.
Ribbed Tank Top Knitting Pattern Sizes 1-2 for Children
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