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Cinna Kiddo Cardi - Knitting Pattern


** This listing is for a pdf download only**

The Cinna Kiddo Cardi is the child sized version of the adult sized Cinna Cardi! The Cinna Kiddo Cardi is a top down, raglan cardigan, finished off with a short rows collar. The pattern is designed to have a slightly cropped fit but length can be adjusted easily. Special techniques featured in this pattern are: knit stitches, purl stitches, left & right increases and german short row shaping.

For the adult sized version of this cardi, click here

Finished Measurements

1 (2, 3, 4) (5, 6, 7) intended for ages: 0-6 mos (6-12 mos, 1-2 yrs, 2-4 yrs) (4-6 yrs, 6-8 yrs, 8-10 yrs)

Actual chest circumference of finished garment:
18 (19, 21, 22) (24, 26, 28)”
46 (48.5, 53.5, 56) (61, 66, 71) cm

To find the perfect fit for your garment, measure the circumference of your (or recipients) bust and add 0-2” to your measurement. If you are between sizes, I suggest to size up.


215 (240, 300, 360) (420, 480, 570) yards
197 (220, 275, 330) (385, 439, 520) meters

Suggested Yarn

Loops n Threads Impeccable Tweed - color: Aran
OR any heavy worsted/aran weight yarn to match gauge.

Suggested Needles

4.5 mm 24-32” circular needles for hem and sleeve cuffs.
5 mm 24-32” circular needles for main body, sleeves and collar

Optional 5 mm 9-12” circular needles for small circumference knitting for the arms (you can also use dpns or magic
loop for small circumference knitting if you prefer)

Additional Materials

Stitch markers, scrap yarn, darning needle, tape measure


Casting on stitches, knitting flat, raglan shaping, increase and decrease stitches, separating stitches for arm holes, binding off stitches, stretchy bind off, short row shaping & picking up stitches.

Please feel free to message me with any questions about the pattern! I am most active on instagram @mavencrafted


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