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You know the neckline that you get on baby onesies? Yep, those. If nobody has a pattern I think I can figure out one possible way of doing it, but a pattern would make life much easier.
Failing that, has anyone got any brilliant ideas on what to do with a mountain of fingering weight cotton? Preferably baby clothes related...
 

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Failing that, has anyone got any brilliant ideas on what to do with a mountain of fingering weight cotton? Preferably baby clothes related...
I have two vintage booklets that belonged to my great-grandmother
that are full of baby patterns that mostly require fingering weight. Bonnets, booties, soakers, mitts, sacques/cardigans, etc., in both crochet and knit. I would be happy to scan them for you.
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I was intrigued so I searched for "lap shoulder knit sweater". It seems that Elizabeth Zimmermann designed a lap shoulder seamless sweater, and her patterns are always scalable for all sizes. You can get the pattern at Schoolhouse Press: http://www.schoolhousepress.com/spunout.htm (#28) but since there are no photos I can't guarantee that "lap shoulder" means exactly the construction you're looking for!
 
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