Every once in a while you find a project that you can’t pass up. One of those patterns that haunt you until you’ve seen it made. The Dancing Leaves Sweater is one of those patterns.

I usually choose a bigger size for the kids so they can wear it for two seasons. This is why the sweater is a bit big for her (but it’s still so cute <3 )

I’ve also learned that it’s quite difficult to take pictures of small kids. Since toddlers aren’t known for their ability to either sit still or be patient about it.

The sweater is knit using 2 balls (not completely) of Schoppel-Wolle Admiral. Admiral is a sturdy 4-ply sockyarn that wears really well and is machine washable (and dryer proof).

The color is a bit hard to capture on photos, but it’s a bit lighter than what you’re seeing on this picture.

Even though her sweater is a bit big, she’s worn it all fall and winter (these pictures were taken in September 2018), but she’ll be able to wear it this fall/ winter season as well! I’m very happy with this sweater 🙂

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