The Wonderful Wallaby for Kids

Updated with fifteen diagrams, this “next generation of the Wonderful Wallaby features a placket with button closures, built-in I-Cord edging, 2×2 ribbing, alternative yoke decreases and a shaped hood. Knitted in the round, worsted weight yarn, circular and dpn’s. Size 2-12 (23”-32” finished chest measurement)

R38 The Wonderful Wallaby for Kids – NEW!

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(Some of the following comments were received about the ‘original’ Wonderful Wallaby, Copyright 1984. The new Wallaby (2016) pattern is nearly identical, the difference is the addition of fourteen diagrams and full color centerfold.)

“Thank you! I have four grandkids that think the Wonderful Wallaby is the best thing since sliced bread. Looking forward to getting my hands on the updated pattern.
~ Marybeth L., (email)

“Attached is a list of twenty-six happy Wonderful Wallaby wearers, I have six ‘still to knit’ and ten more who are on the list of ‘needing a second’.” 
~ Sara W., Maple Grove, MN

“I knitted a Size 2 Wallaby for my granddaughter. It was such fun—and fast, to knit. All the other kids begged and begged for me to knit them one too.”
~ Marjorie M., Vero Beach, FL

“I knit my first Wallaby twenty-six years ago for my first grandchild.  I’m ordering a new copy after having knitted over forty from my first copy.  The first one I’ll knit from my new copy will be for my first great-grandchild.”
~ Kay, Porter, TX

“I can’t tell you how many Wallaby’s and Iowa Crew/Cruise Socks are running around the streets of Manhattan and Brooklyn! While you may not be intimately familiar with the Big Apple Knitters’ Guild, we are certainly familiar with you.”
~ Charlotte, Big Apple Knitters Guild, New York, NY

“I like your updates on this all-time favorite.”
~ Carolyn, Warren, PA

“I love the new Wallaby. I especially like the use of the I-Cord edging and placket. My grandson loves his. Now I’m working on his sisters.”
~ Dawn P., (email)