This is a simple little baby jacket that is perfect for keeping warm on those trips out in the stroller. It’s made in one piece from the top down and knits up quickly in chunky yarn.

Make it Spicy for bohemian babes with a colourful sense of style, or Sweet for babies with more delicate taste.
One size (fits 2-3 month-old). Note: Spicy Pip is a little bigger than Sweet Pip due to the slightly different yarn weights.

This pattern is available as a PDF download for $4.50. 

Finished Measurements:

Spicy Pip: chest 19”/48cm; length 9.5”/24cm. Sweet Pip: chest: 17.5”/44cm; length 9.5”/24cm


  • Yarn for Sweet Pip: 2 balls Rowan Cocoon 20% mohair / 80% merino wool, 115 m/100 g ball. Shown in Cloud or
  • Yarn for Spicy Pip: 3 balls Noro Silk Garden Chunky 45% silk, 45% kid mohair, 10% lambswool. 60 m/50 g ball
  • 1 6mm 24” circular needle
  • 1 set of 4 – 6mm DPNs
  • scrap yarn or 2 stitch holders
  • 4 stitch markers
  • 5 or 6 buttons approx 1/2-3/4”/1.5-2 cm diameter (mismatched buttons look cute)
  • tapestry needle


2 Replies to “Pip”

  1. I bought this pattern – it’s really cute, but the pattern makes reference to several figures that did not come with the online pattern itself. I’m not sure I need them, but would like to see what they contain. All I received was the text, photos of the pattern in both types of yarn, and an overall figure of the dimensions of the garment – 2 .pdf pages in total.

    Is it possible to get the other figures to which the pattern refers?

    1. Hi Kathy,
      I’m very sorry for the delay in answering your message. Pip is a 2-page PDF so I think you should have everything you need, but it sounds like maybe your PDF is not displaying properly. Did you buy the pattern on Ravelry or Etsy?

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