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Little Sunup

Little Sunup

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Little Sunup - a seamless kid's raglan knitting pattern

This “Little” version of the adult Sunup on 82nd sweater pattern offers the same pebbly texture in the raglan shaping and down the sides, with a simplified hem. 

The Little Sunup pullover uses the same combined raglan construction with a scoop neckline as Sunup on 82nd. Children who don’t like sweater textures against their necks will appreciate the generous neckline.

This pattern includes a downloadable progress chart, which provides row-by-row stitch counts for the ‘at the same time’ shaping for the raglans and the neckline.


Little Sunup is worked seamlessly from the top down using a raglan construction, stitches are picked up for the collar.


2 (3, 4, 6, 8, 10)

Finished chest circumference: 23.5 (24.5, 26, 26.75, 29.25, 30.75) inches / 59 (61, 65, 67, 73, 77) cm

Download the full schematic here.

Your best fit

Choose the size closest to the actual chest measurement: 21 (22, 23, 24, 26, 28) inches / 52.5 (55, 57.5, 60, 65, 70) cm

Little Sunup is designed to fit with approximately 2.5 - 3 inches / 3 - 7.5 cm of positive ease in the chest and arms.


Sample shown in 

Little Sunup can be knit in fingering weight sock yarn and lace mohair held together, or DK weight yarn. The adult version is shown in Ritual Dyes Maiden held with Ritual Dyes Fae, and is worked at the same gauge. Those yarns are also suitable for the children’s version if your intended recipient does not have any mohair allergies.

Yardage: 450 (500, 570, 640, 780, 850) yd / 410 (460, 520, 590, 710, 780) m


20 sts and 30 rows over 4 inches / 10 cm in stockinette stitch worked in the round.


All garment sizes use all needle sizes.

Size A: US 6 / 4.0 mm
Size B: US 4 / 3.5 mm
Size C: US 5 / 3.75 mm


  • 5 Stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle
  • Waste yarn for holding stitches


  • Knitting and purling
  • Working in the round
  • Working directional shaping
  • Picking up and knitting and purling stitches


Tech Edit: Heather Storta
Photography: Anna-Lisa Miller

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