Swedish Princess Cake Baby Sweater Pattern by Beatrice Olsson

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We are proud to offer the sibling pattern to the Nordic Swe inspired by a Swedish cake called Princess Cake (Prinsesstårta) and the motif is a traditional rose pattern from the island Gotland which is renowned for all the pretty roses in the town Visby.The cakeorigins from a cookbook published in the late 1920’s called Prinsessornas Kokbokand the name of the cake was initially just ”Green cake” because the cake is covered in green marzipan, decorated with a pinkmarzipanrose.The cake was inventedby,or at least the author was inspired by, the Swedish princess sisters (Margareta, Märta &Astrid) that were the author’s pupils by the time when the recipe was first published and therefore the name later changed into Prinsesstårta.ater.  nspired by a Swedish cake called Princess Cake (Prinsesstårta) and the motif is a traditional rose pattern from the island Gotland which is renowned for all the pretty roses in the town Visby.The cakeorigins from a cookbook published in the late 1920’s called Prinsessornas Kokbokand the name of the cake was initially just ”Green cake” because the cake is covered in green marzipan, decorated with a pinkmarzipanrose.The cake was inventedby,or at least the author was inspired by, the Swedish princess sisters (Margareta, Märta &Astrid) that were the author’s pupils by the time wnspired by a Swedish cake called Princess Cake (Prinsesstårta) and the motif is a traditional rose pattern from the island Gotland which is renowned for all the pretty roses in the town Visby.The cakeorigins from a cookbook published in the late 1920’s called Prinsessornas Kokbokand the name of the cake was initially just ”Green cake” because the cake is covered in green marzipan, decorated with a pinkmarzipanrose.The cake was inventedby,or at least the author was inspired by, the Swedish princess sisters (Margareta, Märta &Astrid) that were the author’s pupils by the time wInspired by a Swedish confection called the Princess Cake that features green marzipan and pink flowers. The cake was named after 3 Swedish Princesses and our pattern continues to honor that tradition.  

You need three different contrasting colors of heavy fingering weight to sport weight yarn.

Patterm features: Knitritious’ Yarns “MSock” in 3 different semisolid colors: 365m/100g (heavy fingering weight, 80% Merino wool reinforced with 20% Nylon), colorways Princess Pink, Green Marzipan and Natural White. Miss Babs Yummy 2-ply is a very nice option.

An excellent alternative Yarn Miss Babs Yummy 2-ply. Colorway Marfak (pink) and Hops (green) seem to give the same contrast, but they are pro’s in helping out combining colors. Please note the yardage of this yarn is slightly different 365m/115g.

Recommended needle sizes are US 01/2.25mm and US 02/2.75mm or sizes to obtain gauge.

Pattern will be available by download link in order confirmation.

 

inspired by a Swedish cake called Princess Cake (Prinsesstårta) and the motif is a traditional rose pattern from the island Gotland which is renowned for all the pretty roses in the town Visby.The cakeorigins from a cookbook published in the late 1920’s called Prinsessornas Kokbokand the name of the cake was initially just ”Green cake” because the cake is covered in green marzipan, decorated with a pinkmarzipanrose.The cake was inventedby,or at least the author was inspired by, the Swedish princess sisters (Margareta, Märta &Astrid) that were the author’s pupils by the time when the recipe was first published and therefore the name later changed into Prinsesstårta. inspired by a Swedish cake called Princess Cake (Prinsesstårta) and the motif is a traditional rose pattern from the island Gotland which is renowned for all the pretty roses in the town Visby.The cakeorigins from a cookbook published in the late 1920’s called Prinsessornas Kokbokand the name of the cake was initially just ”Green cake” because the cake is covered in green marzipan, decorated with a pinkmarzipanrose.The cake was inventedby,or at least the author was inspired by, the Swedish princess sisters (Margareta, Märta &Astrid) that were the author’s pupils by the time when the recipe was first published and therefore the name later changed into Prinsesstårta.

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