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Add Liberty Hat to favorites. Add Baby Cap and Booties to favorites. Add Jack Skellington inspired Crochet Hat to favorites. Add Striped Winter Hat to favorites. Add Easter Egg Bunny Hats to favorites. Add Seamless Ponytail Hat to favorites. You can only compare a maximum of 4 items at a time. A lovey is a mini blanket combined with a stuffed toy, perfectly sized for carrying everywhere a baby or child goes. This one has a knit kitty with a blankie that's similar to a basic dishcloth design , which makes it an easy project for beginners.
Bernat Knit Lovey from Yarnspirations. Short Rounds. This gorgeous baby blanket has a delightful knobbly texture that babies will love to rub with their tiny fingers.
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But it's so lovely that you might want to make a larger one for yourself! Be sure to practice the "knot stitch" a few times to ensure that you get an even tension on those special stitches. Even newborns need cute sweaters! This free pattern for a wraparound sweater will keep your little one cozy and warm. And although it's designed as a striped sweater, you can change up the color and make it solid or with color blocking if you'd like. Knit this little kitty cat hat for your baby or toddler and they're sure to get lots of attention!
It would look adorable in nearly any color and it's perfect for both boys and girls. This simple, but beautiful baby blanket has a real wow factor, especially when knit in a marled ombre of warm jewel tones. The center of the blanket is basic garter stitch, but the edges have a lace design given in chart form in the pattern to make it special. Never Not Knitting. Keep baby warm and stylish in this hooded knit jacket. When the hood is up it reveals a tree design on the back.
Not quite ready to make a garment that your little one will outgrow quickly? This pattern includes sizes up to a child's size 12! Simple baby booties just got extra cute with the addition of a bit of fringe, turning them into moccasins! Jessica from Mama in a Stitch shares her free pattern for making these beginner-friendly baby slippers that are on trend and fun to make.
LeeLee Knits. Worked in a soft cotton yarn, this cabled baby blanket is machine washable, which makes it perfect for babies.
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The cabling is throughout the entire blanket, giving it a beautiful textural design. OGE Knitwear Designs. OGE Knitwear Designs offers classicly-styled knitting patterns for babies and toddlers. This top-down cardigan has a sweet design on the front that would be suitable for boys and girls. Plus, there's a matching romper pattern to make it a complete set!
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Knifty Knittings. Knifty Knittings shares her free pattern for this sweet and simple bonnet. It's worked in garter stitch but uses a few special techniques. If they're new to you, don't worry! The pattern includes video tutorials for working short rows, grafting garter stitch, and knitting i-cord. Special delivery! Wrap baby up snuggly in this knit baby envelope. Designed with a hood at the top and flaps that make it easy to swaddle, your little one will feel cozy and secure. Hello Dolly Knitting. These super cute ice cream cones with faces come in any flavor you can knit!
Inside you can add a rattle, making this a toy that babies will love and even play with as they get older. Looking for a onesie pattern that's unique? Thank you so much for sharing!! Nadine originally from France. If I do what I read it makes a round. Could you make a shema of the eyes please.
I have made two of your hats so far, the puppy hats for my grand sons, thank you so much for sharing your patterns are easy to read and so darn cute. I am getting ready to make the panda hat for a friend of mine who is a new gramma and calls her new baby panda. Maybe you can explain it to me more detailed? Would be really nice Cheers, Katha. Thanks for sharing your pattern.
Thank so much for the free patterns I Make hats for the orphans in Mexicall There about 9 orphans down there so the different patterns help out I love them Thank you. Ellene Maxey PS Do you do any hats in loom knit. I just wanted to say how much I love your website. I am now doing the finishing touches on the panda hat and I love it.
I have done a number of your patterns and enjoyed them so much I have added you to my home screen. I use your patterns for gifts and look forward to more! This pattern is lovely thanks. However, some of the instructions are written incorrectly or are missing completely! I love this pattern. One question….. The, Diana.