Whooo Loves Ya, Baby?
Copyright 2010 by Elaine Fitzpatrick. Permission is granted to make and sell items from this pattern provided that credit is given to me as the designer. Permission is not granted to reproduce the actual pattern, or post it, or distribute it, without my express permission. Please respect my copyright and play nice! Size: approximately 8 ½" from neck edge to bottom and 8" wide Materials: One skein of worsted weight cotton such as Peaches & Crème and Sugar ‘n Cream if you are using the bib for…
Charlie Baby Cardigan Jacket
This design works well for boys and girls …… and is just right for a newborn baby.
These cute little French Macaroon sweaters (or Macaron in French) were inspired by the delicious and colorful macaroons my friend Bee gave me. They are knit in simple garter stitch. The sweater has a boatneck neckline, with a one button closure in the back to allow easy dressing. Each side is knit in one piece, and a three needle bind off is used to secure the shoulders to each other. Two little seams on each
Bunny in a Nutshell - Free Pattern
Photo above © dodgypossum This knitting pattern is available as a free download... Download Pattern: Bunny in a Nutshell
Thumbless Baby Mittens
This basic little mitten pattern has three size options and can be knit either in a solid color or in stripes. A variegated yarn with short color repeats would also be nice.
Bernat Show Your Stripes Knit Jacket, 6 mos
This colourful, hooded jacket keeps baby warm and looking adorable, knitted in Bernat Softee Baby.
I-Love-Stockinette Baby Bib pattern by Laura Treadway
A simple baby bib pattern that would show off the beauty of stockinette stitch, for those of us who may prefer its smoothness to the texture of garter stitch.
Garter Stitch Baby Cardigan pattern by Joji Locatelli
I decided to write down and publish this pattern since many people had favourited this project in Ravelry… It´s my first time writing down a pattern and my English is a little poor, so bare with me if there are any mistakes…
Baby Rey Cocoon
It’s a top-down cocoon knitted with circular needles. It is written in two sizes (Preemies and Newborn) and at the end the istructions also explain how to realize, if needed, a hole for intensive therapy tubes.