New Free Baby Knitting Patterns to Try in 2017

New Free Baby Knitting Patterns to Try in 2017! a fantastic resource for the newest of free baby knitting patterns available from all over the web!

New Free Baby Knitting Patterns to Try in 2017

Munchkin Set
From Universal Yarns comes the Munchkin Set. Featuring a free pattern for a baby cardigan, booties and hat.
Finished Measurements: Cardigan Chest, buttoned: 21¾”, Hat Circumference: 14¼”, Bootie Length: 4¼”. Sizes: Fits Newborn-12 months.
New Free Baby Knitting Patterns to Try in 2017

Woodlawn Vest
From Olann and, Issue 7 by Evin Bail O’Keeffe. Inspired by the ferns in her grandma’s garden, Evin O’Keeffe has designed the Woodlawn Vest with its soft rolled neck, as a multi-season garment, layer with long sleeves in Winter or over a lightweight tee in the Summer. Sizes: Preemie (newborn, 3 months, 6 months, 9–12 months).
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Baby Simple Stripe Sweater
From Olann and comes this cute easy to knit striped baby sweater. Perfect for adding an extra layer to keep baby cosy and warm, the Baby Simple Stripe Sweater is a lovely simple knit. Suitable for boys and girls and with sizes from birth to 18 months, it will end up being used all Winter long. Sizes: Extra Small (Small, Medium, Large) to fit 0-3 (3-6, 6-12, 12-18) months.
Baby Simple Stripe Sweater free baby knitting patterns

Folkstone Beach Pixie Hat
Lot’s of great stuff coming from Olann and! Next is this cute textured pixie hat to knit for babies of all ages. Folkstone Beach is a versatile, pixie-shaped hat that will suit everyone from newborn to teenager. The bobble detail pops throughout the hat to create a contemporary textured design, reminiscent of the shingle on Folkstone Beach.
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Charlie Baby Bootees
Cute booties to make for baby from marianna’s lazy daisy days blog! Sizes: Preemie Baby, Newborn, 3 months.
Charlie Baby Bootees free knitting pattern

Lil’ Austin’s Blanket
Lil’ Austin’s Blanket was originally designed in the Fall of 2014 as a shower gift for a friend’s daughter who was welcoming her first child. This striped, reversible blanket design introduces a technique I have not seen before, hiding and carrying the contrast color yarn within the I-cord edge: introducing Lisa’s Elegant I-Cord Edge. Fewer ends to weave, hiding the contrast yarn within the I-cord edge, and a solid color beautifully finished edge.
2017 free baby blanket knitting pattern

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