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7 super-cute baby patterns

Category:
Baby items, Garments, Knitting, Patriotic, Pattern
Author:
Isobel Smith
14 Apr 2015
7 super-cute baby patterns

With the arrival of the second royal baby imminent, the LK office is getting a little broody. So we’ve been daydreaming and indulging our imagination by finding our favourite free baby patterns. From the practical to the crazy cute, baby knits never get old. So be patriotic, pick up your needles and knit a tiny something for the baby in your life!

1. Butterfly Bib

Bib

Help protect delicate baby jumpers with Lynne Rowe’s bright crochet bib pattern. Opt for blue and green if you’re expecting a boy or gender neutral colours if you are waiting to find out.

(Download the free pattern from our website)

2. Mittens

Mittens

Perfect for using up odds and ends of bright yarn, these colourful mittens will stop baby from scratching their precious face.

(Spud and Chloe have the pattern for free)

 

3. Fluffy Bootees

Bootees

Keep baby’s tiny toes toasty in these classic bootees. Pick from a stripe or pompom embellishment, or both!

(Get the free pattern from Ravelry)

 

4. Woodland Fox Hat

Fox Hat 4

Because there’s nothing cuter than a baby dressed as a woodland animal. Those little ears! The pattern also includes a tail.

(Hop across to Ravelry for the free pattern)

 

5. Floral Blanket

Blanket

Do you remember your childhood safety blanket? Knit this one for your own child. It’s a future family heirloom!

(the pattern is free on the LK website of course!)

 

6. Heart Bloomers

Bloomers

Cover your newborn in love, literally. The oh-so cute heart pattern on these bloomers will pretty up any nappy.

(Jordana Paige has the free pattern)

 

7. Cardigan

Cardigan

Simple, classic and definitely fit for a royal baby, this cardi pattern can be made in any colour you choose.

(The pattern is free from Love Knitting)


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14 Apr 2015

7 super-cute baby patterns

7 super-cute baby patterns

With the arrival of the second royal baby imminent, the LK office is getting a little broody. So we’ve been daydreaming and indulging our imagination by finding our favourite free baby patterns. From the practical to the crazy cute, baby knits never get old. So be patriotic, pick up your needles and knit a tiny something for the baby in your life!

1. Butterfly Bib

Bib

Help protect delicate baby jumpers with Lynne Rowe’s bright crochet bib pattern. Opt for blue and green if you’re expecting a boy or gender neutral colours if you are waiting to find out.

(Download the free pattern from our website)

2. Mittens

Mittens

Perfect for using up odds and ends of bright yarn, these colourful mittens will stop baby from scratching their precious face.

(Spud and Chloe have the pattern for free)

 

3. Fluffy Bootees

Bootees

Keep baby’s tiny toes toasty in these classic bootees. Pick from a stripe or pompom embellishment, or both!

(Get the free pattern from Ravelry)

 

4. Woodland Fox Hat

Fox Hat 4

Because there’s nothing cuter than a baby dressed as a woodland animal. Those little ears! The pattern also includes a tail.

(Hop across to Ravelry for the free pattern)

 

5. Floral Blanket

Blanket

Do you remember your childhood safety blanket? Knit this one for your own child. It’s a future family heirloom!

(the pattern is free on the LK website of course!)

 

6. Heart Bloomers

Bloomers

Cover your newborn in love, literally. The oh-so cute heart pattern on these bloomers will pretty up any nappy.

(Jordana Paige has the free pattern)

 

7. Cardigan

Cardigan

Simple, classic and definitely fit for a royal baby, this cardi pattern can be made in any colour you choose.

(The pattern is free from Love Knitting)


Remember to share your baby knits with us on our Twitter and Facebook pages!

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