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Knitting For Babies Free Patterns

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Hooded Baby Towel

A Bundle Of Joy

The anticipation and the arrival of a new baby is an occasion for joy and celebration. But, with a new birth or new arrival comes the need for baby things, before the wee one arrives, new parents are rushing around getting things (lots of things) ready and in order, obtaining a new wardrobe, as well as all sorts of accessories and toys.

If you are able to knit, then you can make use of your talent and make a lot of baby items yourself. Whether you're looking to make something as a gift for a newborn, a baby shower or you're trying to provide something for your own bundle of joy .

Hooded baby towel:

Made with soft and absorbent cotton yarn, this hooded bath towel is not only useful, but also unique. Three vertical panels are sewn together to form one large square, and a separate triangular piece is added in one corner to form a hood


Adorable Baby Socks

Baby Socks

Baby Jacquards-Pretty Pattern Baby Socks To Knit

In three versatile sizes and three fabulous colorways, knit the Pretty Pattern Baby Socks in Bernat Baby Jacquards for the perfect baby gift.


Fancy Baby Socks Pattern

The socks are knit from the top down so that you can make them in advance and leave the foot stitches on the needles to finish at the last minute, since babies grow so fast. These are a great first sock project for an adventurous beginner who knows how to knit in the round with DPNs.


A Son Of A Sailor Sock

A toe-up baby sock with a sweet sailboat and wave design circling the calf.

A small project perfect for practicing color work and mastering the short row heel,
and easily completed with leftover fingering weight yarn from adult socks!

Baby Booties To Knit

Knitting Baby Booties

Baby Moccasins

These adorable knit baby booties come in three different color combinations. Knit your booties in the round using double pointed needles. Once the main pattern is finished, add colorful embellishments using the duplicate stitch method. You will need a well-made yarn needle for this task, but the end result is so worth the effort.

Bundles Of Love. Because every baby deserves the basics.

These basic baby booties are great for the beginner.

They knit up super fast and easy. So fast you will want to make another pair.

Converse Booties

Converse Baby Booties

Converse Baby Booties

Cuddly Toys For Girls And Boys

Teddy Bears And Toys

Teddy Bear

You can knit a Teddy bear for the new little one with less than one skein of Knit Picks Crayon Boucle yarn in the colorway of Cashew. He is a relatively easy knit and the results are adorable! Required skills include increasing and decreasing (kfb, k2tog, ssk), knitting in the round on dpns, mattress stitch or other invisible seaming methods, and basic embroidery skills (for snout and eyes). This Teddy Bear pattern is knit entirely in the round, with the legs, arms, snout and ears seamed to the head and body. There is a check box next to each line of directions so that you will never forget where you might have left off! Enjoy!..I love the check box idea, makes things go a lot smoother when you know where you left off.

Knit Diaper Soakers

Soakers

Soakers

Soakers are diaper covers, they are usually made of wool, which is known for its ability to absorb liquid and there by retaining it. Although some are and can be knit with cotton or a cotton wool blend.

Many new mothers are going back to using cloth diapers. They each have there own reasons for doing so, however , I know some are doing it for financial reasons and others for the environment...To me those are two good solid reasons, saving a lot of money by using cloth rather than disposable diapers and that means less waste going to the landfill.

Soakers are a very good way to cover the diaper, keeping baby, outer clothing, bedding and mommy and daddy dry.


Bibs And Washcloths

Bibs And Wash Cloths

Bibs And Wash Cloths

Better get started, can't ever seem to have enough bibs or wash cloths.. And Down Clover has many adorable and fun patterns to choose from..

Knitting Baby Blankets

Cuddly Basket Weave

Basket Weave Baby Blanket

This easy to knit Basket weave baby blanket will also give you a little practice with lace knitting for the edges.

Baby will be sure to sleep warm and cozy in this soft and cuddly blanket

Baby Blankets

Anchor And Heart Baby Blanket

Blanket has a stockinette stitch center, with a border all the way around of alternating hearts and anchors.

Basket Weave

Basket Weave Baby Blanket

easy to knit will also give you a little practice with lace knitting for the edges.

Baby Sweaters

Baby Sweaters

Who can resist knitting one of these adorable sweaters for baby..

Keep baby cozy and warm in a charming sweater..

Beginner Knit Baby Kimono

Who doesn't enjoy knitting for babies? If you've never made a knit baby garment before, this Beginner Knit Baby Kimono is a great pattern to try. Knit completely in the garter stitch, this soft kimono looks far more complicated that it is. Get plenty of practice using the knit stitch in this cute pattern that offers minimal seaming.

How To Donate Baby Sweaters To Charity

If you can knit or crochet, then you can put your talents to good work by donating your handmade items to charitable organizations. Baby sweaters are ideal donations for hospitals, orphanages, and children in financial need around the world. If you want to donate baby sweaters to charity, you have multiple options to consider. How to Donate






Knit Baby Hats and Caps

Grandmother knits, donates 6,000 baby hats

Knitting Hats For Baby

Rolled Edge Cap

Free baby hat knitting pattern from the cover of 60 Quick Baby Knits: Blankets, Booties, Sweaters & More in Cascade 220. Presented by Sixth & Spring Books. Check out the live webcast on the Planet Purl Party Line about this book.

Preemie Hats For Charity

These adorable little hats make a great stash-busting and fun project that gives back to the community at the same time. Now available as a free pdf!

Infant hat made for hospital charity

Knit for charity. It's easy and quick free pattern. A cute little hat, just waiting for baby's arrival. How to knit a baby hat for charity or women's shelter.



Grandmother knits, donates 6,000 baby hats

An Omaha hospital honors a local grandmother who has been knitting and donating thousands of baby hats to the neonatal intensive care unit for years....be sure to see the video

Charities

If you are interested in knitting for charity...here is a beautiful article, you wont want to miss: http://misslong123.hubpages.com/hub/VolunteeratHome

How to Knit Boot Style Red and White Baby Booties Part 1 - Right Bootie

More On Knitting

  • Free Pattern For Child's Basic Mittens
    Knitters in cold climates as well as those in just slightly chilly areas, will put their knitting needles to good use, when they take advantage of this free basic mitten pattern.
  • Knit A Child's Hat Free pattern Included
    Knitting hats is a rewarding and fun experience.. One of the best parts of knitting is that once you master the fundamentals, it's easy to make any pattern all your own. Knitted hats are very popular right now and they keep your head and ears warm.

Chiagoo Interchangeable Circular Needles

These interchangeable knitting needles have become my favorite...In fact they are now the only needles that I use. The red lace cables never kink and are always pliable..they are so worth every dollar spent..A pleasure to knit with always.

Chiagoo Interchangeable Circular Knitting Needles


Comments

Debbie Smit on April 08, 2019:

Good afternoon. I am looking for the pattern that in on your cover page on pinterest. The baby cacoon all in one knitted pattern please can some please advice me.

Thank you for all you help

Kind regards

Debbie Smit

Faythe Payne (author) from USA on June 17, 2013:

@kschimmel..wish I had time to make everyone of them...LOL

Kimberly Schimmel from North Carolina, USA on June 17, 2013:

These are all just too cute!

Michele Kelsey from Edmond, Oklahoma on June 03, 2013:

Sure! That would be great! :)

Faythe Payne (author) from USA on June 03, 2013:

Thank You misslong123..It would be great if you would add my link..I just took a really quick look at your hub ..its beautiful..If you don't mind I would love to add your link as well..headed back now to read more...

Michele Kelsey from Edmond, Oklahoma on June 03, 2013:

These are really cute designs for babies. I just did a hub on charities that accept knitted baby gifts for the needy. Can I add a link to your hub at the end so that readers can come here for some patterns? That would give them some great ideas on what to send to these charities. Very cute stuff!

Faythe Payne (author) from USA on April 30, 2013:

Thank You for the encouraging words and the up votes. KoffeKlatch Gals.....

Susan Hazelton from Sunny Florida on April 30, 2013:

Wonderful selection of pattern ideas for the new baby. Up, useful, and interesting.

Faythe Payne (author) from USA on April 28, 2013:

Thank you BlossomSB....baby items are a lot of fun...

Bronwen Scott-Branagan from Victoria, Australia on April 28, 2013:

Wow! You have been busy! A very useful hub.

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