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October 2018
October 2018

5 FREE BABY KNITS

We know how much you love crafting special one-of-a-kind makes for children, so we’ve teamed up with your favourite brands to offer you exclusive patterns to kit out the little ones. Click on each image to download the project.

5 FREE BABY KNITS

1. WARDROBE ESSENTIAL

This cute little babysuit knitted by Zoe Halstead can be made from newborn size up to nine months. Click on the image to be directed to bunny and bear charts so you can personalise it to your taste. Fancy a challenge? Create your own animal motif using the intarsia technique or add some more colour changes throughout the body. This project is made in one of our favourite yarns, Rico Baby Cotton Soft DK, find it at woolwarehouse.co.uk.

5 FREE BABY KNITS
Image: Let's Knit

2. BABY BUNNY

Do you know the perfect recipient for this lovely headband? You’ve come to the right place. This project is taken from Animal Knits For Kids by Amanda Berry (£12.99, Apple Press). Featuring an adorable combination of patterns for children up to three months old, you’ll find colourful and creative species to make for animal-loving little’uns. Visit quartoknows.com to buy a copy. Want the yarn? Find Stylecraft Special Chunky, shade 1218 Parchment, at stylecraft-yarns.co.uk.

5 FREE BABY KNITS
Image: Animal Knits For Kids

3. PUPPY LOVE

The easy-knit Puppy Snuggle Blanket from Knitted Animal Nursery by Fiona Goble (£12.99, CICO Books) needs to be at the top of your knitty to-do list. Perfect for a cosy cuddle, babies will certainly be nice and warm during the chilly weather. Packed with adorable and inventive projects, we recommend you get your hands on it at rylandpeters.com. Made in super chunky yarn, the wool is quick to knit with and comes in 36 different shades including stunning pastel pinks and gender neutrals too. Find Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick in shade Glacier (105), for £7.79 per 170g (97m) ball, at woolwarehouse.co.uk.

5 FREE BABY KNITS
Image: Knitted Animal Nursery

4. COLOURWORK QUEEN

An absolute wardrobe-staple, parents will love this classic jumper for their child. Although it may look tricky, Penny Hill's sweater is actually a beginner-friendly project. Want to know the secret? Self-striping yarn. A wool that changes colour throughout the skein is the perfect alternative to having to weave in those pesky ends. Why not try Sirdar Snuggly Rascal DK? It’s a machine-washable, durable yarn making it a great choice for baby projects. Get a ball for £3.49 at knittingwool.com.

5 FREE BABY KNITS
Image: Let's Knit

5. BABY BLANKET

Named Zigzag Zoom, this blanket designed by Theresa Schabes is a brilliant gift for little ones or expectant parents. It uses Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash which comes in a huge choice of 179 different shades, which really allows you to make this design your own. Each of the blankets featured in 60 More Quick Baby Blankets by Sixth&Spring are bursting with colour and offer you plenty of techniques to try. Get the book today for £14.99 at thegmcgroup.com.

5 FREE BABY KNITS
Image: 60 More Quick Baby Blankets

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