Baby Mitts - Free Pattern! - Blue Sky Fibers
Hi Spud & Chloë Friends, This is the final project using the leftovers from the Dream Catcher Baby Blanket Sweater yarn. The finale pattern is for the sweetest and easiest teeny-tiny baby mittens, the thumbless sort. Be sure to check out the blanket and hat that along with the mitts complete this super-duper baby set: […]
Since Roo is a Christmas baby, I've got lots of warmth to knit. My house gets pretty cold in the Winter, and since we'll likely be doing a fair amount of stroller-riding during the first few months, I wanted to make something toasty and snuggly and protective. A beer cozy, but for babies. A Baby Cozy. Materials: US 10.5 24-in. circular. US 11 dpns. 2 skeins Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Bulky Tapestry needle stitch markers 4 size 18mm buttons 1 size 20mm button Gauge: For snuggle: 18 sts and…
Infant Mittens | Purl Soho
Teeny tiny infant hands, chubby and clenched in a fist, gently jerking about, they are nearly heartbreaking. Seeing those pudgy little fingers wrapped around one of mine, I am constantly amazed and delighted by the difference in scale. And then inevitably, I have the same thought... Little ones make me want to knit little things! Everything looks cuter in miniature, doesn't it!?! Plus, with the holiday season just around the corner, knitting little things is more appealing than ever. These…
Garter Stitch Chunky Mittens
Keep your fingers warm and toasty with these easy chunky garter stitch mittens. These seamed mittens knit up super quickly and are a great way to expand a beginning knitter’s skills. Skills include increases, decreases, working on separate stitches, gathering stitches, and seaming with the mattress stitch. Knit them in an afternoon for the perfect last minute gift.
Baby Snuggle Wrap - knitting pattern
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