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Love... Knitting: 25 Simple Projects to Knit

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And if you've made the cardigan for a new arrival, why not also stitch them a matching hat? The stripe detail continues from the cardigan to the hat, making them a perfectly matching set.

Yarn Brands A-Z | LoveCrafts

Known for her novelty knits, designer Susie Johns has also written books on papercraft, jewellery-making and embroidery. These ribbon-tied bootees are so pretty, and they’re a great way to use up your yarn stash, as you can knit two pairs from one ball of yarn. This gorgeous Grace knitted hat and cardigan set comes with guidelines for making it to fit ages 9 months, 12 months and 24 months. This baby blanket is the perfect kniting pattern for beginners. It's all knitted in one colour, making it a straightforward knit, with some textured detail added through varying the stitches.If you're a knitting pro and can whip up a baby blanket in just a few stitching sessions, why not look into knitting for baby charities? There are always charities looking for volunteer knitters to participate in projects – the more help they get, the more families can benefit.

Patterns | The Knitting Network

This is an adorable scarf and mitten set featuring Aardman creation Shaun the Sheep, first seen in Wallace and Gromit before getting his own CBBC series. These turned-over cuff booties, knitted in fluffy Sirdar Snuggly Snowflake Chunky yarn, are soft and cosy for bare baby feet (also includes three other shoe patterns), and they’re a ‘one-ball wonder’, taking a single ball of yarn. The pattern (which includes three other shoe and bootee patterns) comes in three sizes: newborn to six months, six to 12 months and one to two years. Hand-knits for babies are one of the loveliest handmade items you can create. They’re welcomed as great gifts, made with love for a new arrival, and they can be passed on to other babies – or even the next generation – once they’re outgrown.Knitted in garter stitch, so it’s suitable for beginners, the pattern comes in three sizes: three to six months, six to nine months and nine to 12 months. A lovely alternative to a teddy bear, this gossypium cotton rabbit toy, designed by Erika Knight, is knitted in garter stitch, and its shape is achieved simply by decreasing and increasing. It’s finished off with an embroidered face, pom-pom tail and a smart ribbon bow.

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