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Modern Baby Knitting Patterns

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In this post, you will see a round-up of modern baby knitting patterns.

Knitting for babies is fun and the featured projects don’t take very long to make, which makes them perfect for any beginner knitter.

You will see easy patterns in lovely soft pastel spring colours.

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The Baby Knitting Pattern Skill Levels

The featured patterns range from basic level to easy level.

The basic patterns are great for any beginner knitters who are looking for their first project to start off with.

The easy level patterns are for the more advanced beginners, who can manage the knitting basics well already.

*Please scroll down to see the free patterns*

How to knit baby booties for beginners

The Yarn Used For The Patterns

For most of the patterns featured, I used Rico Creative Cotton Aran (50g/85m/93yds) in various colors.

This is 100% cotton and it does on occasion split when you knit, like most cotton but you can fix it and make it look neat with a little patience.

This is a medium-weight yarn 04.

You can substitute with most cotton including DK yarn that is compatible with size 4mm (US 6) or a worsted weight to use with 5mm (US 8) or 5.5mm (US 9) knitting needles.

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Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following the patterns:

This list of tutorials will help you and features the most common techniques and stitch patterns you will need to know.

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More Baby Knitting Patterns

You may also be interested in these baby knits:

bunny softie diy

You can also find these patterns in this Ebook here – 10 Baby Knitting Patterns Ebook.

Modern Baby Knitting Patterns

Make something new for baby in simple cotton with one of these free knitting patterns.

The simple baby cardigans, sweater, booties and toys require basic knitting knowledge, from using garter stitch, stocking stitch, increasing and decreasing.

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2 Comments

  1. I’ve been following you a while and am now ready to start a project. Thanks for all the great ideas you post!