Baby Patterns

Free Beautiful Baby Knitting & Crochet Patterns for 2019

Garter stitch baby set Pattern


Mayflower Easy Care is particularly suitable for the busy Dane. It can be machine washed and tumble dried. Easy and delicious and convenient.

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Baby Mary Jane Shoe Pattern


These sweet shoes are knitted almost entirely in one piece, with the sole sewn. Size newborn. They work up in a few hours and require less than half a skein of your average sock / fingering weight yarn. The pattern itself is relatively simple. These are the perfect little gifts for a new parent!

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Get the Message Pullover Pattern


Nice knitted sweater for the real boss in your family. Let her tell you who’s boss with this personality piece that speaks volumes! This baby sweater is different from most baby knitting patterns in that it is double embroidered on the front so you don’t have to worry about the words as you knit most of the sweater.

Skill level: average

Note: the sweater is worked top down in one piece. The yoke is worked in rows with opening on the right. The body under the armpits and the sleeves are knitted round.

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Getting the right size is important! View the dimensions of your new projects and choose the project that suits you, always making a swatch that suits your voltage.

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Bauble Baby Romper Pattern


The Bauble Baby Romper is a simple and cute crochet pattern that requires so little yarn it could be considered a stash buster! The pattern has been professionally tested and uses raglan construction techniques. The step-by-step photo tutorial clarifies all the unique pattern elements so that the romper can be easily completed by a determined beginner. If you’ve ever wanted to try a raglan garment but were hesitant to commit to a big, time-consuming design, this is the project for you.

The PDF contains:

~ The easy to follow pattern written in American crochet terminology
~ Photo tutorial to clarify all construction techniques
~ Instructions for all specialty stitches used in the pattern
~ Printer-friendly copy of the written pattern without a photo tutorial to save paper and ink

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Gloves No. 1 Pattern


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Gloves No. 1 for kids 1-2 years and 3-4 years , very simple to knit.
You can knit in MagicLop or with socks needle. Very nice and comfortable.
Step by step text and also video.

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HoneyBee Romper Pattern


the pattern is just made of switching the colors and by making the underwear portion with the strips

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Onni cardigan Pattern

The Onni cardigan, knitted from Novita Venla, is a stylish choice for the little ones in the autumn. The Onni socks feature the same cable pattern.

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Wee Fast Pattern


Wee Fast 2 is a super-fast to knit baby sweater, and only takes an hour or so to make from start to finish.

This is knit top down, and you will only have 2
ends to weave in.

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Butterfly Baby Booties Pattern


Welcome spring with an adorable pair of sun-ready baby booties. This style features an ankle strap with button closure, Mary Jane style and butterfly accents on the heel.

Skill level: easy

Size: 0-6 (6-12) months, sole length 3.5 (4) “. Suitable for size 0-6 months.

Gauge: 24 m and 28 rows = 4 “10 cm in st with the largest needles

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Boutchou Baby Romper Pattern


This baby romper crochet pattern will look lovely on any little one. With classic stripes and a vintage vibe, it will make a wonderful outfit for a gift, photo shoot, or just relaxing. Customize your design with colors and buttons of your choice and you have a wonderful set of crochet jumpsuits for any boy or girl. My printable PDF template will guide you through each step of this simple project.

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Super Bulky Hats Pattern


Simple, classic super bulky knit hats are the perfect cool weather accessory. Made in 10 sizes, these are perfect for the whole family!

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Easy Colorblock Hat Pattern


I wanted some basic fall hats with a twist for the boys, so I created this Easy Colorblock hat knitting pattern. These hats are light but still warm enough for this transitional climate. The rich colors work well with the boy’s fall clothes.

I used Lion Brand Jeans for this model. It’s a great new yarn that mimics the look and colors of jeans. Each color has a tweed effect that adds interest to everything you knit. The yarn is medium weight and very soft, perfect for accessories and clothing!

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Top Down Baby Sweater Pattern


In all my years of working on this blog, I have found that there are two types of knitters: those who don’t care about seams and those who can’t stand it! If you are part of the latter group, this is the scheme for you! Usually knitting a sweater involves making 4 different pieces on single stitch needles (sleeves, front and back) and then sewing them together.

This sweater is knitted using circular needles. You start at the collar and work your way down. The sleeve stitches are put on a support and finished after finishing with the body. The sweater is knitted in one piece and there are no seams to sew!

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Beginner Baby Sweater Pattern


This baby sweater features a classic design with ribbed cuffs and hem and a rollover collar. It is knit using Stockinette Stitch (knit one side, purl the other). The shaping is very minimal. The project is ideal for beginner knitters!

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Checkered Baby Hat Pattern


This hat combines festive checkers with a playful shape. Each pattern row is worked using one color yarn. The stitches of the color you are not using are simply slipped on to the right needle.

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baby bodysuit Pattern


The Päivänpaiste (Sunshine) baby bodysuit features long sleeves and a textured stitch pattern. Knitted with the thin Novita Merino 4PLY yarn.

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Baby Romper Bjorn Pattern

This seems complicated but can be done very well for a starting crochet star. The pattern is explained step by step with the help of photos.

Can you already imagine your baby in this cute romper!

Language: English, German and Dutch

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Fictilis bloomer Pattern


The pattern diagram structure is inspired by a brick wall. The series was then called Fictilis, which means “of clay”.

The Fictilis flower is knitted from the bottom up. Using a technique that provides a double-sided layout, you add front and back at the same time and you get an almost invisible layout border.

The recipe contains links and QR codes for instructional videos that show double-sided layouts, shortened lines and elastic folding.

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Mixed Media Knit Dress Pattern


This pattern for an adorable mixed-medium baby sundress is knitted using Bernat Softee Baby Cotton yarn and features short sleeves and a subtle seed stitch pattern. The gathered skirt is made from 100% cotton printed fabric and is attached to the bodice using a bias (optional) and a simple seam from a sewing machine, although you can also sew the skirt by hand if you wish.

I love this dress because it is so quick and easy to create and it looks really cute. The bodice only takes a few hours to work, and if you’re using a sewing machine, the skirt can also be created in about an hour.

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Ava Pattern


A cute little spencer in Merci, a wonderful combination of wool and cotton, for the littles ones. Ava can be worn either with a little bodystocking and bare legs, or with little tights and a long-sleeved top. If the suspenders are knitted extra-long, all you have to do is move the buttons to extend the use of the romper.

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Puff Stitch Toddler Dress Pattern


Or you can purchase the PDF Pattern above to have a neat clean printer friendly large font Ad-free version of the pattern.

The pattern is written in English using US terms.

Pattern Level: Intermediate
This pattern uses the Chain, Double Crochet, Single Crochet, Slip Stitch, Skip Stitch, Puff Stitch.

Materials Needed
360-540 yds of Size 4 Yarn
Size H 5 mm Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle and Scissors
2 – 1/2” button

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Camille Pattern


Is there anything cuter than tiny little girls in tiny little dresses with puff sleeves? The design is knitted in a soft mix of cotton and wool, which makes it perfect any time of the year – in the winter with tights and a long-sleeved top underneath.

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The Wattle Sweater Pattern


If these dimensions aren’t what you need, or you’d prefer less than positive ease, here are some basic instructions for customizing:

To add width, make sure the starting chain is a multiple of 3 + 2.
To increase the length of the pattern, continue with the WST to the desired length, making sure to include at least 1-1 1/2 inches to create the neckline. -To add or decrease sleeves, keep adding / removing WST rounds, taking cuffs into account.
This is my first model ever released, so I still expect there may be some glitches. If so, feel free to send me a message and I’ll add any necessary notes.

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Little Seed Cowl Pattern

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The little seed hood sends us to winter mornings and cold sunny days! This bulky little hood is a perfect gift for your little one.
The simple stitch pattern serves as a quick design that is simple to work with and stunning to look at.

The Little Seed Cowl, knitted with chunky needles, makes knitting quick, perfect for gift giving. He thought of being wrapped around the neck for a snug fit.
This hood is knitted in the round. Great project for beginners who want to try working with circular or double pointed needles.

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Pryor Creek Jr Baby Sweater Pattern


Pryor Creek Jr is a baby sweater based on my popular adult sweater, Pryor Creek Sweater, which you can see here on Ravelry. Both sweaters feature a ribbed front, smooth sleeves and back, wide crew neck, and raglan sleeves. The sweater is constructed from the bottom-up.

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Baby hat with ear flaps Pattern

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