Pattern Types: Child

Leaf Keeper Hat

By Stephanie Lotven   From Ravelry: “Inspired by my daughter’s obsession with ‘nature collecting,’ this little hat celebrates spring. On the first warm day of the season, we walk around our neighborhood stuffing our pockets full of the new ‘baby leaves.’ The Leaf Keeper hat is a lightweight open-work project perfect for keeping little explorers …

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Little Tangled Tendril

by Stephanie Lotven From Ravelry, “The Tangled Tendril Pullover is a classic sweater with a “twist.” This sweater uses traveling cables to create a large graphic design that is dramatic but easy to knit. Moss stitch is used inside the cables to create a simple texture that will highlight the depth of color in your …

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By Carol FellerAs described by the designer: ‘Simple and elegant, this sweater will look just perfect on your little man–small or big! Knit in the round from the bottom up, the sleeves are joined at the yoke which is then knit flat in rows. Finally the button placket is worked to finish the sweater.’

Amelia Pinafore

By Kate OatesAs described by the designer: “Inside-out, upside-down, backwards, these are the ways my darlings like to get dressed! This simple design features a never-backwards reversible front and back that is equally adorable no matter which way it is put on. The apron-inspired pinafore is knit from the bottom up all in one piece, …

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By Kate OatesAs described by the designer: ‘This cabled hat for babies & children can be worked either as a stocking cap or a beanie. Its worked bottom up with a ribbed brim, the original cable panel is set on a reverse stockinette background.’

Apple Turnover

By Trudy Evans As described by the designer: ‘This double knit coat is fully reversible with red apples on one side and green apples on the other, and simple tips are given as well to make this a one-sided, regular knit coat if double knitting is not something youre ready to tackle yet. With a …

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