Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
This quick and easy pattern has three style options--a sunsuit, a dress/tunic, or a top/vest. All three start with wide straps and a cute ribbed panel in the back to give a good fit to the bodice. The lower body flares enough to be roomy and comfortable with plenty of room for a cloth diaper, if desired. Three buttons on the gusset make for easy...
This is a simple little toy made in one piece. The arms and feet are formed by sewing through the knitted piece and the stuffing after you’ve finished. The ears are just embroidered on to the hood, so if you remove the hood, the ears will come off too. :) This is some “mystery yarn” and I believe getting the right yarn is the m...
These little overalls are designed to fit snugly, like leggings. They will keep baby warm and comfortable from shoulders to toes, worn either next to the skin or over a lighter layer such as a sleeper, onesie, or tights. I made the first set for my newest granddaughter, who was able to wear them almost right away.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
11/28: If you previously downloaded this pattern, there was a mistake in the stitch multiple for the Diamond Hat. It should be 12, not 8. Therefore, you will need to increase 12 stitches above the brim (108 stitches), and decrease 8 stitches at the start of the crown shaping (100 stitches). Sorry about that!
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This is a square baby blanket made with an understated, classic diamond pattern bordered with seed stitch. When using the suggested yarn, it grows considerably after blocking. The stitch multiple is 8 + 1 if you wish to modify the width. The pattern includes both a chart and written instruction for the diamonds.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pattern incorporates a number of knitting techniques--sock heel, working around on dps, I-cord. If you know how to make socks, you’ll probably find it pretty easy. There are a lot of separate pieces, some knitted on, and some sewn, so it involves a fair amount of work. I hope I have explained everything clearly enough--it turned out t...