This easy poncho knitting pattern from Bernat Yarns can be adjusted to fit one year to eight year olds. Kids will love this fun and fashionable knitting pattern, and will keep them warm throughout the winter. Let your child pick his or her favorite color for the piece and make it for them before winter arrives. Save this poncho knitting pattern and make a new one every few years - they'll never miss out on a chance to stay warm and look good. The soft yarn and easy to follow instructions make this an ideas winter wearable.
This ribbed hat and scarf set is cute and comfortable for any child. Use these free knitting patterns to create matching winter accessories for children.
Any little girl would love such a wonderful sweater like this one. The free knitting patterns offered like this one have a fabulous texture to it. Cables and ribbing add nice detail.
Bundle up your little one with this Little Boy's Hat and Scarf Set. This is great if you're heading out for a snowball fight or to go sledding in the park. Knitting for children is a fun way to learn new knitting techniques as well.
Monkey around with this knit sock animal! This fun toy is playful and cuddly made with classic wool, for the beginning knitter.
Protect your child from the cold with this stylish hooded sweatshirt. Use this free knitting pattern to quickly and easily create this one-of-a-kind wardrobe essential.
The tail on this cute piglet is the perfect touch in this stuffed animal knitting pattern. Give to a little child who wants a little pig to cuddle.
Looking for a cute four legged friend but don't feel like cleaning up after it? This free knitting pattern is the perfect solution. Knit yourself a cute little puppy. Bernat boa makes him such a soft friend.
Create a matching hat, scarf and mittens set for your kids using colorful yarns! They'll be warm and stylish this winter.
These Pom Pom Hats are just plain fun! Multiple poms means extra fun and frivolity. The free knitting pattern is on an intermediate level, so it's a great piece for knitters who are still learning.