50+ Free Baby Knitting Patterns


50+ Free Baby Knitting Patterns

You'll find the best knitting patterns for babies in this collection.


Free Baby Knitting Patterns

Use these free baby knitting patterns to create an instant family heirloom. Knit a baby afghan, toy or clothing as a shower gift or to welcome the newest member of your family. Free baby knitting patterns such as these are a great way to learn and refine knitting techniques. Create these cute knitting patterns for yourself of share with as baby shower gifts.

The baby clothes knitting patterns include baby booties knitting patterns, free knitting patterns for baby sweaters, and and even a baby hat knitting pattern or two. The free baby blanket knitting patterns include easier patterns to work up quickly and those with more intricate designs and shapes.

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Free Knitting Patterns for Baby Sweaters

Free knitting patterns for baby clothes make great beginner projects, and these easy sweater knitting patterns for babies are easy to make and work up quickly.  You can customize them to be appropriate for a little baby boy or girl.

Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Looking for free baby blanket knitting patterns?  Well, here's a great selection of afghans that are great for baby! Each one of these free baby blanket knitting patterns will make an impression and become an important keepsake for a little one.

Free Knitting Patterns for Baby Toys

Free knit patterns for baby blankets are all well and good, but babies love toys, too! These free baby knitting patterns are all toys that baby can play with during his or her first years!

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I would love to have a pattern for a christening gown, I did one for my children but my oldest is now 40 years old so I don't have the pattern any more.

Ireally like the look of the site, but how do I get a pattern, my interests are mainly knitting and crochet. Thankyou.

How do I get the poncho pattern for baby?

Great site my husband was worried that I would not stop to cook.

hi , i just wondered if anyone knows where i'l get a pattern for a baby cardigan that is knitted in 2 colours and has a V shaped back and rolled collar , i did 1 16 years ago for my sisters son as a baby and she is havin her 2nd baby now and has asked me can i do 1 of those cardigans for this baby , but i cant find my pattern anywhere.. i would be grateful if anyone can help . thanks

Love all the items but wish you would include some premature baby patterns as they are hard to find


Love all the patterns but wish you could re-print some prem patterns (the all-in-one) jacket you printed sometime ago also hats, booties they went down very well .

Hi, brenda. All of our patterns live permanently on the site, so if there is one you recall from the past that you liked, it should still be archived on the site! Try using the search box and category tabs to navigate your search. Hope this helps! --Editors of FaveCrafts

i like thi page

baby cocoon knitted pattern

@thelmathomas76 0521634, Here is a link to some knit baby cocoon patterns on our sister site AllFreeKnitting: http://www.allfreeknitting.com/?task=search&search_term=baby+cocoon Hope this helps! --Editors of FaveCrafts

ohhhh so cute I love it so much juliouse here cuteeeeee love everything u inspired me how to knit because it looks so fun and ur knitting is so beautifullllll love knitting for ever LOL :)

Sjp9921 You can frog (unravel) unwanted sweaters (or other knitted or crocheted items) and then reuse the yarn to knit into baby hats (or other items). If you do a google search for how to reuse yarn, you will (or should) find some helpful hints on the best way to ready it for reknitting. Good luck, hope this helps and happy knitting. Tip: a good place to get yarn to recycle is thrift stores and yard sales, sometimes yardsales you can get them for free if the people are just about to close down for the day and just want to get rid of stuff.

I had read somewhere of recycling old sweaters into baby hats. Is there a pattern for this or has anyone else tried this? Yhanks


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