Knitting for children

Knitting for children

Free knitting pattern dungarees

DungareesDungarees are a great choice for fun-loving children and this stylish outfit with moss-stitch pockets and front panel is no exception. Pair with a smart shirt for occasions, or a t-shirt for a warm day at nursery.

MEASUREMENTS 1 (3: 6: 12: 18) months


Bergere Bergereine, 50g in: Pyramide (23560) x 3 (4: 4: 5: 6) balls

4mm (UK 8, US 6) knitting needles

7 transparent press studs, 10mm, ref. 60467 (pk of 59)

8 wooden buttons, 14mm, ref. 65291 (pk of 6)

Free knitting pattern hooded scarf

Hooded scarfHooded scarf knitting pattern free

Finished measurements:width - 20cm/7.87"; length - 165cm/64.96"


Pierrot Yarns Erfurt [80% wool, 20% baby alpaca; 96 yds/88m per 1.41 oz./40g skein]; color #04 chocolate milk, 5 skeins [185g]

4.2mm (approx. US 6) and 4.5mm (US 7) knitting needles or sizes necessary to achieve gauge;cable needle

Gauge (10cm/4" square):pattern stitch: 22 sts and 31 rows

Hooded jacket knitting pattern free

Hooded jacketLittle ones love dressing up and playing make believe, but sometimes those fancy dress outfits aren't the most practical! Luckily, Rico Design has come up with the perfect solution - a warm jacket with a cute cat's face embroidered on the cosy hood. Now everyone's happy! This knit is worked in a soft acrylic blend in a gorgeously delicate pink shade. It's washable on a cold cycle, too, which is ideal for a jacket that is sure to be well loved!

You will need

Rico Baby Classic DK, 50g in: Orchid (shade 05) x 3 (4: 5: 6: 7) balls

3.25mm (UK 10, US 3) needles and 3.75mm (UK 9, US 5) needles

Baby romper knitting pattern free

RomperRomper design by Patons


Size: 0,3,6,9,12,18months

To Fit Chest: 35, 40, 45, 50, 53, 55cm

Actual Size (at underarm): 28, 33, 38, 43, 46, 48cm

Length (approx, when worn): 32, 36, 40, 45, 50, 55cm

Babies mittens knitting patterns free

MittensKeep little hands and fingers toasty warm this season with Sian Brown's bright and breezy fair isle mittens .

Mittens are a wardrobe must-have for babies. Having cold hands is no fun, and these jazzy mitts will keep fingers and hands warm and feeling comfy outdoors in the chillier weather. They're worked in fair isle and feature fun design details like zigzags, stripes and blocks. A snug fitting ribbed cuff will ensure wrists are toasty warm, too. Make them in bright, contrasting colours to fascinate babies' visual curiosity.

You will need

4-ply (fingering) weight yarn, 50g in cream x 1 ball - A

small amount of turquoise - B