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Easy-to-knit baby bibs are a great fun and practical project, perfect for gifts. Fits newborn to 6 mos. Shown in Bernat Handicrafter Cotton knit on size 4.5 mm (U.S. 7) needles.

Hideous colors, but that can be changed. Easy-to-knit baby bibs are a great fun and practical project, perfect for gifts. Fits newborn to 6 mos. Shown in Bernat Handicrafter Cotton knit on size mm (U.

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This adorable, easy and seamless bonnet for your little ones features a lovely cable pattern that is designed to match the Silverfox cardigan.

Sinverfox Bonnet (DK weight) This adorable, easy and seamless bonnet for your little ones features a lovely cable pattern that is designed to match the Silverfox cardigan.

10 baby shoes you can knit, crafts, We collected ten of our favorite baby bootie knitting patterns From simple to more advanced these adorable baby shoes are perfect for cute baby toes

10 Free Knitting Patterns For Baby Shoes - The Most Adorable Baby Booties! some of these may be for the advanced crafter but I couldnt help bu fall in love with the grey cable knit and the arrow head pattern on the bottom set !

This is a pattern I wrote that adapted EZ’s baby surprise jacket to fit a 3 to 5 lb preemie, roughly 11” finished chest, using sports weight wool at 6 sts to the inch. Using worsted weight, it is a newborn sized sweater. The sweater starts from sleeve extensions, since I like longer sleeves; after that, everything sails along like the BSJ.

Baby Surprise Jacket Preemie Sized by Elizabeth Winfield; a baby surprise jacket to fit a 3 to 5 lb preemie, roughly finished chest, using sports weight wool at 6 sts to the inch. Using worsted weight, it is a newborn sized sweater.

This is a pattern I wrote that adapted EZ’s baby surprise jacket to fit a 3 to 5 lb preemie, roughly 11” finished chest, using sports weight wool at 6 sts to the inch. Using worsted weight, it is a newborn sized sweater. The sweater starts from sleeve extensions, since I like longer sleeves; after that, everything sails along like the BSJ.

This is a pattern I wrote that adapted EZ’s baby surprise jacket to fit a 3 to 5 lb preemie, roughly 11” finished chest, using sports weight wool at 6 sts to the inch. Using worsted weight, it is a newborn sized sweater. The sweater starts from sleeve extensions, since I like longer sleeves; after that, everything sails along like the BSJ.