Today we are looking at patterns for the little ones in our families. Inspiring Baby Cardigans will make you feel creative and adventurous, without a doubt! We have been looking for examples that are fun and interesting even for more experienced artists. While working on these kinds of projects, remember to choose a super soft yarn that will be gentle to babies’ delicate skin. Colors provide visual interest, so select vibrant ones as they are the latest trend. You can decorate your cardigans with flowers and appliques, add pom poms, but also personalize them with a baby’s name. So exciting, isn’t it? Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Preemie Cardigan and Hat Free Crochet Pattern
This dose of sweetness is almost impossible to handle! We all know that the author behind Crochet ‘n’ Create is the queen of crochet patterns for baby clothes, right? This is one more example of her artistry. Do you feel up to the challenge? This design is such a lovely source of inspiration.
Level: intermediate Author: Crochet ‘n’ Create
X Stitch Baby Cardigan Sweater Free Crochet Pattern
This baby cardigan is an example of a classic crochet design with a playful twist. The sweater, designed by Maria Bittner from Pattern Paradise, has a lovely texture and an original “X” closure. It is fit for boys and girls, just choose their favorite colors. The blue you see below is so special, right? We love it so much!
Level: intermediate Author: Maria Bittner
Crocheted Baby Cardigan Free Pattern
This pattern shows us that awesome baby clothes are not always as difficult to make as they seem. We have chosen this design because it inspires us to experiment with bold colors and cute appliques. Can you see the pom-pom ice cream below? So sweet! How will you decorate your classic baby cardigan?
Level: upper beginner Author: Yarnplaza.com
2 1/2 Hour Nap Free Crochet Pattern
How wonderful is this stitch? Absolutely precious! If you crochet for little ones, this pattern by Michele DuNaier is a must-have in your collection, no doubt about it. You can use the technique for blankets, shawls, and other accessories too!
Level: upper beginner Author: Michele DuNaier