Cool Kids Pullovers with Free Knitting Patterns

Cool tones, cool style…knitting patterns for Cool Kids Pullovers! This selection of knitting ideas for baby sweaters will surely be a treat for every craft-loving parent. The designs we have selected are minimalist and quite easy to make. This is a celebration of simplicity! Your little ones will feel so comfy and warm during outdoor playdates this spring. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on our Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!


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If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Little Lady’s Tops and Spring Lover Pullovers.

Raglan Sweater Free Knitting Pattern

Who doesn’t know the power of horizontal stripes yet? We all certainly do! Knit this simple sweater with a classic cut and neckline for your little bundles of joy to wear this season. You can go for cool tones like the brilliant author did or choose something different instead.

Level: upper beginner Author: Karen O’Hanlon Cohrt

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Horsetooth Pullover Free Knitting Pattern

Are you currently on the hunt for perfect basics that will complete your children’s wardrobes? Without a doubt, we always need more basics, right? This knitted pullover will surely meet all of your expectations. Make a few in different colors! Knitting patterns for kids’ pullovers are essential this time of the year!

Level: upper beginner Author: Laura Spargo Anderson

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Velvet Dreams Free Knitting Pattern

What a precious pattern! If you have a fashion-loving little princess in the family, you are certainly going to want to try this one. Rachel Brockman is known for her wonderful designs for trendy women of all ages.

Level: upper beginner Author: Rachel Brockman

The original pattern and the photos are on Universal Yarn here. More info on Ravelry here.

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