Cute Knitted Monster Pants Free Patterns

Cute Knitted Monster Baby Pants – Free Patterns

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Knitted monster pants are here and we all love fun projects for kids. We do, especially if they make toddlers look even more adorable! Animal theme garments are definitely a hit with children and adults too.

These knit monster pants for babies are something else. They are not difficult to make and therefore great for beginners as well as experienced knitters. Colorful monster designs make these knitted baby pants ideal for kids.

They are cheerful and versatile too! You can easily use leftover yarn to create these cheeky monsters. You can even decorate them with buttons or other details such as teeth.

When looking for the perfect monster pants knitting pattern, look for versatility. Most patterns fit both boys and girls, and you can mix and match the colors however you like. The best choice for most projects will be a medium weight yarn.

Check out these free patterns under the links below. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections for knitters: Knitted Baby Hoodies and Fun Knitted Washcloths.

Monsterpants/Monsterbukser – Baby Free Knitting Pattern

The adorable knitted monster pants are a super simple and fun project to make. Kids will love them too, so customize them with colors and facial expressions. It will add a cute and cheeky look with a monster bum.

Level: beginner Author: Tonje Ailin

Knit Monsterpants

The original pattern is on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Chompers Free Knitting Pattern

This fun knitting pattern for baby pants written by Carey Huffman has a cute monster detail. Your little ones will certainly become friends with the adorable monster! His teeth are not scary at all, so you all are safe. DIY knit monster pants free patterns are a way to go, if you are looking for a fun gift.

Level: beginner Author: Carey Huffman

Knit Monster Pants

Find this pattern on Web Archive, or read more on Ravelry.

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