Delightful Baby Sweaters – Free Knitting Patterns

Delightful Baby Sweaters with free knitting patterns are evidently what you need and what your little bundle of joy needs in her or his winter wardrobe. Who wouldn’t love to spend all these chilly days wrapped in wonderful warmth and fuzzy softness? We all undoubtedly would! Knit one (or two) of these handmade winter miracles for a special child in your family right now. There are still so many cold days left! And so many genius knitting patterns for baby sweaters to try. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Big and Thick Blankets and Square Blankets.

Fuzzy Belly Sweater Free Knitting Pattern

This delightful baby sweater by Jiayi Kong has a very original cut with a round neckline, puffy sleeves, and an oversized fuzzy belly part. Your little teddy bear will surely feel cozy and comfortable. Use ombre yarn to maximize the wow effect!

Level: upper beginner Author: Jiayi Kong

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Flower Fence Sweater Free Knitting Pattern

Oh, how is that for a little sweater designed with a huge dose of fantasy? Your little one will certainly feel fabulous in this stylish piece by Rachel Brockman! Are you already imagining all the color mixing possibilities? The sky is the limit here!

Level: intermediate Author: Rachel Brockman

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

Butterfly Free Knitting Pattern

It is time to let butterflies into your little ones’ wardrobes! Summer is a perfect time to look for inspiration in nature, right? Hanne Rimmen has released a precious knitting pattern for a baby sweater that is both minimalist and one of a kind.

Level: intermediate Author: Hanne Rimmen

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

One thought on “Delightful Baby Sweaters – Free Knitting Patterns

  1. Love these patterns! I have 11 grandchildren and a great grand on the way. These are so precious for gifts. Thank you for sharing them.

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