Knit Baby Cardigans are always so sweet! If you are looking for a pick-me-up project that will let you relax, choose one of these patterns for your evening knitting session. It is always good to have a handmade baby shower gift ready, just in case! If you have a little princess in the house, you certainly can’t miss these patterns. We love their authors’ taste for sweetness! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Baby Cardigans Free Knitting Patterns
1. V-neck Contrast Edging Cardigan
This is a gem among knit baby cardigans, without a doubt! This version of Sirdar’s pattern simply melts our hearts. We love the classic combination of creamy white and powder pink as well as the cute flower on the little button. Details like that make the world look pretty, right?
Level: upper beginner Author: Sirdar
2. Rosebud Cardigan
This lovely knit cardigan for girls is certainly easy to make and looks really beautiful. Try using ombre yarn for this cute cardigan and choose the prettiest buttons you can find. Little ruffle at the bottom gives it additional flair. Give it as a gift to a little princess or make a bunch for your kids or grandkids. It works up so fast!
Level: upper beginner Author: The Noble Thread
3. Button Stitch Baby Cardigan
Raglan cardigans are perfect for babies because they look and fit nicely. An open front allows the parent to quickly and easily put it on or take it off the little one. As you can see in the photo, the knitter behind Knit Paint Sew decided to add a stunning structural stitch to the body – how cute is that?
Level: intermediate Author: Knit Paint Sew
photos by Knit Paint Sew / ravelry.com
4. Bernat Knit Yoke Baby Cardigan and Hat
If you’re wondering what to make for a baby dear to your heart, don’t look any further because this set is what you need. A simple cardi and a hat make a great couple to keep the baby cozy and stylish. In the bottom photo you can see a green version – isn’t this design versatile?
Level: intermediate Author: Yarnspirations
photos by Yarnspirations/ yarnspirations.com
You can find this pattern on yarnspirations.com.