Welcome to the land of cuteness, yarn lovers! Today we want to focus on knitting patterns for Sweet Baby Cardigans. Do you have a day all to yourself? You certainly should! These beauties take little time cause of their tiny sizes. If you`re looking for inspiration, you should check out the examples we’ve found. You can surely let your creativity shine and make something truly unique. These cardigans are so practical! They will keep your baby cozy and warm. Use soft yarn for a gentle touch on delicate skin. The patterns we’ve found are inspired by mother nature. Just take a look at these colors! Check out these free patterns under the links below. Follow us on our Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Daisy Cardi Free Knitting Pattern
Simplicity and pure charm! This is what we love about daisies, right? Obviously! We can see these qualities in this design by Aubrey Busek as well. We’ve chosen this cardi in order to show you that the simplest solutions are often the best. Don’t you love this powder pink shade? We certainly do!
Level: beginner Author: Aubrey Busek
All-In-One Baby Top Free Knitting Pattern
This little cardigan by Marianna Mel is quick and easy to make. The sweetness lays in this combination of colors, evidently. We can’t stop admiring these photos! If you take a closer look, you will surely notice the cutest set of buttons ever!
Level: beginner Author: Marianna Mel
Watermelon Baby Cardigan Free Knitting Pattern
What does this pattern teach us? That we can easily transform a simple cardigan into a work of art, obviously! Tiny eyelets look like watermelon seeds, don’t they? The pearl buttons are a perfect finishing touch too! We admire Stitchylinda Designs’ creativity so much.
Level: beginner Author: Stitchylinda Designs
Old Shale Lace Baby Top Free Knitting Pattern
Are you a fan of vintage-looking clothes for little ones? We certainly are and so is marianna mel! This white knitted wonder will be a precious gift for a baby shower. The parents will love it for special occasions, without a doubt!
Level: intermediate Author: marianna mel