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Patch Pocket Mini Tutorial


In a previous post, I mentioned the baby cardigan I made for the newest addition to the family.

I applied a single patch pocket to the cardigan,and thought I would just briefly describe the technique I used to attach it. 142 more words

Wowligan (wee owligan)

Hooray! Hooray! Wowligan is here today!

Apparently owl cardigans are much easier to dress a wee one in than owl jumpers and I’ve been asked about the possibility of such a pattern many times. 205 more words



Knitting for babies is always a wonderful thing! They could always use items knit and crocheted with love. I also feel that it’s a great way to test the waters with garment knitting without taking on a huge project that requires over a 1000 yards of yarn and hours of construction, and seaming. 388 more words


The New Rugby Sweater

My latest baby sweater will be ready for the test knitters as soon as I finish typing up the pattern. For now here are some fast pictures I snapped. 264 more words


My knit-wit way to a ribbed baby sweater

I’m in stitches.

It all started when I was in high school 8 years ago (*chuckle* – it was wayyyyy before that). Mom wanted me to occupy my summers with something creative and productive, so I picked up some needles and the rest is gosh yarn history. 372 more words


Done! Baby Sweater: Gramps

When I came across this cardigan for a baby boy designed by Tin Can Knits, I knew I had to knit it for my friend’s baby due next month.   94 more words


English Tailoring

In October of 2012 I took a class from Julie Weisenberger, aka Cocoknits, on English Tailoring.  We worked on a baby sweater, starting at the mid point and doing the shoulder shaping. 102 more words

Baby Sweaters