Free Knitting Patterns: Toddler & Children's Clothes
Knitting for children can be very rewarding. Knitting a children's sweater gives you an opportunity to practice all the same skills required to make a full size adult sweater, without the substantial investment in time or yarn. There are untold numbers of free patterns for knit children's cloths. From sweaters and hats to summer dresses and fall jackets. Patterns range from beginner friendly to advanced.
Intermediate. Juju is a pair of seamless cabled trousers for babies and toddlers.
Beginner/Intermediate. This little sweater dress is all about the yarn. Choose a variegated yarn in bold colors with medium-to-long color changes.
Intermediate. A crazy and fun alien hat. Good for kids or goofy adults.
Gauge: 3.0 stitches per inch or 12.0 stitches per 4 inches.
Intermediate. Make one for everyone in the family! Sizes child 4 to adult XL
Intermediate. A casual autumn jacket.
Beginner/Intermediate. Precious little purse, scarf and felted tiara set for young girls.
Gauge: 4.5 stitches per inch or 18.0 stitches per 4 inches.
Beginner/Intermediate. Here are two versions of a fun little sweater just right for spring.
Intermediate. available in 4 different sizes! Video tutorials also included :)
Gauge: 3.5 stitches per inch or 14.0 stitches per 4 inches.
Beginner. Gorgeous and easy-to-knit flower for headbands, hats, sweaters or whatever your fancy!
Beginner/Intermediate. Adorable and easy-to-knit baby legwarmers from fingering/sock yarn.
Gauge: 1.75 stitches per inch or 7.0 stitches per 4 inches.
Beginner. Easy and quick to knit and with an interesting visual and textural elements.
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