Knitting Children's Clothing

Knitting Children's Clothing

Paula Hammerskog, Eva Wincent

$14.99

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More than 40 beautiful knits for babies, toddlers, and children up through age ten

Knitting Children's Clothing
is the one-stop guide for knitting a wide variety of clothing and accessories for your children in an economical way. With a range of modern to classic attire, your children are sure to be the talk of the playground—and you’ll feel proud of your amazing knitting skills! With over forty patterns to follow, anyone can pick up a pair of knitting needles, grab a ball of yarn, and whip up a whole new baby or child’s wardrobe in no time.

If you are attending a baby shower, you don’t need to buy an expensive gift. Just follow the simple pattern inside and create the perfect booties or blanket. Or what if your son needs a new scarf? Why don’t you choose his favorite colors and make him one he’s sure to wear with pride? Following the step-by-step photos and instructions, you can now knit your favorite niece a beautiful dress with matching hat, or dress up your newborn grandchild with a handsome cardigan.

Projects include:

  • Ribbed yoke sweater for babies
  • Warm baby blanket
  • Christening gown
  • Cardigan with crocheted flowers
  • Bolero
  • Knitted dress
  • Striped beanie
  • Mittens
  • Woolen socks

With seventy full-color photos and patterns, creating an adorable (and affordable) sweater or a fun pair of socks for that special child in your life will be a breeze!


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Paula Hammerskog:
Pamela Hammerskog began knitting as a thirteen-year-old, when her home economics teacher told her that as long as you know how to knit and purl, you can knit just about anything. Paula tried it and has been knitting ever since. She lives in Stockholm, Sweden

Eva Wincent started knitting in earnest as an adult, when she answered an ad in the newspaper: “Seeking knitting partner for textile shop.” She has now been running her own business, Wincent, for twenty years and is well known among knitters. She lives in Stockholm, Sweden.|||Pamela Hammerskog began knitting as a thirteen-year-old, when her home economics teacher told her that as long as you know how to knit and purl, you can knit just about anything. Paula tried it and has been knitting ever since. She lives in Stockholm, Sweden

Eva Wincent started knitting in earnest as an adult, when she answered an ad in the newspaper: “Seeking knitting partner for textile shop.” She has now been running her own business, Wincent, for twenty years and is well known among knitters. She lives in Stockholm, Sweden.

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