Collage of knit projects for babies and kids | Roundup: 9 Adorable Free Knitting Patterns for Babies and Kids via Underground CrafterIt’s (Inter)National Crochet Month, which means I’ve been kinda neglecting the knitting this month. That’s just not fair to my long-time knitting readers, right? To make things up, today I’m sharing a roundup of 9 adorable, free knitting patterns for babies and kids, including hats, a softie, booties, and a sweater! I curated this roundup from AllFreeKnitting.com, a directory of over 12,000 (!) free knitting patterns, tutorials, tips, and more.

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9 Adorable Free Knitting Patterns for Babies and Kids

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Collage of knit projects for babies and kids with text overlay | Roundup: 9 Adorable Free Knitting Patterns for Babies and Kids via Underground CrafterWhether you’re trying to find the perfect gift for a baby shower, donate your hand knits to charity, or outfit your child in something handmade, you’ll find your next project in this roundup!

Collage of knit projects for babies and kids | Roundup: 9 Adorable Free Knitting Patterns for Babies and Kids via Underground CrafterTop row, from left to right:

  • Simple Toddler Rhino Hat by Mama in a Stitch: This simple hat is knit flat and seamed, and the horns and ears are easy to make.
  • Basic Baby Hat by All About Ami: These hats work up quickly in super bulky yarn and are topped with pom poms
  • Adorable Teddy Bear Hat by Little Red Window: This cute little animal hat is knit in the round.

Middle row, from left to right:

  • 3-Square Child’s Sweater by Gina Michele: This adorable child’s turtleneck is made from just 3 seamed squares! It works up quickly in bulky yarn and is available in 3 sizes.
  • Cupcake Hat by Underground Crafter: This textured hat is knit flat and seamed, and the pattern is available in 3 sizes from newborn through toddler.
  • Owl by Natural Suburbia: This cute little critter can be made with small bits of yarn leftover from another project.

Bottom row, from left to right:

I hope you enjoyed this roundup! You can find more inspiration for your next knitting or crochet project for the little ones on my Pinterest board, Crochet and Knitting For Kids!

 

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