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Knitting for Kids Over 40 Patterns for Sweaters, Dresses, by Paula Hammerskog

By Paula Hammerskog

Knitting for children: Over forty styles for Sweaters, clothes, Hats, Socks, and extra on your little ones
Knitting for children is the one-stop consultant for knitting a large choice of clothes and accessories in your young ones in a cost-effective approach. mirknig.com
With a variety of sleek to vintage clothes, your kids are bound to be the debate of the playground—and you’ll believe happy with your remarkable knitting talents! With over 40 styles to persist with, an individual can choose up a couple of knitting needles, seize a ball of yarn, and whip up an entire new child or child’s cloth cabinet in no time.

while you are attending a child bathe, you don’t have to purchase a pricey present. simply stick to the easy development within and create the suitable booties or blanket.
Or what in case your son wishes a brand new scarf?
Why don’t you opt his favourite colours and make him one he’s guaranteed to put on with delight? Following the step by step photographs and directions, now you can knit your favourite niece a gorgeous costume with matching hat, or costume up your child grandchild with a good-looking cardigan.
With seventy full-color images and styles, growing an lovable (and cheap) sweater or a enjoyable pair of socks for that precise baby on your existence could be a breeze!

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Move 13 st on the right side and 14 st on the left side onto two safety pins. Garter knit 15 rows over the middle 13 st (this creates the upper side), save the st for now. Knit over all st, at the same time pick up 10 st along the short sides of the upper side = 60 st. Garter knit 2 st with all stitches. Continue to knit with the middle 12 st, let the 24 stitches on each side rest for now, at the same time knit the last stitch together with the first stitch of the resting stitches until you are left with 7 stitches on each side, knit the row finished = 26 st.

Note: There will be 1 st less between the first and last decrease and 2 stitches between the middle decreases. Conclude with a reverse row, then knit two and two together. Fasten off and pull it through the st. Sew the hat together and make two twisted ties to tie it together. SOCKS Cast on 36 (40) stitches on double-pointed needles; distribute the stitches evenly across four of the needles. Let needles 1 and 4 be the socks’ backside and needles 2 and 3 be the front. Rib knit, k1p1, for 24 rows.

5 mm needle at the upper side of the buttonhole edge, followed by about 20 st along the right front piece, add the saved st of the back piece, about 10 st along the left front piece and 4 st on the upper side of the front edge. Rib knit 5 rows. ) On the next spread you will find examples of how you can vary this cardigan. PINK CARDIGAN WITH LACE We have knitted this in the smallest size with a Natural Silk Aran (2 balls). The front pieces have received a zigzag lace (see diagram on p. 48); the zigzag lace can be added once or multiple times.

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