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A Baby Knitting Pattern is a Soothing and Inexpensive Hobby

 

I found this wonderful article that comments on how knitting is soothing. And with the expense of nearly everything in this world, cheap as well! I find that baby knitting patterns are the best choice as I usually have many projects going at the same time. Baby knitting patterns are quick enough that you can have that near instant gratification of completing a project.

I will see a yarn and just have to have it. So because the project total cost is so reasonable, I never have to have any guilt. And as we said the projects are small so having many baby knitting patterns going at once is excellent.

There are literally so many baby knitting patterns that you would never come to the end of your choices, sweaters, booties, hats, mittens, blankets, it is endless. I know I like to have the opportunity to do a whole outfit for the baby, so I will have several going at once.

And with the choices of yarn types, baby knitting patterns would never become dull or boring for you. There would always be a new surprise. They have so many soft and fuzzy and utterly charming choices that it seems like a gift to yourself every time you pick up your needles. And the colors! Not just pink and blue, much more for your imagination to run wild with.

Baby knitting patterns
Baby Knits for Beginners [Hardcover]

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There are several special perks to this beginner knitting book. First of all it is beautiful and hardcover so will preserve your project instructions for years to come. The photos are gorgeous. Debbie Bliss is known for her beautiful patterns and clear instructions and this book is designed with the beginning knitter in mind. You will be knitting for baby in no time at all. Anything from baby booties to baby blankets. This book is also in a handy format that is another thoughtful gesture toward the knitter. It will tuck down neatly into your knitting bag. There are a total of 15 projects for your knitting pleasure.

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10 thoughts on “A Baby Knitting Pattern is a Soothing and Inexpensive Hobby”

  1. I love knitting but I don’t have the time or patience to knit many adult clothes.

    Knitting baby clothes is an ideal way to practice new techniques with quick results and you always have a personalised present for baby showers!

  2. This is one of my favorite passtimes while waiting at my son’s practices. If you love to knit but don’t have any babies around, think about donating to a hospital or shelter who are always on the lookout for such things.

  3. You know, I can really relate to that. When my nieces were little I enjoyed making them matching sweaters but even with that I would get bored sometimes. After not knitting for a few years because of being in RT school, I went back and had an extra bedroom dresser drawer full of yarn of all kinds so I figured knitting some baby things and hygiene packs for humanitarian groups, not to mention stocking the family up this year in gloves, scarves, caps, and houseshoes would be a good way to while away the hours I sit up (nightshifter) while everyone else is asleep. THEN, when they started training me in the NICU it was a whole new world of things to knit, patterns and yarns to enjoy, and knowing that the little projects I knit to amuse me really are needed and will be used either in the NICU or by Moms who need the extra blankets, clothes, and hats. it’s a really wonderful little world that’s opened a big section of my heart I didn’t even know was there.

  4. I totally agree with the article. I am an avid knitter and the last few years have mostly knit baby jackets, shawls. With the arrival of my first grandbaby I now have a personal focus for my projects. There are so many awesome, very tempting patterns available. I now have a large collections of patterns and particularly like creating garments in 4ply merino.

  5. How wonderful that you now have a grandbaby or as you said a personal focus for your knitting. I love that phrase. Thanks for stopping by. Oh and I love merino yarn too. Susan

  6. Thank you for the sensible critique. Me & my neighbour were preparing to do some research about that. We got a good book on that matter from our local library and most books where not as influensive as your information. I am very glad to see such information which I was searching for a long time.This made very glad =)

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