Baby knitting pattern - Model 0004B HELENA - Cardigan, Romper, Bonnet and Socks
Sizes: 0 – 3 mnths (3 – 6 mnths), 6 – 9 months
I am not sure why I chose this special pattern for baby knitting.
However, when I had designed this pattern I also started knitting clothes for my doll.
As I was
knitting the jacket I thought this pattern was great for baby knitting. I
thought it was beautiful. It reminded me about ...
... the time I had babies myself and knitted their baby clothes. I loved to knit these garments. Maybe we can call it nostalgia? I don’t know!
I thought how many of you asked me to upgrade the doll clothes to baby sizes, and wanting to knit exactly this pattern for baby clothes right now,
I had knitted the doll clothes in a special color called sand color.
This color can be difficult to find but these clothes are very nice knitted in white, blue or pink, whatever you prefer! I had a lot of lilac yarn here.
Therefore I knitted the clothes in lilac, beautiful for a little baby. Just look at the little girl on the video! She is so lovely!
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Cardigan, Romper, Bonnet and Socks
At the doll site you can find the same clothes for dolls. Maybe big sister will appreciate to get the same clothes to her doll as mom has knitted to little brother or little sister.
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The jacket is a little wide round the waist and it has raglan decreases along the arms. I like this raglan decrease for baby clothes.
The romper is knitted buttoned along the inside, practical when your baby needs a new nappy! On the front side of the bonnet I have knitted 2 squares in the pattern. They can remain small pockets and I found them nice on the romper.
The bonnet for the baby is also very cute. It has an edge knitted in garter stitch and with a little wrinkled pattern. Little Helena looks very nice in this bonnet.
The bonnet for the baby is also very cute. It has an edge knitted in garter stitch and with a little wrinkled pattern.
Helena also needed a pair of socks to keep her feet warm. These socks are knitted without a pattern as the romper has pattern round the legs and I therefore thought a pattern on the socks was not necessary.