Posts tagged: "knitting for baby/kids"

  1. To protect, serve, and snuggle: superhero knitting patterns! (+ giveaway)

    Posted by on March 30, 2016

    It’s a needle . . . it’s a skein . . . it’s . . . At your service, clockwise from top left: meet Heroic Herschel, Happenstance Hippo; Sampson Sheep, Supreme Super Stylist; The Magnificent Moo; and Landon Ludwig, Wonder Kid from Knit Superheroes. Never fear—best-selling author Rebecca Danger is here! She’ll help you save […]


  2. Sweet knits for wee ones from "Sweet Pickles"

    Posted by on December 22, 2015

    Brrr…winter is upon us! Do you know some little ones who need stylish, warm, and colorful knitwear to add to their winter wardrobes? Introducing Sweet Pickles: 27 Adorable Knits for Babies and Toddlers, stocked with super-cute and modern knitting patterns for children, including sweaters, hats, leggings, and jackets. Many of these fun accessories and outfits […]


  3. New Martingale quilt books (pssst, Moda’s row-by-row book is here!)

    Posted by on December 2, 2015

    What makes a perfect present for a fabric lover? Hot-off-the-press inspiration—in the form of new quilt-book releases from Martingale! Check out our all-new batch of inspiring books below. In the U.S., order by December 15 to guarantee that Santa gets it there by Christmas. A special note for knitters: we have a new knitting book […]


  4. First day of school: 6 picture-perfect kid knits

    Posted by on August 26, 2015

    It’s a ritual for parents everywhere. After the supplies have been gathered and lunches have been packed, it’s time for back-to-school pictures. You know the ones: standing in the front yard or in front of the school, backpack and all, smiling and ready for the first day. As you get ready for the new school […]


  5. Be the star of the baby shower: free knitting pattern x 3!

    Posted by on May 29, 2015

    Spring means colorful flowers, bright green leaves, and, of course, baby showers! Why not combine all three in an adorable handmade gift that’s quick and easy to knit? We’ve got a darling blanket, hat, and bootie set that any Mom-to-be would adore—and best of all, the pattern is free. FREE PATTERN: “Flowers” from Blankets, Hats, […]


  6. Staff Stitch + Show: kids and baby gifts we’ve made!

    Posted by on February 27, 2015

    It’s baby season, and we’ve been inspired to make gifts for staff kiddos, from growing grandchildren to new arrivals. Here are some of the knit and crocheted gifts recently stitched by our staff for special little ones! P.S. Guess who’s next on our list? Tiffany, copy editor, is due in August—congratulations, Tiffany! We can’t wait […]


  7. Yetis, monster, robots—oh my! 12 spooky projects

    Posted by on October 31, 2014

    Boo! It’s October 31, and we have a special Halloween-themed knitting roundup—all sourced from our resident monster expert and best-selling author, Rebecca Danger. From mini yetis and other small Halloween knitting projects to monster booties and caps for babies, this roundup will inspire your spooky Friday. These projects are cute enough to be played with […]


  8. Summer fun: teach crafty kids to knit!

    Posted by on July 11, 2014

    What’s on your kids’ summer bucket list? No doubt you’ve got plenty of plans for pool days, trips to the zoo, and lots of outdoor fun. But you might also need something to do when your kids (and you!) need a respite from summer frolicking. Why not teach them to knit—with help from Gigi? Knitting […]


  9. Toys kids will LOVE—and you’ll love to make!

    Posted by on March 14, 2014

    Knitted cat dolls from Playful Little Knits Remember those paper dolls we all loved as kids? The best part of playing with paper dolls was using my imagination: one doll could fill many different roles depending on how I dressed her. Maybe many of you can relate. If there’s one thing kids have in excess, […]


  10. How Rebecca Danger uses leftover yarn (+giveaway!)

    Posted by on September 20, 2013

    Let’s be honest. How big is that pile of scrap yarn you own anyway? If you’re like us, you’re perpetually holding on to those last few yards of yummy yarn, hoping for a rainy day (that’s raining patterns with minimal yardage requirements, that is!). Dear reader, that day has arrived. Rebecca Danger, best-selling author and […]