Kidswear You Can Knit
Candy Cane Striped Knit Infant Cap and Mittens
Keep little ones warm and happy with a striped hat and mitten set that resembles holiday candy. The fringe ties and dangling pom-pom make this toddler set irresistible.
So-Simple Knitted Mittens
Outdoor games are so much more fun when your hands are snug and cozy inside handmade knitted mittens.
So-Simple Knit Hats
The wintry season is much more enjoyable when your head and ears are protected by a colorful knit cap. Although sized for adults, many teenagers will find these hats just as useful.
Three Knock-Out Socks You Can Knit
Warm your toes with striped tube socks knit in fun and fancy colors. They stay put with comfy banded cuffs.
Crocheted Dorm Room Throw Rug
If you love to crochet or are eager to learn, add this easy project to your must-do list. Made with cotton/acrylic yarn, it's easy to wash.
Cotton Candy Knit Jacket and Booties
Worked in one piece, this hooded jacket is a joy to make. Sizes range from newborn to one year. The loopiness of the design eliminates the need for buttonholes and allows a button to easily push through the fabric. The booties are sized to fit newborns to 6-month-olds and have twisted-yarn lace accents.
Girl's Knitted Cardigan Sweater with Ties
Dotted details stand out brilliantly on this cream stockinette-stitch cardigan. A trio of ties finishes the dressy sweater jacket that is knit of acrylic and wool blend yarn.
Boy's Cables-Rib Knit Vest
Rich autumn colors are a handsome combination on this V-neck vest. The olive yarn carries to the edges with ribbing at the neck, armbands, and waist.
Knitted Guernsey Pullover and Cap
Rows of decorative stitches in pretty diamond and check patterns adorn this wool sweater and cap set. Knit in blueberry-color yarn, they're perfect to wear with jeans.
Rough-and-Ready Knitted Raglan Sweater
Four colors of yarn add plenty of pattern to this sweater with vivid bronze and copper stripes. The raglan sleeves have more subtle stripes of dark sage.