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Websites With Easy-To-Follow Knitting Instructions For Baby Clothes?

February 4th, 2010 · 8 Comments · Instructions for Knitting

Baby coming in a few weeks and I thought it cheaper to make some stuff instead of buying it and it makes the whole thing more sentimental.

I already know the basics of knitting but haven’t done any in a real long time. Any websites with good pictures and instructions?

Thanks.

Youtube! I have found loads of knitting and crotchet instructions on there. I made beanies and cool scarfs for my kids recently that I found on there-

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  • 1 twilightaj // Feb 5, 2010 at

    lionyarn.com has some really cute designs for kniting, i crochet but i have made my daughter some sweaters and people are always asking were i brought them they cannot believe that i made them. also you can try freepattern.com but lion yarn is much cuter
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  • 2 Nina // Feb 5, 2010 at

    Youtube! I have found loads of knitting and crotchet instructions on there. I made beanies and cool scarfs for my kids recently that I found on there-
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    Mother of 4

  • 3 LineDancer // Feb 5, 2010 at

    Let me mail you some stuff from WalMart. Could baby use a nice gun and some milk? I can get them both from the same store.
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  • 4 Vetti // Feb 5, 2010 at

    You can find it in YouTube. You need to ask your hubby to help.
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  • 5 Hannah Brown // Feb 5, 2010 at

    Awww, Vot’s having a little bundle of joy! Congrats mama to be! *hugs* lol I’ll send up some diapers for you.
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  • 6 MakeSure // Feb 5, 2010 at

    I’m a crocheter, myself. Learned how to knit, but prefer crochet—So I don’t have any links for knitting instructions. However, there are plenty available on-line! Just enter: knitting instructions easy , in the Yahoo!Search box. Different people understand the same instructions differently, so I think you need to look each over yourself, to see which works best for you.
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  • 7 Füñ♥Gråñdmä♥ // Feb 5, 2010 at

    I don’t know the answer to your question. But, congrats on the baby.
    Agape
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  • 8 Lenio // Feb 5, 2010 at

    I don’t know of any websites Vot, however as a suggestion try creating something out of your head – by knitting different coloured squares and then joining them together – voila! You have a blanket. No pattern needed, just squares. And since it is for bambino, it does not have to be very big, so shouldn’t take too long.
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