Free Crochet Pattern

Lazy Daisy All-in-One Baby Cardigan Free Knitting Pattern

This sweet little knit cardi is not only a lovely addition to your kiddo wardrobe, but whats’ more – a sweet gift for all charities. They very often lack baby clothes, especially handmade ones, and as we know – they are timeless and very durable!
The full article about this free pattern is here, more about this project here

Mjuk Cardigan Free Knitting Pattern

Who doesn’t like colorful and positive baby clothes? This cardigan is really one in a kind, because it’s so elegant and classic. I can easily imagine passing this lovely cardi to the next generation or keep it as a reminder of childhood.
The full article and the free pattern can be found on raverly here.

Daisy The Little Pig Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Ekaterina Popova

Do you know the Daisy? She’s a cute knitted little pig! Daisy The Little Pig will become a good friend for you and your child, because she loves hugs very much. What’s more, you can make a tiny scarf for her to keep her warm! I’m sure you will like this cute pink pig!

PHOTOS by Ekaterina Popova /

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Coziest Cable Cardigan Free Knitting Pattern

Jessica Reeves Potasz is the uncontested queen of modern handmade fashion! Is your wardrobe full of her designs already? We certainly hope so! This knitting pattern for a classic cable cardigan surely deserves a place in your library. And in your life this fall!

Designed by: Jessica Reeves Potasz

The original pattern and the photos are available on Mama in a Stitch here. More info on Ravelry here.

Left of Center Cardi Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by: Universal Yarn

Beautiful pastel blue, colorful horizontal stripes and contrasting little buttons. A stylish proposal for every little fashion lover, without a doubt! If you love it as much as we do, get to work with the pattern you find under the picture.

PHOTOS by knitting-bee /

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Poplar Cardi Free Pattern

  • Designed by

It’s good to have cardigans in vibrant colors for autumn, because they will cheer you up a little and make you feel like it’s summer again! This poplar cardi by is as cosy as a hug and I can’t even describe how comfy it is!


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