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Kids want knits that suit their personal style and are comfortable to wear year-round. Knitters want projects that are interesting to knit—and that will be worn and loved by the kids they knit for! More Knitting in the Sun gives you more than 30 original patterns with tested kid-appeal from some of today's top designers. Soft, easy-to-care-for yarns and thoughtful designs that can stand up to all kinds of play make this collection perfect for busy parents and active kids.
Reflecting the palette and playful setting of timeless childhood haunts, these warm-weather patterns are sure to appeal to school-age boys and girls for all occasions. Whether it's cargo shorts and a fishing hat for a day searching for lost treasure, a feminine sundress and lacy poncho for a backyard tea party, or a racer-back tank and carry-all backpack for a bike ride to the candy store, More Knitting in the Sun will keep your needles clicking on summer days and throughout the year.
This is just the thing I needed for some easy whip ups for the grand girls ! Now what yarn do I use?Published 14 months ago by Ljstrohschein
I love this book, as it has so many great patterns for children and not babies. I needed patterns for a 5 year old and this book has some really great ones. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
I found these patterns more difficult than I had hoped. I am really a beginner and have only knitted scarfs. Hopefully I'll be able to do these kids sweaters soon... Read morePublished 21 months ago by mary l tucker
I love this book! I want to make everything... Good variety of sizes so I can keep the granddaughters supplied for a few years.Published 21 months ago by Minnesota E
I was looking for some summery garment projects to knit for my niece's 18 month old girl and 2 year old boy. I found a number of great projects in this book. Read morePublished on May 10, 2013 by Exploding Sofas
The instructions are east to follow, a lot of cute things to knit. All patterns are not to difficult to do.Published on March 30, 2013 by martha centini