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"Simple-yet-adorable baby designs with detail that only an actual knitting mother would think of." - Knitty.com
"This book will leave you revved to unleash those maternal instincts in a knitting frenzy." - Vogue Knitting
"In addition to the usual baby hats, booties, mittens, and sweaters, there are some nice designs for Mom too." - MonstersandCritics.com
"Lovely and imaginative... The beautiful patterns for baby are the real heart of this fabulous book." - Anchorage Daily News
"Practical knits for nursing moms and exquisite little hats, booties, and mittens." - Get Creative
"Designed so cute-with-a-capital-C doesn't overshadow the little one's inherent beauty." - Yarn Market News
"A very nice alternative to some of the more complicated baby garment patterns currently out there." - Spindlicity.com
"Wonderful patterns made from environmentally friendly yarns. All are easy to follow." - Crafts Beautiful (UK)
Louisa Harding has been designing knitwear professionally for more than seventeen years. In 2005 she launched a signature line of yarns and design collections in the U.S. and UK, distributed by Knitting Fever. Her designs have appeared in Rowan Knitting Magazine, Vogue Knitting and Knitting Magazine. She has also worked as an in-house designer for Rowan Yarns and Jaeger Handknits. Harding's previous books include Knitting Little Luxuries and the "Miss Bea" series of children's handknits.
Beautiful selection of natural fibers combined with mostly traditional techniques. Loved and knitted most of the baby sweaters here, with modifications inspired by Elizabeth... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Eve Starr
There are several items that I may make, though I bought it for one particular item. Am sure over time, I'll use it.Published on August 15, 2013 by Amazon Customer
The patterns are so cute. But frankly, given the fact that those natural fibers are so expensive and that babies outgrow their clothing every month, is it economically sound to... Read morePublished on May 19, 2013 by Lourdes Garcia-Levis
I have a large extended family with lots of new and toddler babies - this book has been really helpful.Published on March 24, 2013 by Elaine Mauceli
I only bought this book after I saw a baby sweater made from one of its patterns on Ravelry. The pattern in the book looks nothing like the patten I saw but I understand how one... Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by Roseann152
This book has many great patterns for babies in multiple sizes. I am making one of the baby sweaters in a cotton yarn and so far the pattern seems quite clear with no errata. Read morePublished on February 9, 2012 by wearablesheep
I have been extremely happy with all the purchases I have through Amazon and will continue to shop with them!Published on October 21, 2010 by salfitz