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Cutest Ever Baby Knits: Over 20 Adorable Projects to Knit Hardcover – October 15, 2011
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With such happy events in mind, this specially commissioned collection of adorable baby knits presents a range of deliciously sweet garments and bed- and playroom goodies in gorgeous yarns and colors. You’ll find something delightful for boys and girls—little dresses, cardigans, coats, hats, mitts, booties, a blanket covered in daisies, a friendly teddy named Edward, soft play blocks in primary colors, and even a nautically themed laundry bag.
Each pattern includes clear step-by-step instructions and is illustrated with beautiful color photographs, along with diagrams and charts throughout. In addition, Cutest Ever Baby Knits includes an introduction to basic knitting skills, techniques, and terminology. Altogether it’s the ideal book for beginning knitters, while providing an enjoyable source of inspiration for those with knitting experience. Whether a ”little one“ is part of your life now or is soon to be, there’s no better way to spend your time and share your love than by knitting something special by hand.
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Top Customer Reviews
I was hoping for more sweaters. Geared more towards girls items.
The patterns themselves are clearly written with yardage requirements and materials needed. I don't like that there is a 12 page how-to-knit section. Most people thinking of using this book already know how to knit and that section is general and not focused on specifically making baby items. So, what's the point? Anyway, I would recommend this book to an intermediate knitter so she or he could use more of the book, except, of course, that pesky how-to-knit section.
I also find it ridiculous that the patterns are all for one size.