These toddler leg warmers are so simple to knit, and they also make great gifts! Last week I shared a drop stitch scarf pattern that I made for my daughter recently. And now it’s time to share the matching leg warmers. :) I made a set of these (on a smaller scale) when she was a teeny tiny baby, which on a side note is the perfect project for a new mommy. They were so small they didn’t take very long to make at all. My kind of project. :) Not that these toddler leg warmers are much more difficult . . . Read More
Ever since I made my daughter’s scarf last year, I’ve been thinking about making another one. It was such a quick project to make. When I saw this yarn at Target, I thought it would be super cute to make a toddler drop-stitch scarf and then sew the ends together to make a cowl. She also happened to have an outfit that would match this particular yarn perfectly thanks to one of her Aunties. I first came across a drop-stitch pattern when I was a beginning knitter. It looked so interesting, but I was nervous. I had steered away from . . . Read More
You’re going to love this toddler keyhole scarf knitting pattern—the keyhole keeps the scarf from falling off! And it’s super simple to make too. I decided to knit a keyhole scarf for my daughter this year, and (of course) we ended up having a very warm winter in Oregon. Isn’t that how it goes? But I have comforted myself in that this little scarf is still perfect for our early morning walks when it is foggy and misty outside. I love this scarf. It is soft and warm, and because of the keyhole, it stays around your child’s neck. But . . . Read More
Learn how to knit a simple baby doll blanket with this pattern. Simple enough for beginners, and they make great gifts too. It’s a warm August evening here in the Pacific Northwest, and I’m knitting. My husband is reading out loud from The Silver Chair and row by row, a baby doll blanket begins to form. I’m using a bag of leftover yarn for this project as I only need a small amount to make a row or two of color.