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New Pattern: Everyday Baby!

Four little top-down sweaters to knit for baby!

I’m pleased to announce the birth of my new knitting pattern: Everyday Baby!

Just like her parents (Everyday Cardigan and Everyday Pullover), Everyday Baby is simple enough for a motivated beginner, but with enough little details to keep seasoned knitters entertained.

Four little top-down sweaters to knit for baby!

Four little top-down sweaters to knit for baby!

Probably my favorite thing, though, is how quickly these little ones knit up. I have been known to slog through adult-sized sweaters for nearly a month, but each of the samples I made took me only two days. For an instant-gratification junkie like me, that is beyond awesome.

As you can see, there are four variations in various combinations of long sleeve, cap sleeve, cardigan, and pullover.

Four little top-down sweaters to knit for baby! Four little top-down sweaters to knit for baby!

I gave my samples to my niece. They’re still a little big on her, but she seemed comfortable anyway (which is impressive because it was 90 degrees the day she tried this on for me… she’s a trooper!)

I’ve sized the pattern from Newborn to 4T, so you can whip one up for your own favorite baby or toddler!

You can also get it at Ravelry, add it to your knitting queue, and/or see some of the other versions that have already been knit:

Thank you to my test knitters! I appreciated the extra eyes on the pattern before unleashing it into the world.

By the way, if you’re into matchy-matchy, you could always make one for yourself, too…


Happy Knitting!

P.S. I always appreciate word-of-mouth. If you like it, please tweet it! Thanks 🙂

[bctt tweet=”It’s 4 tiny sweaters in one adorable knitting pattern! Get yours: #pdceverydaybaby”]

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5 thoughts on “New Pattern: Everyday Baby!

  1. the colors on the pattern are so pretty. i shared it on Facebook. and thinking about making another one. thanks for featuring mine.

    1. Thanks for sharing! I’m so glad you enjoyed making it. I love the deep blue color you chose for yours.

  2. What a cute pattern, Lisa! Adorable.

    1. Thanks, Pammy Sue!

  3. I am knitting the Cardigan in Everyday baby. I am having a terrible time with attaching the sleeves. The pattern says put 42 aside pick up 6 stitches at the under arm when I do this I have HUGE holes. What am I doing wrong ?

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