This crewneck sweater is knitted from the bottom up with a clustered stitch pattern around the body and saddle shoulders above the sleeves. Plus, its body and sleeves are joined to a raglan construction, meaning only few stitches below the arms have to be seamed. You’ll love this simple and stylish piece!
This seamless, baby girl dress worked in the round from the top down. The front and the back up to the bodice are knit plain then the body is worked in Estonian flower pattern to the end of the full princess skirt. After the raglan yoke is complete, the sleeves and body are separated. This is designed with positive ease, so there will be lots of room to grow into it.
Knitting patterns, but I think you could figure out a crotchet method or use old sweaters and shirts to make these little guys for kiddos. Thanks Amy! Knit a Monster Nursery - Practical and Playful Knitted Baby Patterns By Rebecca Danger
Knit Mock Honeycomb Brioche ~ The two color stitch pattern is created easily with slip stitches and looks similar to Honeycomb Brioche, without requiring you to have brioche knitting skills. Its texture creates a beautiful, soft, and cushy fabric.
This is a lace and texture cardigan inspired by succulent plants. The ribbing within the pattern gives the garment stretch. Because there is minimum shaping within the lace pattern, it’s a good pattern even for beginners.