I love knitting for babies. Whether it’s a jumper, beanie or shoes, they always look so cute in those tiny little sizes! At the moment I’m knitting a lot of baby shoes. They’re super quick to knit and great for using up left over bits of yarn.
I have a large collection of baby shoe and sandal patterns for sale, for 3ply, 4ply and 8ply, and they all include sizes 0, 3, 6 and 9 months.
You’ll find the shoes that are photographed (along with many other styles) here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/babyshoes.html
These cute, easy to knit baby shoes or slippers are worked in garter stitch and have a folded down top. Perfect for both boys and girls, the pattern includes sizes 0, 3, 6 and 9 months.
If you are new to knitting, or looking for a way to use up some scraps of 8ply/DK yarn, then Cynthia is the perfect project. Read more about it here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Cynthia.html
In Australia it’s time to start gearing up for the 2020 AFL season. Show support for your team with these fabulous footy slippers! They have garter stitch soles, stocking stitch uppers and optional i-cord laces.
Not only are they practical and fun to wear, but they also make a fantastic novelty gift for every one-eyed supporter. The patterns includes six sizes, so you can knit a pair for everyone in the family.
The slippers have been divided into three styles, based on the number of colours required, accommodating all eighteen AFL teams.
If you prefer rugby or soccer or any other sport over Australian rules football, you can still use this pattern just substitute your own club colours.
Read all about it here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/family.html
Happy knitting (and go North Melbourne!)
My first lot of knitting kits are now available online – woo-hoo!
I currently have kits for beanies, slippers and a neck scarf, in a variety of yarns, and I will be adding more styles over the coming weeks and months.
Since the modern yarns don’t always fall into the old ply system, it can be confusing working out which pattern you can use with which yarn. I hope that by offering these kits, it will simplify the process for you. Each kit contains a printed pattern, along with the yarn required to knit one item. The packaging isn’t fancy but the cardboard box is recyclable and I think that’s more important than being pretty.
These kits can be posted worldwide and so there are no surprises when deciding if the kit is right for you, the listed price on my website includes postage to various locations around the world.
To see what kits are currently on offer, please visit the following link to search the knitting kits available, either by yarn, or by project type, and make sure you keep coming back to see what new styles become available:
Today I introduce you to a new pattern – Serenity. These microfiber slipper-socks have a rib cuff then the foot is worked in stocking stitch, with a garter stitch sole. Warm, soft and so comfy to wear, you’ll never want to take them off! Read more about them here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Serenity.html
They are worked in the gorgeous Mon Amour yarn, which can be purchased from my Knitting Yarns Online website. This yarn is incredibly soft and has a lovely sheen. You’ll find the yarn and colour range here: http://www.knittingyarnsonline.com.au/MonAmour.html
My moccasin style slipper patterns have been very popular, and given how quick and easy they are to knit, as well as warm and comfortable to wear, I can understand why.
Today I introduce you to Sherrie, which are slippers knitted in Coast yarn. This delightful combination of lambswool and cotton provides great comfort as well as wonderful stitch definition. And the pattern includes 6 sizes so it is suitable for those with little or large feet!
You can get all the pattern details here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Sherrie.html
And learn more about Coast yarn here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Coast.html
These chunky slipper-socks have a rib cuff then the foot is worked in stocking stitch, with a garter stitch sole. Warm, soft and so comfy to wear, you’ll never want to take them off! See the sizing details here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Spencer.html
They are knitted in Abbraccio yarn, which can be purchased from my Knitting Patterns Online website. Read all about it here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Abbraccio.html
Like this style but prefer 4ply, 8ply or 12ply yarn? Then check out my Selena, Saffron and Shelby patterns here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/slippers.html
The nights are definitely getting cooler here at Tamborine Mountain, and winter is just around the corner for the southern hemisphere – so it’s time to get busy knitting slippers! Quick to knit, and great for using up left over yarn, these slippers are sure to keep your feet warm and comfy all winter long.
With a variety of styles to chose from, in a range of sizes, and using 4ply, 8ply, 12ply and chunky yarns, you’re sure to find the style that’s right for you.
See my full range of slipper knitting patterns here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/slippers.html
‘Safari’ is a new addition to my range of slipper patterns. These moccasin style slippers are quick to knit, and being worked in garter stitch and stocking stitch, don’t require any fancy techniques. The pattern includes six sizes and you’ll find all the details here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Safari.html
These slippers are worked in Kilcarra Tweed yarn, which is available here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/KilcarraTweed.html
These thick Slippers are quick to knit and will keep your toes warm and toasty. Worked in easy garter stitch and stocking stitch, the pattern includes six sizes, so you can knit a pair for everyone in the family!
Read all about it here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Saxon.html
They are knitted in super soft Abbraccio yarn, which can be found here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Abbraccio.html
If you like the style of these Slippers but prefer a finer yarn, this pattern is also available using 8ply yarn (Shay) or 12ply yarn (Sawyer).