It goes without saying that here at LoveKnitting we have a soft spot for adorable patterns and comfy, cuddly knitting patterns! Here are six of the most charming projects we could find. We dare you not to fall in love with them too!
Okay, dogs are already our cryptonite, but dogs in sweaters? We’re completely on board! And the sweet design by Alice Neal just makes this pattern perfect. It’s knitted in Katia Peru and features a fetching Fair Isle pattern!
Stay warm and beautiful with this hat pattern by Athena Forbes! The knitted polar bear family is equally cute and fun to knit. Why not make one for your loved ones and wear the snuggly matching clothes together? It’s knitted in a Brown Sheep Nature Spun Worsted and it makes a great accessory for cold winter adventures!
How precious is this kids sweater by Alicia Plummer? It’s perfect for lazy days, winter walks, or family parties – whatever the occasion, your kids will look great while feeling comfy at the same time. The Malabrigo Rios yarn is just delicious, too!
This Double Breasted Coat pattern by Debbie Bliss looks like something straight off the runway! It will not only keep your young ones warm and cozy, it will also be an absolute highlight in every wardrobe! Knitted in Debbie Bliss Rialto DK yarn, it’s just adorable to look at and great to knit, too! Actually, could we have this in our size, please?
This Baby Dress by Blue Sky Fibres just makes us swoon! We love the sweet little Peter Pan collar and patterned yoke, with pretty lacework edging around the sleeve cuffs and hem. As a stand alone or over a nice pair of jeans – this dress is adorable and universal! And, the alpaca and silk mix makes is super soft as well!
There’s nothing more satisfying than wrapping yourself in a beautiful, comfortable blanket! This Mexican Blanket design by Two of Wands is not only absolutely stunning, but the super chunky Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick yarn makes it deliciously cuddly, too. A truly perfect combination!
Which knitting patterns have you swooning? Why not share in the comments below?
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