Why is everything tiny so damned cute? Anytime I knit or crochet something for babies, I’m always amazed at how cute baby items are. The Strawberry Seed Baby Set knitting pattern is no different. It’s an adorable set of 4 baby knitting patterns: baby hat, baby cardigan, cute Baby booties and a baby blanket (which also looks great in adult sizes)
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All 4 matching patterns are knitted on straight needles. No need for DPN, circular needles (if you have no idea what I’m talking about my Ultimate Guide to Knitting Needles will help) or ninja skills to make these items.
A beginner knitter ready to tackle his next challenge can definitely make these. The most daunting part are the eyelets which are actually very easy to make. A simple yarn over and knit 2 stitches together do the trick. If you’re still scared, have a look at the quick video tutorial below. I’m sure you can do it!
Scroll down for the free version but I recommend you purchase the cheap ad-free PDF Pattern to get all the instructions and pictures in a nice PDF you can print and take notes on without relying on your phone or an internet connection, I’ve got you covered!
I loved working with this affordable 100% Alpaca wool yarn. It really slides effortlessly on your needless. The pink color has some hues of bleu which really give it a more sophisticated note. The offwhite is just how I like it, not real white but it doesn’t lean on the yellow creamish either.
Unfortunately, this yarn seems unavailable on Amazon currently so I have listed a few suggestions for substitutes here:
- 5 mm / US 8 knitting needles. Although classic straight needles is all you need for all of the patterns in the set, the blanket is more comfortable with circular needles because of the big number of stitches to hold on the needles. (Confused about all these types of needles? This post is for you)
- Worsted weight wool yarn: 5 100g skeins of pink and 6 100g skeins of white.
- Tapestry needle to weave in the ends. I love this set as it has different eye sizes for different yarn thicknesses and it comes in a small tube which is very convenient so I don’t lose them.
The Strawberry Seed Baby Booties
The Strawberry Seed baby booties knitting pattern is an easy way to whip up a charming gift for the little one in your life.
The pattern is 90% seamless and uses two straight needles, which means it’s perfect for beginners who are up for a new challenge. The detailed step-by-step instructions and pictures in this free knitting pattern will make sure you end up with the perfect little baby booties.
Sizes: 3-6, 9, 12-18 and 24 months
The Strawberry Seed Baby Hat
There’s nothing cuter than a baby in a homemade hat, and you’re going to love this Strawberry Seed Hat knitting pattern. Using nothing more than two straight needles, worsted weight yarn and the detailed instructions in this pattern, you’ll have the perfect little gift in no time.
Sizes: 3-6, 9, 12-18 and 24 months
The Strawberry Seed Baby Cardigan
The Strawberry Seed Baby Sweater is a cute easy baby cardigan knitting pattern. Worked with two straight needles, it’s a perfect project for beginners looking for a new challenge. But don’t worry, with the detailed step-by-step instructions in this free knitting pattern, you’re sure to wow with this adorable and thoughtful baby gift.
Sizes: 3 6, 9, 12, 18 months
The Strawberry Seed Blanket
The sign of a well-loved baby blanket is when it ends up covered in spit-up, used as an emergency changing pad, and carried around until it’s ragged. You can create that next favorite blanket with my easy Strawberry Seed baby blanket knitting pattern. The simple stripes, garter stitch texture, and eyelets make for a fun and adorable blanket that any baby would love to ruin.
Worked with two straight needles, it’s a perfect project for beginners looking for a new challenge. But don’t worry, with the detailed step-by-step instructions, you’re sure to wow with this adorable and thoughtful baby gift.
If you don’t have a baby in your life, the pattern includes standard blanket sizes so you can make yourself a cozy throw instead.
Sizes: crib to king size