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Love Knitting for BabyLove Knitting for Baby

Love Knitting for Baby

February 2019

Every issue is packed full with beautiful seasonal patterns to create cosy knits, gorgeous gifts and adorable toys little ones will treasure. We feature all your favourite designers such as Bergere De France, Debbie Bliss, Peter Pan and Sirdar. Plus, expert advice and top tips for all levels of knitter, new season yarn guides and much more

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United Kingdom
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English
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Immediate Media Company London Limited
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welcome

Happy new year! We’re banishing the winter blues with an issue packed full of bright and beautiful knits for little ones. You‘ll love our magical unicorn jumper (page 6) which goes brilliantly with the rainbow blanket on page 12 – knit them as fabulous gift set. If your new year’s resolution is to learn to knit then turn straight to our special Beginner Knits section on TEKI››››[LMGL›MW›ƤPPIH›[MXL›WYTIV›IEW]›TEXXIVRW›ERH› tips for new knitters – more experienced knitters will enjoy the patterns, too! Also this issue, make a set of adorable woodland animal booties, plus fun robot toy and cute owls to decorate the nursery. Enjoy. ■…

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magical world

T› his jumper is full of lovely contrasts. The main pieces are mostly worked in stocking stitch, and are trimmed with neat garter stitch edging at the hem, neckline and cuffs. The bright colours of the rainbow stripes are beautifully contrasted with the background grey and really standout as a result. Then there’s the gorgeous unicorn poking his head up above the hem – he’s a delight and kids will adore him. JumperYou will needScheepjes Stone Washed, 50g in: Smokey Quartz (shade 802) x 2 (3: 3: 4: 4) balls – Yarn A Carnelian (shade 823) x 1 (1: 1: 1: 1) ball – Yarn BBeryl (shade 833) x 1 (1: 1: 1: 1) ball – Yarn CTurquoise (shade 824) x 1 (1: 1: 1: 1) ball…

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it’s in the detail

Both intarsia and appliqué techniques have been used to create the unicorn. Working from the chart, make the head and nose in intarsia. Then work the eyes, ears, horn, hair and mane as individual pieces and sew them on the head and finish off with a bit of embroidery. ■…

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over the rainbow

W›ith its vibrant shades, this stripey blanket makes a perfect present for a new baby’s family. Not only is bright with cheerful colour, but it’s very practical as the Stylecraft yarn is machine washable. The curvy stripes are made by increasing and decreasing along the middle row of each eight-row block of stripes. The simplicity of the pattern also makes it perfect for beginners who are ready to take the next step with their knitting. Blanket You will needStylecraft Special DK, 100g in: Matador (1010) x 1 ball – Yarn A Jaffa (1256) x 1 ball – Yarn B Citron (1263) x 1 ball – Yarn C Kelly Green (1826) x 1 ball – Yarn D Aster (1003) x 1 ball – Yarn E Lobelia (1825) x 1…

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simple steps

Insert the point of the right-hand needle through the loops of the next two stitches as if to knit. Wind the yarn round the tip of the RH needle and pull the yarn through the two stitches, knitting them both together. Drop the two stitches from the left-hand needle and keep the new stitch on the right-hand needle. Knitting two sts tog decreases the stitch count by one. The decrease st leans right. Shown above is series of k2tog decreases. ■…

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it’s in the detail

The stripes have been curved into a wavy pattern by increasing and decreasing in the central row (Row 5) of each eight-row block of colour. K2tog decreases by one stitch and creates the downward curves, while (yo, k1) increases by one stitch and creates the upwards curves. ■…

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