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Two Teensy Baby Sets

By: Marianna from
Two Teensy Baby Sets
Two Teensy Baby Sets
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These Two Teensy Baby Sets are adorable and tiny. Designed for a small newborn or preemie, these baby knitting patterns include a sweet baby dress, a baby headband, and a baby hat. Plus, you get two versions each of the baby dress and baby hat, so this is 5 patterns in one! Just follow along with these free knitting patterns and you'll be making the tiniest, most precious baby clothes you've ever seen. While these are easy knitting patterns, they still incorporate enough detail to make them delicate and lovely. 


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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great pattern. so cute. but didn't fit for long. does anyone know how to get a pattern for larger baby....i.e. 6-9 months or more

Carla Baby top Version 2 doesnt give me the same amount of stitches. You say 106sts and I get 95 sts. Can I make it for a bigger baby? Thanks!

Im talking about row 27

This designer has a reputation for using knitting abbreviations incorrectly, if you followed the instructions for that row as they are written you should increase 48 stitches, however I know from experience with this designer when says to use M1, she actually means KFB, which would give you the correct 32 stitch increase. 96 divided by 3 is 32, so use KFB to increase the correct amount of stitches for that row.

Love all your patterns. Thanks for sharing. HEATHER

Does anyone have a pattern for a larger size version of this cute cardigan?

This is so pretty. About two years ago I bought yarn very much like this and put it aside. I actually had forgotten about it until this reminded me. I have an acrylic storage unit in my walk in closet with over 100 skeins/balls of yarn. So it at take me a while to find it but when I do some sweet little premie will get herself one.

It is great to find a free preemie pattern as ones I have knitted before have come out too big. This set is very cute and the pattern is really straightforward and easy to follow. I found a similar yarn with spots on in the pound shop and so made two of these for my friend who works in the maternity ward at the local hospital. The babies that they went to looked extra cute leaving hospital wearing these stunning sets.

I adore this set so much, but I would really love to know how many cast on stitches should be increased for these patterns because I want to make this set for a normal size new born. thank you for sharing this

I've made it for a newborn to 3 months size by following the pattern but using a 5mm US8 needle and worsted weight yarn.

This is such a lovely set to give to a new mom. The baby will look amazing wherever he/she goes. Just beautiful.

This is soooo cute! What an adorable baby sweater. Plus, you can get 5 patterns in one, wow!

such a delightful baby sweater -- and will be perfect for our seven-year-old's two special dolls -- why do I have the feeling that I shall be knitting day and night until Christmas Eve?

Just love this pattern and how it is knitted from the neck down and doesn't need any sewing. Gorgeous.

I made this sweet little top last night. Thank you for such a quick and easy pattern. Fits my daughters 17" Cabbage Patch doll perfectly. She's one happy little 4 year old this morning ).


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