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Simple Baby Hoodies

An easy knit baby sweater pattern is a wonderfully versatile addition to your little one's wardrobe.

Simple Baby Hoodies
Simple Baby Hoodies
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Hoodies are probably some of your favorite pieces of clothing. Now your baby can join you with one of these Simple Baby Hoodies! Designed for ages 6-24 months, this easy-to-knit hoodie will keep any little one cute and cozy all day and night. Easy baby knitting patterns like this one are great because they only require two balls of yarn to create!

This simple yet satisfying knit baby cardigan is a joy to make and a great knitting project for beginners. The classic style and timeless construction make it a piece that will quickly become one of your favorite free knitting patterns for babies.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

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

Simple Knit Baby Hoodie

Check out this step-by-step video tutorial to learn how to make an adorable and easy knit baby hoodie.

Your little one will love wearing such a comfortable and classic design. Plus, you'll love having the hood option to keep your little one's head protected from the elements.

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Where is the link to the simple knit baby hoodie in the video? The only one I can find is not the top down raglan one. Thanks

Hello, I need help please with the hood. I'm a beginner and not sure I made it right. Its shape seems weird to me. Is it supposed to have 1 straight side and another oblique? Can anyone please share with me an image of how it's supposed to look like. Thank you!

why do i have to give my email every time i click on a pattern that is supposedly FREE....

Hello caroleroberts25 10 45860, all the patterns on our site are free. If you come across a pop-up box asking for your email address, you can simply hit the "Close" button in the upper right-hand corner of the box. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

It still makes you log in each time.

I need hel. I cannot figure out how to attach hoodie. Neck is fine, what happens with the sides? For a baby shower in a week. Please help, thank you.

Love this pattern it's easy I made this for a friends baby.

I intend to make this hoodie for my expected first Grandchild.

It has to do with your pop-up settings. You must set your computer to not access pop-ups.

I am making this sweater. When I got to the sleeves, I could see they would never work! I made the following change: 1. Proceed as given to armhole. Cast of 6 stitches at each end instead of "place marker", Knit even for 16 rows, Next row, knit two together, knit to center less two stitches, knit two together twice, knit to last two stitches knit two together, Purl back. Repeat last two rows three times, To Cast off; knit two together at each end and twice at the center as you cast off. This will give a shoulder to fit the armhole on the front and back.

Thanks. I was lost with the sleeves!

is the whole hoodie knitted using the smaller needles?? It doesnt actually tell you to change to larger needles ??

I am looking for Baby Hoodie (LB#90427) pattern. Can someone plz help me as I need to knit this sweater for our 1st Great Grand Baby due in Oct.

Go to Lion Brand Yarns website and search for the pattern # 90427. Simple as that...the pattern will pop up.

Everytime, I go to log in to the pattern, I get a pop up. It is very irritating that I cna't get the pattern.

The pattern seems to be working fine on our end. You can see it at Thanks! Editors for AFK

when I click to get the pattern, I get a star burst with an exclamation point in it.... this happens a LOT.....what am I doing wrong?

I don't kmow if anyone responded to you or not... but I just saw your problem. When that happens, hold down the Ctrl button and the "G" key at the same time while you click on the link. This should override the issue and let you access the pattern (or any other download/site where this happens to you).


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