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Ice Queen Baby Poncho

Free knitting patterns for babies are fun to knit because they're usually easy, adorable and a great way to use up scrap yarn. This Ice Queen Baby Poncho from Vickie Howell goes beyond traditional baby patterns and creates a simple, yet insanely cute pattern that any little girl can wear. Framed with the stockinette stitch, this poncho is great for any knitter who wants to give lace knitting a try.


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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his poncho is dressy and cute - fit for a little princess to wear for special occasions and outings. It would also work like a mini wrap when taking a baby out for a walk in the stroller on a spring day! I have used this pattern on a shawl and it looks great!

This simple to kint, lacy little poncho would be terrific for a baby in a car seat. Its short so it should not get in the way of a seat belt and would provide a little extra warmth around her shoulders when the air conditioning is on. I suggest practicing the y/o drop stitch pattern first before starting to knit the poncho. You should be able to knit it fairly quickly with the big needles and double stranded yarn.

I thik this poncho is beautifly made, but it would be hard trying to find a use for it.


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