Cutest Ever Baby Knits

Cutest Ever Baby Knits

By (author) Val Pierce

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A completely irresistible collection of utterly cute baby clothes, these patterns will give great delight both to the knitter and to all who see the results on tiny new babies. There are bootees that look like little strawberries, a baby bonnet in the shape of a crinoline skirt, a bumblebee set of hat and mitts and a cozy cot blanket that looks like a field of daisies. Hats, bootees, mitts, little coats and dresses: none of the patterns are complicated and many are suitable for complete beginners. As well as cute clothes there are accessories for the nursery including a pram blanket, play mat and even a gorgeous knitted mobile. Created with adorable newborns in mind many of the projects can also be made to fit babies from 3 to 9 months. All of them are the cutest ever and will make fabulous gifts for favourite little loved ones.

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  • Hardback | 96 pages
  • 194 x 194 x 18mm | 340.19g
  • 05 Oct 2011
  • IMM Lifestyle Books
  • New Holland Publishers Ltd
  • London
  • English
  • 45 colour photographs
  • 1847738567
  • 9781847738561
  • 13,205

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Knitting and crochet have been a lifelong passion for Val Pierce, her father having taught her to knit at the tender age of five. Having worked for many major yarn companies and various well-known designers, she decided it was time to branch out and begin making her own designs. She is the author of the forthcoming Love... Knitting to be published by New Holland and her work is published regularly in knitting magazines. She also teaches knitting and crochet to adults and children.

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so cute

Easy to follow patterns and instructions. The berrylicious outfit is so cute and only slightly fiddly.show more
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