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Knitting pattern books

(5 Posts)
dikkertjedap Sat 16-Feb-13 22:11:19
dikkertjedap Sat 16-Feb-13 22:06:57

The big wool brands almost all have their own pattern books.

At the moment I am using a lot of Katia, they have lots of nice patterns to go with their wool.

fossil971 Sat 16-Feb-13 21:54:53

Sirdar do a whole range of kids pattern booklets that I think start at 2+. They're called "Farmyard Girls and Tractor Boys" and variations on that sort of theme. They seem to be excellent wearable patterns.

Dutchoma Sat 16-Feb-13 20:36:38

Baby patterns quite often go up to 26". Or have a look on Ravelry.
Having said that, I have a Patons book that goes from 2-6, mainly for boys, but you should be able to find something for girls as well.
Best of luck.

startwig1982 Sat 16-Feb-13 17:28:30

Can anyone recommend a knitting pattern book for 2+? I have found lots I baby ones, but any children's pattern books tend to start from 4ish. I know I can get individual patterns but thought a book would work out cheaper. I'm looking for jumper and cardigan patterns mainly.

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