Autumn/Winter 2015 Trends: Knits for Kids
We’re continuing our trends feature with knits for kids! If you want to make kidswear with love, that beats what’s on the high street, we’ve got the patterns for you. This season it’s all about bold, playful prints that will have little ones excited to get dressed in the morning, plus all of these patterns are perfect for girls and boys!
We’ve gone dinosaur mad! We can’t resist all the fun dino patterns stomping there way onto the LoveKnitting patterns page. Here are some of our favourites for little ones…
This fun pattern duo by Peter Pan will be a little ones favourite in the wardobe this winter.
Kate does it again with this circular yoke sweater, perfect for future paleontologists and young dinosaur enthusiasts. Diplodocus is worked top down, and includes instructions for a button-tab at neck in the baby sizes so there is no trouble getting the sweater over the head. See the pattern here.
A sweet jumper that will be treasured by little ones for years to come. We love the little bunny stranded colourwork!
A fun knit to make and wear! Who doesn’t love a fox print? Worked in the round with minimal finishing, this is a fun, modern knit for little ones. See the pattern here.
It’s all about organic fibres for childrenswear this season! So why not try something new with one of these top eco picks…
If buying eco-friendly yarns is important to you, then Lana Grossa Cashsilk from the Linea Pura series, with its promise of ”Green Glamour” will be right up your street! Cashsilk is a glorious cashmere, silk, polyamide and viscose blend, that will bring its super chunky character to all your knitted vests, tops and textured jackets. Shown top left in Flieder.
Eco Barbante Milano Solid, is a fabulous cotton blend yarn, strikingly beautiful and brimming with versatility. This recycled fibres cotton blend offers unlimited creative possibilities for the keen knitter! Shown top right in Lagoon.
Cascade Ecological Wool knitting yarn is 100% Natural Peruvian Wool that’s undyed so the colours are just as they come from the sheep. Soft and wearable, this wool is perfect to either knit up some warm and cosy garments or for felting accessories. The yarn comes in solids or marled colors and big, generous skeins of 437m, making them great value for money. Shown bottom right in Natural.
Which patterns are you inspired to make?
Last updated: September 16th, 2015.