Baby Swaddle Sleeping Bag Pattern
Newborn to 3 months old sleeping swaddle-sack knitting PATTERN
This is for a knitting pattern for you to make yourself (if you would like the finished product, I do sell them on Etsy too)
Keep baby cuddly and warm in this little swaddle sack. Little legs cant kick off the blankets A draw-string bottom edge allows easy diaper changes.
A lovely baby shower gift, or for bringing home your own baby.
An Easy- Intermediate knit ( You knit flat, not in the round. You need to be able to knit, purl and do simple k2 p2 ribbing)
Knitted in a fluffy bulky yarn like Drops Melody. (Or any Bulky yarn ) Needle size 7mm or US 10 1/2 or US11
Simple instructions, with lots of photos. You are welcome contact me if you have any problems with the pattern. I am happy to help but bear in mind that I am in South Africa, so there may be a time-difference delay.
The pattern is copyright, so please do not copy, share, sell or rewrite the pattern.
You may sell the finished product, but please give credit back to my store for the pattern. Please use your own photographs to sell the finished product.
*Newborn to 3 months
*Perfect as a pram / stroller outfit or as a gift for a new baby.
*Easy to make, there is very little shaping.
Lots of photos to show you how
Knit flat (not in the round) to make it easier
Materials you need at home:
- 100g bulky yarn, similar to Drops Melody
- size 7mm needles
- size 5.5mm needles
Crafty Stuff Baby Knits & Photo Props
Hello! I am Tania , from London, UK.
Who can resist a little baby? Those little fat cheeks? Makes my heart melt for sure :0) I started knitting as a little girl, and have always loved making baby clothes because they are quick, and fun to make. My specialty is making hats and photo props for newborn babies through to 12 months.
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I hope that you enjoy making your baby a few outfits, using my easy-to-follow patterns too :)