Babies don’t really care about what’s “cool” but more about what’s snuggly. And even though he hardly knows the difference between his foot and a banana right now, it is your prerogative to dress him or her with your style choices while he/she is still unable to talk.
Leg warmers look cute on most babies. In fact, anything knit looks cute on most babies…why not make your own customized baby warmer!
Choose soft, chunky yarns for the most cuddly effect. Enjoy this time: heaven knows in fewer years than you think, he won’t want to wear anything but gym shorts and stinky rock t-shirts.
Kelly on Bella Bambina Knits shares this step-by-step tutorial to show us how to make a customized, knit baby warmer (Also called a baby “one piece” or a well-known brand name .)
Knit a Baby One Piece
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Some teenagers spend lots of time on the phone, watching TV, or just hanging out. Isabelle Fuhrman, best known as the star of the chilling movie Orphan, Ghost Whisperer, and most recently joining an all-star cast in Salvation Boulevard (which will premiere at Sundance 2011), likes to spend her spare time doing something else: knitting! That is pretty cool by itself, but super creative Isabelle has also gotten involved with Save The Children on a program called Caps For Good to knit caps for newborns in developing countries. This simple, handmade gift not only keeps babies warm, it saves lives. Isabelle and Save The Children have created hundreds of these baby caps this year to help reduce the nearly 4 million newborn deaths that occur annually in the developing world. We caught up with Isabelle to talk about how she started knitting, how she got started helping Save The Children, what
Happy November! In addition to all the fun Holiday projects we can think of, Craft Ideas Weekly will dive in to everything knitting this month! We will feature cool knitting tutorials, talk to experts with the knitting know-how to help take your knitting projects further, and even post a series of “Get Started” lessons to help you ladies who have always wanted to try knitting, but didn’t know where to start!