Thursday, November 02, 2006

Baby Leggings

A necessity for winter, cold floors, and crawling babies- wool pants! This was knit from the pattern in the Knitters Almanac, with basically the same shapings and proportions (and almost gauge- mine was 5.25 st/inch), but more stitches to make a bigger size. This is on a big 8 month old baby, and the bottom cuffs are turned up- hoping it will last for a while yet!


  • seeing these make me wish we lived in a cold climate! Adorable, and looks like they were fun to knit, too.

    By Blogger Wendy, at 10:12 PM  

  • Gorgeous leggings and gorgeouser baby! I love wool leggings for little ones- mine practically lives in hers as it gets colder here.

    By Blogger MamaK, at 11:12 PM  

  • what an adorable baba! i should try these for my 8 mo. old girl.

    By Blogger Mandy, at 5:19 AM  

  • Super qute baby and leggings!

    By Blogger Elena, at 5:43 AM  

  • So cute! Nothing like a baby in leggings! Sigh.

    By Blogger Mary Beth, at 5:57 AM  

  • The pants are awesome and your baby is beautiful. I made a pair for my 5 month old and he is so snuggly in his. Enjoy the snuggle time.
    Peace and Yarn

    By Blogger Annie in the Round, at 6:12 AM  

  • Those are so, so cute! I'll have to add the leggings to my baby-knitting repertoire.

    By Blogger Jodi, at 9:22 AM  

  • Very nice leggings. And your baby looks JUST LIKE a little one I saw at the bank yesterday, who was SO incredibly happy and making happy faces at all the tellers and customers. Same expression and hair and everything!

    By Blogger Jenn, at 10:18 AM  

  • So adorable! And so are the leggings!

    By Anonymous tiennie, at 11:58 AM  

  • That baby looks positively edible in his darling breeches! Beautiful job, and I love the stripes at the bottom.

    By Blogger Sarah / Blue Garter, at 12:56 PM  

  • My baby could really use a pair of those...wonder where my copy of Knitter's Almanac is...

    By Blogger Michelle, at 5:53 PM  

  • soooo darling!! what yarn did you use? i'm thinking of doing some of these eventually, but it does seem like they'd have to be superwash...

    By Blogger Jessica / Fig & Plum, at 6:36 AM  

  • As it happened, the wool is superwash- a gift. Having a baby in cloth diapers, with knit diaper covers, I am totally unafraid of washing wool- I do it often! Plus, when you must go to a laundromat for laundry... you use your bathroom sink more. So superwash is nice, but don't be afraid- just use Eucalan!

    By Blogger constructobot, at 8:29 AM  

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