Knitted Kimono Baby Cardis

Baby cardigans are cute, but I always dread making buttonholes! But I have good news, there’s a way out of this situation – kimono cardis. Simple construction of these designs makes the halves of the front overlap, which is quite easy to pull off even for beginners. Secure it with ribbon or string, which you can tie in a lovely bow. I love the uncomplicated look of these cardis, but if you need to add more bling, be creative! You can experiment with edgings, colors, patterns, embroidery or intarsia. It’s all up to you! Hand-knitted cardigan will be a cherished baby shower gift. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

 

 

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Bedtime Stories Free Knitting Pattern

Scalloped edging is enough decoration for this cute cardigan – very elegant and easy to make!

 

DESIGNED by DROPS design, this version by Rutast
PROJECT TYPE baby cardigan

CRAFT knitting
SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Bedtime Stories Free Knitting Pattern

 

Go to the pattern:

Bedtime Stories

 

Glückskind Free Knitting Pattern

Cute kimono like this one is full of adorable details – bows, ribbing, trims and colorwork? Yes!

 

DESIGNED by Antje Litzmann
PROJECT TYPE baby cardigan

CRAFT knitting
SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

 

Glückskind Free Knitting Pattern

Go to the pattern:

Glückskind

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