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Cute and Cuddly :: Simply Snuggly
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  1. Susan

    sorry – more ideas….for stuffed animals i really like ysolda’s elijah. Also, the Celestine Sox pattern works well as well.

  2. Christine Z.

    I always knit Debbie Bliss’ baby raglan sweater. It is very fast and simple, but can be jazzed up with a funny message on the front or a beautiful cable. Trellis from Knitty is a beautiful heirloom type piece for someone special, though it can take some time.

  3. Lin

    Great news and good for all those lovely baby knits. I don’t have a favourite knit for babies. Although my friend did like the cardi I made her girl from my pattern. Little booties are always so nice to make too.

  4. brooke

    A row of Saartje’s booties all lined up (and on display at a baby shower) would be so cute. Definitely knit EZ’s baby surprise. Any of the above yarns would work, it will be fun for you to knit and the new baby will love it. (But I’m sure she’ll love whatever you make!)

  5. mitchypoo

    The baby blanket is gorgeous. It looks so smooshy and soft. Congrats on bein an Auntie!

  6. jenfromri

    Of course it’s been mentioned already, but you really can’t go wrong with EZ. Both the Baby Surprise Jacket and the February Baby Sweater are entertaining and beautiful.

  7. Jacey

    I may have seen this in your queue, but I want to make this Country-Kiddie Rav link. I’ve got so much sock yarn lying around, and some in cute kid colors, so I’m hoping to give it a shot sometime soon. I haven’t made many baby knits, but I definitely like the appeal of a small and quick knit!

  8. Steph VW

    Congrats Auntie Lolly!

    I’ve often used the Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece to knit the Child’s Placket Neck sweater from Last Minute Knitted Gifts.

    There’s also a cute pattern on Ravelry for “leg warmies” which are pretty handy for wee babes: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/legwarmies

    Also – Love the story of your Penguins game. I live across the harbour from Meegie, where Sid the Kid is from, so you can bet we’re cheering for the Penguins too.

  9. Christy

    My go-to baby knit is the Curlicue Blanket. I have one more section to knit on my fourth one. It’s simple and interesting at the same time. I know there has been some blog talk about the sections not lying (laying?) flat but mine block out just fine.

    BSJs are also fun for smaller amounts of yarn. You can always do stripes!

    Congrats on being an auntie. I had my two nephews and one of my nieces overnight on Friday. I love being an aunt. And then I love to send them home!

  10. Mick

    I’ve only made one pair of the Magic Slippers, but I’m definitely going to make more. They’re super quick, very un-fussy, and a great way to use up leftover bits of sock yarn. Other than that, I’ve made two BSJs and they’re always a big hit. Congrats on becoming an auntie!

  11. denise

    This is just what i’ve been looking for to knit for a friend’s baby! Would you mind terribly telling me how many cones or how much yarn you used?

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