London Bridge, where I live, is known for many cultural things but there are also attractions such as London Dungeons and London Bridge Experience where you pay money to get scared. During October, my neighbourhood is infested by zombies who are employed to sell tickets for these attractions.
So what would the knitters do in October? I start knitting Holiday Gifts especially for my nieces and nephews. I will blog about my special Holiday Gift project that is published in Interweave Holiday Gift in the next post but I wanted to feature some of the loveliest knitting pattern for children which I found on Ravelry.
Halloween Booties by Sylvia Leake.
I was drawn to the little kitty booties Not much time until Halloween but this would be a good quick project just in time.
Wee Woodland Wuzzies by Barbara Prime
They are so cute... My niece would absolutely love them.
Nemo Mittens by Sigurlaug Eva Stefansdottir
I facebooked and tweeted about some of the fun animal mittens for children about a week ago but this one is also so nice.
Adorabubble Baby Britches by Melanie Hoffman
I think my sister knitted the pattern. This one is lovely. It would also look very nice with veriegated yarn.
Angry Fowl Hat Pack by Heidi Yates
The ultimate for Angry Bird lovers.
Mc Queen Chart by Synnøve Skavhaug Løvås
I am grateful for Synnove for creating this chart because my nephew is a massive fan of Cars movies. This vest is absolutely gorgeous.
Oh, what to do what to do!!! Do you have any projects for children you are working on at the moment? Please put a link to the pattern on this post if you have one