I’m so pleased to be part of the From Mama, With Love blog tour- the second I saw this great e-book collection, I was completely smitten:
So freaking cute, right?! The collection features 15 different knitting patterns for babies and toddlers, and the entire collection is priced very reasonably- it’s less than $2 a pattern if you buy the whole collection. This is particularly good value when you see that the size ranges are mostly from 6 months to 5 or 6 years old, which means you’ll get lots of opportunity to knit these wonderful baby and toddler patterns for the little ones that you know and love.
All the designers are moms themselves (Connie Chang Chinchio, Tanis Gray, Margaux Hufnagel, Melissa LaBarre, Kate Gagnon Osborn), so they know a thing or two about what works for busy little ones on the go. It was tough to pick my faves, but I think for Lila I’d knit these 3 first:
It’s also wonderful to see a collection that focuses on so many garments- lots of great sweaters! Would you like to win a copy of this amazing e-book? To enter, leave a comment letting me know which pattern you’d like to knit first (see all the patterns here), and you can get a bonus entry by leaving a comment on the Knitted Bliss Facebook page. And don’t forget to leave your contact information! Comments will close at midnight on on Thursday, and the winner will be announced on Friday.
And be sure to check out these wonderful blogs as well, as the From Mama, With Love blog tour continues:
Friday, April 25, Katie & Kara of Nice & Knit
Monday, April 28th, Ysolda Teague of Ysolda
Tuesday, April 29th, Karida Collins of Neighborhood Fiber Co.
Friday, May 2nd, Cecily Glowik McaDonald of Winged Knits
Monday, May 5 – Carrie Bostick Hoge of Maddermade
Wednesday, May 7th – Thea Colman of Baby Cocktails
Friday, May 9th – Kate & Courtney, of Kelbourne Woolens
Tuesday, May 13, Jessica Correa, of Dream in Color Yarn Co.
Thursday, May 15, Kristen Kapur of Through the Loops
Tuesday, May 20, Tanis Lavalee of Tanis Fiber Arts
Friday, May 22, Alana Dakos of Never Not Knitting