Learn how to make this beautiful knitted baby jacket! This jacket make the cutest gift for the precious newborn girls in your lives and toddlers.


You can make a knitted jacket in many different colors to match any outfit. Even though this knitted jacket is meant to fit babies from 3 months old to a year old, certain patterns like the one form this free video tutorial can definitely adjust for bigger sweater sizes. You can adjust it by adding rows. This is a beautiful advantage to this knitted baby jacket if you want your child to grow with this sentimental gift you have knitted for them. The materials you need for this, you need 2 balls of baby wool yarn, 4 buttons, and a 3.5 or 4 number skewers.

Make the perfect knitted jacket by following along with this free video tutorial in subtitles to the language of your choice.

Adorn your Knitted Baby Jacket

To make this charming knitted jacket more glamorous and unique, you can adorn it with a few accessories such as a knitted flower to the upper left area instead of a button, make the sweater tie with string. You can also make a red knitted baby jacket with and add 3 different colored knitted roses on the left side of the jacket just like in the video tutorial. Any design will still make a cozy knitted jacket for any child!


The knitted jacket design would make the perfect addition to a dressy outfit for a special occasion. You can decide to make a vest-like jacket that is sleeveless or add sleeves for that extra warmth and comfort that babies need. Indeed, any other design for the knitted jacket would work just as well for any outfit.

Since this knitted jacket is meant for children or babies, light and happy colors are highly recommended. You should also be using thin cotton yarn for the sake of the quality and presentation of the sweater.

Once you make one knitted jacket for your baby grandchild, niece, or daughter, you’ll want to make more! Even when you have to make adjustments for when your child grows, the knitted jacket is fun and easy to work!

Tutorial and photos of this jacket by: Çakır Örgü.

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