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Girl's Sweater Knitting Patterns


Sweaters are an important component of every girl's wardrobe whether they realize it or not, 
and kids that live in cold climates can never really have too many of them. Knitting girl's sweaters is not to difficult in most instances for those with moderate knitting skills, and once the minor adjustments to size and yarn type are mastered making these can be a good deal of fun - especially when the girl wearing one is pleased with the style and color. Below are a variety of free knitting patterns for girls sweaters incorporating a good range of design types, take a look and see what may be of use to you and your child:

Valentine Girl's Sweater - This is a neat sweater knitting pattern that features a line of hearts that goes around the bottom, available at http://catknitsalot.wordpress.com/2008/10/31/valentine/

Rainy Day Sweater - At http://www.canadianliving.com/crafts/knitting/knit_a_rainy_day_sweater_for_kids.php you'll discover an incredible knitting pattern that is a bit more difficult to make, but if you possess the skills it is well worth the effort.

Girl's Bolero And Matching Hat - This is a beautiful bolero knitting pattern that makes good use of color and has wavy edges, found at http://www.straw.com/cpy/patterns/baby-child/bamboozle-girl-bolero-hat.html

Girl's Sweater - This is a very cute and easy to make knitting pattern that most little girls would love to wear, available at http://www.chavie.net/freepatternviolet.html

Casey Jones Child's Sweater - This is an interesting and unique knit pattern for a neat looking child's sweater, found at http://www.knitting-crochet.com/casjon.html

Briar Rose Sweater - At http://knitty.com/ISSUEspring07/PATTbriarrose.html you can get a warm and attractive sweater pattern that looks comfortable made of soft yarn.

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