Thursday, November 6, 2008

Free Knit Webkinz Sweater Pattern


Super Easy Knit Webkinz Sweater
I have this for sale on etsy, but I thought I would share it here too. Leave me a comment if you make one. Thanks!
Worsted weight yarn (two strands- can be the same or contrasting colors)
Size 13 needles
Cast on 16 for a lil’ kinz and 20 for a regular size webkinz
Rows 1-3: knit
Row 4: purl
Row 5: knit
Row 6: purl (you may add a few rows here to make it longer, alternate knit and purl rows)
Row 7: knit 2 together, knit most of row and knit last 2 stitches together
Row 8: knit 2 together, purl most of row and knit last 2 stitches together
Row 9: knit 2 together, knit most of row and knit last 2 stitches together
Row 10: knit 2 together, purl most of row and knit last 2 stitches together
Row 11: knit 2 together, knit most of row and knit last 2 stitches together
Row 12: cast off all stitches
Crochet neck band with a size G or H hook (14 stitches) and sew sides together (first 6 rows).

Find the crochet version here.

34 comments:

Cassandra said...

My boys aren't into the webkinz but if I ever have a girl I will have to remember that! Thanks so much for stopping by my saucy blog & hope to see you again!

littleeverydaythings said...

My little boy just asked me to make clothes for his stuffed animals. I was wondering how to do that, and here it is! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today, I really enjoyed your comment. I love sewing and crafty stuff, so I'll definitely be back :)

littleeverydaythings said...

Will these fit Beanie Babies do you think? Are you going to sell any on Etsy?

RebeccaMom said...

They will fit beanies (the lil kinz size)- i can sell some on Etsy- convo me on etsy and i will make you some :)

Mikki Black said...

Aw, how cute! I never learned to knit, but these remind me of the clothes my g'ma used to make for my dolls!

Happy SITS-S-S!

tales from an oc cottage said...

How cute is that!!!!
Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest!

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Fruitful Vine2 said...

That's cute!

Cairo Typ0 said...

My husband is always bugging me to knit clothes for our stuffed animals. (Yes, we're weird.) I'm totally going to try this!!

Happy SITS day! :)

Karen & Gerard Zemek said...

It may be easy but it sounds like a foreign language to me: knit, purl, cast on, cast off. My mom could knit but I never learned.

Congrats on your SITS day!

Elizabeth a.k.a. Type A Mommy said...

What a super cute idea! I'm so bookmarking this. Maybe I'll manage to make something for my niece's stuffed bunny for Christmas, I know she'd love that. Thanks and happy SITS day to you again!

Christine said...

These are so sweet! I can't knit for the life of me...only crochet:) But it seems like a simple enough pattern that maybe even a beginner could follow...except I'm not even a beginner...LOL. I could definitely make the neck bands, though!!

Joy said...

Adorable - I'm impressed!

Congrats on your SITS day!

sandy said...

Now that is adorable!

Caroline said...

super cute!! Looks like you guys have fun! Congrats on your being featured today!

Angelia Sims said...

That's cute! A sweater for the Webkinz. Great idea!

mellisarock said...

Oh see!! I am totally going to have to learn!! MY daughter would love to have stuff like that for her stuffed animals!! I am going to get a book or something!!

Thanks for all 3 great posts!! Happy SITS day!! I hope that you get a ton of comment love!!

Reluctant Housewife said...

Well... I'm a crocheter because I don't have the patience to knit (crochet is so much faster)... but this looks like it could be easily adapted to crochet.

I'm sure my kids would love some clothes for their webkins! What a cute idea.

So Not Mom-a-licious said...

Oh how I wish I knew how to knit. I have tried and tried and I just can't get it. I even bought two different sets of needles hoping that was the problem. Nope...it's just me.
Cute little sweater!

singedwingangel said...

that is too adorable.. seee another fair art I wish I knew how to do lol...

Mrs. Fish aka Two Fish said...

I seriously wish I had your talent and the patience. You knitting is gorgeous! I would love to sit around and knit for my kids. Awesome!

Micha said...

That is too cute! Makes me wish I knew how to knit.

Marie said...

Ohhh that is very cute. :)

AmericanTribal said...

This is sooooo cute, I wish I knew how to knit! I tried once, but I'm a lefty and I do everything so backwards that I just couldn't figure it out.

Congratulations on your SITS day! :)

Rook No. 17 said...

Adorable! Knitting is definitely on my list of things to learn to do! Congrats on your SITS day!

Young Wife said...

I'm trying to learn how to knit. A friend suggested I start with a knitting circle. I purchased one but it doesn't have instructions. Advice?

Clarinda said...

Wow! You are crafty. Beautiful quilts, beautiful knitting.
Enjoy your SITS day! You deserve it.

Holly Noelle @ Domestic Dork said...

Yay for free patterns! I don't knit, except on a loom. But I have friends who love it.

Jane said...

Oh that is too cute! I really want to learn to knit. Maybe once I do, I'll make some of these for the kiddos I am a nanny for--they love webkinz!

Alex Fitzpatrick aka Ma What's 4 Dinner said...

I have to learn to knit! Great idea

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home said...

What a nice mom! The best I did was tie a bandana around a Webkins neck!

by the way, I am having a giveaway thru 11/26--a book of recipes, crafts, etc.

The Mom @ Babes in Hairland said...

How cute is that. I know nothing about knitting though - but my girls would surely love something warm & snuggly for their Webkins like that! Thanks for sharing your talents with us here at SITS.

Miss Dot said...

If only I could knit... *sigh*

Gamma Sharon said...

Cute cute cute!!! I know this sounds like I am out of it but... What is a Webkinz?
Again, Congrats on being the FB!!

Anonymous said...

I am not going to be original this time, so all I am going to say that your blog rocks, sad that I don't have suck a writing skills

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