Looking for an Awesome Knit Baby Afghan Pattern

Looking for an Awesome Knit Baby Afghan Pattern

I’m not any good at keeping secrets… it would be safe to say I suck at it, although I should elaborate. I’m not good at keeping “good news” secrets. You know, pregnancies, marriages, promotions… I’m just so excited for people that I’ll burst if I can’t share the good news. On the other hand, if you tell me a secret from the heart, about hard choices and fears… I’ll take that secret to my grave! 

Having said that, I’ve know since Christmas that Drew and Meghan are expecting their second child August 30, and Little Lady will have a new baby brother or sister, and we’ll have a new wee one to love. I’m so proud that I’ve been able to go so long without sharing the news here. But, I’m beginning to get the urge to make stuff for the baby, so it’s more or less imperative that I let the cat out of the bag. BTW… Bug is hoping for a boy… he is surrounded by girls… but with a 9 year age spread, he’d be getting more of a statistic than a playmate in his cousin 🙂

Back in May of 2010, I shared this afghan that I knitted for the Little Lady. At the time, we just found out she was going to be a girl, and I searched long and hard to find a unique and awesome afghan to knit. I was so excited when I found this afghan pattern in the book Fairy Tale Knits (incredible book, btw… I’ve made many things from it). Meghan used it to tuck in around Little Lady all the time, and never failed to get comments on it where ever she went. I need another afghan just as awesome!

So, I am now on a quest for a new afghan pattern. Although I made the Crocheted Kitty Cat, I am much more comfortable with knitting, so I’m looking for a knit pattern. Does anyone have any ideas or know of any patterns that could compete with this one for awesomeness? If you have a link to a website or a photo from a book, I’d love any suggestions anyone has. I’ll actually be sharing a Kimara original if you are the first to make a suggestion I use 🙂 

BTW… Meghan is 15 1/2 weeks now. Photos of Meghan and child were taken by Drew. (Thank you Drew-Drew Buns 🙂  



  1. Congratulations to Meghan, Drew and LL. And you of course. What an exciting time. The afghan you made for LL is spectacular. That is going to be a hard one to top. I don’t knit so I don’t have any suggestions but hope you host another giveaway sometime with one of your creations that we can all join in 😉

  2. YAY! Your children are certainly keeping you hoppin, Kimara! Can’t offer an suggestion but I agree with Maggie. It would be nice to get a chance to win something you made. BTW, great photos of Meghan. Love them.

    1. When we finally get our shop open… which will happen eventually 🙂 we will have more giveaways with things we crafted 🙂

    1. I have to agree with the tree of life! I made it in earthtones with beige for the center and a fleck green for the leaf border and it was very well received. Understated but beautiful pattern!

      1. Couldn't agree more. It is lovely!

    2. Oooo. I love cabling! The baby tree of life is out of this world! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    1. Although I feel more comfortable knitting, I did have fun making the cat. I love the granny square one. The colors are wonderful, too. Thanks 🙂

    1. I love all of these. I think I'm the most smitten with the woven one. Meghan gave me a book all about that style of knitting. I'm going to need to pull it out. Thanks!

    1. I have lots of projects like that 🙂 I was making this beautiful sweater for Pixie that she out grew before I finished, which reminds me, it would probably fit Little Lady. I better get it finished before she out grows it 🙂

      Love the circular afghan. Tina shared the same pattern and someone had knitted it in rainbow stripes. So cute! Thanks for the wonderful idea!

  3. Congratulation! Very happy for you and your family 🙂 I love fairy tale knits. I bought it awhile back when you posted little red riding hood. I am hope to be good enough to knit it one day for my little girl.

    1. I've probably made more patterns out of this book than any other knitting book I ever bought. I do think my favorite was the Robin Hood Sweater I made for Bug. He loved it!

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