Boho Baby Knits

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Boho Baby Knits

Groovy Patterns for Cool Tots

By Kat Coyle
Photography by Frank Heckers

7 7/16 x 10, 144 pages, 4C, hardcover with jacket

Does the barista at your coffee bar serve your kid a steamed milk with a dash of cinnamon--just the way he likes it? Is your baby already a regular at the neighborhood indie bookstore? If so, your budding bohemian deserves a wardrobe that suits his or her creative lifestyle. For children's knits with style and attitude, look no further. Boho Baby Knits contains more than 30 designs for clothes, toys, and accessories that are so cool, you'll wish they came in your size.

Knitters will love the fun literary references, punk rock allusions, and beatnik musings that inspire these patterns for newborns to four-year-olds, and kids won't be able to get enough of these bold, colorful, and unique projects. Clear, step-by-step instructions, easy-to-read charts and diagrams, and dozens of four-color photographs ensure happy results. From graphic leg warmers and a folk festival frock to a bohemian striped boatneck and a Western-style jacket, Boho Baby Knits keeps kids dressed like the free spirits they are.

Kat Coyle is a knitwear designer whose work has been published in the books Knit Wit, Lace Style, and Greetings from Knit Café. She lives in L.A. with her son, Felix.

Derek Fagerstrom is a San Francisco-based editor/curator/ designer, and former Project Editor at ReadyMade magazine. Lauren Smith worked for the designer Todd Oldham in his New York studio, where she managed his PR department and helped produce photo shoots, television segments, magazine articles, and events. Lauren and Derek are the co-founders of The Curiosity Guild, an arts-and-crafts collective that offers workshops, field trips, appreciation nights, and special events. Check out their website and store,

Tina Barseghian is the Editor-in-Chief of CRAFT magazine. She has written for the San Francisco Chronicle, Design for Living, and Condé Nast Traveler and was a contributing editor at ReadyMade magazine.

Territory: WorldRights sold: NA Published in North America by Random House/Potter Craft