Its a weekend that revolves around egg-shaped treats, family gatherings and getting the wiggly, giggly kids into their new spring outfits. In anticipation of the sunny days ahead, a bright fun collection of knitwear is making the rounds and it looks like Katia has snagged the top spot once again with an adorable mix of lively-coloured sun tops, pullovers and cardigans. Here is a peek at some of Katia’s newest and most egg-ceptionally cute kidswear-
Into the swing of it! With this trapeze suntop designed to fit ages four to eight, a super easy project in just one piece with a button tab at the back. Knit in Katia’s newcomer, Tahiti Spray, a printed cotton tape that pops with fresh colour. Col. 103 (shown above).
Cast on tonight and cast off tomorrow! This speedy little circular yoke cardigan is really as simple as it looks, knit in old-fashioned garter stitch (sized from six to eighteen months), with Salsa, a delightful new ribbon yarn that twirls and twists on the needles creating its own unique texture. Col. 67 (shown above).
For little fashionistas! What’s not to like about these two style savvy cardigans (sized four to twelve years) knit in splashy hues that mesmerize the eyes. Far left- Raglan sleeves and elongated stitchwork set the pace for crisp cool Tahiti Beach, a self-striping cotton ribbon available to knit now in ten summery choices. Far right- A high low hemline makes this design ultra hip. Knit in Creta, Katia’s slightly-sheer cotton blend dyed in fifteen soft solids. Col. 304 (shown on left) and coral (shown on right).
All sweetness and light! This flounce top is knit in Katia’s go-to comfort yarn, Mississippi 3, lightweight and easy care in a range of more than fifty fashionable shades to instantly transform children’s knitwear into trendy boutique pieces. Available in sizes from six to twenty-four months. White, sky blue, salmon, green and rose (shown above).
Summer fun in a ball! Katia packs a tall cool glass of tropical punch into this darling gathered top knit in Belice, a cotton blend in a dk weight that is magically transformed by a paintbrush palette. Col. 317 (shown above).