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Jessica Anderson


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Jessica M. Anderson started knitting about 8 years ago when her husband thought it was silly to spend $60 on a pair of longies (he has since spent well more than $60 on yarn and knitting supplies!). After spending about a year sample knitting for Blue Sky Alpacas, she decided to try designing her own patterns. She has been designing every since. When she isn’t knitting, she is juggling homeschooling her 5 kids, sharing coffee with friends, or studying as a student midwife. Her designs are on Ravelry (username MonkeyButtBabies) and Craftsy. She blogs at http://allinadaysfun.blogspot.com.

Projects by Jessica Anderson


Edgar the Elephant Romper

Have fun turning your little one into an elephant, complete with trunk, tail and whimsical collar. The romper is worked in one piece from the top down and is perfect for intermediate knitters.

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Sneaky Raccoon Hoodie

A sneaky raccoon is designed in honor of the classic children’s story “The Kissing Hand.” The sleeves feature a little detailed heart made with embroidery stitches. It serves as a sweet reminder of that kiss of love that stays on your little one’s hand all day long and forever.

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Cozy Does It Cardi

Cozy cardigans are one of our favorite things about the weather getting cooler. They’re perfect for snuggling up in and keeping warm, even while the wind whips chilly air around us from all sides. This cardi has it all ― beautiful colors, secret pockets, cozy front panels and sleeves that stay in place.

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Cozy Does It Cardi

Cozy cardigans are one of our favorite things about the weather getting cooler. They’re perfect for snuggling up in and keeping warm, even while the wind whips chilly air around us from all sides. This cardi has it all ― beautiful colors, secret pockets, cozy front panels and sleeves that stay in place.

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Firefighter Set KAL: The Final Patterns

Today is the day when all the firefighting accessories will join the vest and hat from last time: an adorable Dalmatian, a squirting hose (just yarn, not water), and a soft but realistic axe. This set is the perfect way to bring your child’s playtime to life, and I’m sure the anticipation has been high all month. The many different pieces of this design make it one that your little one will be able to interact with in many different ways—you might have trouble convincing the new firefighter to wear anything else!

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Firefighter Set Knit Along

Knitting is fun, and knitting together is even better! Today, we’re going to start our newest Knit Along: The Firefighter Set from Jessica Anderson. This time, we’ll gather the materials and in the next two posts, we will create an outfit and all the essential gear for your firefighter.

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Sneaky Raccoon Hoodie

A sneaky raccoon is designed in honor of the classic children’s story “The Kissing Hand.” The sleeves feature a little detailed heart made with embroidery stitches. It serves as a sweet reminder of that kiss of love that stays on your little one’s hand all day long and forever.

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Grape Supreme Textured Sweater

Fall and winter can drag on, long and dreary, but that doesn’t mean your sweater has to match. It features a textured back, a flattering V-neck and thumbholes for extra fun. This sweater takes every little bit of techniques it can find and puts them together into one flattering wardrobe staple.

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