The 10 Best children's knits

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Keep your little ones warm and cosy this winter with one of the wooliest, snuggliest jumpers around

1. Oilily

£58.95, allthingscute.co.uk

Featuring a paint-brushes print, this playful and pretty cardigan has orange, blue and pink edging and coloured buttons.

2. Next

£16, next.co.uk

Little girls can wear this either as a jumper with leggings or as a dress with tights. It's wonderfully comfortable and it sparkles.

3. Laura Ashley

£19.20, lauraashley.com

Cashmere-touch cardigan boasts a chunky ribbed collar, placket, hem and bright pink buttons. Perfect for the chilly months.

4. Crew Clothing

£32, crewclothing.co.uk

This navy cable cricket jumper is lovely and soft, washes like a dream and will be in demand once grown out of.

5. Baby K

£22, mothercare.com

Super-stylish cardigan from Myleene Klass features a reindeer design and is made with 100 per cent soft cotton.

6. Dorothy & Theodore

£44, dorothyandtheodore.com

Hand-knitted jumper made from luxury Italian Merino wool, in a wide range of colours and sizes.

7. Tootsa MacGinty

£31, lulasapphire.com

Available from birth up to four-five years, the cashmere is itch-free and the designs are quirky, homely and retro-inspired.

8. Boden

£34, boden.co.uk

This Guernsey jumper has rugged good looks and high performance. It comes up slightly large, but what a great design.

9. New Look

£12.99, newlook.com

A bargain-price cable-knit jumper that is also available in other cheery colours and features a round neck and long sleeves.

10. Boden

£24, boden.co.uk

Delightful and cosy hoodie, likely to appeal to girls after a summer of Jubilympics. It has side-seam pockets and washes beautifully.

 

 

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