Easy Knitting Patterns
Free Baby Blanket Knitting Dream Catcher Blanket. ampler baby blanket created with squares knit in 6 different textures Harris Tweed Square, Harris Tweed Square, Pennant Stitch Square, Andalusian Stitch Square, Horizontal Dash Stitch Square, Stockinette Stitch Check Square, and Basket Stitch Square. Size 29 inches by 32 ½ inches. Designed by Susan B. Anderson. Worsted weight yarn.
Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Garter Stitch Ruffles Baby Blanket - This easy reversible blanket is knit completely in garter stitch with two strands of yarn held together. It gets its ruffled look by switching to large needles for a puffier section and then make to smaller needles for a tighter gauge. Consider two yarns or different texture or color to add interest. Designed by Diane Starke. Pictured project by KathInOC
Free Knitting Pattern Sit-upon Outdoor Seating. This sit-upon portable mat will keep you warm and dry when you sit on rough rocks while hiking, damp ground while gardening, or stadium seats. Rolls up compactly to fit neatly in backpacks or carryalls. Knit in a ribbed cable with a rugged worsted wool, which yields a dense, reversible, and doubly-thick fabric. Add an oilcloth backing to make it waterproof. Designed by Hanna Breetz
Free Scarf Knitting Pattern Easy Powder Mountain Scarf. Easy striped scarf knit with a 2 row repeat which is mostly knit stitches. Designed for 4 colors, it's a great stashbuster. Designed by Lena Skvagerson. Aran weight yarn. Featured in Knit and Crochet Now and also one of the patterns in Learn-a-Stitch Knit Scarves.
Free Knitting Patterns Lion or Tiger Square Dishcloth. Lion or tiger square for use as a dishcloth, washcloth, afghan block, or motifs or other projects. Both chart and written pattern are included and are very easy - just knit and purl stitches. Designed by Daisy and Storm. Web versions are free. PDFs available for purchase
Free Knitting Pattern for Easy In Bloom Wreath. Knit up this cheerful wreath to add a fun pop of color to your home. Create a full bouquet in no time of gorgeous flowers by working knit, purl and simple shaping. Instructions for knitting 3 different types of flowers and leaves that can be used for a floral wreath, decoration, or embellishment of other projects.The pattern says crochet but the flowers and leaves are all knit. Rated easy by the designer. Great stashbuster!