Free Knitting Patterns: Recently Added Patterns

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Grass Stitch Scarf

Beginner/Intermediate. A simple slip stitch pattern adds a gentle texture to this unisex scarf. Wear it knotted or with a s


Two-Toned Diamonds Infinity Scarf

Intermediate. Traveling eyelets form a diamond pattern in this cozy, color blocked infinity scarf.


Better Dorm Boots for Men

Beginner/Intermediate. Mens sizes. Works up quick! Yarn doubled makes them plushy. Knit flat and seamed at end. EZ

Gauge: 3.5 stitches per inch or 14.0 stitches per 4 inches.


Seamless Raglan Baby Sweater

Beginner/Intermediate. Knit popcorn sweater for baby and toddler. Easy instruction with step by step explanations.

Gauge: 4.25 stitches per inch or 17.0 stitches per 4 inches.


Seamless Mini Christmas Stocking

Beginner/Intermediate. Little stocking knit in the round. Helps to know how to knit in the round and follow pattern.


Autumn Pumpkins

Beginner. Cute little pumpkins knit in the round. It helps to know how to knit in the round and follow pattern


Toddler Girl's Short Sleeved Pullover

Beginner/Intermediate. This sweater is yet another adaptation based on the 5 Hour Baby Sweater originally posted on Knit List.


All Dressed Up Dress



Mitres in Motion Afghan



Cabled Comfort Throw



Garter Ridge Hat

Beginner. This light and simple hat looks great in any fingering weight yarn and any color!


Busy Bee Socks

Intermediate. Wonderful cable from the foot up to the cuff that resembles the busy worker bees in the honeycomb


Mauve and Mustard Scarf

Intermediate. This three-color scarf is made with roughly 325 yards of worsted weight yarn and size US 8 needles.

Gauge: 4.5 stitches per inch or 18.0 stitches per 4 inches.


81-Yard Cowl

Beginner/Intermediate. This one-skein cowl uses 80 yards of chunky weight yarn and size US 10.5 needles.

Gauge: 3.5 stitches per inch or 14.0 stitches per 4 inches.


Doug Fir Mittens

Beginner/Intermediate. These basic mittens can be sized for adults, and use dpns in size US 5 & 7.

Gauge: 5.0 stitches per inch or 20.0 stitches per 4 inches.


Notched Front Cowl

Beginner/Intermediate. This uses roughly 175 yards of worsted weight yarn & can be styled different ways!

Gauge: 5.0 stitches per inch or 20.0 stitches per 4 inches.


Stripe and Spot Cowl

Beginner/Intermediate. Here is a three-color cowl that uses slipped stitch stripes to create texture. Perfect for spring!


Vermicelli Autumn Wrap

Intermediate. Wide stripes of garter stitch alternated with a lace pattern.


Pippa Free Lacey Scarf Knitting Pattern

Beginner/Intermediate. A delightful lacey scarf.


Monster Tooth Scarf



Minky Mittens

Intermediate. These mittens use two colors of worsted weight yarn and size US 5 & 7 dpns. Thick and warm!

Gauge: 5.0 stitches per inch or 20.0 stitches per 4 inches.


Extra long tribute

Intermediate/Advanced. These are thigh high lace stockings.


Amya Cardigan Knitting Pattern

Intermediate. A cardigan knitting pattern.


Adorable Long Cabled Cardigan/Jacket

Intermediate. A Long cabled cardigan in Artesano Alpaca Blend Aran, one of our favorite pattterns.


Tank Top Pattern

Intermediate. A cowl necked sleevless jumper or tank top pattern.


Aphrodite Waistcoat Pattern

Beginner/Intermediate. Waistcoat Pattern by Sue Hanmore in Alpaca and Wool Blend.


Boutique Bunny Hat

Beginner/Intermediate. This sweet bunny hat is worked flat and seamed. It works up fast with super bulky yarn.


Strawbed Fingerless Gloves

Beginner. This is a pattern for a trendy pair of fingerless mittens that is knit flat. Perfect for beginners.


Beautiful Black Fingerless Gloves

Beginner/Intermediate. Bulky fingerless gloves that knit up quickly on large needles. Teenagers love them!

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