Free Patterns and Recipes
Afghan Knit from Stash Yarn Recipe
Here's a fun way to use up your stash!
Basic Knit Hat Recipe
So you’ve found some amazingly beautiful yarn and want to create a hat. Know that you don’t need a pattern unless you want to use one! Here’s how.
Double Seed Stitch Cowl
When that special yarn speaks to you, try this recipe to make an elegant accessory.
Double Stranded Hat Pattern
Introducing THE ULTIMATE lasts-minute gift pattern!
Faux Isle Cowl Recipe
During the winter months. It’s nice to have warmth against your neck. Here’s a recipe for knitting a stranded cowl on the fly!
Feather Rib Socks
Here's a simple and free sock pattern that will make your feet dance!
Fingerless Mitts Recipe
Don't be a pattern slave! Here's a free recipe for basic fingerless mitts, usable with nearly any gauge!
Lace Bordered Wrap Without A Pattern
It's not that difficult to design a scarf or shawl with a lengthwise lace border. Read through the "recipe" to see how!
Mistake Stitch Rib Scarf or Shawl Recipe
Here’s a simple, beautiful pattern for use with your more challenging yarns.
Queen Alysanne Scarf
Here's a free pattern for a quick knit, three season lace scarf. It's easy enough for beginners, but looks like an heirloom piece.
Reversible Cabled Scarf Recipe
Scarves are both functional and fashionable, and make great projects when you’re looking for something to knit on the fly. This one riffs on cables and twists.
Side to Side Garter Shawl Recipe
Go ahead and buy a few balls of that expensive yarn you love– and make an accessory you’ll wear forever!
Simple Cowl Recipe
It's not difficult to create your own patterns for simple cowls. Here are general instructions that produce beautiful results.
The Potato Chip Scarf Recipe
It’s called that because you can’t stop at just one. Or because of the shape of the wedges. Or because it’s a simple indulgence. Whatever the reason, it’s a fun pattern to knit.
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