Free knitting pattern for Handspun Boomerang Shawl - Natasha Sills’ shawl couldn’t be easier. Use any yarn, any gauge (though she recommends handspun yarn in loose gauge.) You start with 4 stitches then repeat 2 rows until you which the size you want or run out of yarn. For striping, switch yarns with each 2 row repeat. Pictured project by barmel
Knitting pattern for Lorena Shawl - #ad I love this look -- I'd wear it instead of a jacket. Cable and lace rectangle shawl with sophisticated cable sling pull-throughs that help keep it fastened. tba keyhole fringe
103 Free Knitting Patterns for Men, Women and Children
103 Free Knitting Patterns for Men, Women, and Children- Looking for a DIY knit idea for your fall wardrobe or for a Christmas gift? Knit something special for yourself or a loved one with this ultimate list of free knitting patterns.
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Spend your time knitting, not weaving in ends. Here's the final tutorial celebrating the Mosaic Sisters pattern! Today's tutorial is about how to carry yarns up the side of your work when you're knitting stripes. Doesn't matter if the stripes are narrow, wide, or take up less than a row.
Stitch up a stunning statement scarf! This interesting technique involves working the strips together, then working them separately and repositioning them to make the weave pattern. A comprehensive photo tutorial is included. Knit with approximatel...
The experts at Knitting Daily compiled the following infographic that showcases a total of eight popular cast-on and bind-off knitting methods that can be used for all types of knitting techniques and projects. They also have an article about binding off
Free knitting pattern for Dreambaby Baby Afghan - JoAnne Turcotte designed this easy yet beautiful blanket with squares bordered by purl and garter stitch ridges. Four sizes, from doll size to crib size. Pictured project is by assia90
Free knitting pattern for easy Garter Stripe Baby Blanket - Mary Jane Protus designed this blanket that alternates sections of garter stitch with crossed stitch. Red Heart lists this as Intermediate but knitters on Ravelry rated it easy. So it may not be a beginner pattern but once you get the crossed stitch pattern down it should be easy. Blanket measures approximately 32” wide x 38½” long. Pictured project by Caroljeanne1960