Free Knitting Pattern for Sherlock Lives Cardigan - Professor Fonz’s sweater was inspired by the BBC show Sherlock and incorporates Moriarty’s skulls, the wallpaper pattern in Sherlock’s flat, and a secret message on the sleeve.
Free Knitting Pattern for Supernatural inspired Anti-Possession Hat - Ellen Hyde designed this reversible double-knit winter hat that incorporates the anti-possession symbol from the CW’s show Supernatural.
Free Knitting Pattern for I-Cord Earmuff Headband -Penolopy Bulnick’s headband is made of three cords – two are swirled into buns to make the earmuff parts and the third is used to connect those buns and make it a headband. She used a French Knitter to create the i-cords but you can knit them by hand.
Free Knitting Pattern Zombie Killer Slouch Hat - Little Rock's Zombieland Hat - When I saw Zombieland, I was obsessed with Little Rock’s slouch hat. Fortunately, so was Luciana Young who recreated the hat for all of us. Pattern includes two alternate decreases. Pictured project by Elle70
Free Knitting Pattern Pence Jug Coin Purse - Popular in the 19th century, pence jugs were coin purses shaped like a miniature water pitchers. Franklin Habit translated and modernized this pattern from the 1843 edition of Frances Lambert’s best-selling My Knitting Book for present-day knitters. You can also use as a gift bag. A great stashbuster! Pictured project by theknittingmama
Free Knitting Pattern for Talia Vest - This fitted waistcoat by SweaterBabe features scroll lace and nipped-in waist. Its flattering fit and details have inspired several Ravelrers to incorporate it in their steampunk wardrobe. XS[S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X]
Free Knitting Pattern Upstairs Scarf - WollSchnegge’s lace scarf or shawl is rated as easy, though beginners might find it more of a challenge. Although the original pattern calls for lace yarn, other knitters have been successful with heavier weights of yarn, such as fingering (used in the pictured project by speightyknits ) and sport weight.
Free Knitting Pattern for Elizabethtown Hat - Theresa Belville’s pattern Mary Jane’s Pithy Hat includes two hat patterns inspired by Kirsten Dunst movies. This beret featuring tiny cables is inspired by the hat from the movie Elizabethtown. Pictured project by Milda.
Knitting Patterns for Rugs and Mats. Most patterns are free. Want a fast, easy project that makes a great gift and great stashbuster? Take a look at these rugs and mats that you can customize for any home decor and any room in the house including kitchen, bath, living room, entry, and more. tba quick project stashbuster
Reversible Cable Knitting Patterns for blankets, scarves, sweaters, shawls and more. Most patterns are free. Reversible patterns allow you freedom from worry about how your fold your blanket, tie your scarf, or wrap your shawl, because they will look great from either side. Cable patterns are particularly difficult to fit into reversible design and these projects incorporate cables and reversibility beautifully.
Free Knitting Pattern for Heartwarming Scarf Julie Farmer’s beginner scarf has an easy to remember stitch pattern to give it texture. This unisex scarf only uses one skein of the recommended yarn. Pictured project is by pixiesmom.
Free Knitting Pattern for Aviator Hat Steampunk Style - Perfect for Aeronauts! Veronica O’Neil’s aviator style hat features ridges, ear flaps and button embellishments. Pictured project by kolorswkrayons