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Herringbone Knitting Patterns

by | Nov 5, 2017 | Featured

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for Big Herringbone CowlFree Knitting Pattern for Big Herringbone Cowl

Big Herringbone Cowl

This circle scarf is knit in the round with a two row repeat herringbone stitch in a length designed to be wrapped and keep you cozy. Designed by Purl Soho. Pictured projects by thebonvivant and nosmallfeet

Free Knitting Pattern for Herringbone Mitts

Herringbone Mitts

These easy fingerless mitts are knit flat with a herringbone stitch and seamed. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas

Free Knitting Pattern for Greater Than One, Two, Three

Greater Than One, Two, Three

This slipped stitch pattern herringbone cowl uses just 190 – 200 yards (174 – 183 m) of fingering yarn. Three versions – two Moebius and one regular circular cowl. Designed by Amy Williams to showcase multicolored, specifically Noro, yarn.

Free Knitting Pattern for Herringbone Foldover Clutch

Herringbone Foldover Clutch

Super bulky fabric yarn in an easy stitch gives Heidi Gustad’s design durability and style.

Free Knitting Pattern for Misty Rainbow Infinity Scarf

Misty Rainbow Infinity Scarf

A two row repeat herringbone stitch creates a colorful cowl with beautiful texture. Photo tutorial of the herringbone stitch included. Designed by Life Is Cozy to showcase multi-color yarn but also creates a beautiful solid color scarf.

Free knitting pattern for Herringbone Neckwarmer and more neck warmer knitting patterns

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Herringbone Neckwarmer

Designed by Breean Elyse, this neckwarmer is a quick knit in super bulky yarn dressed up with giant buttons

Huntress Cowl Free Knitting Pattern | Knitting patterns inspired by The Hunger Games books and movies http://intheloopknitting.com/hunger-games-knitting-patterns/

Huntress Cowl

Lollyknits was inspired by Catching Fire to design this cowl in a wonderfully textured herringbone stitch, it drapes like a dream and looks like a piece of modern armor. She reports it took her about a day to knit.

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting Pattern for City Mouse Beret and Cowl

City Mouse Hat and Cowl

One skein of DK yarn makes both hat and cowl in this set. Herringbone and knit stitches create a striking texture contrast in this set, and the loose knit of the hat body makes it the perfect hat shape for many heads.

Knitting Pattern for Tweed Wrap

Tweed and Tassel Wrap

This rectangular shawl features a herringbone style texture created with knit, purl and slip stitches. Tassels and fringe are optional.

Knitting Pattern for Herringbone Baby KimonoKnitting Pattern for Herringbone Baby Kimono

Herringbone Baby Kimono

This baby wrap sweater features allover herringbone patterns. To fit sizes 6–9 (9–12, 12–18) months. Designed by Kristen Rengren. Pictured project by justonelastrow

Knitting pattern for Chelsea Skirt

Chelsea Skirt

Cecily Glowik MacDonald’s skirt has a delicate lace border that peeks out from under the edge of the herringbone stitch pattern that looks like pleating. Sizes below waist circumference 32 (37 1/4, 42 1/2, 48)” Originally published in New England Knits

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Glenveagh Mitts

The herringbone stitch gives these mitts a classic texture.

Related Post

Knitting Patterns for Tops, Tanks, and Tees, many free patterns at http://intheloopknitting.com/tops-tanks-tees-free-knitting-patterns/

 

Terry Matz

meTerry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!

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