One Row Repeat Knitting Patterns
Use one row repeat stitch patterns to knit these scarves, shawls, tops, hats, ponchos and more.
To get the knitting patterns, scroll down the page to the individual pattern you want and click on the link to that pattern.
These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.
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Free Knitting Patterns
This easy sweater is knit with a one row repeat mesh stitch and minimal shaping. Worsted weight yarn. Sizes XS(S,M,L,XL, XXL). Designed by Quail Studio
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Mistake Rib Moebius Cowl
This cowl is knit flat with a 1 row repeat mistake rib stitch and then twisted and grafted to form a moebius loop. 2 sizes. Quick knit in super bulky yarn. One of the free patterns in the free ebook Exploring the Infinity Scarf Pattern: 7 Free Designs for Knitting Infinity Scarves. Designed by Daniel Yuhas
- Get the free ebook Exploring the Infinity Scarf Pattern: 7 Free Designs for Knitting Infinity Scarves from Interweave
- Also available in knit.wear, Premiere 2011
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One Row Handspun Scarf
This one row repeat scarf is quick, easy and versatile enough to be knit in any gauge and width. Designed by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee aka The Yarn Harlot. Great for multi-color yarn! Pictured project by PrincessSerenity
Openwork shawl or scarf with a one row repeat. Designed by Cristiana Brenna who knit her original design with 100 grams of yarn (grammi in Italian). Available in Italian and English.
One Row Hat
Easy beanie knit with a one row repeat with a ribbed brim designed by Christine Cy. Pictured project by sarahelise
Easy scarf features a one row repeat stitch pattern and looks great in any yarn including multi-colored yarn. Designed by Myrna A.I. Stahman who dedicates the pattern to fostering an understanding of people who are different from ourselves.
Weekend TV Lapghan
This easy afghan is a quick knit with a one-row repeat in super bulky yarn on size 50 needles. I suggest you try size 50 circular needles instead of straight needles. You’ll probably find them easier to handle.
Easy One Row Repeat Blanket de la Harlot
Easy afghan with a one row repeat stitch pattern designed by joumou based on a stitch by Yarn Harlot. Pictured project by andymeg.
One Row Hat
This beanie Let There Be Rows by Robin Celli for Delaware Head Huggers features a one row repeat that’s a quick knit in super bulky yarn. Delaware Head Huggers donates hats to people undergoing chemotherapy or brain surgery.
One Row Lace Scarf
Turvid designed this super simple scarf pattern. Cast on 24 sts (or any number of stiches dividable with 4). Knit 2 rows. Knit pattern row: K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) 5 times. Repeat the pattern row until your scarf is at desired length. Knit 1 row and cast off. The pictured project by jondrejka used a sport weight mohair yarn with size 9 needles, though the pattern recommends fingering weight on size 10 needles.
Patterns for Purchase
This cropped cardigan features lacy mesh in a simple 1-row Purse Stitch repeat. Small (Medium, Large, XL).
4 Variations One-Row Repeat Lace Scarves
Instructions for easy lace scarf knit with one-row repeat. 4 variations of lace. Pictured projects by Rufarocrafty and Smithajoga
Worked in two pieces from sleeve to sleeve, Valentina Devine’s lace tee features a gauzy one-row repeat lace and is fastened with a narrow I-cord drawstring. Looks great in multi-color yarn! Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, and XX-large. Available in NORO Knitting Magazine Issue 6
Terry 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!