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by | Jul 6, 2017 | Featured

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for Peace, Love, and Happiness Wash Cloths

Peace, Love, and Happiness Wash Cloths

Set of quick cloths with peace sign, heart, and smiley face. Designed by Heather Mountain. Pictured projects by sweetp and mavmama

Free Knitting Pattern for Peace Jacket

Peace Jacket

Long-sleeved cropped cardigan with a zip front and a colorwork peace symbol on the back. Sizes S/M [M/L]. Knit with two strands of worsted together. Designed by Jenifer Stark.

Free Knitting Pattern for Grammar Police Props

Grammar Police Props

This versatile toy softie can be used as a comma, apostrophe, or air quotes if you put a band on the back. Designed by Morgen Dämmerung. Pictured projects are by kantknitstraight, marimba, and Lily-Lemon

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Free Knitting Pattern for Pink Ribbon Hat

Pink Ribbon Hat

This beanie features six cabled ribbons, separated by mini cables that work their way all the way up to the crown and join in the center. This hat could easily be made in a different color to support various causes. Designed by Carissa Browning. Pictured project by SandyHam

Free knitting pattern for Smiley Face Cloth

Smiley Face Cloth

Designed by Knit a Little Store.

Free Knitting Pattern for Smiley Bobble Beanie Hat

Smiley Bobble Beanie Hat

This easy pompom hat pattern by madmonkeyknits features an intarsia smiley face.

Free Knitting Pattern for Smiley Baby Blanket

Smiley Baby Blanket

Happiness Is Baby Blanket is a round baby blanket that’s a quick knit in super bulky yarn. 34″ Diameter. Designed by Robin Anneken

Free Knitting Patterns for Treble and Bass Clef Dish Cloths

Clef Cloths

Easy wash or dish cloth with a treble or bass clef. Designed by Blue Pegasus Designs. Pictured project by Rosenresli

Free Knitting Pattern for Pi Mitts

 

Pi Mitts

These fingerless mitts designed by Rabbit Zielke are worked flat and seamed. Pictured project by singingstitcher

Free Knitting Pattern for Binary Baby Blanket

Binary Baby Blanket

Double knit baby blanket with alphabet in binary code. Designed by Miranda Humphries

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting Pattern for Awareness Ribbon Cloth

Awareness Ribbon Cloth

Includes instructions for 2 sizes: LARGE: 12″W X 12″ H – SMALL: 7″W X 7 1/4″ H

Knitting Pattern for Peace Sign Hat

Peace Sign Hat

Beanie with cable peace symbol.

Knitting Pattern for Cape of Invisibility

Cape of Invisibility

The stranded colourwork in this cape is based on an Icelandic magical stave for disguise; in Icelandic, it is called Hulinhjalmur. The spell was supposed to prevent your enemies from seeing you. Sizes 36/38/40/42/44/46/48/50/52/54” around chest

Knitting Pattern for Pink Ribbon Lace Afghan

Knitting for a Cure

Knitting for a CureThis afghan is one of 18 designs from Knitting for a Cure. Other patterns include scarves, a hat, a headband, fingerless gloves, teapot cozy, hot water bottle cover, pillow, and more. Many feature breast cancer awareness ribbon.

Knitting Pattern for Awe Spell Hat

Awe Spell Hat

The Helm of Awe beanie is an Icelandic sigil to induce fear in your enemies and to protect against abuses of power.

Flight Spell Sweater Knitting Pattern

Flight Spell Sweater

The Take Flight Pullover Sweater colorwork is based on an old Icelandic spell for bewitching a horse to fly. SIZING: 36/38/40/42/44/46/48/50/52/54” around chest

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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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