Two-Row Repeat Knitting Patterns
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Free Knitting Patterns
This infinite scarf pattern is aptly named. With its 2-row 2-stitch repeat mesh stitch, you can knit on autopilot. Designed by Dominique Trad
Fifty Four Ten Studio’s easy afghan pattern was inspired by the beautiful tree lined boulevards of her hometown (and mine)….Kansas City. This blanket features an easy two row repeat that adds a texture twist to garter stitch. Quick knit in super bulky yarn.
Wavy Stripe Hat
Easy slouchy beanie is knit flat. Designed by Heather Lodinksy. Also looks great in multi-color yarn!
Bias Rib Cowl
Easy cowl knit in the barley sugar bias rib stitch with a 2 row repeat. Birthday Cowl designed by Nova Seals. Pictured project by sadie21jean
Shaker Rib Blanket
This easy afghan pattern features a slip stitch rib pattern in a two row repeat. Quick knit in bulky yarn.
No Purl Rib Scarf
Easy scarf with a two row repeat that simulates ribbing with slipped stitches. Designed by Purl Soho
Rickrack Braid Hat
This easy hat from Balls to the Walls Knits features an easy 2 row eyelet braid pattern after the ribbing.
Knit Purl Textured Cowl
Easy cowl knit with an easy to memorize 2 row repeat.Designed by Margo Snyder
Ridge and Furrow Cowl
An easy two row repeat creates the great texture of the Ridge and Furrow Cowl by Balls to the Walls Knits.
This easy lace afghan is a two-row repeat with one of the rows being purl stitches. As a bonus it’s a quick knit in super bulky yarn!
Easy Fit Beanie
Easy slouchy unisex hat features a broken rib texture in a two-row repeat. Uses just one ball of the recommended yarn.
Beauty in Simplicity
Easy fingerless mitts knit flat in two row repeat garter rib and seamed. Two sizes.
Broken Garter Scarf
An easy two row repeat elevates garter stitch to a new level of style in this scarf by Purl Soho.
Lacy Chunky Throw
Wenlan Chia’s quick easy afghan for Classic Elite Yarns makes use of a very open lace pattern with a 2 row repeat to keep down the weight (and yardage). Quick Knit in super bulky yarn. Pictured project by weedwacker
Twisted Rib Top
Easy sleeveless top or vest with a two row repeat twisted rib stitch. Sizes Small – XX Large. Designed by Cathy Payson
A Blanket For Seriously Cold People
This easy afghan from Softsweater Knits features a stretch cushy ribbing pattern. It’s a fast knit in super bulky yarn. Pictured project by acunningplan
Seeded Rib Vest
Easy vest in child and men’s sizes knit in two row repeat seeded rib. Designed by Jodi Lewanda
A two-row repeat linen stitch gives this design by Kristen Kapur a woven fabric look.
Patterns for Purchase
Grass Stitch Slouchy Hat or Beanie
Two styles of hat included with this pattern that uses a two row repeat.
Twisted Rib Boot Cuffs
A two row repeat forms the body of these boot cuffs.
Easy Eyelet Cowl
An easy, one skein eyelet cowl that is knit in the round with a two row repeat.
Sea Glass Shawl Cardigan
This easy versatile sweater is a rectangle with sleeves with an easy 2 row repeat lace pattern that creates a draped.cardigan .
Te Rosada Sweater
A long-sleeved pullover features a simple two-row repeat open stitch, easy to memorize, and worked quickly on big needles. Sizes 33 (38, 41½, 46½, 49½)” (84 [96.5, 105.5, 118, 125.5] cm) chest/bust circumference.
Seed Stitch Rib Cowl
Easy versatile infinite scarf features a 2 row repeat and is completely reversible.
Chevron Drop Stitch Scarf
Easy lace scarf features a 2 row repeat and stitches that are dropped as you finish the scarf.
Easy cowl is knit flat in a 2 row repeat. A quick cozy knit in bulky yarn.
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!