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Yarn Project Tote Knitting Patterns

by | May 16, 2017 | Featured

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for Retro Knitting Project Bag

Free Knitting Pattern for Retro Knitting Project Bag

Retro Knitting Project Bag

This knitting tote features the butterfly stitch. Finished dimensions are 13″ long x 4″ wide x 10″ high. Designed by milobo. Pictured project by andante

Free Knitting Pattern for Yarn Cake Holder

Home for the Cake

This yarn cozy holder was designed to hold yarn cakes and keep them tidy. The center pull goes through a little hole in the strap that holds the cake down. Perfect for on the go projects! Designed by Mareike Meyer

Free Knitting Pattern for Tote for a Cause

Tote for a Cause

The design of this tote is inspired by the ribbon worn to support the fight against breast cancer.  Designed by verybusymonkey who suggests you donate to your favorite cause if you want to show your appreciation for the pattern.

Free knitting pattern for Knitting Tote and more knitting patterns for knitters

Knitting Tote

Donna Yacino designed this tote for Berroco. Approximately 15” wide x 11” high

Free knitting pattern for Yarn Skein Sleeve Cozy

Yarn Ball Cozy

Keep your yarn balls and skeins tidy and prevent unraveling with this yarn sleeve tube by Kerstin Geiger. Great stashbuster!

Free Knitting Pattern for Yarn Cozy

Fruit or Yarn Cozy

This easy cozy is a great way to corral your yarn ball or cake to keep it neat or to protect your apple or pear from bruising in a lunch bag. Designed by Susan B. Anderson. Apple cozy project by AngelaTong

Free Knitting Pattern for Ramp Hands-Free Tote Bag

Ramp Tote

This ingenious hands-free tote was designed Jodie Gordon Lucas with panels that fit beneath your legs to keep your knitting projects or other items secure but convenient. Three designs. Jodie points out it also is ideal “for knitting while sitting in bleachers, knitting while sailing, knitting on a rollercoaster, knitting on a ski-lift, knitting on a motorcycle”.

Free Knitting Pattern for Yarn Cozy Dotty Pot

Dotty Pot Yarn Cozy

Colorful baskets that are the perfect size for keeping yarn cakes tidy but sturdy enough to stand on their own without felting (though you can felt if you want). Designed by the amazing Frankie Brown. Great stash buster! Pictured project by AliceInDilbrtlnd

Free Knitting Pattern for Ombre Baskets

Ombre Baskets

Three sizes of striped baskets with optional handles. Large basket measures about 14” [35.5 cm] tall, Medium about 10½” [26.5 cm] tall, and Small about 7½” [19 cm] tall. Designed by Heather Lodinsky for Red Heart.

Free knitting pattern for Jaywalker Wrist Yarn Holder

Jaywalker Wrist Yarn Holder

Tandy Imhoff designed this bag to keep your yarn tidy and clean when you’re on the go. It also features a reinforced hole in the bottom for convenient double stranding.

Free knitting pattern for Ellenesque Felted Bowl

Ellenesque Felted Bowl

Easy pattern featured by Americo Originail in Canadian Living for storage baskets in any size.

Free Knitting Pattern for Yarn Hammock

Yarn Hammock

I love this clever storage idea for your stash that you can knit yourself. The original pattern is for a bath toy hammock by Sarah K. Pictured project by vanessabeingmanny who adapted it for a yarn stash.

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting Pattern for Modern Cubist Baskets

Modern Cubist Baskets

Easy basket trio is a quick knit in bulky yarn. Finished measurements: Small basket: 5″ W x 5″ L x 5″ D, Large basket: 6″ W x 6″ L x 6″ D, Rectangle basket: 4″ W x 8″ L x 4″ D

Knitting Pattern for Oodles Basket

Oodles Basket

Easy pattern and quick project in super bulky yarn. 28″ around x 9″ high

Knitting pattern for Triangle Convertible Bowl

4-Way Bowl

This colorful Triangle Color-Blocked Bowl is multi-functional. It can be folded and refolded to create a reversible bowl, basket or tray. You can unfold it and refold it based on your needs and at 8 inches in diameter it is the perfect size to be used to hold knitting projects, fruit, bread, or even as a super useful catchall.

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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