Knitting patterns that include labyrinth, paths, roads, mazes and more in their design. Many of the patterns are free
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Blankets created of simple striped garter stitch squares knit on the bias that can be arranged in lots of ways to create many patterns, just a few of which are shown here. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Frankie Brown. Aran weight yarn. Available in English and Danish
Fingerless mitts featuring the Maze Mosaic from Barbara G. Walker and a new technique to create openings for fingers for fingerless mitts developed by the designer that can be used on other patterns. Designed by Jodie Gordon Lucas for Knitty. Fingering weight yarn. Pictured projects by designer and LisaCinFL.
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Labyrinth Shawl / Shrug
Labyrinths have been used for centuries for prayer and meditation. This shrug or rectangle shaped shawl with armholes features a design based on the labyrinth of the cathedral of Amien (France). I think you could also knit without the sleeve holes and use as blanket or decorative piece. Designed by Edith "dieDita" Frank. Fingering weight yarn. Pictured project by landkind. Available in English and German
More Free Patterns
Turtle Tracks Blanket and Pillow
Throw and cushion knit a zigzag and curving mock cable texture that is created with decreases and increases. No cables! Size Blanket: Approx 45 x 60 ins. Pillow: Approx 16 ins [40.5 cm] square. Quick knit in Super Bulky weight yarn. Designed by Premier Yarns Design Team.
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This portable version of the classic Baltic labyrinth pattern by Beth Dubeck can be a great aid to meditation, prayer, and generating a sense of calm. At 17 inches in diameter, this double-spiral labyrinth is perfect fit for laps or table tops and can be customized for larger sizes. The original pattern uses eyelets for the labyrinth edges. In this project, LLWright added duplicate stitch to the eyelets to make the labyrinth more tactile.
4 Row Repeat Train Track Neckwarmer
Versatile buttoned scarf that can be worn as a cowl, shoulder wrap, scarf, and more. Knit with a 4 row repeat in 2 contrasting colors, it's a perfect showcase for ombre yarn paired with a contrasting solid color, though it looks great with 2 solid colors, too. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Robyn Williams. Aran weight yarn.
Real maze in knit and purl stitches makes a fun dish or wash cloth, afghan block, or other knitting project. Designed by Lynn Manning. Worsted weight yarn. Pictured projects by the designer and TheBatLadyKnitz.
Patterns for Purchase
This afghan pattern is based on a maze that used to exist at Chevening, Kent, England.