Accessories, blankets, and more knit with southwestern style motifs and designs. Most patterns are free.
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Fair Isle fingerless gloves with southwestern flair! The main motif is a Zia symbol with “arrows” on the diagonals. The stripe motifs and palm pattern are taken from Pueblo pottery. Designed by Cailyn Meyer. Pictured projects by the designer and anjari. Fingering weight yarn.
Taos Lap Blanket
Afghan knit with a southwestern graphic design in intarsia and stranded colorwork. Designed by Alexandra Tavel. Width: 37”/94cm Length: 42”/107cm. Super Bulky weight yarn. A kit is also available at Lion Brand.
More Free Patterns
This pullover poncho with cuffs features a geometric colorwork motif in variegated yarn inspired by a Navajo design. Designed by Xandy Peters
Necks Best Thing Afghan
This graphic blanket from Michaels with a southwest touch knits up fast in Thick n Quick yarn. About 42″ x 52″ (106.5cm x 162.5cm)
Patterns for Purchase
This Southwest-inspired is shawl worked side to side in varying stripes of garter stitch, while the intarsia motif is simple stockinette stitch. Great way to use up scraps of fingering weight yarn.