Category Archives: Patterns

Doll patterns

Crochet Doll

Sleepy Head – Crochet Dolls

The video demo with english subtitles and the free pattern which can be translated.

 

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Scarf Patterns for free

Scarf, HeadbandReflection Cable Headband Cowl by ‘Funky Air Bear

 

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Drop stich scarf

Drop Stitch Scarf
by 
Christine Vogel

 

Lacy Scarf

Wisp – a lacy Mohair Scarf by Cheryl Niamath
on knitty

 

Lots of Scarf patterns on knitty


Free Hat Patterns

Knitted

EASY-FIT RIBBED HAT

‘PINK MOUNTAIN’ HAT

You can find more patterns at Drops Design. Just hover the cursor of your mouse on ‘Patterns at the top and then “All  DROPS Patterns’ in the drop down menu and you will see a range of choices like ‘Ladies, Babies, Children, Men’

When you go to a pattern at Drops Design  you will see under the basic info “Continue to Pattern” when you click on that it will open the whole pattern.
There are even pattern for toys and pets.
This website also has a plephera of 
 short video tutorials show how to knit or crochet and sow things togeter, etc.
Crochet Teddy

Kids Hat Flower power

Flower Power Hat by Ann Squire on knitty

 

 

Crochet

FREE CROCHET PATTERN: EARFLAP HAT – 9-12 MONTHS BY ALLI. CAN FIND MANY MORE (125 FREE) PATTERNS ON ALLI CRAFTS.

10 FREE BASIC BEANIE CROCHET PATTERNS BY OLIVIA

INCREDIBLY SIMPLE SLOUCHY HAT – FREE PATTERN MORE FREE PATTERNS ON ELK STUDIO

You can see pictures of some of the above patterns on Pinterest

More patterns will be added to this site and you can find them here.

Feel free to leave any patterns you want to share in a comment below.

Pattern for basic knitted Blanket

How to knit a basic Blanket

Blanket with long yellow and blue PanelsWhat do you need:

4 mm Knitting Needles

Double knit Yarn (you can use the donated wool)

Basic Patten:

7 strips 20cm wide 160cm long

  • Cast on 40 stitches
  • Knit in garter stitch (all rows either knit or pearl)
  • Use different colors in blocks or stripes
  • Set off black or whites with colors
  • Leave about two inches (6cm) ends of each color so it can be sown in to the knitting
  • Sow in ends along the row

Joining the 7 strips

Crochet strips together

Space stitches into every second row.

Crochet around the edges a stitch into every third row.

Crocheting the strips together gives the blankets more flexibility and strength than sowing would.

This is the pattern suggested for the blankets donated to Operation Cover Up

For other (free)patterns click here.