This Knit Candle Ornament can easily be knit in under an hour, making it the perfect little finished object to shoe horn in during the busy Christmas season. Get the free pattern to light up your holiday!
Dozens of free knitting and crochet patterns ranging from basic scarves to cabled sweaters.
Trim your tree with a hand knit ornament! This festive poinsettia will add a splash of color to your holiday decor. This ornament is knit in pieces and adorned with little french knots to capture the texture of a poinsettia’s floral center.
Knit yourself a quick cowl that doubles as a hood – a snood! The Checked Snood is a colorful, geometric knitting pattern that uses 3 colors of Berroco Brielle to create a stunning, versatile accessory you’ll wear from fall to spring. Bonus: it’s a free pattern!
An advent calendar is a great way to make your own keepsake Christmas decoration and build a family tradition for years to come. The beginner-friendly Scandinavian Advent Calendar is a fun, free crochet pattern featuring mostly single crochet stitches and basic embroidery for a handmade, homey look.
The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers’ houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.
Who doesn’t love an easy-to-knit, versatile pattern? The Wherever Wrap is a fun colorblock piece knit in simple lace. Worked on the bias with a zig zag effect, this wrap’s unique shape opens up cool possibilities for styling with your favorite summer outfit or on the beach.
Crochet the versatile Market Cowl, a free pattern that does double duty as a layering-friendly cowl or wrap.
Knit the Fisherman’s Rib Baby Blanket, a great option for a decorative throw or baby gift. This pattern uses an addictive stitch with lots of dimensionality that will give your blanket endless texture.
There is something so elegant about knitting on the bias, a.k.a. knitting diagonally. While it’s just a matter of increasing on one edge of your work while decreasing at the same rate on the other edge, it elevates something like basic garter stitch with such simplicity.