Knit a two-tone pillow with a bold zig-zag design with this pillow knitting pattern. On the other side, the pillow is a single color for a different look. Use colors to match your home decor.
This fun, textured cape is easily thrown over an outfit with chunky buttons to take it off and on.
Knit yourself a decorative knot necklace. It's tongue-tied. This braided necklace is a great way to make your own jewelry. It's a DIY craft you and your friends can do at get togethers.
This Opulent Knit Cable pattern is great for making sweaters and scarves. It's easy enough for new knitters and is a great cable pattern for those who are new to creating a cable stitch pattern.
This Knitted Serpentine Pattern is great for those who are new to cable knitting. You can use this motif when creating scarves, sweaters, wraps, and more. The twisted snake look is a traditional technique that every knitter should know how to do!
Yarn pom-poms in various sizes add a touch of fun to this free scarf knitting pattern. Make this easy scarf knitting pattern for a holiday gift or keep for yourself.
Use this fun knitting pattern for kids to create a pair of fur cuffs. These fur cuffs can be worn on the wrist or used as boot inserts to keep kids warm and stylish through the winter.
This beautiful and cozy pillow has a houndstooth design that will warm up your living room. Try this easy knit pillow cover pattern for all skill levels.
This adorable knit hat pattern has a classic striped design and fits loosely on your head. The Positively Red Hook Hat is a cute, slouchy ribbed hat that features alternating stripes of red, blue, and lime green colors. It's a fun, bold accessory that will definitely add a pop of color to whatever you're wearing. The bright colors make it great for any season of the year, and its cozy construction is both lightweight, yet warm. The Positively Red Hook Hat is a must have knit accessory this season.
Yarn bombing has become a huge trend in cities big and small. Get in on the fun and learn how to make a Knit Pom Pom Scarf for Yarn Bombing. Easy knitting patterns for projects like simple scarves will help you spread some love for yarn in your town.