Bernat Yarns


Bernat Yarns

Bernat Yarns



Bernat® is committed to providing knitters and crocheters with high quality yarns and creative patterns. The Bernat® website is a great place to learn all about our yarns and to find your next knitting project or crochet project. With a free membership, you can access hundreds of free knitting patterns and free crochet patterns.

Our Yarns:
Bernat® yarns are great for stylish knitting projects and intricate crocheting projects.

     Super Fine           Medium

     Fine                    Bulky

     Light                  Super Bulky


Our Patterns:
Bernat® patterns are written especially for Bernat® yarns to ensure that the crochet pattern or knitting pattern you start with Bernat® yarn will turn out as expected. Free knitting patterns and free crochet patterns are available to members and membership is free.  Search for a free crochet pattern or a free knitting pattern using our New Pattern Search Tool or preview our Pattern Books.



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Projects on FaveCrafts:

Top Bernat Patterns

Afghans, Blankets, and Lapghans

Baby Patterns





Home Decor


Totes, Bags, and Purses

Shawls and Wraps

Sweaters and Jackets




Socks and Slippers

Gift Ideas

Kitchen Ideas

Mittens, Gloves, and Hand Warmers

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I am looking for an outlet to purchase your wool and products. I live in Scarborough, Ont M1N1T9 and am have difficutly finding a store. I have not done of lot of projects lately and Zellars is no longer available Thank you Mady

Hello Mady :) Try - they are in the Victoria Park and Dawes Rd. area. Ian

Please clarify the yarn used in Hooded Sweater Crochet pattern...I can't find "Bernat Chunky" anywhere. What is a good substitute? Or is there another name for it?? Please help as I need to make this for a Christmas present!

What does miss mean in your patterns? Does it mean the same as skip? If so why don't you just say SKIP instead of MISS? Why do people try to change what is the norm?

I think the patterns need proof readers. where does the pattern tell you to attach the doll head to the body of the CUTE CROCHET DOLL??,


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