Meg's Hat pattern by Libby Summers
If you’ve knitted my Beginners Beanie then this is a great follow on pattern. Skills used include casting on, double rib, Increasing (kfb), decreasing (k2tog) and mattress stitch. Yarn is used DOUBLE throughout, making it a super quick, super chunky knit.
Snowdrift Shrug pattern by Hilary Smith Callis
Snowdrift is a slouchy women’s shrug with curved edges shaped with short rows. Worked from the top down with a raglan yoke, the chunky singles yarn knits up quickly in seed stitch.
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Pome pattern by Agata Smektala
Pome is full of cables hat worked in the round from the bottom up. You may knit it as a beanie or as a slouchy hat, add a pom pom. Even though pattern contains directions for M size only, you can adjust the size of the finished hat using smaller/larger needles and finer/thicker yarn.
Onwards and upwards cardigan pattern by Elizabeth Felgate
The weather may be grey but this garment is designed to give your mood a boost; it’s a glass half full type of knit. For a start, you won’t be cold in a sweater with this much deep textured loveliness. Secondly all the cable motifs have been specially designed to reach for the sky, twining onwards and upwards! Hey, maybe to look on the bright side, the weather won’t be grey at all and you just need this to keep off the sea breezes as you stroll by the ocean at sundown.
Harley pattern by Jenny Williams
Start with the collar and proceed downward when knitting a pullover you won’t want to take off. Unique cables and a drawstring at the neck finish off a top-down pullover that’s fun to make and easy to wear. From college kids to distinguished ladies, this is a sweater suited to many!
Lyveden Wrist Warmers pattern by Libby Summers
The Tiled Stitch pattern is ideally suited to this yarn, which has a high sheen. It is a robust stitch, which is hard wearing, so ideal for an accessory which will get some wear and tear.
Zig Zag Wings pattern by Justyna Lorkowska
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Lizard Scarf - FREE KNITTING PATTERN
Following on the theme from my last free pattern for a Beginner's Beanie, here is a beginner's Scarf, knitted in the lovely Libby Summers Fine Aran yarn . Although mainly garter stitch, the style is...