Cast on a fun knit for baby. Cute Kitty Hat. Continue to 10 of 23 below. Drop Stitch Kimono. Continue to 11 of 23 below. Short-Sleeved Pullover. Continue to 12 of 23 below.
Double Seed Stitch Baby Blanket. Continue to 13 of 23 below. Fat Cat Stuffed Toy. Continue to 14 of 23 below. Easy Breezy Cardigan. Continue to 15 of 23 below.
Vancouver Toque Lined Hat. Since it's all garter stitch, all you'll need to worry about is learning how to switch colors. Be the first to upload your own image for this pattern! I have not made this yet so I cannot rate it. Click the button above or drag and drop images onto the button. You can upload two images. We are adding your Comments. Are you sure you would like to report this comment? It will be flagged for our moderators to take action.
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Quick knit in Super Bulky Yarn. Beginner friendly. Designed by Jessica from Mama in a Stitch. If you like the cable knit blanket above but not sure that cables are for you then this throw is perfect for any beginners!
Knit using a variation of the rib stitch — called the broken rib stitch, this pattern is really easy. Preferably free beginner knitting patterns? I remember being frustrated by all the terms and techniques. I wanted to knit items I would actually use or give away, but I didn't think I could create those unless I knew all the stitches and advanced knitting techniques.
If you're a beginner knitter and need some easy patterns to start out with, this list is for you. You also might be an experienced knitter that just wants an easier pattern for some mindless knitting. The following 25 patterns don't involve much more than knit and purl stitches.
Don't be afraid when it comes to free patterns for knitting! If you're looking for something with not as much vibrant colors, try this afghan. Made with basic colors, this dramatic afghan is still striking in its simplicity and everlasting style. Knitted afghans don't have to be just one color or one stitch This free knitting pattern is one such example.
Dramatic color is easy and fun with this Colorful Knit Throw. Great for a living room or bedroom, free knit afghan patterns like this circular knitting afghan are great if you want your pattern to stand out! This knitting afghan pattern may look traditional, but free patterns for knitting never goes out of style! Free knitting patterns like this are great to make as gifts, and perfect for someone you may know who's moving into their first home or apartment.
Perfect for the knitter is new to the craft but eager to start making afghans, this Knit Stripes and Waves Afghan will help add a touch of color to your living room. To make this knit blanket pattern more girl friendly, feel free to substitute pink yarn instead. If you love the look of granny square afghans, learn how to make a variety of knit blanket squares and afghans with the items in this collection!
This colorful afghan pattern features a basic granny square motif with lovely colorways you'll obsess over. Learn how to knit triangles to create a captivating design with this darling pattern. Get a look that almost resembles argyle with the textures of this knit square pattern. Make texture the focus of your next project when you learn this stitch.
Knitters who are looking for a challenge should try this square. Be sure to keep track of your counting as you alternate those purls and knits! Create pretty puff stitches when you follow the instructions for this pretty knit square. It also uses super bulky yarn which is my all time favorite so it works up fairly quickly and has lovely loft and warmth.
The subtle striping is modern yet not so bold as to take the stage over the texture. Like with so many of my projects, if you can knit and purl, you can do this.
You do need to be really comfortable with the seed stitch. Baby beginners can get a little tripped up with that stitch, so just be sure you have it down. So, is this a beginner knit blanket? Should it be your first knitting project ever? But if you have knit a few things, or you just want a pretty and easy knit, this is a good one!
Would you choose different colors if you were to make this? What I like about these colors is that they go with everything and are pretty much timeless. I chose my colors, now you choose what you like. Many of you have inspired me by taking these patterns and creating true beauties with bright and striking colors!
The super bulky yarn and large knitting needles make it a fairly quick knit and the chunky wool blend yarn makes it a cozy and beautiful home accent. Easy stitches create lofty textures and the play on stockinette stitch adds a unique and unexpected beauty to the blanket. Make this in the lapghan size to easily toss over your legs on a cool night or make the full size throw blanket. The lapghan size also doubles as a stunning baby blanket.
At times the pattern will simply instruct you to work the seed stitch on the 6 stitch border without indicating specific stitches. To knit the seed stitch you simply knit the purl stitches and purl the knit stitches.
This pattern uses the seed stitch and the andalusian stitch a variation of stockinette. By making simple color changes, you will create the modern striping. A seed stitch border is worked on the sides. This stitch count is important to make the pattern work correctly so ensure that you have the correct amount of stitches on your needle and place stitch markers where necessary. Row 2 Work seed stitch for first 6 stitches, purl across to last 6 stitches, work seed stitch in last six stitches.
Row 3 Work seed stitch for first 6 stitches, then k1,p1 across the row to last six stitches, work seed stitch in last six stitches. Row 4 Work seed stitch for first 6 stitches, purl across row to last 6 stitches, work seed stitch in last 6 stitches.
You will now repeat these two sections, the Seed Stitch Section followed by the Andalusian Stitch Section, for the remainder of the blanket. Cast off after you complete the 5th seed stitch stripe section for the lapghan size, and the 7 th seed stitch stripe section for the throw blanket. Weave in those ends! You will have a total of 5 seed stitch sections and 4 andalusian sections in the completed lapghan blanket and 7 seed stitch sections with 6 andalusion stitch stripes for the throw blanket.
Beautiful, warm, and a quick gift to knit. No charts or graphs to follow. This Sunshine Chevron knitting pattern from Knit Picks takes advantage of knit and purl stitches. The pattern includes both written and charted directions, perfect for knitters of all levels. Makes a great gift for a gender neutral baby shower. This baby blanket knitting pattern has written instructions for all three! The pattern calls for a light worsted or worsted weight yarn in Berroco pima cotton. Cotton yarn for knitting baby blankets works well year-round but is especially great in the summer.