Card Making. See for yourself in the patterns below, then download and start knitting! You've been warned: Fair Isle knitting — a type of stranded knitting that traditionally uses no more than two colors per row — is straight-up addictive. After all, who could resist all that beautiful detail?! Dig into the technique and bring on the color with the below patterns — you can get 'em all totally free! Knitting isn't just a hobby, it's a lifestyle! Here's how to know if your life has become hopelessly entangled with yarn.
When you first begin knitting, reading patterns and charts may be the most challenging aspect. After all, to a novice "K5 yo, k2tog, ssk, knit to end" looks like utter gibberish.
But don't stress — keep this guide close and you'll be able to decode even the trickiest line. Reach way back to your middle school memories and you might remember learning about pi in math class. Knit some angels for your little angels! One for each grandson and granddaughter should be enough to keep them feeling protected each Christmas. If you want the cutest way to present the little ones with a tube of chapstick as a stocking stuffer or just a tiny stocking for your least-favorite grandson , this is the way to go.
Anyone reading through this collection must have an undeniable passion for knitting. What better way to showcase that passion than by making adorable knitting themed ornaments for your tree? You'll love how cute these look adorning your tree.
Knit them one of each, or give them a set in different colors. They will ooh and ahh. Nothing screams "Buy me yarn for Christmas! This year, they'll get the message. If you're lucky enough to actually have a friend who also knits, she'll definitely appreciate this little ball of yarn and garter stitch swatch ornament. Knit an ornament that showcases the actual way you store your needles in real life: by sticking 'em in the ball of yarn. These are cute because you can knit them in all different colors and pass out to your knitting group!
Alternatively, you can keep them all for yourself and fill your tree with them. Because we know how much you loved the exciting collection of patterns above, we thought we'd throw in a few extra. Your home can never have too many pieces of knit decor , so we know you will love to make and use these patterns, too! Everyone who visits your home will be immediately filled with Christmas cheer and smiles.
Have a happy holiday! The white color of this wreath makes it perfect for snowy Christmas, the leaves make it perfect for autumn, and the shape of the leaves are similar to sand dollars or seashells, so you can even keep it up in the summer. Basically, you'll only have to take this wreath down in spring.
Or don't. These little knit bears are so cute, you're not going to want to take them down at the end of the season! We recommend knitting them dresses in a different color, like purple, so you don't have to be embarrassed when friends come over in February and these are still hanging around the house.
If you're the kind of person who will gladly spend their time knitting a pillow they could only put on display for a month or two out of the year: we are the same person, and this is our next project. Your tree is cold! These can be used as ornaments or gifts for your loved ones. If your Christmas decoration is not complete without a reindeer, you can knit it beautifully in this way.
It is so cute and colorful! Have some small embroidery rings lying idle in your closet. Use them to make knitted ornaments and decor items for Christmas in this manner. Give your dining space some Scandinavian accents with this lovely decor featuring with a knitted lampshade. You grant Prime Publishing, its Affiliates and sublicensees the right to use the name that you submit in connection with the Materials. You agree to submit Materials to us in accordance with all guidelines for use of the Service posted on the Prime Publishing web site or of which you are otherwise notified "Guidelines" , as these Guidelines may be changed in the future.
You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold Prime Publishing and its Affiliates harmless from all claims, liabilities, damages, and expenses including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees and expenses arising from your breach of any representation or warranty set forth in this paragraph.
You agree that you will not submit Materials that are unlawful, pornographic, libelous, defamatory, tortious, obscene, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable, or that otherwise violate general Prime Publishing community standards.
We expressly reserve the right to remove or not make available any Materials that we deem to be in violation of this Agreement, applicable laws or our community standards in our sole discretion.
You agree that you will not upload, post, e-mail or otherwise transmit Materials to us or our Affiliates that contain software viruses or any other computer code, files, or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment. Although we have the right to include your Materials in the Service or in any Media, we do not have the obligation to do so. We may, in our sole discretion and for any reason, refuse the Materials or remove them from our Service at any time.
We reserve the right to change any of the terms of this Agreement or any Specifications or Guidelines governing the Service at any time in our sole discretion. All changes will be effective upon posting to the Service. However, for all changes to this Agreement, excluding Specifications and Guidelines, we will post a notice of change for thirty 30 days. You are responsible for reviewing the notice and any applicable changes. Without our prior written consent, you may not use our intellectual property, including, without limitation, our trademarks, trade names, trade dress, or copyrighted material, in any manner.
Prime Publishing and its Affiliates may communicate with you in connection with the Service, electronically and in other Media, and you consent to such communications regardless of any "Customer Communication Preferences" or similar preferences or requests you may have indicated on the web sites of Prime Publishing or its Affiliates or by any other means. This Agreement will be governed by the laws of the United States of America and the state of Washington, without reference to rules governing choice of laws.
Find the free cosy patterns here: link. Scandi Christmas Cushion This eye-catching cushion is just the thing to get you in the holiday mood and is a classy way to decorate your home for the Christmas period. Free knitting pattern: link. Santa Cushion Even Father Christmas needs a quiet evening in every now and then. Free Santa pillow pattern: link. Christmas Tree Advent Calendar This beautiful advent calendar will help you count down to Christmas with small surprises every day.
Free afghan knitting pattern: link. The Santa Dishcloth Free Christmas knitting pattern for a santa dishcloth. Free Christmas tree knitting pattern: link. Holiday Sweater Wreath Oh what fun it is to knit this collection of mini holiday sweaters! Watch now. Learn how to make a Cat Block Quilt. We have a number of styles from beginner to Pro and there's something for everyone. This has been a hugely popular project and there's an excellent video to show you how.
Knitters get your needles ready! We have 5 fantastic free patterns that will knock your socks off. He is a quick knit and knitted flat using only small amounts of yarn. Designed by PhoenyxKnits. Hanging Christmas tree ornaments with a cute animals in Christmas stockings.
All parts are knitted flat and sewn up at the end. Designed by Sachiyo Ishii. DK weight yarn. These miniature Christmas sweaters can be used as ornaments, package toppers, bottle toppers, or egg cozies. Instructions for Christmas tree motif, Norwegian star, snowflake embroidery, ornament embroidery, string of lights embroidery, and menorah.
Designed by Miriam Felton. Fingering weight yarn. The pattern includes instructions for Santa and Snowman wreaths the right size to hang on a tree or anywhere.
Winter Snowballs This free knitting pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Icicle Garland Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Garter Stitch Christmas Gnome Free knitting pattern using dk-weight yarn. Jolly Santa Basket Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Minutia '17 This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Little Christmas Tree A free knitting pattern using dk-weight yarn.
Cascade Christmas Stocking This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Christmas Tree Stocking A free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Jolly Pickle Ornament Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Christmas Stripes Set This free knitting pattern uses bulky-weight yarn. Little Elf Baby Hat Free knitting pattern using dk-weight yarn.
Bulky Baubles This free knitting pattern uses super bulky-weight yarn. Christmas Tree A free knitting pattern. Christmas Stocking Trio Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Designed by Rebecca Danger, this pattern also includes a holiday elf and two Christmas monsters to knit.