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7 Free Easy Knitting Patterns

Jan 10, 2014

Maybe you're a bit new to knitting, but you want to make something simple that won't look like a beginner pattern. Maybe you're a long-time knitter, but life is pretty complicated right now and you'd like some easy knitting—soothing and trouble-free.

What can you knit that will be easy enough and relaxing enough as your needles click along, and yet have style and a little bit of "wow!" when the knitting is done?

Answer: One of the patterns from Easy Knits from Knitting Daily: 7 Free Easy Knitting Patterns!

    
Easy-Peasy Fingerless Mitts Rainbow Cowl
Ribby Slipper Socks Knitting Needle Knitting Bag
Super-Simple Wrap Jacket Green Tea Raglan

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Easy Knitted Hat
The Green Tea Raglan is all knits and purls in a gorgeous top; the Knitting Needle Knitting Bag knits up quickly with large needles, which are then glued onto the final row of stitches. Everyone in your family will want our Easy Hat. It's a quick, fun knit that you can finish with a pompom. Or not!

The Ribby Slipper Socks are made with an ingenious construction that doesn't require a genius knitter; the Super-Simple Wrap Cardigan, a graceful cardi in "five easy pieces" of stockinette stitch with a garter stitch belt; beautiful and stylish, the Rainbow Cowl is a sure winner.

We've rounded out this easy collection with a pair of Easy-Peasy Fingerless Mitts, which are really just glorified knitted squares. Easy indeed.

There you are—seven simple knitting projects with knockout results. Download 7 Free Easy Knitting Patterns now and get started!

Here's to easy knitting!

Cheers,


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Jackieelena wrote
on Mar 2, 2014 3:48 PM

this is a great site,you answer questions so that I can actually understand them. thank you

on Jan 11, 2014 5:27 PM

Thank you so much for these fantastic patterns! I love everyone of them! I so admire the thoughtful designs of Interweave Knits. Always thoughtful, special and fabulous. Unfortunately I haven't been able to make use of them all. I refuse to give up knitting, but I am plagued with arthritic joints and connective tissue problems which limits my choices in which designs I can go for. I can use the needle sizes here. The tiny ones, sadly I can't. And the yarns are all practical choices I can find in my area or workable substitutes. May I ask, can you include information more often on ways knitters with limits can make adjustments to a pattern where necessary? I would so love to use many many more interweave designs!

on Jan 11, 2014 5:26 PM

Thank you so much for these fantastic patterns! I love everyone of them! I so admire the thoughtful designs of Interweave Knits. Always thoughtful, special and fabulous. Unfortunately I haven't been able to make use of them all. I refuse to give up knitting, but I am plagued with arthritic joints and connective tissue problems which limits my choices in which designs I can go for. I can use the needle sizes here. The tiny ones, sadly I can't. And the yarns are all practical choices I can find in my area or workable substitutes. May I ask, can you include information more often on ways knitters with limits can make adjustments to a pattern where necessary? I would so love to use many many more interweave designs!

CynthB wrote
on Jan 11, 2014 12:20 PM

@sheilla Keep all the stitches on the DPNs. Just TURN the work when you get to the end of a row and then purl the purl stitches & knit the knit stitches. Turn again when you reach the end of the row. The work won't be joined between the 1st & 3rd needles for the heel. You'll then pick up stitches along the selvage to create the cuff.

sheilla wrote
on Jan 10, 2014 5:15 PM

Good afternoon:

I'm hoping you can help me with one of these patterns, the Ribby Slipper Socks. I don't know how to change from knitting in the round to knitting flat, as the pattern calls for after round 6 to begin the leg opening. I've searched the internet and simply can't find anything relating to that. I've tried but all my stitches won't fit on one needle.

So how does one unjoin rounds to knit flat?  Help!!!!

Thanks for any assistance you can provide. I'd like to understand the "ingenious construction"! I don't have any LYS so this is maddening ...

sheilla wrote
on Jan 10, 2014 5:15 PM

Good afternoon:

I'm hoping you can help me with one of these patterns, the Ribby Slipper Socks. I don't know how to change from knitting in the round to knitting flat, as the pattern calls for after round 6 to begin the leg opening. I've searched the internet and simply can't find anything relating to that. I've tried but all my stitches won't fit on one needle.

So how does one unjoin rounds to knit flat?  Help!!!!

Thanks for any assistance you can provide. I'd like to understand the "ingenious construction"! I don't have any LYS so this is maddening ...

sheilla wrote
on Jan 10, 2014 5:15 PM

Good afternoon:

I'm hoping you can help me with one of these patterns, the Ribby Slipper Socks. I don't know how to change from knitting in the round to knitting flat, as the pattern calls for after round 6 to begin the leg opening. I've searched the internet and simply can't find anything relating to that. I've tried but all my stitches won't fit on one needle.

So how does one unjoin rounds to knit flat?  Help!!!!

Thanks for any assistance you can provide. I'd like to understand the "ingenious construction"! I don't have any LYS so this is maddening ...