Marrying the best of knit and crochet can provide amazing result. These sister techniques share much in the way of their traditions and rich history, and continue to complement each other even today. Here at Knitting Daily, we’ve welcomed a little crochet into our world with this collection of free crochet and knitting patterns.
Knitted cables flow seamlessly through the Lacy Cables Scarf, made unique with the elegant mesh embellishments. The Snow Queen Hat is a simple, yet delightful knit hat featuring a motif-framed brim. Yarn is shaped around motifs in the Snowflake Sweater, calling on a clever seaming technique bringing the pieces together. The Mélange Turtleneck has a halo of baby alpaca and artful technique lending to its full fashion, tailored fit. Finally, you’ll become fast friends with Coco and Holly, topsy-turvy doll duo calling upon both knitting and crocheting techniques. Download Sensational Knit and Crochet: 5 Free Knitting and Crochet Patterns and get all five designs.
Get knitting/crocheting with this free collection of scarf, hat, sweater, and doll patterns!
Expand your needlework skills by joining your love of knitting with our sister technique, crochet. Each of the project in this exclusive collection were selected for their style, appeal, and wonderful representation of both knitting/crochet. From a cabled scarf, to sweater and hat, you’ll find a little bit of knitting and crocheting fun in every design.
Lacy Cables Scarf by Annette Petavy
The core of this scarf is formed with waves of cables and 1×1 ribs, bordered by garter stitch. This base is framed with simple mesh crochet stitch, adding an elegant touch to the final design.
Snow Queen Hat by Anastasia Popova
This snowy hat uses just the knit stitch worked in the round for the entire base. Crochet motifs are worked before being added to the brim to frame the hat and add depth. The perfect project for novice knitters/crocheters and experts alike, with this hat you’ll dress your head in style.
Snowflake Sweater by Mari Lynn Patrick
You’ll draw upon your knitting skills to shape the yarn around each crocheted motif in this sweater design. A clever crochet technique forms the seams that pull the garment together and add even more fun.
Mélange Turtleneck by Katie Himmelberg
Baby alpaca yarn lends its comfortingly soft halo to this sweater. By combining knitting/crocheting techniques you get a tailored fit body and feminine lace sleeves, all in one. Wear it on its own or layered over a long-sleeve top for added warmth.
Coco Holly Topsy-Turvy Doll by Annie Modesitt
Knitting and crocheting make fast friends in this doll pattern. The socialite Coco is knitted on one side while her hippie chick friend Holly is crocheted on the other. Just flip them over to show that the other one is hidden underneath the pretty dress. You’ll love how these friendly dolls utilize knitting/crochet in fun ways.
What are you waiting for? Download your free crochet and knitting patterns eBook to get all five of these patterns
Wonderful fiber delights await knitters of all skill levels with this free eBook. In this collection of patterns, we’ve gathered five projects that show off the wonderful combination of knitting/crochet. What better project to begin with than a knit and crochet scarf? Blend knit cables with an elegant crochet mesh border to create a textured, beautiful design. Hats are a wonderful project to try new techniques on, which is why we love this next knitting and crocheting pattern so much! The body of the hat is worked in knit stitch in the round, and then brimmed with a set of crochet motifs that you are sure to love. Step up to the next level with a snowy sweater, which calls upon your knitting skills to shape yarn around the front and back crochet motifs. Our next sweater had tailored fit, featuring and knit body and lacy crocheted sleeves. Finally, go topsy-turvy with a doll duo, one knit and the other crocheted. Try one or try them all, download all five free knitting and crochet patterns today.