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  • Striped Scarf

    Simple striped scarf worked in eleven different colors. Size 3½" wide and 78" long Yarn Muench Naturwolle (100% wool; 110 yd [100 m]/100 g): 1 skein each in 11 different colors Gauge 18 sts = 3½" wide, with rib relaxed. Exact gauge is not important. Tools • Size 11 ...
    Posted to Free Patterns by AmyPalmer on Aug 7, 2009
    Filed under: Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves, Accessories, Knitscene, Easy knitting patterns, #4 - Medium, Free Pattern, Beginner, KnitScene 2005, Scarves and Belts, Women, Scarf
  • Ruffle Scarf

    This ruffled scarf incorporates short-rows to acheive the ruffle effect. Great beginner project. Size About 4½" wide and 84" along ruffled edge Yarn Stacy Charles Galaxy (50% viscose, 25% acrylic, 15% nylon, 5% polyester, 5% cupro; 92 yd [84 m]/50 g): #3 pink/blue/gold metallic, 4 balls...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Aug 6, 2009
    Filed under: Women, #5 - Bulky, Scarves and Belts, Scarves, Accessories, Easy knitting patterns, Short-rows, KnitScene 2005, Free Pattern, Beginner
  • Myopia Scarf

    An easy knitted scarf using roving for yarn. On size 50 needles, this scarf is a quick knit and creates dramatic results. Practice easy lace with this project. Designer Sharon Riggs Finished Size 8" wide and 134" long. Yarn Louet Dyed Corriedale Roving (100% wool): burnt orange, 1 lb. Needles...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Tricia G on Jul 29, 2009
    Filed under: Free Patterns, Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves, Free Pattern, Easy, Women, free Interweave knitting pattern, free, #6 - Super Bulky, interweave knits fall 2009, Sharon Riggs, Roving
  • Star Scarf

    Easy lace scarf worked on large needles for a gauzy effect. This lace pattern is easy for the beginner. A crochet edging gives the scarf structure. Designer Eunny Jang Finished Size 91⁄4" wide and 48" long, after blocking (about 5" wide and 60" long before blocking). Yarn Valley...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Tricia G on Jul 29, 2009
    Filed under: Free Patterns, Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves, Free Pattern, Easy, Women, Lace, free Interweave knitting pattern, Eunny Jang, interweave knits fall 2009, Free Knitted Lace Patterns, lace knitting, lace knitting pattern, knitted lace scarf, free lace knitting patterns, #0 - Lace
  • Herringbone Rib Socks

    Designer: Kristi Schueler Published: May 22, 2009 Technique: Knitting Skill Level: Intermediate. A stitch pattern resembling herringbone weave helps to blend the colors of handpainted yarn; the bold ribs add stretch for a more forgiving fit. This versatile unisex pattern may well become one of the go...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on May 22, 2009
    Filed under: Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, free sock knitting patterns, Socks, Free Pattern, #1 - Super Fine, Women, Socks and Legwarmers, knit, gift
  • Team Color Crocheted Wristlets

    These simply shaped, striped wristlets are worked mostly in single crochet through the back loop for a close-fitting ribbing with occasional stripes works in double crochet at one end to provide the flair needed for them to fit comfortable over the lower hand to the thumb. Perfect for brisk spring days...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Mar 25, 2009
    Filed under: Crochet, Interweave Free Crochet Pattern, #4 - Medium, Free Pattern, Easy, Women, Wristlets, Gloves and Mittens, teens
  • Blooming Cotton Scarf

    A no-finish fringe made by cutting and raveling edge stitches finishes off the Blooming Cotton Scarf. Centered dots of contrast, slipped and stretched over two rows, call to mind the deeply colored hearts of common garden pansies. Three bonus coloroways inspired by the elements are also available. Designer...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Mar 6, 2009
    Filed under: Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves, #4 - Medium, Free Pattern, Colorwork, Intermediate, Women, Eunny Jang, Shawls and Stoles, Interweave Knits Spring 2009
  • Basic Entrelac Scarf

    If you're new to entrelac and need a basic pattern to get started, you're in luck! I just started an easy scarf and thought it would make a great beginner entrelac project. I made up the instructions based on Eunny Jang's Beyond the Basics article on entrelac, so if you have that article...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Jan 30, 2009
    Filed under: Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves, #4 - Medium, Free Pattern, Intermediate, Scarves and Belts, Women, how-to, knitting, Entrelac
  • Norwegian Gloves

    These gloves will be perfect for next winter: The double layer of wool yarn created by knitting with two colors at a time makes them warm and sturdy. Coordinating the colored pattern with the glove shaping makes this a challenging project best suited for knitters experienced with multicolored knitting...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Jan 16, 2009
    Filed under: Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Free Pattern, Colorwork, #2 - Fine, Intermediate, Women, fair isle, Gloves and Mittens, knitting, Gloves
  • Ribbed Scarf

    This springy scarf is modeled after one featured in Volume 6 of Weldon’s Practical Needlework (Facsimile reproduction, Loveland, Colorado: Interweave Press, 2002). The original was worked in fingering-weight wool in two sections, each worked downward from the center back neck. I knitted this version...
    Posted to Free Patterns by tbeard on Oct 1, 2008
    Filed under: Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves, Liz Gipson, Crochet, Free Pattern, Easy, #3 - Light, Scarves and Belts, Women, Knit &amp
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