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Knitted Scarf Patterns Volume 2: Even more of your favorite knit scarf patterns
As the temperature heats up and plant buds unfold into beautiful flowers, why shouldn't your knitting take on a summery approach too! In this beautiful collection, How to Knit Flowers 13 Easy Knitting Patterns, we'll explore 13 patterns inspired by nature.
Dress up your drink and keep your fingers from getting fried with the Woven Cable Coffee Cozy. This attractive coffee sleeve pattern is a fun way to use up excess yarn while creating a unique accessory for your morning cup o' joe. Knit one for a tea drinking diva or a coffee loving cutie. No one will ever turn down an adorable knit cozy pattern like this one.
Mason jar crafts and decorations are all the rage, and this darling knit cozy pattern is no exception. These Cable Stitch Jar Cozies are the perfect finishing touch to any of your bare and boring mason jars. Classic cable stitches make these cozies a charmingly rustic addition to any room of your home or apartment. Fill them with candy for an easy, last-minute present or put freshly picked flowers in them for a creative vase option.
Easily embellish your knit sweaters, afghans, scarves and more with this 6 Petal Flower. The free knit flower pattern is created by knitting 6, same sized petals separately. To assemble, simply sew the petals together starting at the base.
This has now become my favorite free knit flower pattern. Not only can you complete the 45 Minute Flower in hardly any time at all, but it's extremely versatile. Attach them to a plain headband or use them to embellish a sweater or belt.
If you're addicted to coffee, stay tuned for the only knit cozy pattern you'll ever need. Dress up your old, boring cups with the Cabled Coffee Sweater. This adorable knitted coffee cozy will keep not only your hands safe from the searing heat of the cup but also the coffee on the inside just as warm as the moment you poured it. The Cabled Coffee Sweater is sure to have you getting in your daily dose of caffeine in style. You don't have to be coffee-obsessed to pick up this quick and easy knit pattern. Make a coffee cozy for loved ones who simply can't seem to put down the coffee. They'll simply love their new knit cup cozy and use it over and over again.
Blossoming Knitted Flowers are adorable accents for any of your projects. This easy knit flower pattern is great for making flowers to add to headbands, dresses, and hats. Use your leftover yarn scraps quickly and easily with these cute flowers. This adorable flower applique pattern will add a touch of springtime to all of your knitting projects. We love the Blossoming Knitted Flowers in light pastels or bold neon colors for fun spring and summer accents!
So you enjoy knitting scarves, hats and sweaters in a variety of colors and sizes but did you know that you can knit your own accessories, too? From simple knit jewelry patterns to cute-and-chic wristbands and bracelets, it's amazing how many free patterns are available for trendy accessories. To help get you started working on patterns that may be outside of your normal knitting schedule, I've pulled together some of my favorite knit accessories from AllFreeKnitting. In this collection of 23 patterns, you'll discover easy knit headband patterns topped with bows, unique solutions for telling keys apart, electronic cozies, knit flowers, simple knit buttons and more.
Throw a high society tea party with the Vintage Charm Cup Cozy. This sweet little knit cozy pattern reminds us of old Jane Austen novels where ladies would sit for high tea in their English countryside homes while nibbling on crumpets. This cute little cozy is knit with the seed stitch and features two Victorian-style shiny buttons. This would make a great gift for tea and coffee lovers alike. The Vintage Charm Cup Cozy is so cute you'll want to stick your pinky out with every sip.
Making hair bows is a simple way to add a pop of color to your hair without going overboard. In this free Addictive Knit Bows tutorial, you'll find two variations of hand knit bows a small ribbed bow and a larger garter stitch bow. Whether your turn your bows into stylish hairclips, use them to embellish a knit sweater or afghan, or transform one into a necklace, you'll love how easy they are to make. If you have tons of colorful scrap yarn lying around the house, this is a great way to use it all up!
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