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24 Quick and Easy Knitting Patterns
Church is not the only place to find peace. I've heard of people who pray while vacuuming the carpet or doing laundry. Get spiritual while washing the dishes with the Heavenly Hands Dishcloth. This adorable knitted dishcloth pattern features a praying hand design. This pattern would also make a great hot dish oven pad at a prayer group or a church gathering. This makes a great project for the intermediate knitter. Happy holy knitting!
Store all your itty bitty essentials in this practical (and adorable) knit basket pattern. Make your own Every Knitter's Favorite Basket project using 100% wool, so it can easily be felted once it's complete. Felting this pattern will result in a sturdy bowl that can be used for a variety of purposes, including decorative. Just fill your bowl with sea shells or potpourri and place it on the coffee table for the perfect centerpiece. No matter how you use your bowl, you'll love the way it looks.
Who says you can't make granny squares if you're a knitter! Well, in this case, we're technically making Loom Knit Granny Rounds, but either way it's pretty neat. Just use this free tutorial from Kristen Mangus and learn how to use this easy loom knitting project to create a Granny Round. Once you're done, you can use these rounds as trendy coasters, or sew them together to create a funky afghan.
Looking for a free and easy knitting pattern? This Pretty Pink Knit Dishcloth is a great way to perk up your daily dishwashing, and can also be used as a hot pad. The dishcloth is a perfect housewarming gift that is simple and easy to make, especially for beginners.
What happens when you mix knitting skills, thinking outside of the box and garden supplies? You come up with this fabulous Garden Twine Doormat. Yes, you read that right. This knit rug is made up of actual garden twine. Who said free knitting patterns had to play by the rules. Whether you use this pattern to spruce up your doorway or if you give it away as a gift, I know you'll enjoy knitting with this unusual fiber. Some paint is also required for this project, if you wish to create the darker, fence-like pattern as pictured on the rug to the right.
Place these easy Knit Maple Leaves in a glass bowl on the table and you have the perfect fall centerpiece. Knit in the garter stitch with a little i-cord stem, these knitting instructions look beautiful in earthy autumn tones, but also look great in lively shades of green too.
Make your home sparkle with this tiny little knit Christmas ornament. The Silver Star Ornament is a sweet little star that will add some glitz and glam to your mantle, doorway, chandelier, or tree. Try making a few of these little guys and hanging them from an entry way at different lengths for a whimsical holiday decorating idea. There's no wrong way to decorate with these cute little Silver Star Ornaments. Happy holiday knitting!
When it's chilly and you're looking for something to snuggle up to, look no further than this warm knit Aran pillow. This easy to knit pillow pattern is a classic Irish cable knit design referred to as Aran. Warm and cozy, classy and elegant, this pillow is beautiful and functional. Update your home decor today with this lovely Irish pattern!
Keep your tree warm this holiday with the Tiny Sweater Ornament. This adorable homemade Christmas ornament is a fun way to add a DIY touch to your tree. The Tiny Sweater Ornament is a charming way to get rid of extra scraps of yarn. If you so desire, this would be a great way to make personalized Christmas ornaments for your friends and family. This is one Christmas ornament you can't pass up.
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