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  1. Felted Bags Make some felted knit bags with these free knitting patterns.
  2. Booties Keep your baby's tiny toes warm with these baby bootie knitting patterns. These baby knits are easy to make and take so little time. You can make a pair in every color of the rainbow.
  3. Hats Easy knit hat patterns are perfect for baby. Keep your little angel's head warm with these free knitting patterns. Baby hat patterns are a quick project and they're extra cute.
  4. Baby Sets Knit a cute baby set with free knitting patterns. Always make for great baby shower gifts.
  5. Sweaters Knit a baby sweater for your little one using free knitting patterns. These knit patterns will keep your baby warm all winter.
  6. Baby Blankets Keep your baby cozy with these knitted baby afghan patterns. They're so easy to make and they're so incredibly comfy. Pick from these free knitting patterns and make your baby smile.
  7. Gloves and Mittens Free knitting patterns can be made out of gloves and mittens.
  8. Hats Free knitting patterns can be used to make men's knit hats.
  9. Scarves Free knitting patterns can be used to make mens' knit scarves.
  10. Sweaters and Vests Use free knitting patterns to make men's knit sweaters.
  11. Dog Sweaters Free knitting patterns can be used to make knit dog sweaters.
  12. Tanks Free knitting patterns for tank tops are perfect for the summer. You don't have to wait for the winter to wear a handmade knitted item. These free knitting patterns have you covered for the warm months too.
  13. Boot Cuffs Stay warm on chilly autumn nights with the help of these stylish knit boot cuffs. Knitters of all ages will love slipping on a pair of boot cuffs to complete his or her outfit.
  14. Knit Belts
  15. Headbands Keep your hair out of the way with these cute knit headband patterns. From headbands to keep your ears warm to fun accessories, we have everything type of headband you'll need.
  16. Knit Jewelry
  17. Tips for Knitting
  18. Video Tutorials
  19. Collections Find the perfect pattern for almost any occasion in these delightful collections of free knitting patterns.
  20. Cable Hats Free knitting patterns can be used to make these cable hats for summertime.
  21. Knit Berets Use free knitting patterns to make knit berets.
  22. Ribbed Hats Free knitting patterns are great when you're wanting to make ribbed hats.
  23. Earflap Hats Use free knitting hat patterns to create your own tie hats.
  24. 4th of July Knits Use free knitting patterns to make fun crafts for the 4th of July.
  25. Christmas Knits Use free knitting patterns to create Christmas knits.
  26. Easter Knits Easter free knitting patterns can be really cute when they're for you or a friend.
  27. Halloween Knits Free knitting patterns are fun when you're making Halloween knits.
  28. St. Patrick's Day Knits St. Patrick's day free knitting patterns can be really fun to wear around during this holiday.
  29. Thanksgiving Knits Use these free knitting patterns to make some cute Thanksgiving decorations.
  30. Valentine's Day Knits Free Valentine's day knitting patterns will make you fall in love all over again.
  31. Baskets Free knitting patterns come in handy when you are trying to knit a basket.
  32. Bath Knits
  33. Dishcloths and Washcloths Use knit dishcloths for great gifts.
  34. Kitchen and Dining
  35. Pillows
  36. Rugs Use free knitting patterns to make some creative knit rugs.
  37. Potholders Easy knitting patterns are used to make potholders for your kitchen.
  38. Children's Gloves and Mittens Knit some gloves and mittens for your child.
  39. Children's Knit Scarves Use free knitting patterns to make knit scarves for your children. These make for great gifts as they're easy to make.
  40. Children's Sweaters Using free knit sweater patterns you can make your children some nice sweaters for the chilly seasons.
  41. Knit Children's Hats
  42. Cable Afghans Browse through these fabulous cable afghan patterns and give it a go! They're simple, easy and they look phenomenal laid over your couch or wrapped tight around you.
  43. Knit Throws
  44. Loom Hats Easy knitting patterns are fun to make when you have a loom hat pattern.
  45. Loom Scarves Free knitting patterns are great when you have loom patterns.
  46. Loom Socks Free knitting patterns also use loom patterns for your socks.
  47. Loom Wraps Free loom knitting patterns are great to have.
  48. Cardigans Layer up with one of these delightful cardigan knitting patterns. Whether you need something for the office or a night out, you'll find the perfect pattern here.
  49. Shrugs and Boleros Create a cute, light layer with these knit shrug and bolero patterns. Throw a shrug over your shoulders to feel warm in any season.
  50. Tote Knit yourself a tote with a free knitting pattern. Each free knit tote is fabulous and affordable. You'll never go anywhere without it.
  51. Amigurumi
  52. Infinity Scarves Winter weather is no match for one of these cute infinity scarf patterns. Wrapping one of these scarves around your neck is the best way to stay warm and look great in any season.
  53. Neck Warmers Cuddle up with a cozy knit neck warmer to keep out the cold. These quick patterns are a great alternative to full on scarves or cowls.
  54. Knit Ponchos Use free knitting patterns like these knit ponchos.
  55. Cable Socks Use free knitting patterns to make knit cable socks.
  56. Slippers Keep your toes warm on a cold night with these knitted slipper patterns. You can make a pair for yourself and a friend.
  57. Leg Warmers Free knitting patterns allow you to make leg warmers to keep you warm in the winter.
  58. Book Reviews Popular craft books reviewed.
  59. Product Reviews Popular craft products reviewed.
  60. Gloves Make yourself the perfect winter accessory with these patterns for knit gloves. You can take your knitting skills to the next level by challenging yourself to make a fun, useful project this season.
  61. Wrist-Warmers Free knitting patterns are useful when you are trying to make wrist-warmers.

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  1. 1 Hour Sari Ribbon Netbook Case Why use a boring, store-bought computer case when you could make your own? The 1 Hour Sari Ribbon Netbook Case is a colorful, unique DIY laptop case you'll love showing off to your friends.
  2. 10 Minute Knit Ring Whether you're looking to use up colorful yarn scraps from your stash or if you're hoping to find an easy knitting pattern that's both fun and fast to make, this 10 Minute Knit Ring is just what you need. All you have to do is grab some scrap worste
  3. 20 Minute Bow Necklace The 20 Minute Bow Necklace is just what you need. This necklace is something that's fast and fun. Not only will you create a beautiful necklace with this pattern, but there are many other uses for this pattern.
  4. 23 Knit Headband Patterns and Other Simple Knit Accessories 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.
  5. 3 Headbands Three for the price of one! This basic pattern gives instructions for not just 1, but 3 Headbands. The 3 Headbands pattern makes a good starting point for a more complicated or appliqued head accessory.
  6. 45 Minute Flower 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.
  7. 6 Petal Flower 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.
  8. Addictive Knit Bows 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 tu
  9. Annabelle Lace Headband Learning how to make a headband has never been easier than with the Annabelle Lace Headband. This knit headband pattern combines simplicity and grace for a knitted accessory that's just as stylish as it is practical.
  10. Anthro-tastic Headband Wear an Anthropologie-inspired accessory without the designer price tag. Make this free knit headband pattern for an Anthro-tastic Headband.
  11. Anthropologie Inspired Bracelet Anthropologie is known for its unique pieces of jewelry. Unfortunately, this bohemian clothing outfitter is also known for its sky-high prices.
  12. Anthropologie Inspired Headband Can't get enough headbands? Then why not add this Anthropologie Inspired Headband to your collection? Follow these knitting instructions to make one for yourself or a friend.
  13. Around We Go Headband Learn how to make a headband better than the rest with the Around We Go Headband. This knit headband pattern is perfect for wear during the chillier months as it can be worn not only as a headband but also an ear warmer.
  14. Basic Buttoned Boot Cuffs Boot cuffs are the perfect little addition to any outfit. The Basic Buttoned Boot Cuffs will add a classic touch to your outfit, giving you an effortless, chic look. Perfect for beginners, this knook pattern is a breeze.
  15. Basket Weave Headband Looking for a simple way to tie back your hair? Say it all with this Basket Weave Headband: crafty, creative, and cute. You can whip this easy knitted headband pattern together in a jiffy.
  16. Beautiful Beaded Knit Necklace If you're bored of all the silver and gold jewelry in your jewelry box, or you're just itching for another knitting project, try making a Beautiful Beaded Knit Necklace. The combination of jewelry making and knitting is unstoppable.
  17. Beautiful Blossom Headband If you have a young daughter or granddaughter, you know how hard it can be to keep her hair out of her face. The Beautiful Blossom Headband is a cute and girly way to let her frolic and play without the distraction of her locks getting in the way.
  18. Beer Cozy Kick back and enjoy a cold one with this cute little Beer Cozy. This fun, simple knit cozy pattern is an easy afternoon craft for the beginning knitter. The cozy features an easy repeat pattern with a festive multi-colored worsted weight yarn.
  19. Binglebangles Give your wrists some color with this knitted pattern. Knit these bangles in a variety of colors and make more than one. These will make your wrists oh-so-happy!
  20. Black Ice Ear Warmer Fair Isle is a traditional knitting option that gives projects a festive touch, especially around the holidays. The Black Ice Ear Warmer offers an updated twist on the classic style.
  21. Blossoming Knitted Flowers 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.
  22. Boomerang Boot Cuffs Boot cuffs are all the rage, but they can be pricey. With this easy knitting pattern, youll learn how to knit boot cuffs without the department store price! The Boomerang Boot Cuffs are a bold and beautiful way to accessorize your boots this season.
  23. Bottle of Bubbly Striped Cozy Everyone loves a holiday toast, and now you can store the bubbly in this festive knit wine bottle sleeve. The Bottle of Bubbly Striped Cozy is a great way to jazz up your drink of choice while keeping it nice and cool.
  24. Bow and Ribbon Headbands I'm always looking for new DIY headband projects and these cute Bow and Ribbon Headbands fit the bill. Create two different styles of headbands with this easy knitting pattern. The hardest part is deciding which one to wear first!
  25. Bow Headband This charming knit headband pattern is the perfect finishing touch for all your autumn and winter outfits. The Bow Headband is a thick, warm, purple headband adorned with a sweet little bow.
  26. Braided Cable Headband Learn how to make a headband to get you through the winter with the Braided Cable Headband. This knit headband pattern is a great introduction to cable knitting. This gorgeous knit also makes a great gift for all of your gal pals!
  27. Broken Rib Headband Keep your ears nice and cozy using these free knitting instructions for a knit headband. This Broken Rib Headband has a stunning texture and only uses one skein of yarn.
  28. Cable Stitch Jar Cozies 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.
  29. Cabled Coffee Sweater 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 is guaranteed to keep your coffee warm.
  30. Cabled Container Cozy Do you hang on to old cans and containers to later be used as convenient little cup holders? The Cabled Container Cozy is the easy knit cozy pattern sure to turn drab into fab.
  31. Cabled Crown Headband You may not have any blue blood, but this beautiful knit headband pattern was made for royalty. The Cabled Crown Headband has a classic cabled stitch that reminds us of a gilded crown.
  32. Cabled Leaf Cozy This adorable cable knit cozy pattern is a great way to show your love of the environment and keep your drink from burning your hands at the same time. The Cabled Leaf cozy is a sweet knit cozy fastened with a little leaf button.
  33. Cabled Pocket Cozy Expect more from your coffee cozy with this cute knit coffee sleeve pattern. The Cabled Pocket Cozy has a nifty little pocket to hold a tea bag, coffee creamer, sweetener, or any other little bauble you can imagine.
  34. Celestial Ear Warmer The Celestial Ear Warmer is a knit headband pattern that's out of this world. This gorgeous galaxy ear warmer features deep purples, dark blues, and pretty teals with a sparkly star and moon buttons.
  35. Celtic Plait Coffee Cup Sleeve Pattern 'Tis the season of gift giving which means it's time you started on those knitting projects you've been putting off. For those of you searching for the perfect gift for your coffee-loving friends, try this Celtic Plait Coffee Cup Sleeve Pattern.
  36. Chic Turban Headband Turban style headbands are all the rage, so why not save a few bucks and make your own? The Chic Turban Headband is a trendy knit headband pattern you'll love being able to say you made.
  37. Classic Winter Ear Warmer This knit headband pattern reminds me of hot cocoa, sleigh rides, wrapping presents, throwing snowballs, and catching snowflakes on my tongue. There's something so wonderfully old fashioned and traditional about the Classic Winter Ear Warmer.
  38. Coffee Cup Cabled Cozy Introducing the Coffee Cup Cabled Cozy, a cozy that fits coffee cups with handles. Its secret is the cute three buttons that holds this cozy together. Sew the buttons after the knit project is completed.
  39. Coming Up Roses Free Knit Pattern Give tired pieces new life with the Coming Up Roses Free Knit Pattern. You'll learn how to knit a flower that will clean out your yarn stash and add a springy touch to old accessories. It's spring cleaning and spring style in one stylish swoop.
  40. Coral Lace Headband Pull your hair back in style with the Coral Lace Headband. Basic lace stitch skills are used to make this beautiful peachy-pink knit headband pattern. The Coral Lace Headband is perfect for year-round wear and is perfect for casual or dressy outfits.
  41. Country Charm Cuffs This lovely little knit bracelet pattern is a great way to get rid of old scraps of thick yarn while making a quirky, unique piece of jewelry. The Country Charm Cuffs is a great pattern for beginning knitters looking to finish a fun, quick project.
  42. Country Chic Knit Headband If you're looking to stay warm but you're not looking for a hat, try knitting this Country Chic Knit Headband. This impressive design ties cutely at the top, but is thick and warm in the back like a knit beanie.
  43. Cozy Weekend Headband If you love the look of colorful headbands, but don't enjoy the way they can uncomfortably dig into your scalp, consider creating your own comfy accessory using a knit headband pattern, like this Cozy Weekend Headband. Made with contrasting colors,
  44. Crazy In Love Knit Ring Some things are just cuter when you knit them. The Crazy In Love Knit Ring will charm everyone who sets eyes on it, making it a perfect gift for a friend or child.
  45. Creative Key Cozy Whether you want to spice up your key ring or maybe cut down on the jingling, the Creative Key Cozy is what you're looking for. It's easy to learn how to knit this pattern and you can use leftover yarn too.
  46. Creme de la Creme Headband Sometimes you want a knit hair accessory that does all the talking. The Creme de la Creme Headband is one of those stylish knits that's impossible to ignore. This adorable, cream colored knit headband pattern is adorned with a large, floppy bow.
  47. Crimson Berry Cluster Headband Feeling drowned out by all that white snow? Bring some color back into your winter with the Crimson Berry Cluster Headband. Easy to make, and warm, to boot, this headband will warm your ears and make you look like a winter princess.
  48. Crown of Moons and Stars Headband If you've been looking for a knit headband pattern with style and flair, we've got just the thing. The Crown of Moons and Stars Headband may not be the easiest way to learn how to knit a headband, but you won't mind the extra effort once you have the
  49. Cute and Colorful iPhone Cozies Keep your phone nice and safe in these Cute and Colorful iPhone Cozies. These easy-peasy DIY phone cases are a snap to make. The best part about these cozies is that you can customize them any way you want.
  50. Cute Bow Headband Create a fun accessory with the help of this Cute Bow Headband pattern. Youll love tying your hair back with a fun, handmade bow. You can easily adjust this pattern to fit any size, making this a great last minute gift to knit up.
  51. Cutie Pie Headband Put on a bold splash of color this winter with the Cutie Pie Headband. You'll keep your ears warm and your spirits high with this bright reminder of warmer weather.
  52. Dark Leaf Ear Warmers Fight off the chill of winter with knit headband patterns like this one for Dark Leaf Ear Warmers. Composed of simple knit and purl stitches, you'll be surprised at the rich texture that emerges from your needles as you keep knitting.
  53. Diagonal Rib Coffee Cup Sleeve As the holiday season approaches, it's time to get to work on all of the knitted gifts you've been putting off. If you're a little stumped on gift ideas, give this Diagonal Rib Coffee Cup Sleeve a try.
  54. Ditsy Daisy Hair Clip Freshen up your hairstyle with the Ditsy Daisy Hair Clip. This adorable DIY hair clip is essentially a knit flower pattern attached to a bobby pin.
  55. Doggie Carrier Bag This doggie carrier bag is a useful accessory that will make your life a little easier when cleaning up after your pet. Follow this pattern and you'll end up with a must have item you'll use daily.
  56. Double Bump Twisted Headband A good headband is everything. It can save a bad hair day by taming frizz, or enhance an outfit by adding a little pop of color. It's the first thing you reach for after a long day to get those pesky bangs out off your face.
  57. Ear Warmers Keep your ears warm in the cold weather with warmers! Use this free knitting pattern to make yourself a pair. You can also give them away as gifts to your friends.
  58. Easy Bahamas Belt If you have a few hours to spare, and are looking for a simple project to keep your hands busy, this Easy Bahamas Belt is just what you need. Created with sari ribbon yarn, this stockinette stitch belt is a fun and colorful spring accessory. Wear i
  59. Easy Brioche Turban Bohemian-chic is in, and this knitted headband pattern is great for keeping in touch with the latest fashion trend. The Easy Brioche Turban is the perfect knit headband pattern for beginners who want to knot how to make a headband.
  60. Easy Knit Boot Cuffs Learning how to knit boot cuffs has never been easier than with the Easy Knit Boot Cuffs. Knit entirely on straight needles with the use of the most basic knit and purl stitches, this free boot cuff knitting pattern is great for beginner knitters.
  61. Easy Knit Necklace It doesn't get much easier than this with the Easy Knit Necklace. This adorable, unique piece of jewelry is basically one long garter stitch rope, and it can be yours in no time at all.
  62. Easy Knitted Bows Frills and thrills, these Easy Knitted Bows are sure to add a special little girly touch to any of your knitting projects. This cute knit bow pattern would make a lovely applique for scarves, sweaters, baby hats, or knitted purses.
  63. Easy Lace Headband Keep the hair out of your eyes with a headband of your own creation! This Knit Lace Headband will be popular with girls and women who want to add a little homemade style to their look.
  64. Easy Stacking Bangles These beautiful Easy Stacking Bangles are a flirty and fun way to use up those last bits of yarn you can't seem to part with. These beautiful bracelets are simple, chic, and a great example of how adorable knitted jewelry can look.
  65. Easy Two Hour Belt Do you have a couple of hours to spare? If you do, why not spend that time making this trendy and thrifty accessory: the Easy Two Hour Belt. This knit belt pattern is great for cinching your waist and showing off those natural curves.
  66. Easy Woven Cable Headband The Easy Woven Cable Headpand features cable knitting patterns for a wonderful woven appearance. Bring this knitted headband pattern with you to amaze passersby as you stock up on warm and fashionable headbands before the cold arrives.
  67. Elbow Patch Knitting Pattern I know that old sweater, the one with a hole on the elbow. Don't throw it away. Instead, upcycle that sweater with the Elbow Patch Knitting Pattern. The cute and playful heart pattern is quick and easy.
  68. Electric Blue Knit Headband Pattern Lime green and bright cobalt blue collide in the Electric Blue Knit Headband Pattern. This fun and funky knit headband pattern is an easy knitting project and makes a great cold weather accessory, no matter the season.
  69. Everyday Zig Zag Headband This pretty yet practical knit headband pattern is perfect for days when your hair isn't cooperating. The Everyday Zig Zag Headband features a simple, classic stitch with a fun, contrasting i-cord border.
  70. Eyelet Headband No time to style your hair? Just throw on this headband for a convenient on-the-go look. This free knit pattern is a must-have accessory!
  71. Flower Pin Looking for a special way to jazz up your knitting patterns? Look no further than this adorable pink Flower Pin. Attach this cute flower to a hat, a scarf or a jacket for a new look that others will envy.
  72. Flower Power Knit Applique If you already know how to knit a flower, you've only encountered half of the fun. With the Flower Power Knit Applique you can outshine the rest (literally). This knit flower pattern is quite simple to follow along with.
  73. Flying Birds Cozy The Flying Birds Cozy design will have you sipping coffee (or tea!) in style. This must-have accessory will spice up your morning with a touch of spring. Perfect for those on-the-go and those just staying at home.
  74. French Press Coffee Cozy Serve coffee in style with the French Press Coffee Cozy. This adorable knit French press coffee cozy pattern is perfect for camping, entertaining, or any other situation where a French press coffee maker is being used.
  75. Friday Night Headband Learn how to make a headband you'll love forever with the Friday Night Headband. This easy knit headband pattern is perfect for beginner and veteran knitters alike. You don't want to miss out on this amazing knitting pattern.
  76. Friendship Bracelets You won't be able to make just one of these cute Friendship Bracelets. This easy to knit bracelet pattern makes a perfect gift for your BFF or yourself. Customize your bracelets with buttons and beads to show off your style.
  77. Frosted Cupcake Tea Cozy Sweeten up tea time with the Frosted Cupcake Tea Cozy. This adorable knitted cozy pattern fits snugly over a regular sized tea pot to turn into a giant chocolately frosted dessert.
  78. Fun Mustache Necklace Hop on the mustache bandwagon with the Fun Mustache Necklace. Make one for the 'stache lover in your life or for your child's superhero disguise, either way it will be sure to turn heads.
  79. Funky Fab Tablet Cover Tote your technology in style with the Funky Fab Tablet Cover. This easy DIY tablet cover is an adorable way to keep your iPad, Kindle, or other tablet device safe and sound.
  80. Garter Stitch Baby Headband This adorable Garter Stitch Baby Headband is perfect for your own child or as a gift to another lucky parent. If you know how to knit and love children then you should try out this project! To make it you will need to use worsted yarn.
  81. Garter Stitch Goodness Headband Learn how to make a headband you'll to keep your hair out of your face with style. Perfect for the knitting fashionistas out there, the Garter Stitch Goodness Headband is the quick and easy knit headband pattern all knitters can cast on.
  82. Garter Stitch Mini Bows These precious little stashbusters are not only a great way to get rid of yarn scraps but also a fun applique project. The Garter Stitch Mini Bows are a basic knit bow pattern for hair ties, headbands, and pins.
  83. Goldenrod Cinched Headband This cheerful garter stitch knit headband pattern is sure to brighten the gloomiest of moods. There's no way to hide a smile while wearing the Goldenrod Cinched Headband. This easy knitting project doesn't give up any style with its simplicity.
  84. Gray Lady Headband Looking for a simple, versatile headband to keep your ears warm and your hair in place? Add a touch of charm on a cold day with the Gray Lady Headband. This simple knit headband pattern features a sweet, yet subtle bow applique.
  85. Gypsy Queen Headband This scrap-tastic knitting pattern is perfect for making yarn disappear before your eyes. The Gypsy Queen Headband is a cute and cozy knit headband pattern you'll love wearing almost as much as you'll love making.
  86. Hair Bow Bows aren't just for little girls anymore. Instantly add touch of cuteness to your do with these fun, knit hair bows. This knit Hair Bow is a fun little DIY hair accessory that you can finish in a sitting.
  87. Heart Headband This adorable knit headband pattern is full of fun hues and happy hearts. This Heart Headband would look perfect on a little girl who loves all things colorful.
  88. Herringbone Belt This knitting pattern is perfect for beginners! If you are just starting to knit, this belt is nice practice. Depending on how good you are, you might even be able to wear it when done!
  89. Hip and Silkie This knitting pattern is great because it can worn as a belt or scarf. Wear it any way you want including as a tie! You will definitely get your use out of this belt.
  90. Homespun Cabled Boot Cuffs Don't wait until the last minute to learn how to knit boot cuffs able to withstand the terrible winters to come. Cast on the Homespun Cabled Boot Cuffs today! Knit in the round, these boot cuffs were made to keep the cold out.
  91. How to Knit a Headband Learning How to Knit a Headband can be simple. By following these knitting instructions you can make your own in any color you want! You will need some size eight straight needles to make it.
  92. How to Knit a Headband: 15 Amazing Knit Headband Patterns Keep your hair out of your face in style. It's never too late to learn how to knit a headband. Great for beginner knitters, knit headband patterns help create the versatile DIY knitted accessories you'll want to pick up day after day.
  93. How to Knit Flowers: 13 Easy Knitting 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
  94. Hurricane Boot Cuffs There's a storm brewing; time to cast on the Hurricane Boot Cuffs. Knitters of all skill levels can cast on this free boot cuff knitting pattern for the trendy little knitted accessories that will carry you through the cooler temperatures to come.
  95. Jolly Roger Ski Band Looking for one cool hair accessory? If so, this free knitting pattern is it! The ski band has skulls on it, giving it a rockin look. Use a 2mm single pointed needle and 1 darning needle.
  96. Julie Julie loves her necklace and she wants you to have this knitted pattern. This necklace is chunky, fun, and uses 2mm needles. Use beads to offset the knitted circular balls.
  97. Keeland Bracelet Make a soft and chunky bracelet with this knitting pattern. Don't let your wrists go bare ever again! Accent your casual outfit with this accessory.
  98. Kitty Bow Tie The plethora of cat YouTube videos that have gone viral are proof enough of how awesome our little feline friends are, but a cat in a bow tie is a completely different story. The Kitty Bow Tie is a must-make stashbuster.
  99. Knecklace This knitted pattern will look lovely around your neck. Accessorize yourself with this feminine necklace. It would look beautiful with a formal blouse or dress.
  100. Knit Barrette Tired of wearing your hair the same way every day? Why not make your own Knit Barrette? If you use this free online knitting pattern soon you will have one!
  101. Knit Bijouterie Earrings With small knitting needles, beads and some 32 gauge wire, use this free knitting pattern to make yourself three types of beautiful earrings. Impress all of your friends by making some Knit Bijouterie Earrings for your next outing.
  102. Knit Cocktail Coasters Before your next party, whip up a few of these cute and easy Knit Cocktail Coasters. This delightfully simple knit coaster pattern is a great way to add a unique touch to your party decorations.
  103. Knit Kerchief Knit a cute kerchief accessory for your hair! You can add embellishments to this free knitting pattern, to really make it your own. You can use solid colors or make it a mulit-colored kerchief.
  104. Knit Laptop Sweater Pattern Give your laptop a little protection and a whole lot of style with the Knit Laptop Sweater Pattern. This cute and easy knitting project is a fun way to accessorize technology that may be somewhat lacking in the personality department.
  105. Knitted iPhone Cozy Trying to protect your new iPhone from scratches? Look no further than this Knitted iPhone Cozy. Use leftover yarn and follow this free knitting pattern for a cute cozy that takes less than an hour to make.
  106. Knitted Jam Jars Keep your preserved fruits, candies, and other little goodies nice and warm in this cute little cozy pattern. The Knitted Jam Jars are great mason jar crafts, and will look adorable sitting on your kitchen counter, desk, or craft counter.
  107. Knitted Leaves Sometimes your knit projects just need a little embellishment. Add some fall flare with the Knitted Leaves applique pattern. This cute little knit leaf pattern is the perfect starting point for buttons, pins, and brooches.
  108. Lace Headband Do you have some wild hair that can't be tamed? This free knitting pattern is just what you need. Keep rebellious strands under wraps in this cute Lace Headband from Pepperknit Patterns.
  109. Lace Scrunchie When you know how to knit, there's no need to use boring hair scrunchies. Keep your hair in place with an elastic hair tie just as fabulous as you with the help of the Lace Scrunchie pattern.
  110. Layered Knit Necklace Do you need a cure for cabin fever? The Layered Knit Necklace will do the trick. With a touch of sparkle you can add more pizazz to your life with these elegant knitted necklaces. Wear the necklace with your blazer to the office or with jeans.
  111. Leftovers Bow Headband I've been looking simple, knit patterns for a headband for a very long time. I'm ecstatic to report that I have finally found it! This Leftovers Bow Headband, knit in the beautiful moss stitch, is great for not only make an adorable knit accessory,
  112. Little Bo Peep's Bow This sweet little knit bow tie pattern is the perfect finishing touch to all of your girly knitting projects. Little Bo Peep's Bow is an easy knitting project and a great way to get rid of extra bits of yarn.
  113. Little Knitted Flowers Watch your knitting bloom with the Little Knitted Flowers applique pattern. This cute little knit flower pattern is a great way to add a pop of springtime to any outfit. Stitch a bunch to a shawl or over-sized scarf for a floral wrap.
  114. Mardi Gras Necklace Beginning and experienced knitters alike will enjoy knitting up these Mardi Gras Necklaces. Celebrate the spring season with these festive and fun knitted necklace patterns.
  115. Matching Cable Knit School Set Study in style with the Matching Cable Knit School Set. This cute, quirky set includes instructions for a cable knit notebook cover, glasses case, and knit flower key chain.
  116. Moonlight Buttoned Headband Learn how to knit a headband that is both practical and trendy with the Moonlight Buttoned Headband. You don't have to be an old knitter to cast on this easy knit headband pattern. This free printable knitting pattern is great for beginner knitters.
  117. Mulled Wine Boot Cuffs Boots are the quintessential cold weather shoe of choice, but sometimes your feet and legs can get a little chilly. Warm them up with this adorable knit boot cuff pattern. The Mulled Wine Boot Cuffs are a trendy way to accessorize, and customize.
  118. Mustache Cozy I mustache you a question: how can you live without this Mustache Cozy? Knit that bare coffee cup a sweater with a fun cozy pattern. Remember, you are saving the rainforest by not using those cardboard sleeves.
  119. Nubby Chic Headband Leftover scraps of chunky yarn lying around? The Nubby Chic Headband is a great solution to a messy yarn bin. This adorable fuss-free knit headband pattern is great for days when you need a little extra help in the hair department.
  120. Nubby Knit Bow Brooch Everything looks cuter with bows, and there's nothing more darling than a sweet little Nubby Knit Bow Brooch. This adorable bow tie pattern is great for DIY hair ties, pins, appliques to scarves, bags, hats, and sweaters.
  121. Perfect Drawstring Bag This sweet drawstring pouch pattern is the perfect vessel for all your little knickknacks and baubles. The Perfect Drawstring Bag is a simple garter stitch bag with a satin inner lining. The pouch is fastened with a beautiful satin ribbon.
  122. Petite Pyramid Necklace This is the cutest little charm we've seen in awhile. The Petite Pyramid Necklace is a sweet yarn triangle that's impossible not to love. This knit necklace pattern is a simple project, even if you have never made a piece of jewelry before.
  123. Pink Bow Headband Keep your ears warm and look stylish with this Pink Bow Headband. Learn how to knit headband with a bow and only use half a ball of yarn. This pattern is easy to follow and you can use the other half of your yarn to make a second headband.
  124. Posh Cashmere Cup Cozy Stick out your pinky finger with the Posh Cashmere Cup Cozy. This simple, elegant knit cozy pattern is perfect for coffee snobs and latte lovers everywhere.
  125. Pretty Girl Chic Headband Awaken the wonderful world of fashion knitting in your home with the Pretty Girl Chic Headband. Learning how to make a headband has never been easier. With most of this headband knitting pattern in seed stitch, the end result is sure to be a blast.
  126. Pretty Petaled Cardigan Pin Cardigan looking a little drab? Sweater feeling a little sad? Try out the Pretty Petaled Cardigan Pin! This beautiful purple knit flower pattern is a fun and easy applique pattern.
  127. Rainy Day Headband So, all of the easy knitting projects are too plain for you? Time to try your hand at a Rainy Day Headband. This DIY knit headband is rung with colorful umbrellas, perfect for these upcoming damp spring days.
  128. Recycled Crafting Easy Quick Scarf This free knitting pattern is great because it is multi-purpose. Use it as a scarf around your neck or a hair headband. The yarn is recycled, so it is Earth friendly!
  129. Reindeer Christmas Cup Cozy Make your holiday cup of Joe fun and festive with the Reindeer Christmas Cup Cozy. This adorable knit cozy pattern is perfect for the holidays and will help you begin every morning in the spirit of Christmas.
  130. Retro Butterfly Headband Channel the spirit of the 1960s in this Retro Butterfly Headband. This simple and sassy knit headband pattern is a great project for beginning knitters. The only stitch you need to know is the knit stitch, also known as garter stitch.
  131. Reversible Coffee Cup Sleeve If you've got a bit yarn left and nothing to do with it, try your hand at this Reversible Coffee Cup Sleeve. With this two-in-one knit coffee cozy, never display the same pattern twice in a row. This free knitting pattern is quick and easy to make.
  132. Romantic Ruched Sleep Mask Catch a few extra Z's with this pretty homemade sleep mask. The Romantic Ruched Sleep Mask is a beautiful, simple mask adorned with a shiny satin ribbon. This project is a perfect yarn scrap buster, and takes almost no time to complete.
  133. Rose Buttons + Round Buttons Add color and style to your finished knitted garments using these free knitting patterns. By casting on only 7 stitches, you can knit up several Rose Buttons within two hours or less. With only 4 stitches, you can create these simple, yet stylish, R
  134. Rose Vines Cabled Headband This beautiful, rustic chic knit headband pattern is a charming way to keep your hair off your face. The Rose Vines Cabled Headband is knit with a beautiful mix of mossy greens and dusty pink hues, reminding us of roses winding up a trellis.
  135. Rustic Braided Headband This fun headband looks complicated, but is actually a simple seed stitch construction. The Rustic Braided headband starts as one piece, then splits off into three separate, braided tails that are attached together with three adorable buttons.
  136. Rustic Charm Boot Cuffs As the temperature outside drops, a pair of boots quickly become the quintessential accessory for every outfit. Change drab to fab with this couplet of DIY boot cuffs. The Rustic Charm Boot Cuffs are quick and easy to make.
  137. Rustic Tea Cozy There's nothing better than a hot cup of tea on a cold, dreary day. However, there's nothing worse than tea that gets cold too quickly. Keep your hands and your tea warm with The Rustic Tea Cozy.
  138. Scarlet Swirl Headband Dazzle and delight in this gorgeous red knit headband pattern. The Scarlet Swirl Headband is a simple and stylish headband you'll love throwing on to disguise a bad hair day or just to keep warm.
  139. School Spirit Headband AllFreeKnitting's got spirit yes we do, AllFreeKnitting's got spirit, how about you? Support your alma mater or your child's team with the School Spirit Headband.
  140. Scrap Buster Wool Wallet How many scraps have you thrown away without a project to use them for? Put them to good use. Knit the Scrap Buster Wool Wallet entirely with those scraps. This is a unique wallet that your friends will all admire.
  141. Seed Stitch & Cabled Boot Cuffs Boot cuffs are a fun and easy way to add a little bit of coziness to a sturdy leather (or any other material) boot. The Seed Stitch & Cabled Boot Cuffs are an adorable knit boot cuff pattern you'll love throwing on for an extra layer of warmth.
  142. Shield Knot Bracelet Wear a bit of history on your wrist. Use this knitting pattern to make a Celtic bracelet with meaning. This bracelet will protect and ward off the bad.
  143. Simple Flower Headband Winter always seems to mess up my hair. It's windy, slushy, and my down coat always seems to get tangled in it. The Simple Flower Headband is the ultimate solution.
  144. Simple Knit Buttons Make your knitting projects even more special by incorporating these Simple Knit Buttons into your work. In just one row of knitting, you'll be able to create your own buttons in a matter of minutes! Whether you fasten these buttons to sweaters, kn
  145. Simple Ribbed Headband Looking for a no-nonsense knit headband pattern? The Simple Ribbed Headband Pattern is the perfect pattern for you. This fuss-free ribbed headband is a gorgeous shade of heather gray and works as an ear warmer as well.
  146. Simple Steering Wheel Cover We love a good road trip, but there are some things that we can't stand. One of those things is a searing hot wheel. The Simple Steering Wheel Cover is an easy solution.
  147. Speedy Braided Headband The Speedy Braided Headband is about to become your new go-to item for fall. Not only is it an adorable way to keep your ears warm as the weather gets cooler, it's a quick, fun knit that can be finished in one sitting.
  148. Spiral Column Cuff This easy knit bracelet pattern is a stylish stash-buster. Finish up one of your favorite skeins with this gorgeous Spiral Column Cuff.
  149. Springtime Headband I love buttons. I try to work them into every outfit I wear. Needless to say, I love the Springtime Headband. Not only is this a cute, simple knit headband pattern, it is fastened by three adorable buttons.
  150. Star Stitch Headband Sparkle and shine in this adorable knit headband pattern. The Star Stitch Headband is a great pattern for a number of reasons. It's an easy way to get rid of yarn scraps and it's a fun and easy way to learn the star stitch.
  151. Stash 'N Go Coin Purse Knitting bags is especially fun when there is minimal seaming involved! This Stash 'N Go Purse will knit up quickly, only has two seams and can be accessorized using funky buttons. Make your purse so you can carry around smaller valuables in additi
  152. Stashbuster Boot Cuffs There's nothing better for dashing the rest of your yarn stash like a good boot cuff pattern. The Stashbuster Boot Cuffs are perfect for beginning knitters.
  153. Summer Daisy Belt Can't find the perfect colored belt for your summer dress? Knit one instead! This knit belt pattern will bring a pop of color to any outfit. Wear the Summer Daisy Belt over a dress or a long top. You'll be looking insanely stylish instantly.
  154. Summer Daisy Belt Can't find the perfect colored belt for your summer dress? Knit one instead! This knit belt pattern will bring a pop of color to any outfit. Wear the Summer Daisy Belt over a dress or a long top. You'll be looking insanely stylish instantly.
  155. Super Long Sleeves Push up your sleeves, it's time to knit. Keep your arms warm and snug with the Super Long Sleeves knitting pattern.
  156. Sweetheart Cup Cozy Pour your sweetheart a cup full of love. The Sweetheart Cup Cozy is a cute way to let them know you care and to prevent burnt fingers. This simple knit cozy pattern features a pink stitched sleeve with a white felt heart applique.
  157. Tea Bag Envelopes This fun scrap busting project is a great way to keep your tea bags nice and safe from harm when toting them around in the bottom of your bag.
  158. The Chanel esque Bow Belt Bows can be used for anything, so knit one on a belt. Wear this adorable knitted pattern around your waist. Cinch around a dress or top for a completed look!
  159. Thermal Boot Cuffs With the Thermal Boot Cuffs you get a quick and easy knit boot cuff pattern you'll love returning to again and again. Learn how to knit boot cuffs to not only keep out the winter chill but also give you a fashionable knit to top off your boots.
  160. Too Cute Cabled Mug Cozy Knitting Pattern Dress up your coffee cup with an adorable knitted coffee sleeve! The Too Cute Cabled Mug Cozy Knitting Pattern is the ideal small project for you to make. A coffee cup sleeve pattern is the best pattern to follow.
  161. Tribal Striped Headband Knit headband patterns are a great way to add a little something extra to your outfit without going too crazy. The Tribal Striped Headband is an adorable knit headband in a fun tribal stripe print.
  162. Twisted Headband Knitting Pattern A subtle cable makes this stylish knit headband pattern truly special. The Twisted Headband Knitting Pattern is the perfect way to coax stubborn hair types into lying flat.
  163. Twisted Sister Headband Learning how to knit a headband is as easy as 1-2-3 with the Twisted Sister Headband. Perfect for beginner knitters, this easy knit headband pattern mainly uses the basic knit and purl stitches with only one deviation from the simple stitches.
  164. Twisted Step-Sister Headband If you've got some extra yarn lying around, cast on this beautifully simple knit headband pattern. The Twisted Step-Sister Headband is the perfect knitting project for beginner knitters and veteran knitters alike.
  165. Two Hour Knit Wristband Have fun learning new techniques with this easy knitting pattern for a Two Hour Knit Wristband. Because this project is small and simple, it offers the perfect opportunity for expanding your knitting repertoire.
  166. Two Needle Boot Toppers Knitted boot cuffs are some of our favorite stash busting patterns. Not only are they an adorable way to accessorize in cold weather, they're a great way to practice a specific stitch before diving into a huge project.
  167. Two Strands Headband If you've been looking for the perfect beginner stranded color work knitting project to sink your needles into, here's the Two Strands Headband. Learn how to knit a headband and keep the hair out of your face with style.
  168. Two-Toned Boot Cuffs Is your sock drawer filling up with too many boot cuffs? Get rid of the volume by knitting the Two-Toned Boot Cuffs. These boot cuffs are reversible for ease of wear. Don't make more than one pair; create these boot cuffs with two colors.
  169. Urban Chic Tassel Necklace Knitted jewelry is all the rage these days. Looking at the Urban Chic Tassel Necklace, we understand why. This sleek and simple knit necklace is the perfect combination of color, pop, and texture.
  170. Vintage Charm Cup Cozy 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.
  171. Vintage Headband Vintage accessories are the perfect way to give your outfit a subtle vintage twist. Use this free knitting pattern to make a timeless vintage headband everyone will want the pattern for.
  172. Wheat Ear Cuff This knitted bracelet pattern would make a perfect addition to any outfit. Add a pop of color to any ensemble with this Wheat Ear Cuff.
  173. Wild West Ribbed Boot Cuffs Stick 'em up! This DIY boot cuff pattern is too cute to ignore. The Wild West Ribbed Boot Cuffs are a trendy way to dress up your favorite pair of leather boots while keeping your legs warm and toasty.
  174. Wine Harvest Headband The coming of autumn means many things, some welcome and some not. A great knitting-for-beginners project, the Wine Harvest Head band combines a little bit of both, bringing fall's rich color palette to bear against the growing chill.
  175. Winter Morning Braided Head Wrap My favorite winter accessory is the head wrap. It's soft, it keeps your ears warm, and it doesn't mess up your hair like a hat does. The Winter Morning Braided Head Wrap is my kind of knit headband.
  176. Woven Cable Coffee Cozy 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.
  177. XOXO Coffee Cup Sleeve You might have to take a second look, but this knitted coffee sleeve is stitched with love. The XOXO Coffee Cup Sleeve is an adorable knit cozy with an "XOXO" design stitched into the pattern.

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