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The Best of the East Fashion Show & Marketplace Favorites: 7 Knitted Scarf Patterns, Free Knit Tops & More
These 13 Vintage and Free Shawl Knitting Patterns may be out of print, but they'll never go out of style. Enjoy this collection of patterns that are a blast from the past. Trust me, your wardrobe will thank you.
Bring to life a piece of a forgotten history with this charming 1840 Nightcap pattern. Knit from the bottom up, the hat features an attractive scalloped border that creates an elastic, curl-proof edge. Even unblocked this fabulous free knitting pattern will remain flat and ready for throwing on during a cold, drafty winter evening. To complete this vintage pattern, you will need one set of 5 2.25 mm double pointed needles and one 2.25 mm circular needle.
The 19th Century Baby Blanket is a charming baby blanket knitting pattern your son or daughter will love. Not only is this free knitting pattern a way to get in touch with the past, the pattern is easy to follow and quick to complete. This simple cable knit baby blanket is a welcome addition to any nursery. Use it as a home decor item or a cozy baby blanket to drape over a crib or rocking chair. Your baby will love being wrapped up in this blanket!
Whether it's a favorite recipe, a priceless heirloom or a knit hat that's always been your go-to pattern for the holiday season, each and every family has something special that's been passed down from previous generations. In this very special collection of simple knitting patterns, we're pulling out a few of those classic designs that are all grandma approved. From winter essentials like hats, mittens and slippers, to kitchen keepsakes like dishcloths and mug rugs, this group of easy knitting patterns will keep your needles clicking all year long.
We often think of September as knitting season, but the truth is that you can cast on a fun and exciting at any time of the year. The world is full of exciting and creative knitting patterns, just waiting for you to discover them. But it can be difficult to know how to find the perfect knitting pattern what season you can realistically wear it in. This collection of knitting patterns is arranged around the calendar year.
Looking for a timeless fashion accessory? If so, then this vintage shawl is just for you. The Allegro Shawl captures the essence of a time gone by in a classic design that will look fashionable whenever you choose to wear it. You could throw this shawl around your shoulders to go to a dinner party or to cuddle up in front of your fireplace. Wherever you go, this knit shawl pattern will look fabulous.
This gorgeous, mustard-colored knit cardigan pattern is an ode to earlier days. The retro-chic Armande Cardigan is a great layering option for variable spring weather but is a wonderful piece for year-round wear. We love the sweet button detailing and darling front pockets that give this cardigan its old-fashioned flare. The Armande Cardigan may take a little time, but with patience you can create a lovely knit cardigan to be proud of.
This vintage knitting pattern is still in style today. Knit a classic Beany Cap and be the envy of all your friends. This simple knit hat is both a classic you'll love wearing time after time. It's a great pattern for a man or a woman and can easily be adapted to fit a child's head as well. This versatile hat is one you'll have in your closet forever. You'll look great in the Beany Cap, plus your head will stay nice and warm.
An interesting texture can take a hand-knit sweater from good to great. The Beautiful Basket Weave Pullover uses a vertical variant of the basket weave stitch to up the style ante without adding difficulty. If you like vintage knitting patterns but don't have the patience for colorwork or tricky lace patterns, this is the sweater for you. This classic design is easy to read, making it accessible even for knitters new to learning how to knit a sweater. Add some timeless charm to any wardrobe with this simple sweater pattern.
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