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11 Two Hours Or Less Knitting Patterns

By: Michelle Helderman, Editor for AllFreeKnitting.com

Rose ButtonsHave you ever struggled to find the motivation to start a knitting project that you know you won't be able to finish in one sitting?  If so, then this collection of 11 Two Hours Or Less Knitting Patterns is the answer to your prayers.  It can be difficult to begin working on a project when you aren't sure how long it will take to complete.  But with this list of super easy, fast knitting patterns you won't have to worry.  You can complete any of these patterns in under two hours, making them the perfect project for busy people or holiday crunch-time.  The 11 Two Hours Or Less Knitting Patterns are far from time-consuming and are also a pleasure to work on.  If you need something to relax with, these easy knitting patterns are a great place to start.  Simple and quick, these patterns will fly off of your knitting needles.  So whenever you have a little spare time, take a look at this list of 11 Two Hours Or Less Knitting Patterns and choose one you like; these patterns won't disappoint. 

11 Two Hours Or Less Knitting Patterns

Knit Accessories Patterns

Patterns for Knitting Gifts

Holiday Knits

 

 

Knit Accessories Patterns

There are so many different kinds of clothing accessories that you can knit. In this collection of easy knitting patterns there are instructions for making hats, scarves, and gloves.  Projects like the One Hour Scarf are especially great if you are looking for free knitting patterns that can be used immediately after you finish knitting them.  Once you start making Addictive Knit Bows, you won't be able to stop adding these adorable embelishments to everything.  Using these knti acessories patterns is a great way to jazz up your other knit garments.

 

Addictive Knit Bows

 

Two Hour Fingerless Gloves

 

One Hour Scarf

 

Addictive Knit Bows (shown)

 

Rose Buttons + Round Buttons

 

Two Hours or Less Scarf

 

 

Patterns for Knitting Gifts

Making your own gifts for friends and family is a great way to save money and also show someone how thoughtful you are!  In this list of knit gift ideas, you will find some fun knit gift projects, like the Two Hour Potholders, that can be made in just one sitting.  Holiday knitting doens't have to be a hassle, even if you leave it to the last minute. These quick and easy knitting patterns are too good to pass up!

 

 

Two Hour Potholders (shown)

 

Three Sisters Soap Sacks

 

Two Hour Felted Jelly Fish

 

 

Holiday Knits

Knitting is a great way to celebrate the holidays.  There are different kinds of decorations that you can knit for just about every one.  Some of the projects from the 11 Two Hours Or Less Knitting Patterns collection are perfect for the holidays.  The Knit Felt Hearts would make an adorable gift for Valentines Day or look extra cute hung on a Christmas tree, and the Two Hour Santa Hat is one of the cutest free knitting patterns that you can make for Christmas.  Making a knitted ornament is a great way to add a homemade touch to holiday gifts. These free knitting patterns are perfect for the holiday season.

 

 

Two Hour Santa Hat

 

Knit Felt Hearts

 

Holiday Ornament

 

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If you're looking for some more quick knitting patterns, these Last Minute Gifts will knit up in a jiffy.  You don't need to wait until Christmas to cast on one of these fanatastic knitting patterns.

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It said get 11 free patterns but will not give them?why??

@jnslehto Click on the pattern name (on this page) to go to a page with the pattern or with a pattern link. Happy knitting!

Help please, in my pattern I have the SSK instruction what is it?

That means "slip, slip, knit" It is a decrease stitch. You slip each stitch one at a time from the left needle to the right needle and then insert the left needle into the two stitches and knit them into one stitch.

Hi everyone, I am sorry, but it looks like we do not have the pattern available for the sweater pictured above. Here is a link to all of our other great free sweater patterns, however! http://www.allfreeknitting.com/Knitted-Sweaters --editors of AllFreeKnitting

To Whom It May Concern, It would be wonderful to have a pattern for the sweater shown above. Such a beautiful sweater!! Thank you so much for your time and consideration. Sincerely Marie

I am still looking for this pattern also. If I fing it I will send it to you through email. you can send me your address in a private email if you wish. eeyore03852@yahoo

please I am looking for the pattern for the tan sweater above on this page, does any one know where I can get it?

does anyone have the pattern for the sweater jacket up above?

Looking for '1 up, 1 down' pattern example. Two yarns. Tnx BBJ

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