A Knit for Each Season: 4 Free Knitting Patterns
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It's sometimes hard to figure out what to knit during those warmer months when most of your favorite projects would just leave you sweating. Don't sweat it. We've got four free knitting patterns here for you - a knit for each season. These free knitting patterns will give you something to work on whether the sun is beating down hard against your skin or you're bundled up in a sweater in front of the fire while the snow covers your home in a glittering, white blanket. Never fear, knitters. You don't have to give up just because Mother Nature is fickle.
You don't have to limit yourself to only four knits to work with all year long! If you're a veteran knitter and can just churn them out, or if you're looking for more free knitting patterns to have a variety of options, you can check out our free eBook, 15 Free Cute Knitting Patterns for Every Season where you'll find these free knitting patterns and more. Whether you're beginning knitting or running out of space for all of your completed projects, you'll love the variety. Check out these four free knitting patterns as a preview of what you'll get with our free eBook!
A Knit for Each Season: 4 Free Knitting Patterns
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Find the patterns below, plus eleven more year-round knits in our free eBook, 15 Free Cute Knitting Patterns for Every Season. Download now to access all the best patterns to keep yourself knitting and purling all year long.
Admit it, you love spring. It's when all of the best fruits and veggies are on sale, that dreaded snow is finally starting to melt, and crabapple and cherry blossoms are littering the lawns with pink and white petals. It truly is a beautiful season; it would be so much better if you could keep knitting! Thankfully, our Rainbow Market Bag is one of many free knitting patterns for spring that you don't have to worry about overheating you when the warmer weather starts to creep in. Plus, the bright, happy colors just scream "I'm ready for spring!" Free knitting patterns like this one are just perfect for the season of rebirth and renewal.
If any season is the hardest to knit for, it's summer. So what free knitting patterns could there possibly be to work with when it's hotter outside than you know how to handle? When your family starts cranking up the air conditioning, and you're shivering in your house and sweating outside, try knitting yourself a Radiance Knit Throw. This bad boy will keep you warm inside, but leave you free to wear your denim shorts and lacey blouse when you're ready to brave the heat. Even the design looks like a giant firework in the sky, making it a perfect living room decoration for the summer.
Looking to beat the heat? Check out these free knitting patterns and more in our free eBook, 15 Free Cute Knitting Patterns for Every Season so the warmer months will never stop you from doing what you love again.
Oh, autumn. Now we're cooking. This is the month where most knitters breathe a sigh of relief; finally, chillier weather has come upon us and we can start working on those free knitting patterns for scarves and sweaters! However, a lot of people realize that free knitting patterns specifically for autumn are hard to come by. It's still not quite cold enough for your heavy-duty knits, so you'll need to make something like this Cable Pull-Through Wrap, a cozy shawl you can throw over your clothes to keep you from that fall chill while not overheating you. Even the subdued gray color is lovely for fall, making it a perfect accent to the rest of your richly-colored wardrobe.
The time has come; your peak knitting time is here! There is a plethora of free knitting patterns for the winter, but slow your roll, because we've found the perfect one. Gorgeous on any body type and lovely in color is this Easy Casual Pullover which won't make you overheated and uncomfortable indoors, and will provide you with all the warmth you need beneath your winter jacket while you're trekking through the snow. Don't limit yoursef; use some free knitting patterns for scarves for this chilly time to protect your neck, and don't worry about matching; just about anything will go with this basic, and adorable, pullover.
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