Headband and Headwrap Knitting Patterns
Knitting patterns for head bands, ear warmers, head wraps, and head scarves to keep you warm, fashionable, with minimal mussing of your hair style. Great for quick gifts, stocking stuffers, and stash yarn! Most patterns are free.
Earflap Hat Knitting Patterns
Knitting Pattern for Slouchy Earflap Hat - The Charlotte Beanie is a quick knit using only one skein of yarn and can easily be made in one evening. It’s a cozy, slightly slouchy, split brim hat with long braided ties. tba quick one skein super bulky
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Knit dishcloths: Cast on 38 stitches. Knit 3 rows for border. Row 1: (right side): Knit. Row 2: K 3, purl to last 3 stitches, k 3. Row 3: K 3, (P 2, k 1) 10 times, p 2, k 3. Row 4: K 3, (K 2, p 1) 10 times, k 5. Repeat these 4 rows, 6 times. If a colored center stripe is desired, change yarn now and work rows 1 – 4, 2 times in desired color. Change back to main color and work the 4 row pattern, 6 times. Knit last 4 rows. Bind off and weave in ends.
Stash Buster Knitting Patterns
We knitters hate to throw away yarn so our stash is full of leftover oddballs and scraps of yarn too small for most projects. Here are some clever stash busting ideas to de-stash those yarn remnants. These make great quick gifts, too! Many of the patterns are free
Slipper Knitting Patterns
Knitting patterns for all types of slippers for women and men, including ballet-style, mary janes, boot style, slipper socks, and even sneaker slippers, sock monkey slippers and more. These make great gifts because they are quick for you to knit and stylish and comfy to wear. But be sure to make a pair for yourself! Many of the patterns are free
Cloche Hat Knitting Patterns
The cloche style brings to mind the Roaring Twenties, flappers, Art Deco. Created by milliner Caroline Reboux, the fitted hat with a brim low on the forehead formed a bell, the meaning of cloche in French. Most patterns are free.