Free Knitting Patterns

Bulky Ribbed Cowl

Chunky Ribbed Cowl

Bulky Ribbed Cowl

This knitting pattern is easy enough for a beginning knitter but also quick enough for an experienced knitter to make in an evening. It is worked in the round on large needles with bulky yarn. A simple 2 x 2 rib stitch is used throughout.

This free pattern is available exclusively on the Leah Michelle Designs Blog.

 

 


Jagged Triangular Scarf

Jagged Triangular Scarf Edging

Jagged Triangular Scarf

This easy garter stitch sideways triangular scarf is modelled after the Totally Triangular Scarf with the addition of a decorative edging. It begins and ends with only 8 stitches stitches. It is worked with one skein of sock or fingering yarn and US 6 needles.

This free pattern is available exclusively on the Leah Michelle Designs Blog.


Effortless Slouch

Effortless Slouch side view

Effortless Slouch

This basic slouchy hat is worked in the round with a ribbed brim and easy stockinette body. The crown decreases are evenly spaced to create a nice scrunchy top. This pattern uses less than one skein of worsted weight yarn and is suitable for beginning and experienced knitters alike.

This free pattern is available exclusively on the Leah Michelle Designs Blog.

 

 


Sugar Plum Cowl

Sugar Plum Cowl

Sugar Plum Cowl

Choose a tonal or variegated yarn and let the colour shine in this easy stockinette cowl with ribbed edges. It uses only one skein, or about 200 yards (183 m), of worsted weight yarn and is worked in the round. Only knit and purl stitches are used. A great beginner project or an easy evening of tv knitting!

This free pattern is available exclusively on the Leah Michelle Designs Blog.


Truly Triangular Scarf

Truly Triangular Scarf

Truly Triangular Scarf

This is a simple garter stitch sideways triangular scarf. It begins with only a few cast-on stitches and ends with the same. The increase stitch used is the kfb and the decrease stitch used is k2tog. The increase and then decrease stitches are worked on every right side row, causing the scarf to increase and then decrease quite sharply, creating a true triangle shape. The slipped stitch edge is neat and straight and any amount of yarn may be used.

This free pattern is available exclusively on the Leah Michelle Designs Blog.


Totally Triangular Scarf

Totally Triangular Scarf Knotted

Totally Triangular Scarf

 

This simple garter stitch sideways triangular scarf also begins and ends with just a few stitches. It also uses the kfb and k2tog increase and decrease stitches but the difference is that the increase and then decrease stitches are worked on every second right side row, causing the scarf to increase and then decrease more gradually, creating a longer, leaner triangle. This scarf also has a neat and tidy slipped stitch edge and any amount of yarn may be used.

This free pattern is available exclusively on the Leah Michelle Designs Blog.


Boxy Cozy

Boxy Cozy

Boxy Cozy

This cup cozy is knit in the popular waffle stitch pattern of the Boxy Dishcloth. A superwash merino wool is used for warmth, while also making it machine washable for any spills!

This free pattern is available for download.

 


Boxy Dishcloth

Boxy Dishcloth

Boxy Dishcloth

A waffle stitch pattern is used for this dishcloth. It has great scrubbing ability with its garter stitch ridges. Each side has a unique pattern so it looks good from any angle.

This free pattern is available for download.

 


Snakes & Ladders Washcloth

Snakes & Ladders Washcloth

Snakes & Ladders Washcloth

 

Like the Boxy Dishcloth, this cloth is knit in a 4 stitch and 4 row repeated pattern. The ripple (snake) and column (ladder) effect of this pattern gives this cloth its fun name.

This free pattern is available for download.

 



Copycat Dishcloth

Copycat Dishcloth

Copycat Disscloth

This cotton dishcloth is a quick and easy knit. It is simple, symmetrical, and the two stockinette bands at each end mimic a traditional dishcloth, hence the name ‘Copycat Dishcloth’.

This free pattern is available for download.