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Farbwahl Tuch

Farbwahl Tuch

Moss Diamond and Lozenge Pattern

Moss Diamond and Lozenge Pattern

pamelatutu: “ Moss Diamond and Lozenge Pattern, from the book “A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns” by Barbara G. Sample knitted by Natalie Ford.

How to Knit the Celtic Cable | Saxon Braid Stitch Pattern

How to Knit the Celtic Cable

How to Knit the Celtic Cable Saxon Braid Stitch with Free Knitting Pattern Video Tutorial by Studio Knit via

Sugarplums Blanket by Danielle Chalson…

Sugarplums Blanket pattern by Danielle Chalson

Ravelry: Sugarplums Blanket pattern by Danielle Chalson. A knitted blanket pattern using smocking stitch. It looks much more complicated than it is.

Here is an easy knitting pattern that is perfect for a man's scarf (or a woman's too). ~ Key: | = Knit; –– = Purl. ~~ Cast on a multiple of 16 stitches. Knit according to the diagram. Start at the bottom right corner. When knitting the wrong side of the scarf just follow the pattern of the previous row. Repeat every 15 rows. It's just that simple!

Tailored knitting stitch pattern with chart. Just knits & purls - 15 row repeat. Alternate rows knit as indicated. Very easy, but this is a pattern you must watch while you knit. Not a knit while watching TV pattern. Would be great for throw or blanket.

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Keep fingers cozy with these free knitting patterns for mittens. These knit mitten patterns are all warm and easy. Find traditional mittens as well as fingerless knitting patterns in this collection.

Blackberry Street Scarf - free pattern/Ravelry

The stitch pattern is a variation from Blackberry stitch, but easier, as instead of knitting 3 stitches in one, the middle one is made as a yarn over. Blackberry Street by Rag Lana - Ravelry {free} Patterns ideas


Moulin Rouge pattern by Kirsten Kapur

What a lovely knitting stitch!   Pattern found over at...

CHEVRON KNIT: This simple knitting pattern makes a pretty herringbone or chevron design with nothing fancier than knits and purls. Suitable for novices. PATTERN: Cast on multiples of 8

Stop stockinette edge from curl with eyelet.

– Melissa the Scarf! (Stockinette Edge Treatments) – Daily Fiber Adventures with Wildhare