Free Patterns First-Timer Lace Scarf This easy scarf is knit with a 8 row repeat lace stitch that the designer says is suitable for beginners looking for their first lace project. Pictured project by Kellyg Anniversary Pullover by Kathy Zimmerman While Kathy was looking for an anniversary gift for her husband she came up with the design for this manly cable sweater pattern.
Knitters looking for a texture tour-de-force need look no further than this stunning cable pattern. Rittenhouse Scarf by Marilyn Murphy Worked in two halves from the center out, this scarf consists of a single rib that transitions into a reversible fabric at each end.
The cables are worked to be completely reversible, making it a fantastic grab and go item for your wardrobe. Along with the easy to follow instructions on knitting reversible cables, you will also learn the invisible provisional cast-on method. Valkyrie Vest by Lisa Shroyer This beautiful pattern was designed to be worn with negative ease at the bust and positive ease over the belly and hips.
They are both equally important to the success of your finished vest. Along with the instructions for this pattern, you will also learn about the backward-loop cast-on and three-needle bind-off. Winding River Cowl by Kathleen Cubley Kathleen fell in love with the way this design came together, reminding her of a winding river over a rocky bed.
The soft squishiness and cozy warmth of the yarn make this cabled cowl perfect for wearing next to your neck. The cables give the illusion of moving down as you look at them, and the mobius structure also makes the cowl a perfect place to rest your chin! In this raglan cable pullover pattern a sleek bodice and sleeves flow into a yoke of delicate cables. The cable types include a two-stitch twist alternating with a seven-stitch wheat-ear.
Combined these give the pullover decoration with adding bulk. Learning how to cable knit is a fun but challenging technique for many knitters, one that is loved and celebrated around the world. The beautiful textures created are completely unique to cable knitting stitches.
Learn how to cable knit with help from the designs in these free downloads. The designs in The Art of Cable Knitting: This is a very frustrating site. I have signed up, left my email, created an account, etc. Just to get access to a free promised knitting pattern. Debbie, I am so sorry for your frustration. I will email you the link to the download page directly.
Look for that to come from me shortly! You must be logged in to post a comment. You may use these HTML tags and attributes: All Grown Up Cardigan Designed by Lisa Ellis Reverse stockinette emphasizes the charming cable detail at the button band, side seams, and sleeves.
Cable Knit Sweater Pattern Anniversary Pullover by Kathy Zimmerman While Kathy was looking for an anniversary gift for her husband she came up with the design for this manly cable sweater pattern. Cable Sweater Pattern Interlocking Cables by Shirley Paden This lovely sweater combines a graceful silhouette with a rich textural pattern for a bit of casual elegance. Cable Scarf Pattern Rittenhouse Scarf by Marilyn Murphy Worked in two halves from the center out, this scarf consists of a single rib that transitions into a reversible fabric at each end.
Cable Vest Pattern Valkyrie Vest by Lisa Shroyer This beautiful pattern was designed to be worn with negative ease at the bust and positive ease over the belly and hips. Cabled Cowl Pattern Winding River Cowl by Kathleen Cubley Kathleen fell in love with the way this design came together, reminding her of a winding river over a rocky bed. Garter stitch scarf with cable along one edge. Designed by Nadia Crétin-Léchenne. Available English and French. Rated very easy by Ravelrers.
The diagonal texture of this scarf is created with slipped stitches and just knit and purl stitches. Alternating sections of left diagonal and right diagonal create a zigzag and a natural ruffle edge. Designed by Kia Love for Red Heart who rated the pattern easy. Easy colorwork scarf uses 2 colors. You can use one solid and one variegated or both solid. Designed by Lynne Rowe.
Rated very east by Ravelrers. Pictured project by Kellyg Easy scarf features armholes so it can be worn as a wrap or a vest, as well as a scarf. This versatile lace scarf is perfect for warmer weather if knit in cotton or silk, or knit it in cozier yarns for cold weather. Designed by Asami Kawa, who says it is constructed of simple lace patterns.
Most Ravelrers rated it very easy or easy and said the stitch pattern was easy to memorize but it might be challenging for beginners. Pictured project by kikkou. Most Ravelrers rated this very easy or easy. Easy oversized cozy scarf knit in sections of slipped stitch texture alternating with stockinette. Quick knit in chunky yarn. Pictured project by Maj. This oversized scarf from Bernat knits up quickly in chunky yarn and is rated easy by the designer.
Laura Bain designed this easy scarf using the classic sea foam stitch. A quick knit in jersey-knit tubular yarn. Use two colorways of self-striping or variegated yarn for the most colorful scarf. Pictured project by knispeltante. Pictured project by Hatodd. Rated easy by both Ravelrers and the designer, it works great with multi-colored yarn. Pictured project by Sarah Owens. This easy scarf is knit lengthwise with a simple ripple lace stitch that shows off multi-color yarn.
Pictured project by elsteffo. Pictured project by erato7. Although the original pattern calls for lace yarn, other knitters have been successful with heavier weights of yarn, such as fingering used in the pictured project by speightyknits and sport weight. This unisex scarf only uses one skein of the recommended yarn. Pictured project is by pixiesmom. Designed by Hilary Smith Callis, this scarf gets its dressy professional look from the linen stitch that looks like woven fabric. Use a variegated yarn to enhance the woven look.
Pictured project is by BlueDevilGirl A simple repeat in the pattern makes this a great tv watching project. Pictured project by naramoon. Michelle Maks proves shows you how easy it is to make a quick drop-stitch scarf If you can do a knit stitch and you can wrap yarn around a needle.
Video tutorial included with this Red Heart pattern. Pictured project by SheepTricks. Great with multi-color yarn. This easy scarf is a quick knit in super bulky or jumbo yarn.
Designed by Amanda Saladin for Red Heart. Rated easy by the designer and most Ravelrers. Designed by anne hanson.
Cables are not as scary as they look. Get your hands on one of these cable knit scarf patterns and master this useful (and beautiful) knitting technique. As with knitting in general, there are really only 2 basic stitches needed in order to make a scarf: A knit stitch and a purl stitch. With those 2 stitches you can do any of the following 3 scarf knitting patterns! You could do a simple straight stitch scarf: 1. Cast on the number of stitches wide you want the scarf to be. 2. Knit across. Turn work. 3. Lion Brand Knitting Needles Size 9 mm Lion Brand Knitting Needles- Size 9 [ mm] - inches longLightweight, durable, and flexible pair of knitting needles. Plastic.
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