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There are so many beautiful knitting patterns out there, and here I show a few free knitting pattern for scarves and cowls. They all look different because of the yarn and pattern, but all of them easy to make and suitable for beginners.

Easy Peasy Reversible Cowl 1Hour Seed Stitch Cowl WestDesertHood_1 (1)
Easy Peasy Reversible Cowl Pattern 1 Hour Seed Stitch Cowl Pattern West Desert Hood Pattern
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Steel Grey Chunky Circular Scarf Pattern

1 Hour Herringbone Cowl Pattern

 Entrelac Scarf

Some of them might look complicated, but really they are not. They are simple patterns, but look great! That’s good, isn’t it!



To knit your own shawl is very exciting and rewarding.  You can make shawls that fits every occasion and many of the patterns are really easy and fast to knit.

glam shawl Simplicity Triangl Shawl
Glam Shells Silk Jasmine Shawl Simplicity Triangel Shawl
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Simple Shawl Lazy Zig Zag Shawl Easy As A Pie!

The Glam shells pattern and Jasmine silk pattern are both patterns for intermediate crocheters, which means that you need some knitting experience and skills to make them. The other are knit shawl patterns for beginners or even novice, which means that anyone can knit them!

If you need some knitting instructions how to knit, pleas check out resource box below!


Tutorial on Knitting a Scarf and Cowl

If you need help to start your first project, these knitting instructions for beginners video to make your first cowl or scarf might be a help for you.

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How To Knit A Basic Scarf how to knit a cowl
How To Knit a Basic Scarf How To Knit A Cowl


A Fast Classic Vintage Knitting Pattern:

Checker Scarf Pattern

Materials that you will need for this scarf:

Suggested yarn:

2 Skeins KENTUCKY ALL PURPOSE YARN—1 Pair Number 8—10″ Needles.

Gauge: 5 sts = 1 inch; 5 rows = 1 inch.

Instructions: Cast on 40 sts.

  • Row number 1—K 5, P 5, (Re­peat across the row).
    Then repeat row number 1 for rows 2, 3, 4 and 5.
  • Row 6—P 5, K 5, (Repeat across the row).
    Then repeat row number 6 for rows 7, 8, 9, and 10.
  • The pattern is now completed.
  • To continue the shawl: Rows number 11 to 20, repeat the pattern. Rows number 21 to 30, repeat the pattern.
  • Continue the same pattern until the scarf measures 30 inches (or more if you want a longer scarf.)
  • That’s it – super easy!


 My Favorite Craft Knitting Resorce Box:


Tutorial on How To Knit A Triangle Shawl

Knit Triangle Shawl – How To



The free knitting hat patterns below; are like all the other free patterns on this page for immediate downloading. Just click the links or the images and download on the next page.

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Scallop Lace Hat Circle of Friends and Hearts Hat Ripple Cable Hat


A Classic Knitted Hat Pattern:

Giant Rib Pattern

Giant Rib Pattern



Two free patterns for the one who is do not want to freeze their hands or toes..!
They are both patterns made for beginners, so just go ahead and start knit something warming today!

Tadpoles_1 Mittens
Tadpoles Pattern Mazies’s Mittens Pattern

 Leg Warmers

Here are more warming knitting patterns – legwarmers in different styles – and  of course; they all are for knitting beginners and there fore easy to knit!

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Lila’s Legwarmers Pattern  Lily Legwarmers Pattern Easy-Peasy Leg Warmers Pattern


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Woodland Cowl Pattern Procragratification Infinity Scarf Pattern 



Other Free Knitting Patterns:

dishclothes Cable Bag
Plain Jane Dishcloth Cable Bag


Knitting has always been a popular craft and I think that today it is even more loved amongst both the young and the old throughout the world.

Knitting not only reduces stress and tension in your life, but also is making you feel really creative! And you do not need to be advanced at this craft, to experience it, even as a beginner you will feel how fun and relaxing it is to knit! The key is, except of course to learn the first basics which you easily can do with help of some knitting lessons and a knit pattern that is the right one for you.

You can find wonderful free knitting patterns and create beautiful items! Especially the free baby knitting patterns you can find on this site is suited for the newbie. It is very easy just download knitting patterns by clicking the image or the textlink and then on then next page get hold on the online knitting pattern of your choice.

And by the way…the web is filled with knitting tips, so start today if you haven’t already! Download knitting patterns for any occasion and need here:Free Knitting Patterns Do not hesitate to try – share this creative craft with millions of others all over the world!

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Baby Jacket

6 months—1 year

3 Balls Saxony 3 fold (1 oz. ball)
1 pair knitting needles No. 3
1 bone crochet hook No. 3
Ribbon for trimming

GAUGE: 7 sts. = 1 inch

Same as for Bedjacket No. 193.

BACK: Cast on 75 sts. with No. 3 needles and work in garter st. for 6 rows. Change to stock. st. With 75 sts. work even until the entire piece measures 6½ inch. Bind off for armhole at the beg. of the next 2 rows 4 sts. and at the beg. of the next 2 rows 2 sts. (63 sts. left). Start lace pattern for yoke now. Work even for 4½ inch, from the first binding off. Bind off for shoulders at the beg. of the next 4 rows 10 sts., rem. 23 sts. bind off for neck.

FRONT: Cast on 42 sts. with No. 3 needles and work in garter st. for 6 rows. Change to stock. st. and keep the 3 center sts. in garter st. for border. With 42 sts. work even until the entire piece measures like back. Bind off for armhole at seam edge 5 sts. and at the beg. of the next 2 rows at seam edge 2 sts. (33 sts. left). Work in lace pattern for yoke now. Work even until 3 inch, from the first binding- off. Bind off for neck 7 sts. at center edge and then always 2 sts. at same edge until 20 sts. are left over. Work as high as back and bind off 10 sts. at armhole edge twice. Work the other front to correspond.

SLEEVE: Cast on 57 sts. with No. 3 needles and work in garter st. for 6 rows. Change to pattern (work 18 sts. in stock. st., 21 sts. in lace pattern and the rem. 18 sts. in stock. st.). Work even until the entire sleeve measures 6 inch. Bind off at the beg. of the next 2 rows 3 sts. Decr. 1 st. at the beg. of each row until 47 sts. are on needle. Decr. 1 st. at the beg. and end of every 4th row until 39 sts. are left. Bind off 2 sts. at the beg. of each row until 25 sts. are left over. Bind off.

FINISHING: Sew up side, shoulder and sleeve seams and sew in sleeves. Crochet 1 row s.c. down each front. Right side facing you, pick up 60 sts. with No. 3 needles around the neck and work in garter st. for 6 rows. Bind off. Steam lightly and sew ribbon at neck edge.




Baby Sacque Pattern

Baby Sacque Pattern

SIZE—3-6 Mos.

MATERIALS—SPINNERIN HEAVEN SPUN 2 balls; 1 pair Knitting Needles No. 3; 1 pair steel Knitting Needles No. 12; 1 steel Crochet Hook No. 4; 3 small pearl buttons.

MEASUREMENTS—Chest 20 inches; bottom to underarm 8 inches; sleeve to underarm 8½ inches.

GAUGE—7½ sts. = 1 inch. 11 rows = 1 inch. Accurate gauge is essential.

PATTERN—Multiple of 9 plus 2. Row 1—K2, *YO, K2, slip 1, K1, P.S.S.O., K2 tog., K2, YO, K1, repeat from * across row. Row 2—Purl. Row 3—K1, *YO, K2, slip 1, K1, P.S.S.O., K2, tog., K2, YO, K1, repeat from * across row. Row 4—Purl. Repeat these 4 rows for pattern.

BODY—Using No. 3 needles, cast on 146 sts. Purl 1 row. Then work in pattern until work measures 8 inches from start. Shape armholes and make yoke as fol­lows: Work in ribbing of K1, P1 for 34 sts., and place these sts. on holder for right front. Bind off next 10 sts., work
across next 58 sts in ribbing of P1, K1 and place these sts. on holder for back; bind off next 10 sts., work 34 sts. remain­ing for left front in ribbing of K1, P1. Working on left front, work in ribbing of K1, P1, dec. 1 st. at arm edge every other row twice. Work even on these 32 sts. until yoke measures 2½ inches. At neck edge, bind off 12 sts. Dec. 1 st. at neck edge every other row 4 times. Work even until yoke measures 4 inches. Bind off loosely. Work right front to correspond with left front, reversing shaping. Work even in ribbing of K1, P1 on the 58 sts. of back until the yoke measures 4 inches. At the beg. of each of the next 2 rows, bind off 16 sts. Bind off remaining 26 sts.

SLEEVES—Using No. 12 needles, cast on 44 sts. Work in ribbing of K1, P1 for 1¾ inches. Change to No. 3 needles and work in ribbing inc. 1 st. each end of needle every 8th row until there are 54 sts. on needle. Work even until sleeve measures 8½ inches from start. At the beg. of each of the next 2 rows bind off 6 sts. Work 8 rows even. Dec. 1 st. each end of needle. Repeat this dec. every 4th row twice more. Then dec. 1 st. each end of needle every other row until 20 sts. remain on needle. Bind off loosely.

FINISHING—Sew shoulder and sleeve seams. Sew sleeves in armholes. Starting at the bottom of right front, work 1 row of S. C. up right front, around neck, down left front and around bottom of sweater, working a picot on each scallop as fol­lows: *Work in S. C. to peak of scallop, ch. 2, S. C. in same st., repeat from * to end of row. Fasten off. Tie in yarn on right front at start of ribbing yoke. Work in S. C., making 3 button loops at even intervals on right front yoke by ch. 2, skip 2. Work shell around neck as fol­lows: S. C. in first st., *ch. 3, work 2 D. C. in same st., skip 2 sts., work 1 S. C. in next st., and repeat from * around neck. Break off. Sew buttons in place on left front.