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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Freebies (no spend required)
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  • glamourpugglamourpug Forumite
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    Two good collections of free knitting patterns:

    one for babies, children and toys: http://www.allaboutyou.com/craft/baby-child-toy-free-knitting-patterns/special

    one for men [only 4 patterns tho!]: http://www.allaboutyou.com/craft/knitting-patterns-for-men/special
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  • Snowy_OwlSnowy_Owl Forumite
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    Thanks for this!!!! I've recently found my knitting bag and am knitting a patch-work quilt. It is for me, in my new house with my husband to be to keep me cosy (when he's not) and for wrapping up any future babies!!!!

    I am finding it very relaxing!

    Snowy
    :j I feel I am diagonally parked in a parallel universe :j
  • edited 6 June 2009 at 8:13AM
    mathew1mathew1 Forumite
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    edited 6 June 2009 at 8:13AM
    Hi folks,

    I also came across one site named FaveCrafts.com

    You will find hundreds of free crochet and knitting patterns along with a beginner's guide to crochet with how to videos for every crochet stitch.

    Cheers!
  • glamourpugglamourpug Forumite
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    http://www.allaboutyou.com/craft/free-knitting-patterns-collection/special

    Calling itself 'the ultimate knitting pattern collection': this has patterns for women's cardigans, shrugs, wraps and shawls, and baby clothes, and some cushions and rather cute tea cosies - about 50 all in all, I reckon
    Highest debt: mountain of £8,691 in early 2003. [strike]Debt when I joined MSE in 06: mound of around £2,246... smaller mound of around £1900[/strike][strike] :) / as of Apr 07 little heap of £443[/strike]. as of June 1 2007: zero
  • mum2onemum2one Forumite
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    glamourpug wrote: »
    http://www.allaboutyou.com/craft/free-knitting-patterns-collection/special

    Calling itself 'the ultimate knitting pattern collection': this has patterns for women's cardigans, shrugs, wraps and shawls, and baby clothes, and some cushions and rather cute tea cosies - about 50 all in all, I reckon

    Got to say a massive thank you, theres some brilliant patterns and without sounding tight, I noticed the boat pattern on childrens is DK wool, so were not tied into the posh wool at £4 a ball, this makes it really excellent value
    Thank you again xx
    xx rip dad... we had our ups and downs but we’re always be family xx
  • The blog fadedsplendour.com has a good range of free vintage patterns to download, from the 1940s and earlier. They normally add a new pattern weekly. Great retro toys and sweaters! Tried to post some pictures but not allowed
  • Lets Knit


    I came across this site via a competition newsletter (I did search, but couldn't find it listed here).


    Registration is free :D, and they have various patterns available for download in the following categories:-

    Bags (16 patterns)
    Hats & Gloves (11 patterns)
    Toys & Homewares (17 patterns)
    Socks (5 patterns)

    I personally don’t knit ;), but hopefully this will be useful to the many who do.


    Note: FYI - at the top of the home page, there are also links to various other craft related sites :j.



    Thanks as ever to all posters :beer:
    May contain nuts. Your mileage may vary. Batteries not included. Thanks to all posters :D


  • SeakaySeakay Forumite
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    blondedate wrote: »
    This is a wonderful find, thanks to all who submitted links as I love knitting. Sadly, the cost of balls of wool have outweighed the ready made jumpers now but if anyone has a cheap wool source, I'd love to know. knitting has recently been recommended for depression sufferers and also hyperactivity can be channelled with knitting.


    Kemp wools are good - end of line Sirdar and others at reduced prices.

    http://kempswoolshop.com/home.aspx
  • mum2onemum2one Forumite
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    Seakay wrote: »
    Kemp wools are good - end of line Sirdar and others at reduced prices.

    http://kempswoolshop.com/home.aspx

    Theres some amazing bargains on there x
    xx rip dad... we had our ups and downs but we’re always be family xx
  • hi newbie here...i go by the name e.links...thanks for posting your information and the link...i always wanting to do knitting but i don't know how...i know cross stitch...but not knitting....thanks again!
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