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    • July1962
    • By July1962 25th Oct 08, 3:02 PM
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    Free knitting patterns.
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    • 25th Oct 08, 3:02 PM
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    Free knitting patterns. 25th Oct 08 at 3:02 PM
    http://www.knittingpatterncentral.com/

    "Knitting Pattern Central is an online directory featuring thousands of links to free knitting patterns. Choose from 50+ categories, including clothing, hats, afghans, stuffed animals, toys, dishcloths, and much more."

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  • loobie lou
    Ah MSE is such a wonderful site. I have made it my mission to start knitting and was just looking up free patterns and I stumbled upon this link I get that it's not been written in since September but WOWSERS it has made my night. TY
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    • mum2one
    • By mum2one 29th Dec 11, 11:21 PM
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    Ah MSE is such a wonderful site. I have made it my mission to start knitting and was just looking up free patterns and I stumbled upon this link I get that it's not been written in since September but WOWSERS it has made my night. TY
    Originally posted by loobie lou
    Your have fun knitting, I've picked up a few patterns from the links. xx
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  • Bambi_loves_cookies
    You will also find lots of free knitting and crochet patterns on The Making Spot website as well as gorgeous free tutorials. Love.
    • purpleorchid
    • By purpleorchid 5th Feb 12, 9:28 PM
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    wondering if someone can point me in the right direction
    im looking for a basic bobble hat pattern or beanie for my 7yr old daughter, but everyone i find is chunky wool, i have dk. any suggestions?

    Luv P
    xx

  • falady
    Hi Purple orchid - have a look at Debbie Bliss' patterns. There is a great beanie hat in her Baby Knits for Beginners book. Also, there is a very simple bobble hat in Aneeta Patel's book 'Knitty Gritty'.

    Hope that helps,

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    • purpleorchid
    • By purpleorchid 5th Feb 12, 11:17 PM
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    thanks, can i get these free online or are they to be bought?

    Luv P
    xx

    • littlewillow
    • By littlewillow 6th Feb 12, 8:15 AM
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    I am just learning to knit so this is definitely going in the bookmarks
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    • paul2louise
    • By paul2louise 25th Nov 12, 1:40 PM
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    I am looking for a toddler Christmas cardigan or jumper like

    http://direct.asda.com/george/younger-boys-knitwear/chunky-knit-reindeer-jumper/G004024423,default,pd.html

    With a reindeer on it or something similar. Can't really find any patterns, wondered if anyone could help. I have looked at some of the websites listed above.
    • lavendergirl
    • By lavendergirl 26th Nov 12, 11:34 AM
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    Free knitting patters
    Another useful site for free knitting patterns is www.ravelry.com
    You have to sign up but no other issues. I use them all the time and have had compliments with what I have used.
    • hannonle
    • By hannonle 30th Dec 12, 8:19 PM
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    hannonle
    I am looking for a toddler Christmas cardigan or jumper like



    With a reindeer on it or something similar. Can't really find any patterns, wondered if anyone could help. I have looked at some of the websites listed above.
    Originally posted by paul2louise
    It's probably too late now that Christmas is over, but this one goes up to age 3/4 and is free. I found it via ravelry in less than one minute. There were other not-free ones too if you wanted to pay.
    number 597 at garnstudio dot com. (grrr at not being able to link!!!!)
    • Pomdren
    • By Pomdren 30th Dec 12, 8:37 PM
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    Pomdren
    It's probably too late now that Christmas is over, but this one goes up to age 3/4 and is free. I found it via ravelry in less than one minute. There were other not-free ones too if you wanted to pay.
    number 597 at garnstudio dot com. (grrr at not being able to link!!!!)
    Originally posted by hannonle
    Here you go http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/en/pattern.php?id=597
    • paul2louise
    • By paul2louise 31st Dec 12, 8:20 AM
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    Thanks guys, my little boy is not 2 yet so gran could knit this for next year. She knitted him a little plain hoodie this year. I got the one from Asda, it was easier as there wasn't enough time for her to knit one.
    • Miss_Sal
    • By Miss_Sal 29th Mar 19, 12:38 PM
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    More free knitting patterns
    [FONT="Comic Sans MS"][COLOR="DarkOrchid"]Deramores have literally hundreds of FREE patterns to choose from and most can be downloaded to your iPad so you can start knitting straight-away!

    I've been able to create some beautiful projects from here and there are lots of free baby patterns too!

    • borkid
    • By borkid 29th Mar 19, 2:20 PM
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    borkid
    [FONT="Comic Sans MS"][COLOR="DarkOrchid"]Deramores have literally hundreds of FREE patterns to choose from and most can be downloaded to your iPad so you can start knitting straight-away!

    I've been able to create some beautiful projects from here and there are lots of free baby patterns too!

    Originally posted by Miss_Sal
    I've not read the whole of the thread but for free knitting patterns join ravelry.com Lots of free patterns and help on the site.
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