Free Patterns - PDF downloads
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Zebra Hug Shawlette
Choose 3 colors of the lofty & warm Rowan Alpaca Classic yarn & knit up this cozy hug of a shawlette.
Buzzy Bee Quilt
With two panels and a fat quarter pack from Cori Dantini's For the Love of Bees collection, you'll whip up this fresh little quilt in no time.
Lafayette Bloom Summer Scarf
A pretty and simple summer scarf that shows off the lovely gradient of Lang's Bloom yarn. The scarf is a shallow triangle that is about 14" wide at the peak and tapers to 1" at both ends. It uses just one cake of Bloom, and with its cotton/linen blend and little hints of shiny rayon, it's sure to be your new favorite!
McFly Free Lap Quilt Pattern
A modern take on the traditional Shoo Fly block, supersized to make a quick lap quilt, with a finished size of 60" x 60". Choose two fabrics from the same collection or choose a contrasty/complimentary/dramatic/subtle pairing to make it your own. Ours is made with the two colorways of Marcia Derse's Art History 101 fabric.
Valley Court Cowl - free knitting pattern
Valley Court Cowl is very simple, it's all knitting and slip stitches, nothing complicated at all. It shows off Madeline Tosh Farm Twist DK beautifully, just choose two colors and make your own version! We've even given you some pairing up ideas ;-)
Cote des Neiges Scarf - free knitting pattern
The Cote des Neiges scarf is knit with two skeins of Briggs & Little Softspun Lite N Fancy yarn
, one skein each of two different colors. It's a fairly simple scarf, with an easy cable pattern and one short row section, perfect for learning to do cables! Finished scarf size is about 68" wide, and about 13" deep at the peak.
Fair Isle Baby Sweater free pattern
An easy top-down yoke sweater in baby sizes, with a cute fair-isle pattern suitable for beginners. Knit with two-three skeins of Briggs & Little Heritage yarn
, or any DK weight yarn
Cuddle Baby Blanket - free pattern for a not-quite quilt5 fat quarters
and one yard of Cuddle fabric
are all you need to whip up this quick baby "quilt". Stack and whack the fabric, mix them up & sew back together, then sew to the cuddle, flip & top-stitch - voila, a baby gift in an afternoon! No quilting necessary ;-)