Free Patterns

Here are a few of my free knitting patterns. Please do not distribute the patterns or images without my consent, or sell items made from them. Printer-friendly versions are also available.

Dragonskin iTouch cover

Dragonskin iTouch coverA knitted cosy for an iPod Touch, with a dragon skin front and cabled back.
Knitted in fingering/sock/4-ply.

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Frost Flowers socks

Frost Flowers SocksA charted sock pattern based on the Frost Flowers stitch pattern.
Knitted in fingering/sock/4-ply.

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Seaweed socks

Seaweed SocksA toe-up sock pattern based on the Seaweed stitch pattern.
Knitted in fingering/sock/4-ply.

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Diagonal iPod cosy

Diagonal ipod cosyA knitted cosy for an iPod Touch, with an alternating diagonal pattern.
Knitted in fingering/sock/4-ply.

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Dayflower cowl

Dayflower cowlAn easy-to-follow lace pattern with written as well as charted instructions.
Knitted in fingering/4-ply weight yarn.

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Bungay socks

Bungay socksA toe-up sock pattern inspired by fields of buttercups.
Knitted in fingering/sock/4-ply.

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Diamond wristers

Diamond wristersWritten for slender wrists that get cold easily, this pattern features delicate cabling to add interest and ribbing to help grip.
Knitted in fingering/sock/4-ply.

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Drooping Elm cowl

Drooping elm cowlAn easy-to-follow lace pattern with written as well as charted instructions.
Knitted in sport/DK weight yarn.

Also available in Spanish.

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Flutter on by

Flutter on byAdd a bit of whimsy to your wardrobe with a winged creature that won’t eat your woollens.
Knitted in fingering/sock/4-ply.

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2 thoughts on “Free Patterns

  1. Margaret Reinke

    re the Dayflower Cowl pattern.
    I am confused…. I have put markers at every 17 sts.
    Row 4 ends up with 17 st.
    but doing Row 5 with K3, ask, K10 is only 15 …. ?????
    is it supposed to be ask x 2???
    I hope you can help me quickly, I want to knit this pattern
    for a gift due Nov. 14, 2014. Today is Oct. 25.
    Many thanks.
    Margaret

    Reply
    1. fakoriginal Post author

      After you completed round 4 you should have had 15 stitches between each marker as there were 7 stitches decreased per repeat in round 4 and only 5 stitches increased per repeat that round. Perhaps you worked a k2tog instead of the two k3tog? This would leave you two extra stitches per repeat.

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