Using free doily knitting patterns can become an obsession even for those that have never attempted to make a doily before, simply because they are such a departure from many other knitting projects. Doilies are generally artful, delicate and instantly add an injection of old-school style and class into any home, not to mention that they can usually be easily worked into any home decorating theme. Below are some of the prettier free doily knitting pattern that I've come across recently - some are vintage knitting patterns while others are considerably more modern. A few of these knitting patterns are by design directed to those with strong knitting skills and a couple can be completed by beginners, so make certain to choose a pattern wisely before starting.
Free Pot Holder Knitting Patterns Every kitchen needs to be adorned with certain items that provide both function and decor, and making potholders from free knitting patterns fulfills a large need. The overwhelming majority of the free potholder knitting patterns found on the internet are designed by regular people that enjoy the art of knitting, so they tend to be easy to make but still present beautiful decorative features. When these free potholder knitting patterns are used in conjunction with yarns that are very washable they can last for years in some cases, retaining their shape, color and aesthetic qualities. Here are 6 different potholder knitting patterns that cover a variety of different decorating themes in the kitchen: (read more)
Towel Topper Knitting Patterns Towel toppers are an excellent way to make a personalized statement in you kitchen decor by using your knitting skills to make a positive impact on your home's appearance. Some call a towel topper a "hanger" because in nearly every pattern there is a way that enables the towel to be hung within easy reach, in most instances by simply snapping or unsnapping a button. Whatever name you place upon them a knitted towel topper is usually a fast and easy project regardless of the skill level of the person that is making it and these also serve as wonderful gifts for friends and family. Below is a short list of some of the more attractive free towel topper knitting patterns that were recently discovered - take a closer look with a keen eye toward experimentation and you may be pleasantly surprised at what is possible. (read more)
Free Pillow Knitting Patterns The hobby of knitting pillows is as old as the art of knitting itself, and many that knit gravitate toward pillow patterns almost exclusively. The sheer number of free knitting patterns for pillows available on the internet is staggering, but hopefully this can be simplified a bit by narrowing your individual search criteria. Below is a list of some of the knitting pillow patterns that are making the rounds currently, which represent a fairly common variety of themes to suit most tastes. Examine each of these closely before starting on a new pillow project - while most are fairly easy a few of these demand that a bit more experience is needed. (read more)
Free Halloween Knitting Patterns With Halloween just around the corner now is the time to get knitting on those Halloween patterns before it's too late. Luckily, many of the free knitting Halloweenpatterns are somewhat smaller and shorter in duration as some other projects, but they still demand appropriate attention - no one likes an oval shaped pumpkin that was rushed. Below you'll find some of the latest free Halloween knitting patternsavailable on the web. Many of these are fairly simple in design and do not require advanced skills to complete, but a few are a tad bit more difficult. If you decide to benefit from one of these free knitting patterns remember to drop a fast email to the creator when possible to thank them for their generosity in sharing the wonderful knitting (read more)
Free Knitting Patterns for Women's Jackets Knitting women's jackets is one of the best ways available to expand a wardrobe considerably by using basic knitting skills to avoid making clothing purchases from normal retail outlets. In overview, $20 to $30 spent on yarns when combined with a reasonable amount of time knitting equals savings on jackets that can easily be several hundred dollars or more. Here are some of these great free knitting patterns that create beautiful and unique jackets: (read more)