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Free faerwear patterns available on Ravelry.com

Free faerwear knitting patterns available for download on Ravelry.com:

Here are links to free faerwear knitting patterns you can download in pdf format via Ravelry.com. Links will take you directly to the pattern page there, though you will need to be or become a member to download them (and if you’re knitting and you’re not on Ravelry – um…  it’s time!).

free knitting pattern | Evie's Dream Scarf | faerwear

Evie’s Dream Scarf – i knit this for a friend in San Luis Obispo using a lace stitch pattern from a dictionary, with a simple garter stitch border. Mine was done in Manos Silk Blend and US11 needles. That was lovely yarn for this and one skein gave me a four foot scarf after blocking. This pattern is written instructions only, no chart.

 

 

free knitting pattern | cables and lace dishcloth | faerwear

Cables’N’Lace – a lot of people have made their first cable and lace forays with this sweet little square. A combination of easy lace and a simple, single-direction cable stitch, it looks far more complicated than it actually is.  These instructions are written only, no chart.

 

 

hip to be square dishcloth | free knitting pattern | faerwearHip To Be Square – this square, which knits into a nice washcloth/dishcloth, is an easy beginner pattern comprised of a blend of square stitches. It’s been used quite frequently as a blanket square as well.faerwear

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Free faerwear patterns available on Ravelry.com

  1. I chose this website at random seeking some help to find a 30 decade old knitting pattern. I’ve enjoyed reading here and seems quite interesting to keep up with, but I’m not
    seeking membership just some help. I just do not know where to go or how to search.
    The pattern is a 1986 copyrighted by Susan Bates, Inc. (Patons Diana) Softly Cabled using
    size 17 circular needles. Please direct me. Blessings be with you and your new baby and
    HAPPY KNITTING.
    Thanks, kanodefk@embarqmail.com

    1. I’m afraid I’m no help in that – try ravelry.com or google!

  2. Nimble fingers, Sure like this site. Looking forward to see what you add to this blog.

    1. You go girl! I learned to knit in a home for unwed mothers. Feel blessed you have a healthy baby on the way that you can love and knit for always

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  4. Hey, Dori, I’M reading this blog! Been following you wherever you go. So excited about your pregnancy! Much much love to you from all the Rushkoffs.

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