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Free Knitting Patterns

All of the patterns on this page are either copyrighted to me, Sarah Bradberry, are in the public domain, or used with permission of the copyright owners.

By viewing these patterns you are agreeing to respect the copyright of the designers who allow their work to appear in this collection

Patterns marked with a W are part of the knitting wiki


Baby and Toddler Items

Baby mittens with free knitting pattern available

(pattern is in my blog)

This little cardigan has a clever and pretty butterfly stitch border

Bags and Backpacks


(pdf file in English and German)

Brooches and Pins

Colour Charts

Christmas Holiday Charts

TV, Toy, Book, and Movie Charts

(scroll down a little for an awesome T-65 X-Wing Star Fighter by Forster Knitting Design)

(6 characters)

(10 charts)

More Chart Downloads




Counterpanes and Bedspreads

W (square counterpane with leaves)

W (lace chevron stripe)

W (honeycomb stripe)

Cushions and Pillows

Doilies, Mats and Tablecloths

. (pdf file in English and German)

Hair Accessories

Hats and Head Warmers

(for sale)

(for sale)

(for sale)

Patterns that can be knit on the Bond ISM

Lace Edgings, Insertions Etc


Updated and corrected with charts and photos. These patterns are listed in the order they appear in the book.

21: W

Miscellaneous Patterns

Mittens and Gloves

Baby mittens with free knitting pattern available

(pattern is in my blog)

(pdf file in English and German)

Scarves, Stoles and Neckwarmers

(and a matching skullcap too)

Shawls and Shrugs

Socks and Slippers

Stitch Patterns

(four original chevron stitches)

W 1891

W at the cast on and cast off edge

W 1891 (four patterns)

Tea Cosies/Cozies

Toys and Doll's Clothes

These little dolls are made from yarn wound around card and tied into doll shapes, then dressed with little knitted costumes made from very simple shapes. This style of doll was popular in both Victorian times and during WW2

Another pair of tied wool dolls, Poppet and Pete are from a c 1939 publication, Patons Craft Book C1

Clothes for Barbie-Sized Dolls

Clothes for Beanie Babies

Clothes for

Washcloths and Dishcloths

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