The most popular & best knitting patterns for your knitted wardrobe. Create your own knitted wardrobe with this collection of simple and easy knitting patterns.
These patterns are ideal for beginners who know the basic knitting stitches and are looking to knit their own winter accessories.
I love, love, love seeing which knitting patterns are your favorite each year!
From the looks of my most popular patterns so far this year, you guys are loving the chunky wintertime knitting patterns with an emphasis on the shrugs.
If you’re anything like me, you’re knitting list is a mile long, yet you’re always on the lookout for the latest trends. I put together this round-up of my most popular patterns to help guide you to the patterns that get the most love.
Most of these free patterns are great for new knitter’s who are looking for simple, quick and easy patterns to knit.
I hope this list saves you time browsing, so you can spend more time knitting.
Browse this list below of my 10 Most Popular & Best FREE Knitting Patterns. You’ll find everything from an oversized shawl, jumbo blanket, chunky knit poncho, shrug sweaters and more.
This Chunky Poncho Sweater Knitting Pattern is a great pattern for beginner knitters. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to knit a poncho!
Learn how to knit this seamless Patchwork Quilt Blanket Sweater for beginners pattern. If you love knitting blankets, then you’re gonna love this Blanket Sweater Shrug pattern!
Master the knit stitch with this Beginner Shrug Knitting Pattern. If you’re an absolute beginner knitter, this is the perfect first time garment pattern. By the time you’ve finished this pattern you’ll have mastered the knit stitch! Using Lion Brand Yarn Wool-Ease Thick & Quick makes it a quick knit too!
Learning to knit in the round on circular needles using the magic loop method was a game changer for me. I really dislike the look of seams, so the magic loop method allows me to knit small circumferences without seams, like baby hats, socks, leg warmers, fingerless gloves, sleeves, and more. It opened a whole new world of knitting for me. I hope it helps you too. ❤️
If you’re like me when I first started knitting and afraid of knitting cables, I knitted for a whole year before I worked up the courage to try cable knitting. That’s okay! I encourage you to just watch the videos to see how it’s done and then one day you might be ready to take the leap into cable knitting. You got this!
Even thought it’s a quick knit I couldn’t knit a lot at one time, making it a great pattern to alternate with thinner yarns to give my hands a some diversity.
This makes for a beautiful baby blanket too! Not so much to cover up with, but as a pad to lay them on because it’ll help protect them from a cold hardwood floor.
This is a free beginner scoop shrug knitting pattern that I designed so that anyone can knit it! It has a simple texture that lays flat and you can easily alter to fit your body and style. To keep the math at a minimum, it doesn’t have a border, it has a pretty slip stitch edge.
Are you looking for a beginner triangle shawl knitting pattern? Well, this is absolutely the easiest knit shawl pattern! This shawl starts with a single stitch at the bottom tip. It’s a simple 2 row repeat. Knit all the stitches and then add 2 stitches on every other row.
Looking for the latest style of knitted hat? This waffle stitch knit hat is a popular style this year! What does that mean for you? You get to sport the latest trends at the fraction of the cost and they make great gifts! Especially for those hard to shop for teens, and it’s unisex. :)
Which pattern are you knitting next?
A cozy shrug? An oversized triangle shawl? A chunky poncho sweater? Whichever one you choose I hope you enjoy knitting it and love wearing it.
Happy knitting! 🧶