Free Knitting Patterns
As the days get colder and you spend more time inside (staying cosy!) this is the perfect time to start a new knitting project!
Whether you are a beginner knitter or a seasoned expert, there is always time to get the needles out and make something new for Autumn.
If you want something more unique, than say a store bought sweater or pair of socks, then there is only one answer - you should make it yourself!
Starting a new knitting project is a great way to pass some time in fall and create something warm that you will cherish.
Not really cheaper than buying a sweater or pair of chunky knit socks from the store, but you do have the benefits of choosing your yarns and pattern style.
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Easy Knitting Patterns
I really want to make an oversized chunky knit sweater this fall, possibly in a garter stitch, so it’s quick to knit up, I’m not a huge fan of overly intricate projects, as I like to move on and see the finished product.
Making hats is what I like to do in the fall, from chunky yarns that are super soft, in a variety of colours and patterns.
If knitting scarves are more your thing, take a peek at these free scarf knitting patterns that are perfect for fall and winter.
I have a roundup of some of the best knitting patterns from Pinterest for you here >>
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Sock Knitting Pattern
Knit a cosy pair of chunky socks and keep your feet nice and toasty during the colder months.
These cosy socks look like they will be welcomed during the fall on those nights you want to get comfy beside the fire to knit or read a book.
Fingerless Gloves Knitting Pattern
A pair of fingerless gloves is always a good idea......especially if you type and it's cold!
Make yourself a pair to wear during your drive to work or if you work in a cold office - to type!
(This has happened to me before - not saying where but it was a bad winter and the heating system broke down).
Throw Knitting Pattern
A knitted throw like this one might take you a while, but it will be worth it for cosy nights in!
You could make one of these in any colour combination - from neutrals to brights.
Poncho Knitting Pattern
A knitted poncho will look good and keep you warm!
This free knitting pattern looks like it will be great for beginners, introducing you to shaping through increases and decreases.
The poncho would definitely be a wardrobe staple for any fall outfit!
Sweater Knitting Pattern
A knitted sweater pattern that will be easy to make, translated into English by Maria Skappel Holzweiler.
Make yourself a cosy sweater to wear with jeans this fall with this easy knitting pattern.
Knitted Pillow Pattern
A great project for a beginner knitter is a blanket or cushion cover.
The pillows look so warm and cosy, perfect for a nap beside the fire on a cold day in October!
Cable Knit Hooded Scarf Pattern
This cable knit hooded scarf pattern will be a great pattern for any intermediate knitters out there.
The cables and shaping will keep you busy. This knit scarf pattern would be an awesome project to make and give as a gift - just imagine receiving this from a friend!
Fishermans Rib Knitted Pillow Cover
This fisherman's rib knitted pillow cover is a lovely chunky knit and a great beginner knitters project.
If you want to learn how to master the fisherman's rib stitch - this pattern is for you!
Knitted Slipper Socks
Knitted slipper socks will be sure to keep your feet warm and comfortable this fall.
Keeping your feet cosy is important in the colder months and what better way to do it than to make yourself a pair of slippers in chunky yarn.
Cardigan Knitting Pattern
This basic cardigan pattern is a great project for a beginner knitter.
The easy chunky, garter stitch top will be a dream to knit and looks like quite a fast make.
I hope these free patterns have given you some ideas, for new projects to start in fall.
I am currently working on designing and creating new patterns for A/W.
So far I have made a few hats and a HUGE oversized cardigan, which is really slouchy and comfy to wear.
Happy making knitters!
I love a new project, almost as much as yarn shopping!
What projects are you currently working on?
Tell me in the comments below.