In this post, you will see many reader holiday favourites.
During the fall and winter months, there are many cosy knits that people are drawn to making.
In this list, I have included my own patterns, as well as patterns that are featured in round-ups from other designers.
Creating something handmade to wear or decorate your home is a cosy way to spend your time in the colder months.
*Scroll down for the patterns*
From making knit or crochet pumpkins to knitting hats, scarves and wraps.
Also popular are dog sweater knitting patterns, from puppy sweaters to holiday sweaters.
It makes me so happy that so many of you have been visiting to take a look around and enjoy the free patterns.
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Every week leading up to Christmas I will be giving the subscribers free patterns to download.
This will include free pattern PDF’s that will be available Friday through Monday.
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There are so many holiday patterns that you can choose from in the list below.
Including blankets, sweaters, scarves, hats and more.
Both for fall, Halloween and novelty items for Christmas.
Free Knitting Patterns
Making knit or crochet items for gift giving is always a fantastic idea!
If you don’t have much time, you can make a hat in an afternoon or a pair of mittens.
The patterns include;
Fall/Winter Knitting Projects
Whatever you enjoy making, I am sure that like me you are always looking for new project ideas to add to your queue.
It really does become addictive once you get into knitting (or crochet).
Making for yourself or to give as gifts is a great way to spend those chilly afternoons inside!
If you are new to knitting or want a skills refresher then taking a look at this post – knitting for beginners is a great idea.
From basic techniques, like casting on and casting off, to learning simple increases and decreases.
There is also a range of stitch patterns and most of the posts have video tutorials for you to watch.
Take a look at my reader favourites below and use the search box on my site to find new patterns too!
It’s really easy to find what you want- just type in the search (located in the main menu) ‘pumpkin’ or ‘Christmas baby hat’ and you will see a list of blog posts where you can browse for free patterns.
There are so many patterns on the blog, that you will surely find something new to cast on.
There are also free crochet patterns for those of you who like to crochet as well as DIY crafts for all occasions.