FREE Patterns

This is a listing of my FREE patterns! You can find all my other knit & crochet patterns on my Etsy site.

Check back often for new patterns!

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knitkorknisse*Kork Nisse Knit

Knit your very own gnome-like creature using a wine cork and a bit of yarn. These Scandinavian Folklore inspired creatures are sure to delight as you embellish with buttons, bells and maybe even a bit of wool for a beard!

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crochetkorknise*Kork Nisse Crochet

Crochet your very own gnome-like creature using a wine cork and a bit of yarn. These Scandinavian Folklore inspired creatures are sure to delight as you embellish with buttons, bells and maybe even a bit of wool for a beard!

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pumpkinspice1*Pumpkin Spice (Crochet Pattern)

Make a quick patch of pumpkins with this simple pattern using chunky yarn and a cinnamon stick! Crochet with multiple strands of yarn to make varying sizes of pumpkins. Add a curly cew vine to top off the freshly picked pumpkin. A little bit of spice and everything nice!

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PicotFanPlacemat2*Picot Fan Placemat – Inspired by a placemat passed down to me from my grandmother, this lovely oval placemat ends with a flourish! Grandma always made lovely things for her home, and so can you with this simple pattern. Make a matching set or each in a different color.  Perfect for your table décor!

 

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ShoulderHugFront*Big Hook Shoulder Hug-Give yourself or a friend a warm hug with this lovely capelet-style wrap. Enjoy the quick work of crocheting with a big hook! One size fits many and can be made smaller simply by using a different gauge yarn. Make several in solids, variegated, and textured yarns for every outfit.

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SimpleCrochetHandWarmers*Simple Crochet Handwarmers-Beauty in simplicity is the main feature of these fingerless hand warmers! Crocheted all in one piece, with no seams, double crochets and a few half-doubles make these an easy evening project. Multiple sizes to fit hands from child to adult.

 

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PatsysPerfectTunic1*Patsy’s Perfect Tunic-This is a perfect BEGINNER pattern! Two rectangles knitted in a simple basketweave pattern. Sew top shoulder seams and side seams. Choose any colorful, self-striping, variegated yarn in a bulky weight. Make it in a weekend, block it, and wear to your next local author book-signing like I did!! Mine was still damp when I pulled it off the blocking board…I just couldn’t wait to wear it. My mom now has two of them and we wear them ALL THE TIME!!

 

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*Stashbuster Mixed-Media Cowl-Perfect way to use up leftover yarns of all kinds! And keep your neck warm at the same time. Solids, variegated, textured, sparkly…all fibers can be combined to create a one-of-a-kind cowl to your taste! Even combine yarns of differing weights to crochet and/or knit this cowl. This is a photo-tutorial, not a printable pattern. Enjoy!

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA*The Must-Make Cupcake-A fat-free/sugar free option for celebrating the birthday kid in all of us! You can choose whatever yarns you’d like (a great stash-buster) to create small to “Texas” size cupcakes. They are so fun to give! Little ones love carrying them around by the candle, then holding them up to “foof” out the flame. Adults are just as delighted, though without the “foofing”.☺

The cupcake itself is all crocheted, with a knitted candle. (Every crocheter will benefit from knowing how to knit!!) But for those of you who want a crocheted option, I’ve got it here for you as well.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA*Owl Mania-Crochet pattern for a cute stuffed owl and a matching purse. These crocheted owls and purse are “make- in-a-day” projects! Perfect for giving to a child, grandchild, or to the kid in you! I love my flock of owls around the house. Stuff them with lavender or pine to make a sachet. Young girls love the purse for their lip gloss and hair bows. Use up your stash on these since they only take small amounts of yarn.

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Di-VineSocks4*Di-Vine Yoga Socks-The perfect pairing of yoga and knitting. Warmth for your feet and peace for your mind, as you knit these simple socks. Chain stitch a leafy vine for growth and renewal! You’ll have these made in a jiffy for your next yoga session.

 

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA*Nesting Birds-These crocheted birds are fun to make from head to tail to fluffy nest. Make some for every season: pastel colors for spring, brights for summer, muted colors for fall, and deep reds and blues for winter. Use your stash to mix and match yarns for the bird and its nest. They make a lovely gift for anyone…especially bird lovers! And who doesn’t love birds?

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA*Pyramid Gift Box-A quick and easy knit for gift giving! Fill this simply constructed pyramid box with candies, jewelry, and the like. A crocheted slip stitch edges the box and chains create the button holes. Top the pyramid with a profusion of leftover bits of yarn to add to the celebration! The recipient will delight in the “wrapping” just as much as the gift.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA*Easy-Peasy Lace Scarf-The simplest in lace knitting! You’ll have this scarf finished in no time with this easiest of patterns for a lacy, ripply look! And it even has instructions for making it into a shawl!!

 

 

 

 

 

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StripedySkirt2*Stripedy Mini-Tree Skirt-Even your little Christmas tree needs a skirt. Use up your stash to crochet this striped tree skirt in no time at all! Add buttons and voila!

Stripedy Mini-Tree Skirt PAGE 3!!!-due to a glitch in technology, there are two separate PDF’s for this pattern.  So please, download this third page!

 

 

 

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*Snowy Frostman Pattern-Crochet this wonderfully plush, over a foot tall, snowman!! Perfect for a child or child at heart! Hidden extra pattern in the snowman’s scarf!!

 

 

 

 

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*Mini Frostman Pattern-A sweet pattern for crocheting little snowmen to hang as ornaments or use for decoration, or give to a child.

 

 

 

 

 

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*The Basic Knitted Scarf (BKS)-This pattern is for a basic knitted scarf in Garter Stitch.  It offers all the possibilities one could make based on yarn weight and needle sizes.  It also describes tons of scarf variations for you to make it your own!  Fringing, embellishments, and making a pocket version are all featured in this pattern.

 

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA*Simple Knitted Flowers-A Mini How-To Post to make the simplest of flowers! Add to your scarves, pocket books, etc.

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*Big & Bold Bookmarks-A Mini How-To Post to make these wonderful bookmarks to give away or keep for yourself.

 

 

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA*Twirly Girl Scarf-A fun swirly scarf made of the simple curly-q we crocheted as kids! Make this scarf as long or short as you like. The pattern includes tips for combining colors too!

 

 

 

 

 

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*It’s So Fluffy Cowl-A perfect beginner level pattern my 10-year old daughter created! Garter Stitch, two yarns, and two buttons are all you need to make this cozy gift for yourself or a friend!

 

 

 

 

 

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA*Rosettes a Trois-Three crocheted rosettes composed of three layers of crochet motifs. They add a lovely touch to any shawl, scarf, bag, sweater, or even as a gift topper! Choose either a clasp or a pin back to attach the rosette to any type of fabric. You will have so much fun putting these together and even making new combinations of your own! Color and texture choices in yarn transform these rosettes to any style, from elegant to funky.

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*My Colorful Granny Throw-A Fabulous “Mixed Media” take on the eternal Granny Square! Use up your stash to create one-of-a-kind afghans-of-art!!

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7 thoughts on “FREE Patterns

  1. Pam says:

    They are all beautiful but I truly love the Snowy Frostman Pattern!!!!! If knitting was my thing I would make a dozen! The snowflake sweater will look great over leggings. I do love your different uses of color. Have a wonderful colorful day,

    • jenpedwards says:

      Thank you Pam!! So glad to “see” you here on my blog! I’m thinking you have a love for snowmen, taking into account your profile pic and other pics you post on FB! I’m wearing Snowflake Sweater now with my leggings and boots! Perfect for our frigid temps today! Thanks for commenting here!!

  2. TumblingTomatoes says:

    I’ve just stumbled onto your site & I LOVE LOVE LOVE these cute pics/illustrations you have on here as well as your free patterns. I’ve just printed the Easy-Peasy-Lace one & it’s perfect for a gift for my younger sister who’ll be doing some traveling to colder areas in the upcoming weeks!
    Thanks a bunch!

  3. Patricia says:

    Kim Guzman showed your placemat and it is lovely – I’m going to try lengthening it to make a table runner for my sister. And I saw many other patterns I can’t wait to try. Thank you so much for sharing them.

    • Jennifer Edwards says:

      Hi Patricia! Thank you so much for stopping in to say hi and I so appreciate your “thank you”! I hope you enjoy making the placemat/runner you have in mind! Enjoy! Have a lovely day! -Jennifer

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