Free Pattern Friday Knitting: Free Knit Baby Cocoon Patterns & More

Posted by on Mar 29, 2013 in Knitting | Comments


As the week comes to a close, we prep you for a fun-filled weekend of knitting. Here is your batch of free knitting patterns, which we’re kicking off with a heart-melting free baby cocoon knitting pattern! There’s plenty more, so be sure to check them all out, download what you like, and get knitting with these wonderful free knitting patterns from the Craftsy Pattern Marketplace.

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Baby Cocoon Knitting Pattern

This free baby cocoon knitting pattern by Eileen Casey is the perfect way to keep the little one in your life warm. It’s practical, and it makes a gorgeous gift, too!

free knit sofa throw pattern
Throw Knitting Pattern

Why spring for a new sofa, when you can dress it up right by making this free sofa throw knitting pattern from the DesiLoop pattern shop. Home decor meets knitting meets free!

free toddler vest knit pattern
Toddler Vest Knitting Pattern

All toddlers are cute, but how many of them are stylish? By knitting this free striped toddler vest pattern from the Laurel Lane Knits pattern store on Craftsy you can be sure whoever is wearing it will certainly be one fashionable kid.

free knit poppy flower accessory pattern
Flower Accessory Knitting Pattern

Brighten a blazer. Spruce up a suit. Knit this free poppy buttonhole accessory knitting pattern by madmonkeyknits, and you’ll have one eye-catching accessory!

free knit pattern for hand warmers
Handwarmers Knitting Pattern

Colorful and whimsical, this free Rhumba handwarmer knitting pattern by Dancing Leaf Farm, will have you knitting handwarmers that are so gorgeous, you might just hope Spring never arrives.

Remember, we post awesome free knitting patterns each and every Friday. So check back and make sure all your weekends are crafty with Craftsy! And in case you missed last week’s free patterns, find them here.

Come back to the Craftsy blog tomorrow for a look at adorable knit baby shoe patterns.

Comments

  1. Elia Rosa Medinilla says:

    Me gusta mucho tejer, y ustedes tienen cosas preciosas, gracias por compartirlas.

  2. Doris Ahee says:

    how do i get the pattern

    1. Support says:

      Hello! You can click on the words in orange next to each pattern to add them to your cart for free. If you are having trouble with Rhumba Handwarmers, you can try this link instead: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/knitting/accessory/free-rhumba-handwarmers/42173

  3. susan says:

    I to get a book sent to me of the hand wormer please

    1. Support says:

      Hello! You can access the free Rhumba Handwarmer pattern here: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/knitting/accessory/free-rhumba-handwarmers/42173. From there, just add it to your cart and process the transaction for free! This will add the pattern to your account library where you will be able to download it anytime!

  4. Connie says:

    Hello,
    I’m interested in the Handwarmer’s knitting pattern, but the link takes me to a needle felting basics tutorial instead. Will you update the link?

    Thanks!

    1. Support says:

      Hello! We’re sorry about that. Can you try clicking this link to access the Rhumba Handwarmer pattern: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/knitting/accessory/free-rhumba-handwarmers/42173. Thanks for helping to bring this to our attention so we can update the link!

  5. Donna Hirsh says:

    Trying to get the free pattern (instructions) for the Rhumba handwarmers, but when I click on it, I get a felting pattern. Would be grateful if you could help. THanks.

    1. Support says:

      Hello! We’re sorry about that. Can you try clicking this link to access the Rhumba Handwarmers: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/knitting/accessory/free-rhumba-handwarmers/42173. Thanks for bringing this to our attention so we can update the link!

  6. shirley kelly says:

    please can you email me the free pattern for the baby cocoon thank you

  7. Elizabeth Deamone says:

    would love to make this patterns, but the yarn i have is not exactly the same gauze, how could i adjust the pattern to fit the gauge i have

    elizabeth