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Delightful Cardigan Free Knitting Patterns

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Cute knitted Baby Blankets with Free Knitting Patterns

First I am going to introduce you to the famous Baby Blankets, these are a cute baby blankets, I can make these baby blankets for my little sister when she has a baby, and t...

Variegated Shawls with Free Knitting Patterns

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Hey Folks! This is a project that I am sharing with my friends and family. I have been knitting a lot of Shawls lately and this one is a quick way to get started. I am not affiliated with Shawl Knits Inc. or any of their products.


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Painting Bricks Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

Okay, here we are. The perfect triangle pattern. This pattern is the first pattern of my Triangle Pattern series. It is a cool design, and I think I've done it in a while. Probably for the last time. It's a nice pattern, and I would love to see other people's triangles. So, here we go: I'm going to make this pattern up as I go along. I am going to change the size, if I feel like it. I think it's a lot easier to change the size than it is to do the "flipping" of the pattern.

Level: Upper Beginner Author: Stephen West

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Shawl Collared Vest - WG48 Free Knitting Pattern

This is a basic vest that you can add whatever you want to it – buttons, pockets, lace, etc. The wide shawl collar adds style and a touch of warmth. The vest is knitted flat and then seamed up the back.

Level: Upper Beginner Author: Meg Swansen

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