||This page summarizes some of the knit and crochet
patterns suggested by our members. Two more great
sources of patterns are Wool-Aid
for Afghanistan. And of course the Ravelry pattern
search tool is a great way to find free patterns to
Vision Hat (Crochet) by Marty Miller or Boy's
Crocheted Hat by Marty Miller. These two hat
patterns use the same construction, sideways short rows.
Note: We also have a Modified Crochet Vision Hat which contains a few minor tweaks to the original pattern.
|Hugs and Kisses Hat (Knit) - Warm Hands has been granted free use of this pattern by Mission Falls.|
Cap (knit) by A Morehouse Merino Original - a great
worsted weight hat pattern
|Zadig (Knit) by Karen Borrel - another great worsted weight hat pattern.|
||Simply Ribbed Hat (Knit) by Haley Waxberg - worsted weight hat pattern (free download from Knit-o-Matic.)|
||Double Layer Hat (Knit) by Arlene Williams - Worsted weight, very thick and reversible hat.|
||Very Warm Hat (Knit) by Elizabeth Zimmerman - worsted weight hat. Found in a number of Elizabeth Zimmerman books (see the Ravelry pattern page for details) or may be obtained from SchoolhousePress.|
||Brr Baby Beanie (Crochet) - earflap style hat|
||Basic Neckwarmer (Knit) by Anna Hromova|
Me Warm Vest (Knit) by Donna Stypczynski and Jackie
Lambert - double stranded worsted weight or bulky weight
for Peace (Crochet) by Susan Wills and Sue Clark -
worsted weight pattern
Sweater (Crochet) by Kathleen Sams
Pattern for Children's Mittens (Knit) by Elizabeth
Durand - worsted weight. Can also be made by double
stranding fingering and worsted weight.
Heavy Socks (Knit) by Briggs & Little - worsted
weight socks, good basic pattern for first time sock
Basic Kids Sock (Knit) by Evelyn Skae - great for
fingering weight socks
Toes (Knit) by Christiane Burkhard - worsted / aran /
bulky weight sock pattern
Vertical Stripe (Crochet) by Bella Dia - great scrap
yarn or stash buster project. Can be made with each
row using a different colour.
Stitch Baby Blanket (Crochet) by Guylaine Chalifour
Ripple Shawl (Crochet) by Lion Brand Yarn - using
worsted or bulky weight yarn, this pattern can be used to
make a ripple afghan suitable for babies.
Mitered Square Shawl (Crochet) by Carlene Paquette -
using worsted weight yarn, this pattern is a great scrap
project and can be used to make afghans of any size.
|Last updated: February 2017. Please contact the webmaster to report any problems with the page.|