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Links to Free Patterns

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(Please note that nearly all of the links I post in these weblog entries are external, so some links may be broken.)

If you're celebrating the Fourth of July tomorrow, have a barbecue and then knit a pair of American flag socks and a matching hat. Yes, I know we're in the middle of summer. But it'll make for an interesting way to celebrate.
03.07.02. «

More beautiful antique lace edging patterns courtesy of Vintage Knits. I have a good stash of white yarn between fingering and sportweight (gauge is 6 stitches per inch on 3.5 mms), so I might knit a blanket in reverse stockinette stitch, and create a lace edging for it using the leaf pattern. Something like that makes for an excellent baby gift that I know I would have loved to receive when I had my kid!
10.06.02. «

A free pattern for a nice-looking knit shawl. I've never worn a shawl in my life, but why not start this winter? It seems like such a cosy thing to do.
28.05.02. «'s a wonderful collection of historical knitting patterns gathered from 19th and early 20th century sources. Something like this baby bib, for example, makes for a nice heirloom gift.
21.05.02. «

Quick knit accessories for spring: Kerchief and little bag. Cute! And I see a lot of ways to modify these patterns to suit one's tastes.
17.04.02. «

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