Free Pattern Roundup

Hello lovely makers! I have rounded up a bunch of FREE patterns that will keep your fingers busy while you quarantine at home. Whether you knit or crochet, like big or small projects, or have a large or small stash, I think there’s something for everybody! If you make one of these patterns let me know by tagging me on Instagram so I can share, and make sure you tag the designer as well! And if you have a free pattern you’d like others to know about, drop a comment about it with a link!


Faux Knit Bow

The faux knit bows are quick, easy and versatile. This crochet bow is easy to attach to alligator clips or nylon headbands. They are made with slip stitches on the back loop for that knit look with half the time!

Find the pattern here:

Pattern by Ariana Hall | IG: @arianaehall

Color Therapy Blanket

This blanket utilizes your fingering weight scrap stash! With five strands of fingering weight yarn held together, this seed stitch blanket knits up to be not only squish and warm but also beautiful to look at! In this time of uncertainty and isolation, we could all use some comforting colors. 

Find the free pattern on Ravelry here:

Pattern by: Wendy | IG: @WarmStripes

Genesis Messy Bun Beanie

The Genesis Messy Bun Beanie features a 2×2 ribbed brim, followed by an all over broken rib texture. Not only is it easy to memorize, it is also super quick! And with the wide range of sizes, you can make one for any head ;)Link to

Find the free pattern on Ravelry here:

Pattern by: Amy Kate | IG: @thedancingneedle

Puff Stitch Lanyard

The Puff Stitch Lanyard was designed with using your scraps in mind! It’s a simple stitch pattern that’s worked in the round to create a fun, fashionable lanyard! Lion Brand’s 24/7 cotton was used to make the samples but really any worsted weight yarn will do! The pattern includes links to Amazon for the hardware used in the pattern and photo aids to help you along the way. Happy crocheting! 

Find the free crochet pattern here:

Pattern by: Sarah Smith | IG: @stitchedbysarahs

Keeping Cozy Cowl

The Keeping Cozy Cowl is an easy-to-follow knitting pattern. This cowl is comfy and lightweight. It’s the perfect project for that one skein of yarn just sitting on your yarn shelf waiting to be knit! You’ll need US 10/6mm circular knitting needles and approx. 210 yds of worsted yarn (weight 4). It’s meant to be a fun project that keeps you cozy! 

Find the free pattern on Ravelry here:

Pattern by: Anna | IG @little.larkspur.designs

Seachange Baby Blanket

Knit in simple garter stitch with yarn held double, this blanket knits up very quickly, a perfect last-minute gift! You’ll need 3 colors of worsted weight yarn (to be held double), 300 yards each color, 900 yards total.

Find the free pattern on Ravelry here:

Pattern by: Emily | IG @woollybear_knits

Sevens Cowl

This design is fairly beginner friendly, created using only knit and purl stitches with one cable down the middle. It uses bulky (weight 5 yarn) and is knit flat and seamed in the back.

Find the free pattern (and more) on Ravelry here:

Pattern by: Audrey | IG @knitsandpieces_

Boho Triangle Scarf

This crochet pattern is quick and easy to make. It uses weight 3 yarn and J/6 mm hook making it lightweight and perfect for spring!

You can find the pattern here:

Pattern by: Jess | IG @sunsandstitch

Dogwood Dishcloth

I designed this dishcloth using one of my favorite crochet stitches. It is named after Virginia’s state tree and flower: The American Dogwood. Dishcloths make excellent market items, but I especially love to give them as gifts for Christmas, Mother’s Day, birthdays, etc. We use them in our own home all the time as well!

You can find the pattern a few posts back or by clicking here:

Pattern by: me!

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Thanks for reading! I hope you found a pattern you want to make.

XOXO, Kalley

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