Knitting

Cabled jacket knitting pattern free

JacketKeep warm this winter in this comfy fitted jacket

Design by Bronagh Miskelly

SIZES

To fit: UK size 8[10:12:14:16:18:20:22:24]

81 [87:92:97:102:107:112:117:122]cm (32[34:36:38:40:42:44:46:48]in)

Actual measurement:95[101:105:111:115.5:120:125.5:130]cm (37 1/2[39 3/4:41 1/2:43 3/4:45 1/2:47:49 1/4:51]in)

Pompom hat knitting pattern free

Hat knitting patternHat

Design by Martin Storey

Measurements

To fit average adult head.

Materials

3 x 50g (92m) balls of Rowan Original Denim (100% cotton) in Nashville (002).

Pair of 3 1/4mm (No. 10) and 4mm (No. 8) knitting needles.

Free knitting pattern sweater

Sweater knitting patternSize 36/38 (40/42, 44/46)

Instructions are given for first size. Figures in parenthesis refer to larger sizes. When only one figure is given, it applies to all sizes.

Materials

650 (700, 750) g of Lana Grossa Portofino (60% cotton, 40% polyamide; 115 m/50 g) in Lilac (col 8).

Size 3.5, 4 and 4.5 mm needles; size 4 mm circular needle, 40 cm long; cable needle [cn].

Rib pattern: K1, p1.

Free knitting pattern pullover

PulloverSize 36/38 (40/42, 44/46)

Instructions are given for first size. Figures in parenthesis refer to larger sizes. When only one figure is given, it applies to all sizes.

Materials: 300 (350, 400) g of Lana Grossa Alcanto (70% polyester, 30% polyamide; 130 m/50 g) in Jeans (col 5).

Size 7 mm needles; size 7 mm circular needle, 40 cm long.

Garter st: K every row.

Center slip stitch detail: Worked over 9 sts.

Free knitting pattern tunic dress

Tunic dressWorked in the round from the bottom up, this tunic dress has a simple geometric pattern of diamonds a nd triangles, worked using the stranded colourwork technique.

Design by Pat Strong

SIZE S (M:L:XL)

PATTERN NOTES

Follow charted instructions for the colourwork, reading chart from right to left and working in the round. Make the same yarn the "top" yarn when stranding - in our sample, the background yarn has been worked as the "top" yarn - and strand the yarns loosely enough so that the fabric can move when worn. There are no floats more than three stitches in width, so there is no need to tack floats down.