Dishcloth and Washcloth Knitting Patterns
Knitting pattern for Rubber Ducky Wash Cloth or Afghan Block – Perfect for baby showers! Finished dimensions will be approx. 8″ x 8″ [20cm X 20cm]
Free Knitting Patterns and Where to Find Them I am always looking for free knitting patterns, and the keyword is definitely FREE. I don't want to pay even $ 0.99 for my designs - not when there are so many free patterns for knitting everywhere. And of course I don't want you to pay either. So here are some good places to find free knitting patterns for any level.1. In the storesI know I just said that I don't like paying for designs, and I don't. But often you will find free knitting patterns that are just hanging next to the yarn. Have you ever stopped watching these? Some of them are quite nice. In any case, it doesn't hurt to get a leaflet and stick it in your knitting pattern folder.2. FriendsIf you have friends knitting, they are the best source you can find of free light patterns to knit. When you just started, it's nice to have someone who "been there, done it" and can go through the pattern.3. OnlineOf course, I think I have one of the best collections of free sticker online. But if you do not find anything you love in my collection, there are literally hundreds of sites out there that offer all kinds of free knitting patterns.4. The libraryWho is thinking about going to the library anymore? Well, I for one! I always find fantastic free patterns for knitting by browsing the many craft books in my local library. Better still, some of them are seriously outdated, which means I can get cool vintage designs for absolutely nothing.5. Your familyIf you are like me and you love vintage knitting, check with Grandma to see if she has any old patterns stashed away. You can also know parents - somewhere in the old granny's old paper can be a treasure chest of.