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This simple sock recipe tells you how to make socks to fit your feet with an easy to memorize 3-stitch pattern that turns out lovely socks. The model is shown in Claudia Handpaints Fingering on size one addis, but the pattern is written so that you can use any combination of yarn and needles as long as you have a rough idea of the cast-on. Click on the pdf picture below to download the free Broken Chocolate Bar Socks pattern!
This slip-stitch washcloth is easily worked up out of two colors of kitchen cotton such as Peaches ‘N Creme. The crochet lace border is optional, but it sure makes it cute and gift-worthy. Click on the pdf picture below to download the free Gingham Washcloth pattern!
Perfect for a quick present or an instant gratification project. It only uses one skein of bulky yarn and works up in a snap on size 10.5 needles. The decreases are carefully constructed to run cables all the way to the top of the hat. Click on the pdf picture below to download the free Snappy Hat pattern!
Easy, cushy socks made out of 2 skeins of Fortissima Socka Teddy on Size 4 Needles. Instructions for top-down OR toe-up! Click on the pdf picture below to download the free pdf for the Double-Take Anklets.
This simple faux-cable hat works up quickly in one skein of Noro Silk Garden on size 7 needles. Click on the pdf picture below to download the free pdf for the Misty Hat.
A quick and easy blanket made out of fluffy and soft machine-washable yarn. Five skeins of Muench Big Baby on size 15 needles. Perfect for a fast and fabulous baby shower gift, this blanket will be well-loved and used. Click on the pdf picture below to download the free pdf for the Block Blankie.
If you enjoy these patterns, donations are greatly appreciated. A lot of time and effort goes into pattern writing, whether it’s free patterns or for sale. Usually my free patterns are less complicated, but writing a pattern is painstaking work, and I like to do my best with editing and test-knitting to insure easy to understand patterns that are error free. If you spot an error in my patterns, please let me know! If you need assistance or clarification with one of my patterns (whether free or for sale) please feel free to e-mail me at corrina at picnicknits dot com or to message me on Ravelry, where I’m picnicknits as well. Hope you enjoy the patterns!