Free Worsted-Weight Patterns
This basic hat features an extra-wide ribbed brim that folds up double to keep ears warm. The top of the hat has a pronounced decrease pattern that makes the hat look rugged and stylish at the same time.
This basic beginner hat pattern is great for learning Magic Loop. Comes with directions for a fitted or slouchy hat and written for worsted-weight yarn.
A super-soft washcloth with an optional crocheted embellishment or monogram.
This beginner hand-towel pattern is so full and fluffy that it’s actually luscious. To get the rectangle effect, use alternating increase and decrease rows until the towel is as long as you want. Add an optional crocheted edging and loop to hang the towel from.
These sweet knit bells are an easy knit in the round on Magic Loop. Worked in Garter stitch, they are pure simplicity and a wonderful gift for a friend or family member this year.
A basic Magic Loop mitten pattern designed for worsted-weight yarn – featuring the World’s Best Mitten Thumb and a snug ribbed cuff with an invisible cast-on edge.
This is Jared Flood’s Noro Scarf Pattern, written here to make a scarf 5.5 inches wide.
Worsted-weight top-down socks for beginners. Written for one- or two-at-a-time on Magic Loop.
By popular demand! A basic toe-up sock pattern with a knitted-in heel flap that fits your heel snugly and that you can adjust for a high instep.
A free basic worsted weight sock pattern for toe-up socks, knit one– or two-at-a-time, using Magic Loop. Features the Fleegle heel. This is the pattern I use to teach sock-knitting to first-time sock-knitters, and they always get great results.