Alexa and I love designing enjoyable knits. What do we love even more? Publishing free patterns that are accessible to everybody, making them perfect for sharing and teaching knitting. You’ve probably heard about The Simple Collection, 8 modern free patterns with in-depth tutorials, but you might not have seen some of our other free patterns.
Deliciously simple and satisfying free patterns… and in-depth tutorials to guide you as you learn new techniques.
So if you’re looking to save a little cash, or try out a new technique without too much commitment, you know where to find fabulous free patterns! Our free patterns go through the same rigorous process as our pay patterns, you can count on the same concise pattern writing, thorough testing and technical editing. Browse our website, and look for the patterns with the asterisk in the photo… that means FREE!
Conquer colourwork with three free patterns:
These adorable little hats and ornaments are great learner projects. Sized for the entire family, they make perfect gifts too! If you’re not quite sure where to start, look at our tutorials on how to knit fair-isle, choosing a colour palette, and how to read knitting charts.
Learn to love lace with two free patterns:
Here at Tin Can Knits we love lace. Yup, we really love it. And we want to share this love with you! We’ve got a great beginner’s lace tutorial, and an in-depth look at how to read knitting charts. So grab a free pattern and get started today!
Overcome your fear of cables with these free patterns:
Cables aren’t as hard as you think. As the game of thrones enthusiasts love to say: “Winter Is Coming” (of course it does every year), so cast on for a cushy cabled hat today! If it’s your first time, check out our tutorial on how to cable.
New knits all the time…
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Is there a specific technique you’d like to learn next? Let us know in the comments, and we will do our best to point you in the right direction.
Free Patterns from TCK: