Free Patterns


Shibui Ribbed Reversible Cowl

This cosy cowl is knit in the round and can be worn double-layered for extra warmth, or as a short scarf or pulled down over the shoulders as a partial shrug.


Cozy Cowl

Practice your pattern and stitch reading skills as you make this fun cowl. Knit in the round. There’s no sewing required—just some optional embellishments!


Chicago Bucket Hat

On a spring visit to the windy city, Barb headed to the nearest yarn shop to buy bulky yarn and a pom pom to knit a hat because it was so cold. She likes hats that are long enough to cover her ears and the “bucket hat” with its flat top is a flattering shape that doesn’t crunch your hair.


Basic Beanie

Let’s get started with a simple project. Knit a hat, flat, in one of four sizes and then seam up the back. You’ll be done in no time!


Cabled Ski Headband

It's quick, it's easy and it's practical! Try a little cabling and practice your garter and rib stitches as well. Customize this headband to any head size simply by working less or more! 


Newbie Knit Night Scarf/Cowl

Want to learn to knit? Here’s your opportunity. We’ll get you cast on and knitting and if if you’re up for more adventure, we’ll get you purling too!  


Easy Slippers

What could be nicer than a pair of slippers as you relax at the end of a long day? Or first thing in the morning along with a cup of tea or coffee? These slippers are easy to make and quick to sew up!


Bear Baby Rattles

Crochet these adorable baby rattles! And check out Carmen’s handmade items on her online shop: Illumine Creative.


Baby Hooded Coat

An easy-to-make baby garment that fits kids 0–24 months. It's a classic!


The Rasta Neckwarmer

Make a soft cuddly neck warmer from one ball of Malabrigo Rasta or any other super bulky soft squishy yarn and one great button or toggle closure.

Marble Chunky Cowl

A knit design by Laura Gebhart using James C. Brett yarn, Marble Chunky. This pattern needs just one ball, and we have lots of colours for you to choose from!

Crochet Cowl

A crochet design by Laura Gebhart using James C. Brett yarn, Marble Chunky. This pattern needs just one ball, and we have lots of colours for you to choose from!


Mittens for Alex

We love these mittens by Rebekkah Kerner, made from Cascade Yarns Ecological Wool. They're gauged to fit an average-sized man's hand, but could be downsized easily by tightening the gauge to 6–6.5 stitches per inch.


Margaret's Winfinity Scarf


Katia Ombré Wave Scarf

A crochet triangle shawl pattern that's super-easy to make and looks amazing in gradient colours!


Casa Sonia

This chunky scarf will keep you warm as the weather begins to cool.


Cathy's Endless Possibilities Shawl

There are so many ways to wear this beautiful shawl. The name itself really says it all!


Super Stretchy Sport Socks

Cynthia loves to knit socks. Every time a new yarn comes in, she visualizes it as a sock. That's exactly what happened when we got in some fine cotton with an elastic component. The added nylon-elastic content gives cotton what it needs to be a sock: elasticity!

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Easter Bunny Egg Cozy

A pattern to cook up a cute little cozy that keeps a perfectly cooked egg warm!


Railroad Ribbon Crocheted Necklace

Be adventurous and try out different colour combinations. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the outcome!


'Granny's A Square' Afghan

This adorable throw designed by Allison Haas is the kind that will have you feeling all warm and fuzzy on the inside and the outside.


Army Ankle Socks

If you've made it out to our Sock Boot Camp workshop, you've done this pattern before. If not, here it is! It uses a medium weight yarn and bigger needles and comes in five sizes. You can whip up a pair of "boot" socks in a weekend.


Hat Trick Hockey Socks

Keep your feet warm while you cheer on your team, whether at home or rinkside. We never tire of seeing the patterning that evolves as you knit. Will you get diagonal swirls, helical or horizontal stripes or flashes of colour like lightning bolts?