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Free knitting patterns on Ravelry
If you're looking for a stylish winter cardi, look no further than the Granny hexagon cardigan. This pattern features a fun hexagon motif and is perfect for keeping you warm this winter.
Tote bags are a staple in many people's wardrobes, and this colourful Granny Square Bag is no exception. Using 10-ply Aran yarn, you could have this bag finished in a weekend.
Featuring a bold flower motif, this flowy poncho is available in sizes for adults and children, making it easy to customise to your preferred length and width.
Made with Lionbrand worsted cotton, this boho meets granny square bag will be the talk of the town.
Brighten up any room with the colourful and cosy Sundance Throw. There are no colour changes, so if you're new to crocheting, this blanket is for you.
Crocheted using 10-ply wool, this jumper is the winter statement piece you've been looking for. The pattern is available in various sizes and is suited to the more experienced crochet master.
This blanket is perfect for a baby shower gift or a cosy throw for your home. Using Caron Big Cakes, this pattern features a classic moss stitch worked in squares and then joined together.
This fun and functional pattern featuring bubble stitch uses 12-ply 100% wool. Use it in your kitchen or gift it to a friend.
What's not to love about this blanket? While it looks complicated, most Ravelry reviewers say the pattern is easy to follow and make.
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