Welcome to Woolpatterns, knitting beauties! How are you doing at the beginning of the cold season? Maybe you are currently after free knitting patterns for Modern Minimalist Throws? That would be such a lovely coincidence since we have just come upon two that are really exceptional. How awesome is that? So nice! If you like simplicity, great textures, and neutral colors, you are certainly going to appreciate a knitting pattern for a chic throw written by Jessica Reeves Potasz or Amy Christoffers. We appreciate their talents so much! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Keep warm and cozy during long summer nights by the campfire. This lovely knitted blanket from Seth will be the perfect companion outside and in. Fabulously stripy and very easy to make – this blanket pattern may be our new favorite for the upcoming season.
Level: upper beginner Author: Seth Richardson
photos by Seth Richardson / ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on ravelry.com.
If you’ve always dreamed of recreating woven blankets in knitting, this is your chance. Jessica’s design uses simple moss stitches and beautiful color changes to create an elegant look. Take a look at the photos and notice the finishing – the long fringe adds even more character and class.
Modern Mountain Throw Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
This lapghan-size throw is perfect for autumn evenings! On top of that, the pattern by genius Jessica Reeves Potasz is quite beginner-friendly and works up in no time if you use large needles. So convenient, right? Well then, what are you waiting for?
Level: upper beginner Author: Jessica Reeves Potasz
Catkin Free Knitting Pattern
This simple, repetitive knitting pattern for a throw gives us quite a hypnotizing effect! Aren’t you enchanted by its minimalist charm? We think it’s super chic! Amy Christoffers likes to reinvent the classic, doesn’t she? Every interior could use a warm accessory like that this time of the year, without a doubt.
Level: upper beginner Author: Amy Christoffers