Simply Awesome Throws – Free Knitting Patterns

Hello there, beautiful people! We bet you have been looking for free knitting patterns for Simply Awesome Throws for some time now! Even if you haven’t, now you will understand how much you needed them in your life. The patterns we have included in today’s post are super practical and absolutely adorable. You can customize them in order to suit your personal needs and fabulous taste. We are so curious about your projects already! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!


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If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Summer Rainbow Blankets and Red Lacy Shawls.

Contemporarily Free Knitting Pattern

Oh, how delightful is this stitch? We certainly can’t take our eyes off it! Are you under its spell already as well? Without a doubt! We are already imagining all the beautiful color palettes that will go well with this lovely design. Oh, we adore throws with free knitting patterns!

Level: intermediate Author: Luletti

The original pattern and the photos are on luletti.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Terra Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Buffalo plaid blanket has never looked so cool! We are very impressed with this minimalist, modern version of the classic, perfectly versatile knitting pattern for soft blankets and throws. This design is a must-have in your collection, evidently!

Level: beginner Author: ChiWei Ranck

The original pattern and the photos are on 1dogwoof.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Camper Blanket Decke Free Knitting Pattern

Any fans of campers among our lovely readers? You will be over the moon when you see this free knitting pattern for a blanket! And even happier when you make one yourself. What color would best suit your fabulous taste? Let us know!

Level: upper beginner Author: Regina Schoenfeldt

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

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