Weekly Pattern Roundup for the Fiber Arts 1

Over on my Facebook page, I started sharing with you all a Pattern of the Day. Every day I’ll share a crochet, knit or sewing pattern that is simply fabulous. We do have some sewers here, right? I hope so! Basically anything fiber arts related. I’d love to expand into other fiber arts beyond knitting and crochet, so if you have a vote for a type of pattern you’d like to see, please leave me a comment. Lots will be free patterns, but many will be paid patterns too. It’s whatever I think you will love.

Weekly Pattern Roundup #1 - Crochet, Knitting and Sewing Patterns

So here on the blog will be a weekly recap of the free and paid patterns I share to make them easy to find again. Check back every week or subscribe to my newsletter to get the weekly pattern wrap up delivered to your inbox.

Crochet Patterns

Solas Caomh crochet cabled baby blanket pattern featured on Weekly Pattern Roundup for the Fiber Arts 1 on Sakeenah.com

I am seriously in love with the Solas Caomh crochet cabled baby blanket pattern. The cables look so sweet for this baby blanket with a tradition Irish crochet look. Irish for “tender comfort,” Sólás Caomh was shaped by Jodi Euchner for a beloved baby. The engaging cable pattern provides its own tender comfort to crocheters as they shape the soft cotton-wool blanket into an heirloom. Available as a paid pattern instant download, or you can download the full issue of Intereweave Crochet, Spring 2009: Digital Edition it first appeared in. I went for the full magazine since it was on sale and a good deal.

Free Crochet Pattern Swiffer Pad Sock - Weekly Pattern Roundup for the Fiber Arts 1 on Sakeenah.com

 

Get your frugal on and make your own Swiffer sock with this free crochet pattern from Ummi’s House. A green alternative to disposable Swiffer pads.
Braided Cowl by Merri Purdy a Free crochet pattern available as a Ravelry download. A unique look on this beautiful cowl. Shared on Weekly Pattern Roundup 1 on Sakeenah.com
Braided Cowl by Merri Purdy a Free crochet pattern available as a Ravelry? download. A unique look on this beautiful cowl.

Knitting Patterns

 

Tea Mitten Kettle Cozy Free Knitting Pattern - Shared on Weekly Pattern Wrap Up for the Fiber Arts 1 on Sakeenah.com

Tea Mitten free knitting pattern. Love this tea cosy or mitten as it’s called. I don’t know what smokey row is, but I’m sweating that mug, too. Width: Fits teapots at least 30.5cm/12″ 39.5cm/15.5″ around, no more than 53cm/20.5″ at widest (including covered area of spout). Height (when relaxed): 13cm/5.25″.
 Tanana Lace Skirt knitting pattern - Weekly Pattern Roundup for the Fiber Arts 1 - Sakeenah.com

Are you ready for spring yet? The Tanana Lace Skirt knitting pattern is just the thing. $1.99 on celarance sale at Patternworks.  Save on all clearance with this code.
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Sewing Pattern

Mrs. Langley’s Tote Bag Free Sewing Pattern - shared on Weekly Pattern Roundup for the Fiber Arts 1 on Sakeenah.com

Mrs. Langley’s Tote Bag Sewing Pattern – a home ec teacher shares this beautiful free sewing pdf pattern for a tote bag. Love the choice of fabric.

 

What types of patterns would you like to see? Let me know in the comments and I will try to find something and include it for the next time.

Hope you enjoyed this pattern roundup 🙂

 

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3 Responses

  1. You are really tempting me to pick up my crochet hook and whip something up! I love to crochet and sew but it’s been a long time. I’m especially tempted by that green baby blanket. They are all really nice patterns. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Patricia says:

    Hi, thanks so much for sharing my swiffer sock pattern. This pattern roundup is awesome. The skirt is my favorite!

    • Sakeenah says:

      You’re welcome. I still need to make one! I keep meaning to ask you if you use their dusters too. I am getting tired of buying them and would love to come up with a reusable alternative. Maybe make yarn out of microfiber?

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