Knitting Patterns For Home And More - Free Easy Patterns For Beginner

Looking for free home knitting patterns? You're in luck! This page offers a variety of delightful patterns perfect for knitting cozy items for your home. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced knitter, you'll find something here to inspire your next project.

Knitting patterns for home is a page where I link to patterns that we use at home and around the house such as placemats, mop covers, dishcloths, and cup cuddler.  Anything that related to home and home decors will be listed here.  Feel free to suggest a pattern you like.  Enjoy!

New!! Just added on 10/5/21

My second felted Basket - very easy to make and fun to see the finished product.

Very cute miniature heart pillow you can knit and use it as a pet toy or a pin cushion.

Published: Feb 16, 2021

Cute AF Bow Dishcloth  Try out a new skill with this bow dishcloth.  

***new just added 9/11/19****

Easy Heart Dishcloth - A quick to make project for you or your love one.  You'll enjoy this!

Added 5/15/18

Chunky Yarn Plush Pillow - Great for home or for kid. Make one in a day.  Easy, fast and fluffy!

Pretty Bookmark With Eyelet Laces - I would make it with wool instead of soft baby acrylic next time, so it will be a little firmer.  Any way, I love how it turned out.  Hope you give it a try!

My first felted basket - Another quick project for your weekends.  This basket is knitted with double strains of pure wool and then washed in a hot water in a washing machine.  It's a fun and useful project to make for friends and family.

Simple eyeglasses case

A quick project for summer days using left over yarn.  So get out you leftover and start knitting this cute case.  Keep it or give it away!

3-color pot holders

Like vibrant colors?  Try knit these pot holders in these color combo.  Choose and pick colors of your choice.

All-purpose mat

It is about 8.5" long in diameter.  This mat is great for any use in your home.  It a good left over yarn project.  I made two of these and 2 coasters out of one skein of Noro yarn and I still have some yarn left over.

mitered coaster

Mitered Coaster is a very easy project you can create in a day or less.  Make a lot of them for yourself or as a gift. friends.  I knitted this with a beautiful Noro yarn which I didn't intend to use it for a coaster.  I love it though.

3 Lacy dishcloth Patterns

Fast and fun to knit lacy dishcloths. Knit them for yourself or give them away as gifts. This is one of my favorite dishcloth collections.  I gave these away to my friends along with hand-made soaps.  They love them!

Ridged Eyelet Border Placemat

This colorful placemat is knitted with 100% cotton yarn from Bernat. Choose any of your favorite colors to mix and match your style. The pattern is easy enough for beginning knitters.

Tip: Don't know what color to choose?  Get out your China and find yarns that match its colors.

Mop Cover Patterns

Knit these easy mop covers in simple stockinette stitch or in slip stitch ribbing pattern. I used double strains of yarn for maximum cleaning. The patterns can be customize to fit your personal mob. Finished measurement 15 " x 5" with 2" top border.

Pretty Lacy Edge

This is an old lacy edge pattern I thought people might enjoy knitting it.  This lace would make a great edging for different projects such as pillow, blouse, dresses and towel.

Garter-Eyelet Edging

Another beautiful edging that you'll love.  See how it look on my Spring Scarf Here

Easy Eyelet Edging - A simple and easy to knit edging for your home projects.

Kitamu Cup Cuddler

Love this cup cuddler in half-brioche stitch. What a great way to use up those left over yarns and keep your hand from burning!

This pattern designed by Kara Mayfield of California.

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