Knit and Crochet Resource Links


The following are some of the useful links I’ve collected the past few years.

* Crochet Pattern Central – http://www.crochetpatterncentral.com/index.php
Great selection of free patterns and information. Updated twice a week.

* Jessica Tromp crochet and knitting site –
http://www.jessica-tromp.nl/index.html
Lovely free patterns, plenty of inspiration.

* All Free Crochet –
http://www.allfreecrochet.com/?kwid=CqxFYUTk&crid=261088841#
Some good free patterns. Very annoying popups,

* Best Free Crochet –
http://www.bestfreecrochet.com/2011/01/21/21-yellow-brick-crochet-dishcloth/
Nice potholders and dishcloths.

* Toys to make for Christmas and other occasions –http://www.melodiesplus.com/Christmas/Christmastoys.html
Handy if you crochet for children.

* DROPS Design –
http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/en/kategori_oversikt.php
Free knit and crochet patterns. Lovely designs.

* Priscilla’s Crochet –
http://priscillascrochet.net/
Very nice free patterns.

* Knitting Patterns Central –
http://www.knittingpatterncentral.com/
Great selection of free patterns. Updated twice a week.

* Knitty –
http://knitty.com/grandma.php
Some of the best and most inventive free knitting patterns online.

* Ravelry –
https://www.ravelry.com/
Great online community of people who knit and crochet.

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About dwittopinions

A great grandmother living in the middle of the United States. My interests include art, needlework, reading, history, politics, and cooking.
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3 Responses to Knit and Crochet Resource Links

  1. thanks for the links ~ i really enjoy knitting and would like to go beyond scarves ~ i tried a cardigan once and for the most part it turned out better than expected. the only issue was the sleeve circumference opening was larger than the arm holes… oh well, i’m up for trying again and would love to purchase hand spun wool too

  2. You are welcome! I enjoy knitting too. Cardigans can be challenging. The only ones I knit now are the patterns worked from the neck down. No problems with parts not wanting to go together and no or few seams to sew. I think there are people on Ravelry site that sell hand spun wool. There should be information on the Knitty site too.

  3. Tom Johnson says:

    I think Knit and Crochet Resource Links | dwittopinions is a nice article and you do a solid job of writing detailed information. Thomas – http://www.ep2p4u.com

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