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Wednesday, 26 September 2012

"9 Free Knitting Patterns Perfect for Spring" eBook - FREE

AllFreeKnitting have a free eBook for you to download
"9 Free Knitting Patterns Perfect for Spring".

 I think you have to join the site, which is free, but OMG they have some beautiful designs.  Of course if you need any knitting supplies, we have it all here at Crafty Frog at a reasonable price for you.  Just contact us and we will be only to glad to help you.




To download your free eBook Click on the book below

Take a look at what is in the book

Emily’s Circular Lace Shawl

By: Bonnie Sennott of Valley Yarns for

This delicate knitting pattern from WEBS
would make a wonderful gift for the holidays.
Use circular and double pointed knitting needles
to achieve this intricate look.

Stella Luna Lace Shawl

By: Natalia for All Knitted Lace

Make a beautiful Stella Luna lace shawl to wear over a fancy dress.
These knit shawl patterns are beautiful and stylish.

Dragon Skin Scarf

By: Onix Terevinto

This dragon skin scarf from Onix Terevinto
is one of the most interesting scarf knitting patterns
because it is a multi directional knit scarf pattern.
Check out these easy knitting instructions!

DIY Anisette Cardi

By: Debbie Stoller of Stitch Nation

Make this DIY Anisette Cardi with one of the
prettiest knitting patterns around.
These knitting instructions will make for a
nice summer sweater, or something to wear out on the town.

Felted Floral Bag

By: Patons

Knit a versatile wool bag with bright floral accents.
This pattern is for the beginning knitter and fun for everyone.

Leafy Cable Bag

By: Patons

This spacious knit sack is great for your everyday book bag or shopping tote.
The leafy cable detail makes it an intermediate knitting pattern.

Rainbow Market Bag

By: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream

This bag is small enough to keep tucked away when you're not using it,
but large enough to expand and fit all your groceries.
This free knitting pattern is easy to make and totally practical for everyday use.

Diagonal Baktus Lace Scarf

By: Natalia for All Knitted Lace

Want to learn how to knit a scarf?
Beginner patterns like the diagonal baktus lace scarf are perfect!
Add some femininity to your wardrobe with this light and lacy scarf.

Blue Flame Scarf

By: Faith Schmidt for Authentic Knitting Board

Spring is in the air. While the days are getting warmer, the mornings and evenings still carry a chill.
This scarf is the perfect answer. It provides just enough weight for those chilly evenings,
 but is light enough for the warming days of spring.
It would make a lovely accessory knitted in springtime pastels.

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