Ready to start knitting your first slipped stitch knitting project? You came to the right place. This collection of free mosaic knitting patterns will get you going in the right direction.
These slipped stitch knitting patterns are so beautiful, colorful, and they’re free! Plus, there’s something for every knitter of all experience levels. Get them all and get started. Enjoy!
These patterns are not my own. They've been shared by some amazing designers. If you have questions about a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.
These mosaic coasters are a great project for knitters new to mosaic knitting. This slipped stitch knitting pattern includes written instructions to six different designs. Just choose your knitting needles, your yarn colors, your pattern, and go!
Knit with super bulky yarn on US 10.5 needles, this cushion cover will knit up in a flash. Plus, if you've never felt Bernat Blanket yarn, you're truly missing out. So squishy and soft!
With both written and charted instructions, you can learn to read this free knitting pattern as you go.
If you love making hats, this free knitted hat pattern is a great one to add to your collection.
Knit using DK weight yarn and size US 5-6 circular knitting needles, this hat will knit up quickly. Make one in all of your favorite colors
Knit in worsted weight yarn, this is a scarf knitting pattern from Verdigris Knits made for football fans.
Unlike most slip stitch knitting patterns, this knits up in garter stitch. The raised texture and the vibrant colors are a winning combination.
Football or not, I may just have to add this to my project list. You can get this pattern on Ravelry.
Ready to challenge your slip stitch knitting skills? Why not try knitting this amazing throw from Red Heart.
It's so vibrant! Plus, if you love this pattern, you might also love the knitted pouf, shown in the bottom left-hand corner. You can get the pouf pattern by clicking here.
This slipped stitch scarf is a great example of good things happening when using variegated yarn.
Knit with DK weight yarn and size US 6 needles, this free knitting pattern has only written instructions.
Knit with sport weight yarn on size US 4 needles, this interesting knitted hat and shawl are a must.
With written, charted instructions, and video tutorials, you have all the tools to succeed. Get started knitting your mosaic pattern!
Don't want to commit to a really big project. Try knitting this cute and versatile tote.
This sampler bag is a great opportunity to try your hand at mosaic knitting. You can also practice picking up stitches, seed stitch, and three needle bind off. Give it a shot!
This unbalanced triangular slipped stitch shawl is so striking. Knit in garter stitch with fingering weight yarn, the texture and pattern are just lovely and fluid.
This knitting knitted shawl pattern is available to download in both Korean in English.
The beauty of knitted projects for babies is the ability to work them up quickly. If you agree, then this slipped stitch hat and cardigan pattern might be the project you're looking for.
This baby hat knitting pattern set from Patons comes with written instructions. It also includes size schematics for the cardigan with sizes from 0-24 months.
If you love socks, then this sock knitting pattern is perfect for you.
Knit with fingering weight yarn in solid colors, the colorwork makes these knitted socks so cheerful. You could also experiment with variegated yarn for even brighter socks.
The beauty in knitting is in the possibilities. This stunning mosaic lace cape designed by Barbara Benson is no exception. With a perfect blend of knitting in the round, lace, mosaic knitting, and striking colorwork, the result is the ultimate fusion.
Available for free, this mosaic knitting pattern is worked in the round. It has written and charted instructions. And since it's worked in worsted weight yarn, it'll knit up faster than fingering. Get started now.
If you know anything about Nicky Epstein's designs, you know that she is full of wonderful surprises. And we really love this one. I mean, who doesn't love skulls. Just look!
This vibrant mosaic scarf has both written and charted instructions. It also requires some intarsia knowledge and the three needle bind off technique. Be sure to read all the specs before casting on.
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