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Jerri Nicol
May 05, 2006 at 13:07
Free Patterns

When Diane showed us the adorable teddy bear she knit from a free Berroco pattern, I went immediately to the website. Berroco has a number of FREE teddy bear patterns. Check the site out at All are adorable! I want to make one (after I finish a few of my UFO's!) for donation to The Center For Grief and Loss For Children.


May 09, 2006 at 20:58
Re: Free Patterns

Thanks for the tip about the free patterns. I think I might print one & save it for the day I can actually read & comprehend a pattern. (haha)
Judy Gregory
June 04, 2006 at 13:00
Re: Free Patterns

There are some new (free)patterns on the Afghans for Afghans site. The vest pattern is a knit or crochet version.

The home page is
Some well know designers, who support this charity, publish free patterns that are fun to make.
Jerri Nicol
June 05, 2006 at 11:38
Re: Free Patterns

For knit and crochet patterns for chemo caps check out
June 15, 2006 at 12:34
Re: Free Patterns

Here is a great pattern from Elann. It is a pinwheel sweater sized for woman and children. It looks fun, basically a circle with sleeves.
July 07, 2006 at 13:29
Re: Free Patterns

EVERYBODY should check out the new issue of What a great issue (even IF they didn't love my turtle)! Lots of socks, some very cute hats, fingerless mitts with cables. SO cute.
July 10, 2006 at 14:26
Re: Free Patterns

I'm happy to announce that the Piggy in my Pocket pattern is now available as a free downloadable from Thanks to Evelyn, Mark, Michelle T. and other JCK members for your help and encouragement. Grab your needles and make a Piggy for yourself and another for the Community Knitting group of your choice!
Sally Knox
November 21, 2008 at 16:42
Re: Free Patterns

I see that the Piggy in your pocket is available as a free pattern on the Judykits web site. However, I am not able to locate the free pattern; only the one which is $5. How do I get to the free piggy pattern? I am interested in making a felted pig which I saw in a yarn shop in Pomona.

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