April freebie!

It’s a new month and I have a new free pattern to share!

Linden Bag for Blythe

Introducing the Linden Bag for Blythe! I wanted to create a really easy-to-make bag for Blythe that could be made to suit a number of different styles. As you can see from the photos here, I went with Mori style, and I made two bags from different yarns. You can see that the texture of each bag is slightly different, which is a result of the yarns being different. The green one is a fractionally thinner yarn made from alpaca, which is a little less fluffy than the cream yarn, which is merino. You can make the strap the thickness you like and as it also forms the sides of the bag, construction is super simple and finishing doesn’t take very long. When you’re done, you can embellish it in whatever way suits you. You could also make it smaller for Middie or super tiny for Petite.

Linden Bag for Blythe

Download this free pattern on Ravelry, LoveKnitting, and Craftsy.

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fabulous Friday freebie!

Congratulations! You made it to Friday! Sometimes to me that feels like a real accomplishment. To celebrate, here’s a brand new free knitting pattern!

Leg Warmers for Blythe

This pattern is for a pair of easy-to-knit leg warmers for Blythe. They’re cute and can be worn as scrunched or straight as you like.

Leg Warmers for Blythe

As I’ve been trying to do more styling of Blythe outfits lately, I have really gained an appreciation for versatile pieces that can work in a variety of contexts. This inspired me to design these leg warmers! I will probably end up knitting a whole rainbow of them so I have lots of choices. (Everyone appreciates having options!)

Charis Sweater for Blythe

Find this free pattern on Ravelry, LoveKnitting, and Craftsy.

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Blythe freebie! Ripple Afghan pattern

It’s afghan season and I decided that my Blythes needed to be included.

Ripple Afghan for Blythe

Presenting the Ripple Afghan for Blythe! It’s a free pattern! Happy afghan season!

Willow under a Ripple Afghan for Blythe

I wanted this blanket to be a lap blanket size, though of course you could make it larger if you wanted to. I like a lap blanket for sitting around and I figure Blythes might also like the same.

Willow under a Ripple Afghan for Blythe

Isn’t it cozy? I kind of want to make a human sized one for myself, too, except I have too much holiday gift-knitting on my to-do list right now.

Ripple Afghan for Blythe

You can download this pattern TOTALLY FREE on Ravelry and Craftsy.

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