The Rock Island Scarf is a beginner friendly, fully reversible scarf pattern.
The Riverside Scarf is a simple four row pattern that creates a diagonal seed stitch scarf. The free pattern is perfect for an advance knitter looking for a 'TV knit' or a advanced begginner ready to work on a pattern with increase and decrease stitches.
If you buy something using the links on this blog post, I may earn a small commission (these are called affiliate links). You can read The Knit McKinley’s full disclosure policy here. At the end of January, I shared the first of three free scarf patterns that I'm going to release this winter (the Shipyard Scarf). These…
This free pattern is for a one-sized fits many adult beanie that knits up quickly on US 10 and US 10 1/2 knitting needles! This is a perfect quick knit when you want a satisfying, warm knit.
A free knitting pattern for child's sized cabled hats and hat sizing tips. The Hope Valley hat in the small and large sizes. Hope Valley Hat PDF Over the last couple weeks, I've continued to knit hats for Hat Not Hate. I wanted to share a cabled hat pattern somewhat similar to the Rhode Trip…
Prospect Terrace is a free knitting pattern for an adult-sized cabled hat. This hat pattern offers two sizes (small and large) with a lot of negative ease to fit a variety of head sizes.
Episode 5 of the Knit McKinley podcast features a yarn review of the Mandala DK yarn. It also includes a recipe for knitting your own Angled Garter Stitch Scarf.
Episode 4 features a review of the new Lion Brand Re-Spun yarn and the Lighthouse Beanie. If you buy something using the links on this blog post, I may earn a small commission (these are called affiliate links). You can read The Knit McKinley’s full disclosure policy here. You can watch episode 4 by clicking here. https://youtu.be/hZUc00e0NRA…
Knitting recipe/ pattern for a super-bulky winter hat. The Lincoln Park hat is an easy to follow pattern with quick, gorgeous results.
Construction: This knit tote features a solid base and stretchy lace sides. You begin with a diagonal base knit back and forth before switching to knitting in the round to make the sides, top, and handles. This means minimal ends to weave in and no seams to sew.