Free knitting patterns for beginners reader favourites top 5 by Dot Pebbles Knits
There’s a lot of love out there for Claire Garland’s Dot Pebbles Knits patterns and it’s easy to see why. Claire’s collection of patterns to create heart-melting bunnies, kittens, cats, puppies and other critters really capture a sense of personality and gentleness. And, if you’re starting out as a knitter, best of all, these readers’ favourite patterns are all suitable for beginners. The step by step instructions are simple to follow and definitely made with the beginner in mind!
The free knitting patterns for beginners our readers love best
To help you track down our most loved Dot Pebbles free knitting patterns for beginners, I thought I would collect them all together here in one place. That way you can download and get making right away. I’ll also include links to the separate blog posts about each pattern which have more info and expert tips from Claire herself.
Free knitting patterns for beginners No 1 – cutest ever baby bunny
This adorable baby rabbit is easy to make (it’s suitable for beginners) and is loved around the world. I know this because I get email messages every week from knitters telling me who they’ve made their bunnies for and sharing their photos. I’ve loved seeing the photos of this little bunny knitted for children living in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, America, the UK and everywhere in between.
I always love to hear your stories, and to see your creations, so why don’t you share yours with me too?
Read the blog post with load more images, expert tips from Claire as well as lots of her other beautiful rabbit knitting patterns: How to knit a bunny rabbit: free pattern & tutorial
Free knitting patterns for beginners No 2 – fluffy lamb
Cute enough for you? This adorable lamb is sure to be cuddled and loved for years to come. Claire has shared her expert tips on getting the look just right over on the blog: How to knit a lamb – free pattern and step by step tutorial
Pattern No 3: cute Koala
This little one was originally created by Claire to help the koalas suffering in the Australian bush fires. It’s free to download, but if you would like to make a donation to the WWF Regenerate Australia campaign you can do so here
To see more images of this soft and cuddly koala, head over to the blog post How to knit a koala bear – free pattern & tutorial
Pattern No 4: kittens with the cutest clothes
As well as simple step by steps to knit this sweet little kitten, this pattern also includes the cutest of tiny outfits – a nurse’s apron, cardigan, winter romper suit and a tiny Christmas sweater with optional furry hood.
See more images of the kittens and their adorable outfits over on the blog: Knit a kitten – easy free pattern
Pattern No 5: cheeky squirrel
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