Colorwork knitting patterns

Explore a collection of stunning colorwork knitting patterns that will add a pop of color to your next project. Get inspired and create unique designs with these vibrant patterns.
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I love stranded colorwork knitting. There’s something about making pictures appear that is so addictive and I enjoy the challenge of transforming a limited number of squares into something recognizable […]

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200 Fair Isle Motifs BLAD - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. 200 Fair Isle motifs offers simple solutions to the seemingly complex technique of stranded colorwork. From simple single-row patterns to complex allover motifs, you'll find colorways that will thrill and inspire your knitting. Organized by row count and stitch count, 200 Fair Isle motifs makes it easy to find the perfect motif for your projects.

Alizarynne Crimson
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I've rounded up the best Fair Isle and colorwork patterns for cozy additions to your winter wardrobe. These 15 beautiful knitted pieces are perfect for those who love intricate designs.

Jess Rogers
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Do you struggle with tight floats in three-color colorwork? Two-pass knitting is an easy way to knit multi-color stranded colorwork so that you're only working with two yarns at a time. In order to do this, you need to work the same round in two passes, alternating which stitches are knit and which ones are slipped. In this tutorial I demonstrate how to use this clever trick that makes knitting three-color colorwork a breeze!

Cassandra Cowan