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Free Patterns Page

I will group all my free patterns on this page for you to access.  There is a box to the right – click on the SubPage for the item you are interested in doing.



1. BETTY JOHNSON - November 4, 2012

I am looking for this pattern Hollywood Swag Cap and Scaf
Would you have this.
Thank you

myblueheavenknits - November 5, 2012

That is mine, and I have it on Etsy. Here’s the website:

Thanks so much for tracking me down.

2. Jennifer Cantwell - January 21, 2013

I would love to do the Ruffled swirl scarf, I am a fairly new knitter and I don’t understand the pattern that you have up, can you send me the instructions again for the knitting pattern, thank you so much! I love your scarf!!

myblueheavenknits - January 21, 2013

Hello. Are you hand or machine knitting it?

3. Jennifer Cantwell - January 21, 2013

Hand knitting

myblueheavenknits - January 21, 2013

The hand knit version is at the bottom, below the picture. I don’t know how to make it any simpler. Look on You Tube for a demo of how to do short rows – basically, you knit fewer stitches every other row, then knit 2 rows of all the stitches – it makes a wedge. Do wedge upon wedge and you get the ruffle effect.

4. Jennifer Cantwell - January 22, 2013

Thank you :O)

5. Sharon Snyder - April 6, 2013

I sent you a note but do not know if you got it. On your Ruffled scarf Is all the short rows done on the same side?
thank you Sharon

myblueheavenknits - April 6, 2013

Hello, I did reply to your comment back on myblueheavenknits.wordpress.com. But here goes again. Yes, all short rows are done from one side. Essentially, think of it like this: you are knitting a wedge. Wedge upon wedge creates one side that is longer than the other. It is critical that you “Kill” the longer side to create the ruffle. I hope this helps you.

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