Friday, January 1, 2010

Free Patterns by ChemKnits Summary

It is getting to the point where I have so many free knitting patterns that the links on the sidebar of my blog is getting too ridiculous. I therefore am creating these thumbnails to help you easily navigate my free knitting patterns. If you would like to see a complete list of knitting patterns in alphabetical order, please go to the bottom of this post.

For pattern support, please go to the ChemKnits Designs group on Ravelry.

Animals



Dragonfly

Fly Plushie


Bumble Bee Plushie



Butterfly Plushie

Caterpillar Plushie


humuhumunukunukuapua'a




Butterfly Finger Puppet



Smiley the Worm Finger Puppet




Goldfish

Squidoo Squid


Pirate Gourd Eyepatch


Snake Plushie



Toy Ant
 
Crochet Bumble Bee Buddy
LadyBug
Flying Version


LadyBug
Simple Version

Legs the Penguin
 
Apparel


Drop Stitch Scarf

Ombré Hat

Ombré Mittens  


14-Cable Hat


Generic Skullcap


Fenway Mitts



Free Parking Armband

Freestanding Knit Mustache

Paw Socks

Wide Brimmed Skullcap
Hermes Baby Socks

Knit One Below (K1B) Baby Hat

Knit in under 1 hour!

Chevron Baby Hat



Ombré Headband

Valentine's Day Love Bug Hat (crochet)



Puppy's Lion Snood for Halloween 
Toddlers enjoy wearing this, too! 

Attack of the Creepers Hat

Cloudy Rainbow Hat

GENEie
Cable Version

GENEie
Colorwork Version
More free patterns coming soon!



Cozies


Peptide Beer Cozy

Knit One Below Beer Cozy

Hangover

Beer Cozy


Caffeine Coffee Cozy

Resveratrol Wine Cozy

Drop Stitch Wine Bag





Cactuar Knitting Chart

Keith's Guitar Chart

Red Sox Charts
(3)



Snowflake Charts (2)

Snowmen Charts

(6)
KOL Addicts

Molecule Charts

What to know what all of the charted molecules are?  See the Summary of Molecule Knitting Charts by ChemKnits


Molecule Charts 1

20 Natural Amino Acids

Knitting Charts

Charts for your Pain Relief




Prophobilinogen
and Heme Inspired

Generic Pentapeptide Chart

Isn't it Sweet?

Molecule Charts


Any Suggestions? 

EGCG

Guest Designers


Pioneer Logo Knitting Chart
Star Trek Uniform Beer Cozy

Marilynn's Felted Kindle Cover


These patterns were created by ChemKnits for your personal and charity use. Do not sell, republish or redistribute in any manner without permission by ChemKnits.


Patterns for Purchase
ChemKnits is committed to providing knitting patterns and tutorials for free to everyone. Occasionally, ChemKnits will offer a pattern for sale. These are included on this page so you can see the resume of all of ChemKnits' designs.



Complete List of Free Patterns by ChemKnits
(Alphabetical)

© 2008- 2017 ChemKnits

10 comments:

  1. Do you have a pattern for Green leaf Ascot and Ribbed neck cozie (scarf) and if you do could you please send to me.
    Gerry Cummings
    cummings.ge@verizon.net
    Thank you very much much appreciated

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  2. Hey! These are great! I used to be a Chemist before my "new" life as a budding hobby knitter/crocheter; am just beginning to branch out into amigurumi and charted patterns. Have been working my way through a pattern encyclo-paedia. Only began wondering about doing chemical compounds, even just simple molecules, about two days ago. Since you are so much more advanced than I, what about amigurumi molecules?

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  3. love these, as a lab tech & keen knitter they're heaven. just 1 request. it would be cool to knit a periodic table jumper, maybe one for you to puzzle over. keep up the good work.

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  4. It's not my design, but here is a free Periodic Table Sweater Pattern (http://apinnick.wordpress.com/2009/08/05/periodic-table-sweater/)

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  5. Love these patterns- will be knitting some for my granddaughter. Have a simple tippet pattern?

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  6. All of the patterns I have designed are on this page. Happy Knitting!

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  7. Hi, Rebecca,

    My name is Margreet and I have a knitting website in The Netherlands. www.allesoverbreien.nl

    I love your patterns.

    I learned from my readers that some of them have trouble understanding knitting patterns in English.

    So I want to ask your permission to translate some of your patterns in Dutch so my readers can easily understand them.

    I will link to your site, to the original patterns but will add a Dutch translation on my site and I would also like to use your pictures of the knitted item.

    Hope to hear from you.

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    1. am very flattered and would love to have my patterns translated. However, I would prefer to have these translations hosted on my own site since I make money from these patterns with ad revenue. I do not give permission to have any of my patterns republished in any form on any website other than www.chemknits.com.

      If you would like to discuss translating specific patterns and publishing those translations on ChemKnits, please contact me directly.

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    2. Thanks for your reply, I have sent you an email.

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  8. I have looked "everywhere" cannot find a knit pattern for a ski mask. One with a hole for the eyes and the mouth. anyone out there have one? Bea Johnson

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