Most favourited designer patterns!
From thousands of inspirational independent designer patterns on LoveKnitting, we’ve found the ones you’ve favourited the most!
We’re thrilled to bits that you can now “favourite” patterns, yarn and accessories on LoveKnitting! If you want to find out all about how to do it, read Angie’s fantastic post about how to build a wishlist and favourite the things you love. You can learn all about how to upload your fantastic projects here, and get to know how to browse and favourite other knitters’ projects too.
So, with further ado, here are the ten most favourited patterns starting with number ten.
Who can resist Moss the Sheep? We’re not surprised to see Moss in the top ten! Amanda Barry’s patterns are always a delight to knit – explore them all here.
At number nine, a perfect cardi for little girls everywhere. Super versatile – wear this little gem with jeans and a tee, or over a summer dress. The pattern comes in English and Italian, in eight sizes from chest 17″-23.5″.
It’s no surprise to find Carrie Bostick Hoge in our top ten favourites, and this build your own cardigan pattern is full of options and information. Modify the pattern to add different necklines, shape and button band – really make it your own!
A sizzling number seven choice, this stunning lace cardigan by Hiroko Fukatsu has an interesting construction that just adds to its appeal as a popular pattern. In five sizes, and in English and Japanese, it’s definitely one of our favourites too!
A true classic, the Persian Dreams blanket is a labour of love, knitted in separate hexagon motifs that are grafted together in fingering weight (4ply) yarn. Stunning eastern accents are beautifully depicted in complex colourwork, creating an absolute jewel of an heirloom knit. For those of you that can’t face knitting a whole blanket in 4ply, Jenise has reworked the pattern for worsted yarn here!
So sweet! OGE Knitwear Designs’ babywear patterns are hugely popular with knitters, and this little sundress with matching hat is utterly beautiful. The lace trim and eyelet pattern bring a delicate challenge to a straightforward knit, and the pattern comes in sizes to fit from 0-3 months up to 12-24 months.
At number four, another delight from OGE Knitwear Designs. This dreamy little cardi pattern includes two versions; one with lace, one without. Perfect for over summer dresses or long sleeved tops in cool weather.
Deliciously cosy, Vivid is a baby blanket knitted square by square in either 4ply, DK or aran weight yarn, which gives you the freedom to choose your preferred yarn and weight too. The lace motif is both written and charted, so you can choose the method you prefer.
The second favourite pattern for our knitters was this heart warming collection of five different preemie baby hats to knit for charity! It’s a FREE download, and the design patterns include eyelets, stripes, rib, lace and diamonds.
And at number one…
Our fabulous number one spot goes to the absolute classic After the Rain jumper by Heidi Kirrmaier! After the Rain fever hit LoveKnitting HQ last year, and we all knitted one – it’s a perfect jumper with its gentle scooped neckline and top down construction in King Cole Cotton Bamboo DK, which has just the perfect amount of drape.
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Last updated: July 6th, 2016.