Free Patterns

These Fifty Four Ten Studio patterns are available for free on RavelryYou do not need to be a member of Ravelry to download these patterns.  These patterns are also free on Craftsy

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Free Blanket Knitting Pattern
The Boulevard Blanket - Free Knitting Pattern
The Boulevard Blanket is a quick and easy pattern knit with super bulky yarn. The pattern has been updated to include instructions for 6 sizes!  Read more about The Boulevard Blanket here on my blog.

This free knitting pattern is available on RavelryLoveKnitting and on Craftsy.

Free Scarf & Cowl Knitting Patterns

Side Line Cowl knitting pattern - quick & easy to knit!
The Side Line Cowl is quick & easy to knit.  You will need approximately 120-130 yards of super bulky yarn.  Choose a large button to make your cowl unique and distinctive.  The button I used is approximately 1.5" in diameter.  This free pattern is available on Ravelry, LoveKnitting and on Craftsy.

Two-by-Four Scarf - Quick & Easy Knitting Pattern
The Two-by-Four Scarf is knit with super bulky yarn on big needles.  It knits up very quickly and makes a great gift.  This is a great pattern for a beginner knitter.  This free pattern is available on Ravelry and on Craftsy.

Side Line Scarf - Quick & Easy Knitting Pattern

At first glance you might think that the Side Line Scarf is simply garter stitch.  Look again!  An easy to remember stitch pattern creates a subtle stripe design.  This free pattern is available on Ravelry, LoveKnitting and on Craftsy.

Free Owl Knitting Pattern

FREE Owl Knitting & Felt Applique Pattern
This cute little owl knits up really quick!  Add some felt appliqué for wings, eyes and a beak and stitch it to a note card and you have a very special card for a child or grandchild, Valentine’s Day, a new baby or someone special. Click here to download this free pattern.

You could also frame the owl in an inexpensive craft store shadow box for a cute wall decoration. 

Or, turn the little owl into a hanging ornament by stitching two pieces of felt together, adding a little stuffing and a piece of yarn for a hanger. 

Or, stitch the owl onto a hat or other knitted project.

You get the idea….there’s lots of ways you can use this little knitted owl pattern!  Enjoy!


  1. Hi Mary Lee,
    I just downloaded your pattern: Over the Rooftop" and last month "Boulevard Blanket." I want to thank you for your generosity, not just in providing the patterns, but also for all of your tips on the knitting and finishing up. Your ideas are really delightful. You and your design aesthetic are greatly appreciated. Thanks again!

  2. Thanks so much for your kind, sweet message! I'm so glad to hear that you have enjoyed using my patterns and that the tips have been helpful. :)
    Have a wonderful day!
    Mary Lee