Easy Knitting Patterns for Advanced and Novice Knitters

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Our simple, easy knitting patterns are designed to give you beautiful results with a minimum of fuss! These easy-to-follow patterns are clear and concise — so you'll enjoy your knitting without trying to interpret complex and confusing directions. Easy knitting patterns, basic knitting patterns — perfect for both the seasoned knitter or the beginning knitter. Knitters appreciate the many truly unique qualities of our patterns. Each pattern offers more than one design option — which means that the same pattern can be used over and over. And, as part of our commitment to making life simple, each age group's knitting pattern designs — for babies, for kids, and for adults — are written at the same gauge. That means the yarn you buy for a sweet baby cardigan can be used to knit a matching hat. No more unused leftovers or futile searches for matching patterns! And don't miss our Help + How To section, where you can find a How to Get Started Knitting guide, a Glossary of Knitting Terms, and a Helpful Knitting Tips page. Each page also provides links to download the materials as a PDF. Knitting is enjoyable — we're here to help.

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Our Newest Pattern!

Baby Chestnut Hill Gansey Cardigan Knitting Pattern NS30

baby cardigan knitting pattern sample

The yoke pattern on this sweet little fisherman-style cardigan echoes the trolley tracks and cobblestones of Philadelphia's historic Chestnut Hill neighborhood.

Why Momogus Knits?

Our easy, classic bread-and-butter patterns are just what every knitter needs at his or her fingertips. We take great care to give you clear, precisely written instructions so your knitting experience will be a smooth one.

For those times when you want to stretch your skills, our NS series of patterns feature more complex techniques — with our hallmark clarity and detail.

From The Blog...

Every two years there is a frenzy on Ravelry to organize or join an Olympics "team" and participate by chosing projects to knit. Remember when the US Olympic Committee brought down the hammer on Ravelry to stop calling this event "Ravelympics"? Seriously.

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