The Best Free Knook Patterns

Do You Knook?

There is some way that you found yourself on this page; either you already knook and are looking for some fun free knook patterns, or you thought “Knook? That sounds both weird and interesting. Let’s check it out”.

Either way, here you are.

In a nutshell, knooking is making knit stitches with a special hook called a knook.  It’s a bit like crossing crochet with knitting. “Knit” + “Hook” = “Knook”!

The knook itself looks like a crochet hook with an eye on one end where a long cord is slipped through. You use a crochet motion and end up with a finished product that looks like knit.

We did some searching for you and found great free knook patterns and put them right here on one organized page.

Have a look around at the awesome free knock patterns.  Even if you’ve never used a knook before, many of these patterns are perfect for teaching you how.

If you don't know how to knook and you want to learn, visit our Knook page for many free instructional tutorials and videos on knooking.  You can learn the knit stitch, purl stitch, cable stitch, cast on, cast off, increase and decrease stitches and much, much more.  There are even tutorials for people who are left-handed.

If you don’t already have one, you need a knook. Use our link to get yours now and start looking at our free knook patterns below. 

Free Knook Patterns

Scarves:  Many people suggest that you start with a scarf as your first knook project.  I don’t necessarily believe that’s true; there are other simple things for beginners.  

However, take some time to look at the scarf patterns we have collected.  Some are simple, like the single knit and purl scarf, and others are more intricate and very stunning like the beautiful variegated infinity scarf.

Check out the free downloadable pattern for a lovely scarf that lets you take advantage of the versatility of the knook. The stitches featured in this pattern include knit check, crochet openwork, knit diagonal rib, crochet ridge, knit basketweave, single crochet, and knit pennants.

All scarves definitely are not just for beginners.

Washcloths:  Once again, our free patterns for knook washcloths range in difficulty. There are very simple patterns, perfect for beginners that don’t use as much yarn or take as much time as the aforementioned “start with a scarf!” call to action.

If you are more seasoned with the knook, take a look at the ladybug washcloth with the design woven right in!

Accessories: You’ll see that we found some fun accessories for you to make with your knook.  There is a slouchy beanie cap; so functional and stylish.

The free knook boot cuff pattern will have you creating a classy touch for your boots, giving you a chic look. This is a simple pattern, using only the knit and purl stitches, but the finished cuffs, complete with buttons, look amazing.

The free fingerless mitts knook pattern will have you making an adorable cold weather accessory.  Try using a soft pastel yarn, which is a great way to add a pop of spring-time color to the gray winters.

Toys: I was amazed to see the adorable stuffed piggy knook pattern!  It looks very complicated, but the pattern is actually quite simple. You just have to check it out!  

And for your sweet kitty, there is a free knook pattern for a butterfly cat toy to keep them active. Cats will love batting around this toy butterfly with its jingle bell head!

And More: Use your knook to create a beautiful drawstring bag, perfect to carry as a slouchy purse. The pattern for coasters is simple, yet turns out a cute home accessory. 

Interested in making Granny Squares, just the thing to join together to make a lovely blanket?  We have a pretty design for you!  There is also a great video to teach you how to form a net lace to add into your projects.

If these free patterns are not enough, visit our instructional and project books on Knooking to find books on how to learn to knook and for creating interesting, fun knook projects.

The Best Free Knook Patterns

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Button Boot Cuffs

The Basic Buttoned Boot Cuffs will add a classic touch to your outfit, giving you an effortless, chic look. Use the free knook pattern to make them. All Free Knitting

Fingerless Mitts

These Fingerless Mitts are an adorable cold-weather knit accessory. All Free Knitting

Garter Knook Washcloth

Learn knooking by making a washcloth using this free pattern. Jennifer Peters at Ravelry

Hugs and Kisses Bag

A simple drawstring bag that has both knooking and crochet incorporated in it. I'd Rather Be Knooking

Knook Hat

Make a slouchy beanie using a knook with this free pattern. Cut Out and Keep

Knook Infinity Scarf Pattern

Learn how to knook and make a stunning infinity scarf pattern at the same time. Fave Crafts

Knook Piggy

Knook up this super quick, super cute little piggy using this free pattern. Amy Gaines at Ravelry

Knooked Granny Square

Free pattern instructions. Knooking Blog

Ladybug Dishcloth Knook

Dress up your kitchen with this cute knooked dishcloth. Melissa Bergland Burnham at Ravelry

Scarf - Skinny Scarf

Give a knook a try by making this simple scarf. Book Fairy43


Knook washcloth pattern is ideal for your first Knook project. Knooking at Wordpress

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