Share Crafts
Browse
Contests
Ask
Share
Newsletter
Account
About

Shrug (or Hug) Knitting Pattern

0EmailPrintFollowSave

I'm looking for a pattern for a 'shrug' (or 'hug' as I've also heard it called). This is like a sweater, except it's only the sleeves, and a connection across the back! I've searched a lot of knitting websites, and only came up with one that I liked, but the pattern sounds really strange.

Any simple patterns are appreciated!

Thanks!
carol

By

Ad

Recent AnswersAnswer this Question

By SNIGDIBBLY (Guest Post) 09/20/2005 Flag

http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=free+shrug+pattern&fr=ieas

I found all of this by just using "free shrug pattern" into my search engine. A google search showed:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en& ... shrug+pattern&btnG=Google+Search

hope this helps.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes

By Claudia- MD (Guest Post) 09/21/2005 Flag

Butterick # 4396- seen in a recent JoAnn fabric flyer. (I didn't know that the pattern makers had knitting patterns.)

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes

By Beth McMillan 3 11 10/04/2005 Flag

try looking on http://www.craftster.org , they always have lots of patterns.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes

By carol 4 81 10/05/2005 Flag

Thank you everyone!
I've found some good patterns from your tips!!

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes

By Allen Conquest (Guest Post) 10/06/2005 Flag

You can find some patterns on http://www.mavis-crafts.com/category.php/Patterns/151

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes

By Becky (Guest Post) 10/30/2007 Flag

Here is a very pretty one that is easy too!!!!! http://www.leisureartslibrary.com/cgi/display.cgi?item_num=800303

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes

By KNITHAT101 (Guest Post) 02/04/2008 Flag

What about a newsboy hat? Does anybody know good website for a knitted one?

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes

By Susan Sanders-Kinzel 9 2,498 04/03/2008 Flag

Here's a site with links to a lot of free patterns:

http://www.knittingpatterncentral.com/directory/shrugs.php

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes

By tasana 3 20 12/05/2011 Flag

I made one of these recently. It's really simple. First, you need one strand of worsted weight and one strand of fancy fur yarn. Or you can use two strands of the fancy fur, but it's really hard to see the stitches.

You'll need two skeins of red heart yarn or similar, and three skeins of fancy fur depending on how long you make it.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes

Answer This Question