So we thought we'd gather them all together here. Whatever you're looking for - a Christmas gift idea, a quick project to use up yarn from your stash, or a special treat to knit for yourself, you're sure to find it here...
You'll love knitting this kids' pixie hat - it's so quick, and a great stash-buster.
This polka-dot cardigan has a touch of 1950s vintage style, with its three-quarter sleeves and boxy shape.
These quick knit projects - a clutch and co-ordinating purse - make brilliant gifts, and are great for using up yarn from your stash.
You'll love knitting these socks, designed by Rhian Drinkwater and knitted in 4-ply sock yarn on DPNs.
The loopy cuff and pom-pom on this Santa Hat is so much fun and the sequins add festive sparkle.
This striped cable set has a tea cosy, coffee warmer, egg cosy and table mat... perfect for breakfast, or a warm pot of tea at any time of day.
These Owl fingerless mittens are quick to knit, worked from the bottom up in aran weight yarn.
Save the Children and Search Press have an early Christmas present for you: this cute Snowman sweater pattern from the exciting new Merry Christmas Sweaters to Knit book from Sue Stratford.
These Blossom socks have a Fair Isle motif worked in Kaffe Fassett's Regia Design Line yarn.
This pretty colourwork hat will brighten everyone’s day and warm up your own, with optional heart button embellishments.
And for more free patterns, we have more fantastic designs available here.