Favourite Raglan Knitting Projects (18 Free Patterns)

It has been a while since we published our last roundup of some of our favourite knitting patterns, so we are back today with a selection which will definitely help inspire your next knitting projects. So if you have been looking for something to kick-start your 2021 knitting, we hope this collection inspires you!

Interested in some of our past free pattern collections we have published? Recently we have shared 8 classic baby sets, stylish shawls and stoles, women’s tunics and perfect placements for setting a lovely dinner table.

Today we are featuring a selection of raglan styled knitting patterns. But what is raglan you ask? This is a style of garment, where the sleeve extends in one whole piece right up to the collar. This method of knitting leaves a diagonal seam from the underarm to the collar. Below we have featured 18 of our favourite free knit patterns featuring this style.

  1. Deep Woods Sweater by DROPS Design
  2. Raglan Cabled Pullover Pattern
  3. Shout for Winter by DROPS Design
  4. Kids’ Basic Raglan Sweater
  5. Partons Rope Twist Raglan
  6. Arctic Tide by DROPS Design
  7. Adult Raglan Sleeve Pullover Pattern
  8. Touch of Mystery by DROPS Design
  9. The Everyday Raglan Pattern
  10. Harvest
  11. Winter Clouds by DROPS Design
  12. Raglan Pullover
  13. Autumn Smiles Jumper by DROPS Design
  14. Dotty Pullover
  15. Dripping Diamonds by DROPS Design
  16. Red Riding Hood
  17. Striped Raglan Pullover
  18. Missoni Accomplished

We hope you enjoy this selection! Let us know which one if your favourite, and which you have already created.

Did you know? We also, from time to time, feature our favourite free knitting video tutorials available online. So if you’re looking for videos to help you level up your knitting skills, be sure to check that out!

Please note: Each link points you to the page where you can access the free knitting pattern; these have been checked so as to ensure they are totally free of charge at the time of publishing. Some websites might require that you register with them before being able to access the pattern, but this is also free.

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