Multiligament knee reconstruction constitutes a challenging entity. While allograft use gained popularity in this scenario because it can reduce surgery time and the risk of donor-site morbidities, in some places high-quality allografts are not readily available. In addition, allografts are subjected to some disadvantages compared with autografts, including slower biological incorporation and risk of disease transmission. Choosing and using wisely autografts to address these cases becomes valuable for these reasons. In this manuscript a technique is described for performing all-autograft multiligament knee reconstruction of the posterior cruciate ligament, anterior cruciate ligament and posterolateral corner.