Put your stash to work creating fun and functional knitted designs with the help of this free eBook. Inside you’ll discover ideas for accessories you can knit including slippers, knitted headband, knitting needle bag, and beret (and that’s not all!).
Whether you’re a veteran at knitting accessories, or simply want some universal designs to keep in your stash, this free knitted accessories collection is one you’ll turn to again and again. Discover how to make a knit beret pattern come to life or knit jewelry bangles that all the gals will love. Add some TLC to a pair of knitted slippers to give or whip up a fun knit headband pattern or mittens to keep your loved ones warm. Then have some fun creating your very own knitting needle bags and colorful scarves. Get your needles ready and begin knitting jewelry, hats, scarves and other accessories with some of the best knitwear designers today!
Enjoy knitting accessories with free patterns for knitted headbands, hat, scarf, bag, slippers and more!
When we want a break from tiny sock needles or larger projects, accessories are the perfect projects to turn to. That’s why we’ve put together this free download giving you all sorts of designs, from a slipper knitting pattern and knitting project bag, to beret knitting pattern (plus four more to choose from). Download this free eBook to get started or keep reading to learn more about each pattern.
Modern Quilt Wrap by Mags Kandis
What could be more comforting than being wrapped up in the warmth of a colorful quilt? Loosely based on the traditional Log Cabin quilt block, Mags Kandis worked this wrap square by square in the attractive mitered-square knitting technique of color knitting.
Knitting Needle Knitting Bag by Pam Allen
This handy knitting project bag is knit in the fun-to-work berry stitch. The knitting bag is trimmed with real knitting needles and is the perfect shape to hold your needles and work in progress.
Folksy Headbands by Kristin Nicholas
This fun accessory pattern actually contains three patterns: a Fair Isle design, a simple garter stitch design, and an embroidered design. Each knitted headband pattern is colorful and unique. They’ll make a warm addition to your wardrobe or the perfect knitted gift.
Flip-Top Mittens by Debbie Bliss
These cashmere mittens are convertible! A flip of the top makes them fingerless mitts. This versatile knitting pattern is one you can make over and over again, for gifts for yourself. A snowflake adornment is worked in duplicate-stitch on the hand.
Bevy of Bangles by Mags Kandis
Knitted and yarn-covered bangles are really popular, and quick to make, too! Wrapped in beautiful cotton yarn, our knitted bangles are silent! Make this fun knit jewelry pattern as a gift or for yourself! You’ll want to make more than one.
Crumpet Beret by Maura Kirk
This jaunty lace beret knitting pattern is knit using just one ball of Manos del Uruguay’s luxurious silk blend. A dimensional 5-point leaf pattern pops out on a reverse stockinette ground creating an eye-catching motif. Sized to fit a women’s head, and knit from the center out, it is easily customizable to achieve a perfect fit.
Ribby Slipper Socks by Cathy Carron
Made from chunky yarn and a simple rib pattern, this slipper knitting pattern is definitely a keeper. They are easy to knit and are almost like getting multiple free knitting patterns for slippers thanks to the five sizes included. Now you can knit slippers for everyone in your family!
What are you waiting for? Download your free knitted accessories eBook!
Accessories are the perfect patterns to keep in your stash, whether you need them for a quick gift or for yourself, they always come in handy. For your fashionistas or young ladies, the knitted jewelry patterns for bangles and knitted headband pattern are wonderful designs to turn to. Those hat lovers are going to swoon over the stylish knit beret pattern that we’ve included, while your funky color-loving ladies will love wrapping themselves up in a unique scarf. Your toes will stay warm with the knitting pattern for slippers, while your fingers stay toasty with knitted mittens. Finally, use up old knitting needles for the opening of the bag project, a fun idea for any knitter! Whether you’re knitting jewelry, hats, scarves, or just looking for free knitting patterns for slippers, knitting needle bag, or a headband knitting pattern, this collection has it all! Download all seven designs today to get started! They’re free!