Accessories

Find knitting patterns for accessories, including knitting belts, knitting jewelry and knitting headbands.


Tailgating Messy Bun Hat

The ponytail hat trend has arrived just in time to keep your team spirit up no matter how cold it gets. The opening at the top will let your messy bun or ponytail free itself without costing you warmth, and you can even tailor the stripes to match your school’s colors.

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Bow Tie Bonanza

Whether Dad is setting the trends himself or needs a little help with his fashion, knitting up a unique accessory for his formal wear is always a great gift option. You can adjust this pattern to fit his personal style by sampling different knit stitches and buttons with this easy, button-on bow tie set.

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Shimmering Mermaid Sarong

Looking for something dreamy to wear at the pool or for a romantic walk at the water’s edge? This sarong is in a league of its own, with shimmering gleams peeking out from the rayon yarn’s metallic undertones. Plus, the sturdy material can hold its own, so you can enjoy the ocean waves while still looking fabulous.

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Lime Wedge Trinket Baskets

Brighten up your home with these cheerful, citrus-inspired trinket baskets. Worked in the round from the bottom up, you can make them any size you like. They are perfect for knitting notions, jewelry, or all those bits and pieces you need to keep surfaces tidy.

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Golden Classic Skirt

Golden Classic Skirt

This box-pleated skirt is perfect for transitional weather — it’s knit in the round with a wool/nylon yarn that holds the project’s shape while blocking out chilly winds from passing through the fabric. Borrowing popular design elements from the 50s and 60s, lace inserts give this project a fun, flirty feel that’s fit for spring. You’ll love how comfy and confident you’ll feel donning this essential piece!

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Honeycomb Headband

This sporty headband is worn high on your head to fully cover your ears. The honeycomb cable gives the headband lots of texture, and the provisional cast on and kitchener stitch join means no irritating seams on your neck.

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Winter Leg Huggers

From my student days trudging through the snow to the lecture halls to giving the dogs a run in nearby snow-covered fields, these leg warmers add an extra layer of warmth and a splash of individuality. These knee-high legwarmers are inspired by the textures of frost-encrusted stems and branches, and the fissures, knarls and knots of bark which become the dominant features of trees in winter.

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Forever Diamonds Legwarmers

These sporty legwarmers are great for running in frigid weather and for warming up after your run. They feature easy knit and purl textured stitches and a pop of color at the edges. They are worked in the round with an edging that incorporates ribbing and smoothly transitions into the pattern on the body of the piece. Knit in a cozy worsted weight for the maximum in warmth.

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