Accessories

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


Lattice Boot Cuffs

Boot cuffs are a great way to achieve the look of chunky socks without the bulk. This pattern has no shaping, so it’s a good project if you want to branch out into cables. They’re knit in the round and are offered in seven sizes so you can make matching sets for family members. Plus, you can make them in multiple colors to change up your outfit or give them away as trendy but quick gifts.

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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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Sasha Scrunchie

Sometimes a quick little project is just what is needed for summertime knitting. Try a knitted scrunchie for a change! This trendy project is easily customizable via color choice and the opportunity for personal embellishments is seemingly endless.

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Marguerite Headband

This boho-style headband is light enough to be worn as either a hair accessory or as a cowl! Knitted as a rectangle to start, the pattern will walk you through how simple is it to turn your shape into a boho-chic headband, with a twist.

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Strawberry Sandal Flair

Why should purses get all the fun little accessories? Knit in the round on two double-pointed needles, these strawberries can be flat or stuffed with polyester filling and attach easily to your little one’s flip flops. Using two I-cords attached to the back of each berry, you’ll be able to tie the strawberry onto each sandal with ease.

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Swarming Boot Cuffs

This boot cuff takes the image of a honeybee swarm and materializes it into a wearable work of art! This stitch, appropriately named “Bee Stitch” is a stretchy, squishy, dense fabric that holds its shape. The fabric looks like thousands of tiny bees waiting to take flight!

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