Pattern Sets

Knit matching pattern sets to accessorize your outfits. Knit hat and glove sets, hat and scarves and more.


Ms. Pinky Set

Inspired by the delicate pink of freshly blooming flowers in the springtime, this fingerless mitts and hat set uses a chunky ribbing pattern and small peek-a-boos of lace to make this set a perfect fit for spring.

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Peter Rabbit Pillow + Blanket Set

Peter Rabbit Pillow + Blanket Set

This unisex blanket and pillow set features an array of bunny silhouettes that make it the perfect addition to any baby’s nursery. Knitted from the bottom up, the blanket’s bunnies are added using the intarsia technique, and the entire piece is finished off using a moss stitch border. The Bunny Pillow is a much smaller project, featuring a single bunny at its center. Add a touch of woodland whimsy to any room using this charming set.

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Zebra Set

Just as a zebra’s stripes merge and divide so does the colorwork in this striking set. The brim of the hat starts with a waste yarn tubular cast on to give a stretchy edge followed by deep ribbing, which allows it to be worn either as a close-fitting beanie or as a hat with more slouch.

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Midnight Set

This chunky cable beanie with cables that creates a thick fabric is perfect to be worn on windy sweater weather. It features a ribbed hem and cables with textured pattern between them. The hat is knitted in the round from brim to crown. This set is perfect for wearing with oversized sweater and jeans, duffle coat or parka. The cowl alone can be a nice accessory to match a feminine dress and a cardi – to get a trendy street style look.

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Cozy Checks Hat, Mitts and Cowl Set

This checkerboard set features a hat, mitts and cowl that use a simple slip-stitch technique to create a stylish Scandinavian look. You will only be working with one color at a time, so relatively new knitters can work up a colorwork pattern all their own. Once you’ve mastered the hat and cowl, you can work on the slightly more complex construction of the matching mittens.

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