#11 Simple Knit Rectangle Hat with Pom Poms
This fast and fun hat makes a great knitting-for-beginners project because it’s knit almost entirely in garter stitch. Multi-colored yarn and puffy pom poms make this hat especially kid-friendly.
#12 Diagonal Rib Coffee Cup Sleeve
This coffee cup sleeve is perfect as a stocking stuffer or as an addition to any gift. It is super quick and very easy to knit and will fit most standard coffee cups!
#13 Keyhole Scarf
Unlock comfort and warmth by knitting your very own Keyhole Scarf today. Perfect for all of you beginner knitters out there looking to learn how to knit a scarf, this easy knit pattern will have you braving the chill in high fashion.
#14 Apple Green Jacquard Button Cowl
Lovely for both winter and spring, this is just the knitting pattern you’re looking for if you’re still searching for a good St. Patrick’s Day project.
#15 Warm Tweedy Knit Neckwarmer
The silver buttons pair beautifully against the rich deep purple color, so you get to be fashionable as well as cozy.
#16 Camping Fingerless Mittens
These vibrant Flawless Fingerless Gloves are great easy knitting patterns that will keep your hands nice and toasty.
#17 Bulky Braided Knit Headband
This braided knit headband is a fun “under an hour” project for anyone looking to polish its cable knitting skills.
#18 Absolute Beginner Chunky Knit Hat
If you’ve always wanted to learn how to knit a hat, then this Absolute Beginner Chunky Knit Hat pattern is for you! The pattern is available in an assortment of sizes, so you can make a hat for everyone in your family.
#19 Orange Tabby Kitten Mittens
Add a bit of whimsy to your winter ensemble with these cute and warm cat mittens. Also, these kitten mittens are the purr-fect gift for your favorite feline lover.
#20 Knitted Elephant
The inspiration for this knit elephant pattern is Valli, the elephant who calls the Skanda Vale Hospice sanctuary home. This knitted animal pattern makes an adorable elephant you can send directly to the hospice or sell on their behalf in order to raise money for their new in-patient unit.