#21 Knit Band Aid Glam
These cushy little knits are a soft and cozy way to protect your finger cuts and scrapes from infection.
#22 Scaredy Cat Hat
This sweet yet spooky knit hat pattern makes a great grab-n-go Halloween knit for a trick-or-treating chaperone. We love the Scaredy Cat Hat in white, but try knitting it in black or purple for a festive Halloween touch.
#23 Two Hour Knit Wristband
This knit wristband is a small, quick project designed to teach you a few techniques to spice up your knitting. The provisional cast on and three-needle bind off are fantastic tools for knitting seamlessly.
#24 Teddy Bear Sweater
This Knitted Teddy Bear Sweater is perfect for the cooler months.
#25 Funny Papers Poncho
The Funny Papers Poncho is made entirely in garter stitch, making it an easy pattern to complete. It uses a provisional cast on to create a seamless look in the finished piece.
#26 Dragon Fire Cowl
Don’t be intimidated by the design, as this knit pattern is actually quite easy to make.
#27 Blyss Hat
The Blyss Hat takes less than one skein of Brava Bulky and will knit up in no time at all!
#28 Garden Orange Wristers
Only knits and purls and only one-row pattern you repeat to your desired length. As easy as peeling carrots.
#29 Market Bag
If you’d like to knit a bag that won’t lose its shape the first time you use it, this one’s for you!
#30 Pumpkin Potholders
These potholders can be knit up quickly and you can use any cotton scraps you might have leftover from another project.
Tell us what your favorite designs are – we always love to hear from you. We personally can’t choose a favorite, which means we’ll have to try them all. Maybe for starters we’ll make one of those adorable elephants.
Any of these knitting patterns would make great gifts, too. Put a smile on someone’s face by knitting not one, but two of each. They’re all knitting projects for kids to make, but adults will enjoy them too!