30 Creative Knitting Projects for Kids to Knit

#21 Knit Band Aid Glam

These cushy little knits are a soft and cozy way to protect your finger cuts and scrapes from infection.
Knit Band Aid Glam

#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.
Scaredy Cat Hat

#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.
Two Hour Knit Wristband

#24 Teddy Bear Sweater

This Knitted Teddy Bear Sweater is perfect for the cooler months.
Teddy Bear Sweater

#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.
Funny Papers Poncho

#26 Dragon Fire Cowl

Don’t be intimidated by the design, as this knit pattern is actually quite easy to make.
Dragon Fire Cowl

#27 Blyss Hat

The Blyss Hat takes less than one skein of Brava Bulky and will knit up in no time at all!
Blyss Hat

#28 Garden Orange Wristers

Only knits and purls and only one-row pattern you repeat to your desired length. As easy as peeling carrots.
Garden Orange Wristers

#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!
Market Bag

#30 Pumpkin Potholders

These potholders can be knit up quickly and you can use any cotton scraps you might have leftover from another project.
Pumpkin Potholders
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!

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