Get out your knitting needles, ladies and gents—it’s cold outside! Below are some totally fantastic ideas to kick-off knitting this season. From beginner to expert, there are patterns for every style. We know there’ll be something here you can’t help but fall in love with!
Comfy Cuffed Slippers
Keep those toes toasty with some of these comfy cuffed slippers. Easy to knit, easy to love. For beginners!
30-Minute Infinity Scarf
Keep your entire neck warm all year round with this fabulous 30-minute infinity scarf.
Funky Foliage Hat
Show off your style with a well-knitted foliage ‘boggan. You won’t regret the fall fashion decision to stay warm!
Beautiful Boot Cuffs
Quick knit these fantastically cozy-looking boot cuffs for a sneaky flair in the colder months!
Wintry Snowball Scarf
This “fun in the snow” inspired scarf is truly a wintry sensation—any other color and you’ve got a pom-pom scarf for all occasions!
Knitted Fall Pumpkins
Knitted fall pumpkins are scientifically proven to give your fall decor a little “umph!”—and they work great as stress balls for the holiday blues!
Easy-Peasy Baby Blanket
Got a friend who has just had a baby? Make a super easy baby blanket! Guaranteed to be the cutest thing the new mommy’s ever seen.
Autumnal Maple Leaves
Stem right up, and check out these knitted maple leaves! They’re a little less messy than using the great outdoors to decorate your indoors, so don’t be afraid to stitch ‘em right up and use them for potholders, centerpieces, you name it!
Doggie Mittens—for Humans
Looking for some pet-friendly hand-warmers? Try knitting these doggie (corgi) mittens!
Holy Cowl! Scarf
This fantastic fall-icious knit cowl scarf is sure to keep you warm!
Baby Cuddly Cardigan
Who’s got the cutest cardi in the world, baby girl? You do! You can’t go wrong with a little colorful fluff n’ fun!
Adorable Knit Bunnies
What’s cuter than knit bunnies for the kiddies or for your dorm shelf? Time to hop to work on this one—or five of them! I say make like rabbits and knit a whole family!
“Operation Toasty Toes: Knitting for the Holiday Season,” as published on Familius.com on 10/11/2014.
Disclaimer: I do not affiliate with military knitting organization “Operation Toasty Toes”.