Gaming Knitting Patterns
Knitting patterns from favorite video games like Angry Birds, Super Mario Bros., Legend of Zelda, Pokemon, Tetris, Minecraft, Pac Man and more!
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Free Knitting Patterns
Mario Transformation Hat
Colleen Sandridge designed this colorwork beanie of Mario’s adventures. Note: Most of the Ravelry knitters mentioned how they needed to modify the size of the hat.
Chain Chomp Hat
Allison MacAllister designed this hat inspired by the enemy of the Mario Bros.
Super Mario Sweater
Joanna Rankin Happy Seamstress designed this Super Mario themed vest.
Mario Kart Koopa Troopa Turtle Shell
Lahelaknits pattern comes with photos for assembly.
Angry Bird Hat
Heidi Yates designed this pixie hat for game lovers in sizes from newborn to adult.
Angry Birds Plush Toys
Knitterbees created these softie versions of Red Bird, Yellow Bird, and Green Pig.
Angry Bird Hat
Lene Brattland designed this hat sized for 3-5 years and 6-9 years
Minecraft Creeper Hat
This Cute Creeper stocking cap was designed by Krista Sodt.
Minecraft Creeper Blanket
Katherine Youngs designed this easy blanket of 100 squares of 7 shades of yarn.
Warhammer Chaos Dwarf Hat
Rose Anne designed this intricate hat and beard inspired by the Warhammer Fantasy world. The hat fits an average adult head of between 21-24”.
Happy Seamstress designed this Legend of Zelda outfit for babies about 3 months old.
Emily Hastings designed these mitts inspired by Legend of Zelda games. They’re based on the gauntlets that Link wears in OoT and in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Zelda Triforce Skullcap
Nancy Bauer designed this beanie with intarsia.
Pac Man Hat
Maja V. Rød designed this colorwork beanie in Norwegian and English with charts.
Pac Man Scarf
Jenn Skinner designed this scarf to be knit in the round with fair isle but other techniques can be used. Options include fruit and power pills.
Deep Sea Flower Dice Bag
Nina Nyland designed this as dice bag but it’s pretty enough for any use. Available in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Patterns for Purchase
Also available with Luigi or Princess Peach
Super Mario Sweaters
Four Super Mario intarsia sweater designs for 24 to 44 inch chest.
Pokeball Fliptop Mittens
Perfect for hunting pokémons in cooler weather. These mittens have a flap that you can easily flip open to use your phone or close to keep your hands warm.
This Pikachu toy measures roughly 22cm tall and has movable arms.
Bulbasaur pokemon measures roughly 18cm tall, making him the perfect size for cuddling and a perfect gift.
This Pokemon toy softie measures roughly 22cm tall and has movable arms and legs.
Link’s Hat and Rupee Bag
Designed by critknits for Legend of Zelda fans.
Legend of Zelda Bomb Bag
Pattern includes instructions for both the bombs and the bag.
Legend of Zelda Tri-Force Case
This pattern includes written instructions for a knitted DS case with the Tri-Force logo on the front. This case will fit the Nintendo DS, DSi, DSlite, or 3DS. But it looks like it is customizable to other sizes for phones, etc.
I Dream of Falling Blocks scarf is knit mostly in garter stitch with the blocks done with intarsia.
This is a great beginner blanket. The only knit stitches involved are knit and purl. The squares are joined together using crochet with full illustrated instructions for how to do so.
Space Invaders Hat
LaVischDesigns designed this Old School Gaming Hat with characters from the arcade game
Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!