Household Knitting Patterns
Knitting patterns for every room in the house. These patterns make thoughtful and quick housewarming gifts, last minute holiday gifts, or more. Many of these patterns will help you use up your leftover yarn.
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Free Knitting Patterns
Vase of Grace
Very easy creative pattern for dressing up any vase in any shape that will leave people wondering how you did it. Designed by Nicky Epstein, it’s simply a stockinette tube knit with a beautiful yarn that you slip over a base. Then you stitch thread or yarn at every curve in the vase and gather the stitches so the tube hugs the vase. Great for gifts or decorations!
Dappled Lace Café Curtain
Lace curtains knit in Checkerboard Mesh. Designed by Knit Picks Design Team. Pictured project by VickiWithNoE
Knit Topper for Tea Towel
This towel holder designed by Becoming Crafty is perfect for hanging a towel on an oven handled or other type of rod. Perfect use for leftover yarn, the designer said she only used about a yard — but make sure it is heat resistant if you are using this for an oven towel!
A Burst Of Light Tealight Cosy
Emma Percy designed three lace patterns that create a lovely light pattern when wrapped around mason jars with tea lights. They can be knit in the round or flat and seamed. A great use for leftover yarn. And they make great gifts!
Mitered Hanging Towel
Cristina Bernardi Shiffman’s towel with a loop to hang over a rod is a great use for leftover yarn and a wonderful housewarming gift. Approximately 18″ x 15″ (45.5cm x 38cm), measured at widest point with hanging loop buttoned
Lotus Lace Valance
Lace curtain designed by Maureen Egan Emlet for DK weight yarn. Pictured project by shellic
Designed by DROPS these baskets make perfect gifts or house decor. Height: approx. 10 cm / 4” Diameter: approx. 20 cm / 8”
Felted Soap Cozies
These soap cozies are an ingenious way to make your soap last longer. Simply sew a bar of soap inside, and the cozy felts as you use it. Great use for leftover wool yarn. Site requires registration for pattern download.
A Very Simple Rug
Garter stitch rug approximate dimensions 36 inches by 22 inches designed by Dooley and Spud.
Bathroom or Kitchen Decor Set
These accessory patterns are perfect gifts for housewarmings or holidays.
Pretty and practical shower scrubbing mitt.
Great way to brighten up the kitchen or bath! And a great gift idea.
First Aid Kit
Nancy Anderson designed this vintage-style first aid kit with two expanding pockets for Red Heart Cares. 8 x 8 x 3 inches.
It’s Time to Knit Clock
Liat Gat created this ingenious design for a knitted clock 8.5 inches in diameter.
Pam Powers designed this great gift idea for dressing up a simple glass bubble terrarium.
Felted Plant Hanger
Katie Startzman designed these felted wool planters. She made them in an earth color but I think this would be fun in bright colors, patterns, or variegated yarn.
Garter Ridged Basket
Designed by Yarnspirations. Small: Approx 7″ [18 cm] diameter x 6″ [15 cm] tall. Medium: Approx 10″ [25.5 cm] diameter x 7” [18 cm] tall. Large: Approx 14″ [35.5 cm] diameter x 8″ [20.5 cm] tall.
Spring Sprouts Mason Jar Covers
Cover your mason jars to match your decor!
This pattern by Browneyedbabs uses large needles and DK yarn double stranded.
Floor Mat Knit From Clothesline
This giant knit project by Craft Passion is 40″ x 29″.
Patterns for Purchase
This hanging by Ruth Cross is one of the 20 patterns in The Knitted Home: Creative and Contemporary Projects for Interiors to create stunning home decor including throws, cushions, hangings, and more.
Soft Porcelain Bowls
Make small felted ornamental bowls with fun lace edgings. Sizes 14 (17, 21)” circumference and 3″ (3, 4 )” high after felting.
Nineteen Hundred House Dishcloth
Approximately 7″ by 10″, this house also makes a great potholder, hot pad, and housewarming gift!
Lampshade for the Grand House
This lampshade is knitted in the round, beginning at the top and increasing gradually to the bottom. The yarn used is a medium weight cotton available in many colors. Beaded fringe adds a dramatic touch.
Uyeasound Table Runner Knitting Pattern
Lovick’s design is based on a late-nineteenth-century piece of knitted lace found in the back of the Uyeasound shop in Unst, Shetland.
Knotted Trivets and Coasters
Knitting patterns for oval trivet, circular trivet, and coasters.
This beautifully textured rug is the perfect accessory for the home and a great project for using up left over yarns.
Finger Knit Handy Storage Tubs
Finger knit baskets designed by Laura Strutt for Arm & Finger Knitting 35 No Needles Knits For The Home & To Wear.