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Shark Knitting Patterns

by | Jun 24, 2016 | Featured

Knitting patterns for Shark toys, accessories, and more. Most patterns are free

Celebrate sharks all year long with these projects inspired by this powerful, intelligent ocean predator that inspires such fascination and fear in us.

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free knitting pattern for Shark Bottle Cozy

© lynnike

Shark Bottle Cozy

Jenny Sparrow designed this bottle shark that is knit flat and seamed with felt teeth and eyes to give it personality. Great stash buster!

Free knitting pattern for Shark Wash or Dish Cloth

Shark Wash Cloth or Afghan Block

Spülirätsel Hai by Mamafri can be used as a cloth or motif in other projects. The pattern is only in German but since it is all knit and purl except for the bobble eye, you should be able to figure it out. I believe the L means Knit and R means Purl.

Free knitting pattern for Shark Attack Blanket

by jennipoo

Shark Attack Blanket

Kari Provencher designed this version of a shark blanket in adult sizes. Fast knit in super bulky yarn. Pictured project and great photos are by jennipoo.

Free knitting pattern for Shark Hat and Mittens

Shark Hat and Mittens

Nuriya Khegay designed this set for 6-12 mos, 18-24 mos, 2-3 yrs. One of the 20 patterns in Adorable Animal Knits for Little People: 20 Supercute Animal-themed Hat, Mitten and Bootee Sets to Knit

Free knitting pattern for Shark Hat

© Brsus

Shark Hat

Adult and child sizes are available for this fierce hat designed by Allison Mcalister.

Free knitting pattern for Shark Cowl

Shark Cowl

Sharon E Mooney designed this cowl that tells a story! As the designer says “The scuba diver is happily following a little fish…daa daa daa daa da da da da…SHARK!”

Free knitting pattern for Shark Motif for Cloth or Afghan

© lv2flea

Shark Motif

Marilyn Wallace created a shark motif for wash cloths that lv2flea interpreted into a “Sharkghan” blanket.

Free knitting pattern for Great White Christmas shark ornament

Great White Christmas

Kris Mimulus designed this shark tree ornament.

Free knitting for Whale Shark Phone Cover

© sossidge

Whale Shark Phone Cozy

Reuben Briskie’s iPhone cover could also be knit as a toy.

Free knitting pattern for Shark Infested Waters shark fin lace socks

© LorraineF

Shark Infested Waters Socks

Shark fin lace socks designed by Nancy Degener. Pictured project by LorraineF

Free knitting pattern for Megalodon Tooth Fairy Pillow

Megalodon Shark Tooth Pillow

Vicki Brower designed this unique tooth fairy pillow after the extinct giant shark. Two sizes.

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting pattern for Shark Attack Blanket

Shark Attack Lap Blanket

Two versions included — one for knitting in the round and one for knitting flat. Small (2 to 6 years) Medium (6 to 10 years) Large (10 to 14 years)

Knitting Pattern for Doll Shark Blanket

Doll Sized Shark Blanket

This tiny shark lapghan fits any 18 inch doll, but will also work well with any 18-20 inch stuffed animal. She also has a human sized pattern and a doll mermaid tail pattern available.

Knitting pattern for Amigurumi Shark

Amigurumi Shark

The Shark toy softie measures 9 inches long, and 4 inches tall.

Knitting pattern for Shark Slippers

Shark Slippers

Shark socks in 11 different sizes in all. Includes sizes Infants 0-6 months up to Men’s size US 12.5-14.

Knitting pattern for Shark Scarf

Shark Scarf

Keyhole scarf with the tail going through the shark’s mouth.

Knitting pattern for Shark Tooth Crescent Shawl

Shark Tooth Crescent Shawl

Lace shawl designed by Elizabeth Lovick

Knitting pattern for Shark Mittens

Shark Mittens

Breeanna Sveum’s Deep Blue Sea mittens come in 4 sizes: Child’s S, L; Adult S, L

Knitting pattern for Shark Bite socks inspired by Jaws poster

Shark Bite Socks

Lara Smoot’s socks were inspired by the poster from the father and still champion of all monster shark movies, JAWS.

Terry Matz

meTerry 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, 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!

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