Assorted Movie and TV Knitting Patterns
A grab bag of various knitting patterns inspired by movies and tv series. I have several other posts that focus on individual movies and tv shows. Please check out the Movies and TV menu above for knitting patterns for Harry Potter, Star Wars, and more.
The Star Trek romper pattern is now on a Star Trek Knitting Patterns page.
To get the knitting patterns, scroll down to the individual knitting pattern and click on the link.
Free Knitting Patterns
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Chart
Free knitting chart by overmama of the Buffy logo.
Cylon Centurion Hat
Earflap hat inspired by Battlestar Galactica designed by Thea Eschliman
Shrek – Ogre My Ogre Hat
Gunilla Leavitt’s cute hat is a fast knit in bulky yarn.
Kim Hamlin designed this Oz-some gloves in child and adult sizes.
Gilmore Girls – The Road to Stars Hollow Scarf
Rebecca-Anne C Do Rozario’s double knit reversible scarf features your favorite Gilmore Girls motifs: Luke’s diner, a dragonfly for the wonderful Dragonfly Inn, a Lorelai coffee quote, an umbrella which might be for the Life and Death Brigade and might be for that time when they were working on Luke’s place and Jess gave Rory an umbrella with her breakfast, and, of course, poodles!
Elizabeth Jarvis’s Bender is worked in stocking stitch with some simple shaping.
Kate Quinn designed this balaclava with tentacles and mittens with claws to bring this Futurama character to life.
Jayne Cobb Hat
Dryope designed this Firefly-inspired earflap hat from the episode of “The message”
Battlestar Galactica: Starbuck’s Mandala Hat
Kelly Gardner designed this toy ship softie.
Andrea “trooperschaf” re-created the Nerd Herd symbol from Chuck in a knitting chart that you can use for sweaters, pillows, blankets, and more.
Yarnspirations’ unisex beanie is inspired by the iconic Team Zissou hat from The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Sherlock- Baker Street Wallpaper Mitts
Professor Fonz’s Sherlock-inspired The Game Is On fingerless mitts feature the wallpaper design in Sherlock’s flat in the Sherlock tv series. See below for more Sherlock Knitting Patterns
Sherlock- Baker Street Wallpaper Hat
Professor Fonz’s Death Frisbee earflap hat features the wallpaper design in Sherlock’s flat in the Sherlock tv series. See below for more Sherlock Knitting Patterns
This SG Fair Isle hat by Carol Schoenfelder features glyphs from the tv series.
Ruby Slipper Booties
Rain O’Brien designed these baby booties inspired by the Wicked Witch of the East. Size: 3-6 (6-9) months
Supernatural Anti-Possession Hat
Ellen Hyde designed this reversible double-knit winter hat that incorporates the anti-possession symbol from the CW’s show Supernatural.
Winchester Plaid Anti-Possession Mittens
Inspired by Supernatural, these mittens designed by Kat Lewinski sport a stylish plaid on top and anti-demonic possession protection on the palms.
Sherlock – John Watson’s Christmas Jumper
Professor Fonz’s Meretricious Sweater was inspired by John Watson’s Christmas sweater in A Scandal in Belgravia. The jumper’s fair-isle patterns from the original Icelandic sweater design. In adult and child sizes.
Sherlock Wallpaper Pillow
YAndrea “Trooperschaf” designed this pillow after the wallpaper in Sherlock’s flat in the Sherlock tv series.
Gwen Stacy Hat
I’m the Dude Jacket
Yarnspirations’ jacket inspired by The Big Lebowski features a fair isle pattern. Sizes from XS through 5XL.
Tika Belle created this people-sized version of the amazing gloves designed by Althea Crome for the film version of Neil Gaiman’s Coraline.
Lars and the Real Girl Blanket
Tanis Gray & Louisa Demmitt designed this baby blanket after the blanket that Lars’ mother knit for him as a child. With his mother long gone and having lost her at a young age, Lars clings to this blanket like any small kid would – it’s more or less the only link he has to his mom.
Popeye Strong Arm Cushion
Joo-young Yoon designed this arm shaped cushion complete with anchor that reminds me of Popeye.
Three Eyed Fish Hat
Thora Bey designed this hat inspired by the Simpsons mutant.
Penelope Cobblestone Scarf
Jennifer Moretti’s design was inspired by the 2006 movie Penelope starring Christina Ricci and James McAvoy. Size: 8 inches wide and just over 60 inches long. Includes a photo tutorial for the Cobblestone stitch.
Patterns for Purchase
Unofficial Downton Abbey Knits 2014
A group of outstanding knitwear designers have used the magnificent PBS series Downton Abbey as the inspiration for twenty-five projects imbued with the spirit of the show and its setting yet perfect for life in the twenty-first century.
Unofficial Downton Abbey Knits 2013
Enjoy 26 knitting patterns inspired by the lavish sets and styling of the hugely popular television series, which tells the story of the Grantham clan and their servants at England’s Downton Abbey. Projects include knitted lace cardigans, socks, knitting for the troops and more!
Sons of Anarchy Inspired Knit Hat
A unique cable pattern is inspired by the logo of the Sons of Anarchy tv series.
Sad from Inside Out
Bing Bong from Inside Out
Toy softie for Inside out “BING BONG” imaginary friend is easier than it looks. Measurements: about 11inc (28cm) tall.
Ludo from Labyrinth
Ludo, friend! Labyrinth has been an amazing move for generations and this is your chance to make one of its most lovable characters. The pattern is flat knit on two needles and requires some skills in sewing. The finished tpy is approximately 35cm tall.
Piano Fingerless Gloves
Inspired by the film, “The Piano”, these fingerless gloves are knitted “flat” on straight needles. Channel island cast-on and picot cast-off add a special touch to the edges.
Home Alone Holiday Hat
Designed after the hat worn by Kevin in the first Home Alone movie.
New Girl Skirt
Inspired by the style of Zooey Deschanel’s character Jess on New Girl. Circle skirt features an elastic band, pockets, stripes and daisy stitch. Finished Size 29 (31, 35, 39, 43, 47, 50) waist measurement.
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!