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Game of Thrones Knitting Patterns

by | Apr 11, 2015 | Fantasy / Science Fiction, Featured, Movie and TV

Knitting Patterns inspired by Game of Thrones


Winter is coming — or at least season 7 of Game of Thrones, so it’s time to get knitting with these scarves, cushion, shawls, mitts, hats, blankets, cowls, and socks inspired by Game of Thrones, the Song of Ice and Fire characters, and dragons.


To get the knitting patterns, scroll down the page to the individual pattern you want and click on the link to that pattern.

These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for House Targaryen Scarf

House Targaryen Scarf

This double knit reversible scarf inspired by Game of Thrones features the House Targaryen dragon sigil and the motto “Fire and Blood”.  Designed by Elizabeth McComb

Free Knitting Pattern for Beyond the Wall Cowl

Free Knitting Pattern for Beyond the Wall Cowl

Beyond the Wall Cowl

Three color cowl in ice colors.  2 sizes. Designed by Stefanie Goodwin-Ritter

Free knitting pattern for Game of Thrones blanket

Game of Thrones Blanket

The sigils of the houses adorn this knitted design by Ruby Gal is created with intarsia, a simple cable pattern, and basic embroidery.

Free Knitting Pattern for Weirwood Cowl

Weirwood Cowl

A stranded cowl picturing the Weirwood trees from A Song of Ice and Fire and Game of Thrones. Designed by Andrea Krüß-Anders. I like the way it looks just like a pretty graphic pattern when draped around the neck. Available in English and German. Pictured projects by JennyLee1011 and ajtho1

Free knitting pattern for Winter Is Coming Scarf

Winter Is Coming Scarf

The Dire Wolf of House Stark proclaims that winter is coming in this charted pattern designed by Julie Chen.

Free Knitting Pattern for Daenerys Mitts

Daenerys Mitts

Cable and texture create a dragon back on the back of these fingerless mitts. Designed by Vlněné sestry. Available in English and Czech. Pictured project by creationsonawhim


Arya's Water Dancer Cowl

Arya’s Water Dancer Cowl

Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich was inspired by Arya Stark to create this hooded cowl that her favorite character might have worn on her journey to get back to Winterfell.

Download the free knitting pattern


Free knitting pattern for Arya's Gauntlets

© Euchronia

Arya’s Gauntlets

These fingerless mitts were designed by Julie Coburn with modified star stitch to resemble chain mail.

Free knitting pattern for Winter Is Coming Mittens

Winter Is Coming Mittens

Designed by Annelie Hansson.

Dragon Scale Gauntlets

Designed by Annemarie Pearson.



Free knitting pattern for Dragon plus toy softie


NY Times Bestselling Author Kim Harrison designed this impressive dragon and has generously provided the pattern complete with photo and video tutorials.

Free Knitting Pattern for House Stark Hat

House Stark Hat

Dire wolves race around this hat designed by Lynn Flatley.

Free knitting pattern for Direwolf Mittens

Direwolf Mittens

Designed by Carly Hill, these mittens are knit in the round with stranded colorwork.

Download the free knitting pattern

Winterfell Cowl Direwolf Knitting Gameofthrones Medium2

Winterfell Cowl

Designed by Fancy TigerCrafts, this cowl will keep your neck warm when winter is coming.

Free knitting pattern for Double Knit Lannister Scarf

Lannister Scarf

Designed by Kate Trewin

Free knitting pattern for Dragon Wing Cowl and more neck warmer knitting patterns

Dragon Wing Cowl

A cowl Daenerys would love! Jessie Rayot’s neck wrap uses dropped stitches that are picked up and reknit in bunches to create fun ridges, and simple increases to give it shape.

Free knitting pattern for Game of Thrones Hand Warmer

Game of Thrones Hand Warmers

Ceecees Stringer designed these gauntlets.

Free knitting pattern for Khaleesi Mitts


Marika Lepistö designed this long lace fingerless mitts.

Free knitting for Cersei Socks

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Cersei Socks

These socks by Sordid Details interpret Cersei’s complex character and life with knit crown motifs, honey drop cables that look like jewels and cabling on the sock.

Free knitting pattern for House Stark Dire Wolf Illustion Chart

House Stark Dire Wolf Illusion Chart

Designed by Louise Williams with illusion or shadow knitting that uses knit and purl stitches to create a raised texture surface.

Download the free knitting pattern

Melisandre Socks

Inspired by priestess Melisandre, this toe-up sock designed by Purrlescent features a swirling rib pattern that blazes up the leg like the fire of the red god R’hllor.

Download the free knitting pattern

Winter Is Coming Pillow

Get the free pattern at Ravelry


Free knitting pattern for Ygritte Shawl

Ygritte Shawl

Designed by Hare & Anser, The Ygritte Shawl is a versatile accessory that can be worn whenever you want some wildling fierceness. Knit in regular super bulky yarn.

Free knitting pattern for Castamere Blanket

Castamere Blanket

Lanja Khon-Engheim’s afghan was inspired by the song “The Rains of Castamere” – “In a coat of gold or a coat of red,a lion still has claws” Size 38.5” x 30” / 98 x 76 cm

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting Pattern for House Stark Wash Cloth

House Stark Wash Cloth

Knit and purl design.

Knitting pattern for Dire Wolf toy

© Kyle Cassidy

Dire Wolf Softie

Geek KnitsThis dire wolf toy is one of 30 knitting patterns in the book Geek Knits by Toni Carr aka Joan Dark. The dire wolf is worked in the round starting at the tail and ending at the nose. The legs are each worked separately, also in the round, and then joined using two I-cords to create movable limbs for a frolicking, leaping, or lounging beast!

Knitting pattern for House Targaryen Cushion

House Targaryen Cushion

A simple knitting pattern with straight needles with colorwork in intarsia. Back has the motto “Fire and Blood”

House Stark Cushion

Direwolf front pattern shown. The reverse has the motto “Winter is coming”.

Get the knitting pattern at Etsy

Knitting pattern for Sansa hat

Sansa Hat

This beret / snood hat designed by Katrina King was inspired by silver net with gems that Sansa wore in her wedding to Joffrey in the Song of Ice and Fire books. The hat has seven sections to represent the seven new gods that are worshipped in Westeros and uses beads for the gems.

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Knitting Pattern for Lannister Cushion

House Lannister Cushion

A simple knitting pattern with straight needles with colorwork in intarsia. Back has the motto “Hear My Roar”


Knitting pattern for Crocodile Stitch Capelet Cowl

Daenerys Cowl

This stitch resembles dragon scales and is one of three patterns including a headband and fingerless mitts. The designer Lena Skvagerson originally named this for Daenerys though Annie’s renamed it.

And use code EA15NOW for 15% Off at Annie’s


Dragon Shawl

This pattern wasn’t specifically inspired by Game of Thrones but it fits so perfectly with the theme I couldn’t resist. Knit side to side in short rows.

Get the knitting pattern for $6.00


Game of Thrones Inspired Mitts

10 patterns in ebook with sigils for Arryn, Baratheon, Greyjoy, Lannister, Mormont, Night’s Watch, Stark, Tarygaryen, Tully and Tyrell. Four sizes from child to adult.

Get the 10 pattern ebook for $30

Knitting pattern for Danni's Gloves

Danni’s Gloves

Named for Daenerys Targaryen from The Game of Thrones. The stitches resemble the scales of a Dragon.


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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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