Hat, Scarf, and Mitt Sets Knitting Patterns
Knitting patterns for matching head, neck, and/or hand accessories in various combinations.
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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
Stairway Hat, Cowl, and Mitts Set
Matching cable and lace slouchy beanie, fingerless mitts, and infinity scarf cowl. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Asita Krebs. In English and German.
Pebble Hat and Scarf Set
Matching slouchy hat and scarf are knit in a 2 color 4 row repeat broken rib pattern with constrasting multicolor yarns.
Mrs. Pickles Hat, Mitts, and Cowl
This matching set features practically jogless stripes. Great stashbuster. Rated very easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Little Church Knits
- Get the free HAT and MITTS knitting pattern
- Get the free COWL knitting pattern
- See the knitting pattern for Lykke Sweater by Little Church Knits in Interweave Knits Winter 2017
Matching Bi-Color Mitts and Slouchy Hat
The vertical stripe colorwork in this set is knit with NO stranding or slipping any stitches. Mitts pattern has an option for full mittens. Hat can be knit flat or in the round. Great with multi-color yarn. Designed by Terry Morris
Montgomery Scarf and Mitts Set
Rows of garter stitch eyelets give a simple touch of style to this matching set of scarf and fingerless mitts. The scarf is rated very easy by Ravelrers and the designer says it is suitable for beginners. The mitts are also rated as easy but are knit in the round Designed by Megan Goodacre
Bernat Cable Hat, Mittens, Scarf and Socks
This ultimate cabled set includes matching hat, scarf, gloves, and socks.. Designed by Bernat Design Studio
Idyll Hat and Cowl Set
Flowing lace pattern on matching beanie hat and buttoned neckwarmer. Designed by Universal Yarn Design Team. Quick knit in bulky yarn.
Prisma Infinite Scarf Cowl and Mitts
Garter stitch stripes combined with gradient yarn create a colorful cowl or infinite scarf with matching fingerless mitts. Designed by Cloud House Studio
Brigid Hat and Mitts Set
Matching beanie and fingerless mitts featuring Celtic cables. Cable patterns are both fully written out and charted. Designed by Rae Blackledge for Willow Yarns
Cold Weather Cables
This matching set of headband and fingerless mitts by Edie Eckman features an easy cable and the patterns are rated easy by both Red Heart and knitters on Ravelry. However, in addition to cabling, it requires the use of double pointed needles, so those new to those skills might find it a challenge. Looks great in multi-color yarn!
Hopscotch Headband and Mitts
This retro styled headband is knitted flat, seamed, and finished with an additional piece for the tie. The mitts are also knit flat and seamed. The textured fabric is created using only knit and purl stitches, and it’s ideal for a beginner knitter according to the designer Jo Hazell-Watkins. These are 2 of the patterns included in a free ebook, 6 one ball projects from Rooster Yarns.
Cariad Cowl and Mitts
Designed by Kydel, this cowl is super easy for beginners and can be worn many different ways to match your mood or the weather.
Patterns for Purchase
Reversible Rib Stripe Hat, Cowl & Mitts
The unique combination of garter stitch and rib makes this set reversible so you have two looks in one. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by britt schmiesing
Virginia City Cloche and Cowl Set
Vernon Hat and Scarf Set
This matching reversible scarf and hat features a single reversible cable on a diagonal texture background. Designed by Amy Gunderson
- See more pics and get the knitting pattern on Interweave
- Also available in Interweave Knits, Winter 2016 Digital Edition
Quilted Lattice Hat and Mitts
Set of matching slouchy beanie and fingerless mitts with stranded colorwork. Designed by Pam Powers
Mapleton Bun Hat and Cowl Set
Matching lace messy bun ponytail hat and infinity scarf cowl.
Treviso Men’s Hat and Scarf Set
Mixed texture stitches in a timeless color combination make a hat and scarf perfect for men.
Pysanky Cowl and Mittens Set
Colorful accessories inspired by the tradition of Eastern European pysanky (Easter eggs)
City Mouse Hat and Cowl
One skein of DK yarn makes both hat and cowl in this set. Herringbone and knit stitches create a striking texture contrast in this set, and the loose knit of the hat body makes it the perfect hat shape for many heads.
Rosie Accessory Set
Despite its appearance, this matching set with neck warmer, wristers and beanie is knitted with only 2 strands of yarn: a solid main solid color and a contrast variegated color, in a pretty rose/heart fair isle pattern, plus a simple picot edging for a feminine touch on the neck warmer and wristers.
Tradition Meets Modern Slouch Hat & Mitts
Striking striped set with colorwork cuff. One of the 30+ cozy knitting projects in Creative Knitting Winter 2015 digital download.
Stockholm Hat and Scarf Set
Chain Links Hat and Cowl Set
Slipstitch patterns make this colorwork easy. Three skeins of yarn is enough for the small hat, the medium hat, and the cowl if you change up the main colors.
Lovikka Hat, Scarf, Mittens Set
This pattern set is quick knit in super bulky yarn and was inspired by Lena Skvagerson’s childhood in Sweden.
5 Matching Hat and Neckwear Sets
5 colorful scarves with matching hats are included in Stylish Knits You’ll Love by Melissa Leapman. Available as Digital Download or Paperback.
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!