I’m a big Hunger Games fan — love the books and the movies! So I was really happy to see so many knitting fans and created patterns based on the movies. Hope you enjoy them too.
Free Knitting Patterns
Patterns for Purchase
Heather Lodinsky designed this adaptation of Katniss’ cowl in Catching Fire for everyday wear. Great for layering!
- Get the free pattern
- Get Hunger Games DVDs and collectibles on ebay
- Get Hunger tshirts and gear at Cafepress
Mockingjay Knitting Chart
Designed by Ellen Hyde, this chart was used on many finished projects you can view at Ravelry, including hats, pillows, backpack, bag, socks, and more.
Catching Fire Back Pack
This project was based on the Mockingjay Chart above.
Mockingjay Slouchy Hat
MyDearAziraphale designed this hat using the chart above.
More Mockingjay Chart Knitting Projects
Tribute’s Training Beanie
Hunger Games movie inspired Tribute’s Training Beanie.
District 12 Sweater
Inspired by The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Patons designed this monochrome sweater.
District 12 Fingerless Gloves
Bethany McRae designed these wristwarmers with an arrow pattern Katniss would love. You can wear them with the arrow pointing toward the palm of your hand and knit them longer in gauntlet length.
What I love about this version of the Catching Fire cowl designed by Elderflower is that is is lighter and more adapted to everyday wear. This is posted on the Craftster forum and you have to register at the forum to download the pattern.
Knitting chart for Rue’s song by Stitch Neutral that you can add to accessories, pillows, sweaters, any knitting project.
Lollyknits was inspired by Catching Fire to design this cowl in a wonderfully textured herringbone stitch, it drapes like a dream and looks like a piece of modern armor. She reports it took her about a day to knit.
Version of the Catching Fire cowl by Karla Repperger.
Like the look of the Catching Fire poncho but want something smaller? Here’s a true cowl-sized version.
Child’s Archer Cowl
A child-sized version of the Catching Fire poncho.
The Hunter Cowl
A close adaptation of the Catching Fire cowl.
Catching Katniss Shawl
Lara Smoot designed the delicate lace edging of the shawl to represent the flames that turn into the stunning Mockingjay gown that Katniss wears.
PANEM Katniss Cowl Wrap by Dahlia in Bloom
One last interpretation of the famous cowl.
Yavanna Reynolds was inspired by the image of Katniss’ dress bursting into flames on stage as her journey to become the elusive Mockingjay to design these socks featuring a mockingjay holding an arrow.
Yavanna Reynolds designed these mitts with a bow and arrow cable pattern to inspire the archer huntress spirit in all of us.