Monday, January 5, 2015

Free Twilight Knitting Patterns

I don't know too much about the Twilight series, but I do know that the movies feature some fabulous knitwear. Given that Twilight fans are as fanatic as Harry Potter fans, I expected to come across an explosion of Twilight Knitting Patterns based on the accessories worn in the movies.
I searched the web for designers who reverse-designed knit items shown in the Twilight movies and who have offered these Twilight knitting patterns for free. I hope that you can find the Twilight inspired knits that you're looking for!
Many of these free knitting patterns are avilable at Ravelry, but you will need to create a free account to access them.

Free Bella Swan Twilight Knitting Patterns

All of these knitting patterns are based on items worn in the Twilight movies by Bella Swan
  • Bella's Green Striped Knit Hat from Twilight Eclipse
    "knit pattern inspired by the hat worn by Bella when being carried by Jacob in the Twilight Eclipse movie." - Nancy Fry (designer) Pattern is available for free Ravelry download. You just need to create a free pattern
  • Bella's Cable Scarf
    Simple, two large bear claw cables running down the length
  • Bella's Hat
    I'm not sure which movie this is from, but it is a fitted hat with a large bear-claw like cables
  • Bella's Fingerless gloves
    Should make a fast knit! Pattern is available for free Ravelry download. You just need to create a free pattern
  • Bella's Hat from Eclipse
    "This hat was inspired by the hat that Bella wears in Eclipse." - Sarah Franklin (designer) Pattern is available for free at Ravelry You just need to create a free pattern
  • Bella's Mittens
    "Inspired by mittens worn by Kristen Stewart as Bella in the movies "Twilight" and "New Moon"." - Marielle Henault (designer) These are the same mittens shown in Phenomenon, and the pattern has been translated into French, Italian and Norwegian.
  • Bella's Mittens
    Another version of the Bella's cabled mittens
  • Bella's New Moon Vest
    This is a beautiful, Fair Isle like vest.
  • Phenomenon
    "This pattern was inspired by the mittens Bella wears in the movie Twilight, in the car accident scene." - Carine Ancel (designer) Pattern is available for free Ravelry download. You just need to create a free pattern
  • Twilight Bella Swan's Baseball Scarf
    "Just nine (9) rectangles and two (2) triangles and a little geometry make up this fun scarf inspired by the one that Bella wears during the baseball game in the movie Twilight." - Designer Nancy Fry Pattern is available for free Ravelry download. Y
  • Twilight Bella's La Push knit hat
    Another hat worn by Bella SwanPattern is available for free Ravelry download. You just need to create a free pattern
  • Twilight New Moon Eclipse Bella Green Hood Cardigan
    A buttoned hooded cardigan. Pattern is available for free at Ravelry You just need to create a free pattern
  • Twilight Chunky Bella Mittens, Knitted Flat.
    More Bella Mittens (that are knitted flat) Pattern is available for free at Ravelry You just need to create a free pattern

Free Twilight Knitting Patterns: Alice, Angela and Rosalie Knitwear

Free Knitting Patterns based on other women in the Twilight Movies.
  • Alice's Mitts
    "Based on the fingerless mitts Alice Cullen wears in The Twilight Saga: New Moon movie." - Emily Nimz (designer) Pattern is available for free Ravelry download. You just need to create a free pattern
  • Alice's New Moon Mitts
    Another version of these mitts
  • HeartFail
    Designed after a hat Ashley Green (who plays Alice Cullen) wore in paparazzi photos. Pattern is available for free Ravelry download. You just need to create a free pattern
  • New Moon Angela Weber's Arm Warmers
    "This is my replica of the Arm Warmers worn by Angela Weber when she is snapping photos in New Moon." - Nancy Fry (designer) Pattern is available for free at Ravelry You just need to create a free pattern
  • Rosalie Movie Beret
    A slouchy simple hat. Pattern is available for free at Ravelry You just need to create a free pattern
  • Rosalie's Hat
    Slouchy, ribbed and delicate looking. Pattern is available for free Ravelry download. You just need to create a free pattern
  • Twilight Alice Cullens Fieldtrip Scarf
    "This is my knit design to replicate the scarf worn by Alice Cullen in the Twilight movie." - Nancy Fry (designer) Pattern is available for free at Ravelry You just need to create a free pattern
  • Twilight Angela Weber's La Push Hat (2 versions)
    Designer Nancy Fry couldn't decide which version was closest to Angela Weber's hat, so she gives you two options. Pattern is available for free Ravelry download. You just need to create a free pattern
  • Twilight Rosalie Hale's Lunchtime Scarf
    "This scarf was inspired by the one worn by Rosalie Hale in the movie Twilight." - Nancy Fry (designer) Pattern is available for free at Ravelry You just need to create a free pattern
  • Twilight Rosalie Hale's School Hat
    Slouchy and ribbed. Pattern is available for free Ravelry download. You just need to create a free pattern

The Men's and Misc Free Twilight Knitting Patterns - Dress Your Men!

Some of these are knitting patterns based on items worn in the Twilight movies, others are loosely based on the Twilight series itself.
  • Jacob's Twilight Beanie Pattern
    This one is not ribbed all the way to the top like some of the others you'll find. Pattern is available for free at Ravelry You just need to create a free pattern
  • Emmett Cullen Vest
    A simple, ribbed grey men's Vest Pattern is available for free at Ravelry You just need to create a free pattern

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This pattern search was previously published on Sqiudoo, however with the migration of Sqiudoo to Hubpages at the end of 2014 some of the pattern searches don't work for Hubpages's model.  I have reposted the former lens/hub here.  All the research finding the free knitting patterns is my own and I wrote all of the descriptions of the patterns unless otherwise noted.  Please let me know if any of the links are broken, I am working on migrating multiple pattern searches over here at once.  

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