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Your 15 Most Popular Knitting Patterns in October 2020

Your 15 Most Popular Knitting Patterns in October 2020

Let’s Knit Together is your ultimate knitting paradise, and you’re absolutely loving all the patterns we have to offer in the UK’s friendliest knitting community. To help inspire you some more this October, we want to share some of this month’s most popular patterns with you, which ones will you be adding next to your list? From a spooky Halloween wreath to tons of gift ideas for Christmas and beyond, you’ll never be stuck for inspiration.

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Knitted Elf
Bernard might look like a rather detailed knit, but he is in fact quite straightforward, being predominantly knitted in stocking stitch.

Halloween Wreath
From the sweet little witch in the centre – complete with a pumpkin and her customary black cat – to the bandaged mummy and spooky spiders, there’s plenty to keep you busy in the run-up to the 31st. 

Easy Bobble Hats
Everyone needs a woolly hat in the winter and now there’s no excuse not to have one. We’ve got a classic pattern that’s simple to make and comes in sizes to fit children, women and men. Choose from a striped or plain version, both of which are easy enough for beginners.

Knitted Pumpkins
While each pumpkin requires basic shaping, the realistic segments are each created with a single tight thread, and topped with a green i-cord stalk.

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Patchwork Bear

At over 20cm tall, Sherbet is just the right size for children to hug. While the patchwork effect looks complicated, it involves only simple intarsia colourwork.

Christmas Jumper Decorations
It’s hard to resist tiny versions of your favourite things, and these mini Christmas jumper decorations are such cuties. Why not create some to help raise money for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day?

Easy Doll’s Clothes

Your doll is all set for the new season with her fab knitted wardrobe, designed by Susie Johns. There’s a dress, jacket and matching socks, we love the bright pink and yellow combo!

Christmas Jumpers Download Pack

Download our brilliant festive knits for adults and children. There are nine motifs to choose from!

Socks On Two Needles

We know some of you find double-pointed needles tricky to use, but we don’t want you to miss out on the joys of knitted socks. With that in mind, we’re delighted to bring you this fab pair, knitted flat on two straight needles. There are a classic ribbed cuff and some lovely Fair Isle patterning on the leg, before working a two-needle take on the traditional heel flap method.


Made up using tangy shades and just four basic stitches, Janine Holmes’ critter is a brilliant project for getting to grips with colour changes and perfecting your technique.

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Baby Fox Booties
These little shoes are perfect for newborns. Not only will their tiny toes stay warm, but they’ll also be the envy of playgroup too!

Sparkly Santa Toy

Use small amounts of DK yarn combined with a textured or sparkly effect to create our plump and jolly Santa toy!

Knitted Fish

We love the rustic charm achieved with the variegated tweedy yarn and there are three designs to choose from, giving you the opportunity to expand your knitty repertoire.

Cute Dinosaur Toys

Both dinosaurs are relatively simple to make with basic increases and decreases used to create the body and legs. For the neck frill on Polly the Triceratops, you will be turning the work partway through the row to create each section so read this part of the pattern carefully before you begin.

Knitted Guinea Pigs

The colour patches are worked using the intarsia technique which requires smaller bobbins of yarn for each colour section on the row. You could get really creative with the markings and make a whole group of guinea pigs!

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