Your knitting community is waiting to meet you

Join Let’s Knit Together and access a world of fantastic benefits.

Get your first month for just £1

Want access to over 3000+
knitting patterns?

Bridal Wedding Garter Knitting Pattern Knitting Pattern

Bridal Wedding Garter Knitting Pattern

  • Difficulty


  • Yarn Type

    Yarn Type

    4 ply / Fingering / Sock / Sport

  • designer


    Wendy Freebourne

  • Needle Size

    Needle Size

    US 2.5 / 3.0mm

  • Needle Type

    Needle Type


  • Techniques



Download pattern

What you need to know

Create a unique and personalised accessory for a special day thanks to Wendy Freebourne’s easy garter pattern

A woman's wedding is often thought of as the biggest day of her life – and her carefully picked bridal attire is a huge part of that. Why not treat the bride-to-be (or yourself!) to this cute little lacy garter designed by Wendy Freebourne, as a cheeky message of good luck and a wedding favour to remember.

What do I need?

Yarn: 4ply, shade Ivory, one 50g ball
Needles: 3mm
Strong shirring elastic, 1m
Ribbon, blue satin, 5mm wide x 1m


5cm wide x 43cm long (or desired length)

Top knit tip

This project doesn't really have a right side and a wrong side – both look equally attractive. It's up to you which one you reveal!

Meet the designer

Wendy Freebourne is just one of our talented Let's Knit Together designers. To ">see more of Wendy's patterns, visit here. If you enjoyed making this pattern, we think you'll love knitting this ">floral cushion next.

How to access this pattern

This pattern is available to Let’s Knit Together Members. Memberships start from as little as £4.99 a month (when paid annually) and you will gain access not only to this pattern, but 3,000+ more knitting and crochet patterns to keep you inspired and casting on all year round. Join our friendly community of knitters and crochet enthusiasts today.

Don't forget to save your PDFs to your computer or tablet device as soon as it has been downloaded.

Watch to learn

Brush up on the skills needed for this pattern with this tutorial.

Techniques: Lace

Join our fantastic Instagram followers!

Follow @LetsKnitMag on Instagram and never miss out of the fun

Follow Let's Knit

Meet our crafts family