Quick Projects for a Quick Month

February may be the shortest month, but there’s still a lot of knitting or crochet you can squeeze in! Here are some of our favorite “quick” projects to go along with this quick month!

create_some_charm_hatNeed a hat? Grande works up fast, and that pompom is just too fun to skip out on!

LW3843 Soft Pastel Knit Hat


This Stellar hat would knit up pretty quickly too.









Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the crocheters who need hats too!



Tclassic_chunky_cowlhere’s no hiding that we love Grande yarn around here, and we also love this cozy crochet cowl!

LW4498 Star Gaze Cowl



New to the yarn collection, Twilight is a super-bulky yarn that knits up quickly into this infinity scarf.










If you’re looking to get really cozy this winter, this chunky throw will help! Crocheted with 4 strands of Super Saver, it works up quicker than most throws!









And remember, it is ok get a little silly with your yarn, maybe one of these fun projects will tickle your imagination!

18 thoughts on “Quick Projects for a Quick Month

  1. Patti

    The crochet pattern, hat with the rolled up brim, I get an error.

  2. jan hunter

    Is there a way to only get knitting patterns as I haven’t mastered crocheting?

    • redheart Post author

      Hi Jan, Thanks for your question! You can get only knitting patterns by going to our Free Patterns (http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns) page and selecting “knitting” under the View by Pattern Type option. Unfortunately, there is not a way on our social media platforms or blogs to get only knitting patterns. Social media and our blog will be a mix of crochet and knitting patterns.

      For additional questions, please contact Customer Service at http://www.redheart.com/ContactUs for assistance.

  3. Niki

    Even though I don’t knit (yet) I like to save some of the easier knitting patterns for when I am ready to tackle knitting.

  4. Debbie Carson

    I love the mustache mug hug!
    I’ve downloaded it and will make it
    for a good friend of mine!
    Thank you!

  5. celine

    I enjoy using your yarn and your site. But, since I am Canadian I don’t get the same perks as an American. Why? By the time I pay the extra shipping fees and the exchange rate, everything becomes too expensive. I will be unscribing you from my mailing list. Thank You Celine

    • Anonymous

      Dear Celine,
      You don’t have to unsubscribe. All you need to do is use yarn that you can find in Canada. The patterns are free.

  6. Val

    Is there a way to knit the cowls on straight needles rather than circular?

    • redheart Post author

      Hi Val, Thanks for your question! Which cowls are you talking about? The Classic Chunky Cowl is crocheted, and the Star Gaze Cowl is already knit on straight needles.

      In general, however, it is possible to knit cowls on straight needles. If the cowl is knit back-and-forth in rows, you will just need straight needles that are long enough to hold the entire row. If the cowl is knit in the round, however, you will have to change the pattern to make it come out correctly.

  7. Kathleen Meyer

    Now that I have grandchildren I have been using quit a few of you free patterns. Some times the yarn has been discontinued and I do not know where to go to find a good substitute. Is there some way we can get this information? Thank you for your time.

  8. Joan Schoeneberger

    Have i missed February feature throw of the month. I loved the January throw. Just waiting to save money to buy yarn. I’m anxious to make the throw and also to see February’s throw of the month Thank you Joan

  9. Donna

    I like your yarns, wish I get the team spirit at the store. I am on limited income and shipping charges seem high to me.
    But will continue to get the free patterns.

  10. Sandi C

    I LOVE the infinity scarf but I can not knit, do you have a patternlike tis in crochet?? (hope, hope, hope)

  11. Sheila Marquette

    Do you have a crochet pattern for the star gaze cowl with boutique twilight yarn?

    • redheart Post author

      Hi Sheila, Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we do not have a crochet version of this pattern.

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