Thirty Accessories to Warm Your Winter

Get set for winter with thirty knit and crochet accessories! There is a free accessory pattern for everyone: men, women, children, pets — even dolls! Which pattern are you going to make first?

Three Crosses CowlThree Crosses Cowl Long Boot WarmersLong Boot Warmers Easy Gift CowlEasy Gift Cowl
City Sophisticate HatCity Sophisticate Hat Urban CowlUrban Cowl Shine On ScarfShine On Scarf
Star Gaze CowlStar Gaze Cowl Streetwise Brim HatStreetwise Brim Hat Cool Kid Earflap HatCool Kid Earflap Hat
Warm Ribbed Boot CuffsWarm Ribbed Boot Cuffs Compassion ScarfCompassion Scarf Sock Monkey and Baby HatSock Monkey and Baby Hat
Button-Up Baby Cocoon & HatButton-Up Baby Cocoon & Hat My Team Forever ScarfMy Team Forever Scarf His Skull HatHis Skull Hat
Out of This World CowlOut of This World Cowl Team Cheers Earflap HatTeam Cheers Earflap Hat Blissful Ear WarmerBlissful Ear Warmer
Slouchy BeanieSlouchy Beanie Cable Your ScarfCable Your Scarf Double Chevron BeanieDouble Chevron Beanie
Gender Neutral ScarfGender Neutral Scarf Wavy Long WristersWavy Long Wristers Mom and Me SlippersMom and Me Slippers
Flashy Dog Sweater & LeashFlashy Dog Sweater and Leash Little Lindy’s Aviator HatLittle Lindy's Aviator Hat Panda Baby HatPanda Baby Hat
Cabled Toddler HatCabled  Toddler Hat Doll-Sized Cowl and BeanieDoll-Sized Cowl and Beanie Little Sophisticate CowlLittle Sophisticate Cowl

13 thoughts on “Thirty Accessories to Warm Your Winter

  1. Justine

    So many beautiful and/or cute patterns. I have already started making items for next Christmas, and some of these patterns will be included.

    Thank you for the patterns.

  2. E.C.

    There’s a lot of great patterns here from classy to just plain fun.
    Thanks for sharing them for us to make & enjoy.

  3. Debra Kay

    Thank You Red Heart for the lovely designs! Red Heart has always been my favorite yarn!

  4. Jo Bollen

    Always love the patterns you have for children and adults that can be made up quickly. Our church family donates to families for the holidays. Always try to have a couple ready to give. Thank you for making this an easy and enjoyable task. The little sophisticate cowl is a perfect addition to my cache.

  5. Monica

    I like these groups of patterns, but it would be really nice if they at least said which are crochet and which are knit. It’s a little annoying to go through each to find out.

  6. Terri

    I’m disabled (currently), at home most of the time. I check your site often. I’ve already made three (3) of the patterns shown. I’ve had a lot of fun changing up the yarns suggested for a pattern. Makes for some very unique looks. Thank you for giving me something useful to do, keeps my sanity in check. :)

  7. Vicky

    I love the patterns. I’ve enjoyed looking through the free patterns and making many of the items. Love all the different yarn too

  8. Lucy Beck

    Having bought RedHeart yarn for projects in the past, I appreciate patterns that are designed for the recommended yarns. It takes some of the guessing out of trying a new project.

  9. Mary Lynn

    Wonderful group of patterns. I have downloaded a few I like and will buy yarns suggested here on this website as I find them hard to find in local stores. Thanks Red Heart

  10. terry johnston

    Does anyone out there have any patterns for Barbie clothes? My sister and i purchase toys to donate. When we get Barbies or any dolls I always make a blanket to go with it but would love to add a couple of outfits too. Thanks Terry

    • Anonymous

      Hi there. I may have a pattern book for some barbie and ken clothes. I have been downsizing before we move to new house and have gotten rid of quite a few books, but think I still have this one. Will let you know if I find it.

  11. Janie Crosby

    Love many of the great patterns and yarns by Red Heart. I have knitted and crocheted since I was a child, and have been a serious knitter for the last 10 years. I love Red Heart’s classic toboggan hat pattern. It gives directions for 4-5 different weights of yarn. I knit many hats for different charities and this is my “go-to” pattern.

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