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Harry Potter Knitting Patterns

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In this post, you will see a collection of Harry Potter knitting patterns.

If like me you absolutely love the Harry Potter movies, you have probably noticed the knitted pieces that the main characters wear.

Mrs. Weasley is an avid knitter – making sweaters for her family and gives a personalized sweater to Harry one Christmas.

This is super special, as not only is it a handmade gift but the first meaningful Christmas gift Harry has ever received.

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Image + Pattern from Patty @ My Handmade Lifestyle

Knits Worn By The Characters

The other characters including Hermione are seen wearing knitted hats, gloves, and scarves and Neville Longbottom wore a very intricate knit cardigan in the last two movies.

Throughout the movies, you see the knit school scarves in the Hogwarts house colors regularly being worn by the Hogwarts students, especially during Quidditch games.

The patterns in this roundup are mostly easy for beginners, with some intermediate choices too.

The Harry Potter knitting patterns below have been chosen with variety in mind, from a knitted scarf and sorting hat to the golden snitch, there is something for everyone.

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Harry Potter Knitting Patterns

Find the perfect knitting pattern and get those needles out, this type of project will see you through Harry Potter movie marathons throughout the fall/winter and keep you cozy once finished.

Through your own knitting magic, you can grab your yarn and create something related to the wizarding world, including the colors for Slytherin, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, and of course Gryffindor.

The collection below includes simple patterns as well as more complex projects.

You will have noticed lots of knitwear throughout the Harry Potter series including school scarves (Hogwarts scarves), sweaters, hats, and more.

Take a look at this roundup of Harry Potter knits and get some ideas >

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1. Golden Snitch Knitting Pattern

The golden snitch by Kathy Lewinski is a great pattern that gives you easy-to-follow instructions.


2. Neville Longbottom Sweater Pattern

Neville Longbottom’s sweater pattern by Joannie Newsome is available as a free Ravelry download.


3. Weasley Knitted Dog Sweater Pattern

This Weasley-inspired dog sweater is an easy pattern to follow.

Inspired by the homemade sweaters given by Molly Weasley at Christmas time, this design was made using Ron’s colors.

The sweaters usually vary in color and have the recipient’s first initial on the front.

Ron complains that his sweater is always maroon >

“Mum sends us a jumper every Christmas. And mine’s always maroon.”

— Ron Weasley

This dog sweater was made for my dog Jason, he has the Weasley coloring and suits maroon very well – as you can see his initial has been added to the back of the sweater.

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4. Hermione’s Scarf Pattern

Hermione’s scarf pattern by Freshisle Fibers is available as a free Ravelry download.


5. The Sorting Hat Pattern

The sorting hat knitting pattern by Diane Scott is available as a free Ravelry download.


Are you a Harry Potter fan?

These knits would make the perfect gift for a true fan of the series.

There is an official Harry Potter Knitting Pattern Book by Tanis Gray that is a must-have for any muggle with gorgeous full-color photography, clever creations, a variety of techniques, and of course iconic costume pieces.

There is also a range of projects for knitters of all skill levels.

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2 Comments

  1. Hello,
    I am attending a Harry Potter Camping event and would love to make the house cup koozies, but I can’t find the pattern. Can you help? Many thanks!!!!

    1. Hello Lisa,
      This post was written a few years ago and from my search, it doesn’t look like that pattern is available anymore from PattyMac.
      Sorry about that!
      Louise