For all of you who love Game of Thrones and knitting...why not put those two passions together and make something special!
I have been finding it hard lately to make time for my knitting, so now that Autumn is here, hopefully, I will be able to devote more time to my favourite pastime.
I can't wait for the new series of GoT and I'm dying to see how it will end.
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If you are new to knitting and want to learn how to knit there are many easy and free patterns on my website, just take a look at my knitting pattern library, with patterns for women, men, baby, kids, pets and the home.
There are also many great oversized sweater knitting patterns - take a look at this post and find something you can make for fall.
There are also many scarf knitting patterns that are perfect for fall and winter.
Find the perfect knitting pattern and get those needles out, this type of project will see you through Netflix marathons throughout the fall and keep you cosy once finished.
Inspired by some of the characters from the TV show, this selection of knitting patterns has something for everyone!
Here are the Game of Thrones knitting patterns that (Casterly) rock >
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1. Winterfell Cowl Pattern
This wonderful Winterfell cowl by Fancy Tiger Crafts is a must have for anyone who has yet to get cozy for the Autumn/Winter weather.
A great free pattern available on Ravelry, this is a super project. I think the dog in that picture would look good wearing one too!
2. Winter Is Coming Scarf Pattern
A Winter is coming scarf by Julie Chen that has some well fancy intarsia!
If you like a challenge, then this pattern is for you!
3. Water Dance Cowl Pattern
Arya's water dance cowl by Kristen Ashbaugh - Helmreich is a great Autumn/Winter warmer, perfect for those days that are filled with crisp air and brisk walks!
4. Melisandre Socks Pattern
These Melisandre knitted socks by Purrlscent are a fantastic make, in red (of course) and intricate in their design.
A fantastic pattern that will keep you intrigued!
5. Direwolf Mittens Pattern
These Direwolf mittens by Carly Hill are just what you need for those cold winters up north on the wall!
They will keep your fingers nice and toasty when you are working your shift for the Night's watch!
I hope you have found a new knitting project to keep you entertained, while waiting for the next season of Game of Thrones!