In this post, you will see 12 one skein knitting patterns.
If you are looking to make some last-minute knitted gifts then these projects are perfect!
Using only one skein, you can whip up a hand made a knitted gift in an afternoon.
If like me you have a few random skeins in different colours hanging around in your stash, then these patterns will make good use of them.
Check your Christmas list and see who still needs a gift and get those needles out!
Perfect for a crafternoon of knitting, watching Christmas movies and drinking hot chocolate.
Knitting For Charity
Do you like to donate knitted items?
Then these knits are also great for gifting to those in need.
If you want to make hats or gloves to donate to good causes, then these patterns will also be useful.
Whether you are knitting for your local homeless shelter, refugees, local animal shelters or church collections there is something for everyone.
For more hat patterns and mittens please take a look at these posts:
- The Heracles Men’s Hat Pattern
- Snow Mountain Mittens Pattern
- The Chloe Hat Pattern
- The Alexia Hat Pattern
One Skein Gift Ideas
Plus don’t forget to bookmark this post or pin and save for later, as one skein projects can come in handy all year round, not only for Christmas.
Plus if you have been buying yarn in the sales or receive yarn for Christmas, you will need some ideas of what to make with it!
Most of the one skein knitting patterns use super bulky yarn and large needles, so you get super-fast results in a short amount of time.
One Skein Pattern Ebook
The free patterns are all listed below for you to enjoy.
The patterns are also available to purchase in an inexpensive handy PDF Ebook.
Not only is this great for you to download and print out, but easier for you to store on your tablet or laptop.
The 12 pattern ebook also includes a yarn resource guide with suggestions for yarn to use.
I love seeing your finished projects!
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