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Published on January 7th, 2018 | by Mara


5 Free Patterns to Get You Through Blue Monday!

Are you or your friends feeling a little under the weather lately? There might be a scientific reason why people are feeling at the moment – “Blue Monday” is coming up!

Both the name and date come from a travel company called “Sky Travel” and first made their appearance in 2005. Blue Monday is the third Monday in January (this year it’s the 15th) and is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year!

How can they be sure of that you may ask? Well, there are two equations that they take into account several factors including time since Christmas, personal debt, weather, failing New Year’s Resolutions, and time spent sleeping.

To be fair, the whole thing is probably less than accurate and not exactly scientifically sound, but it’s true that by the end of January, we might feel the Christmas and New Year cheer fade. But don’t worry! A little bit of crafting can get you back on track in no time – after all, knitting has been proven to be good for the body and soul!

Check out our free Blue Monday knitting patterns to get over your Winter Blues! And don’t worry, only 5 more months until the happiest day of the year in June!

Scarf in Blue Sky Fibers Techno

Favorite Blue/White Blanket in Bernat Softee Baby Solids

knitted baby blanket

Snowflakes at Night Hat

knitted hat

Niagara River Socks

knitted sock

Cryin’ Icicles

knitted cowl

What’s your favorite method to battle Winter Blues?

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loves autumn, drinking unreasonable amounts of coffee and everything creative! So naturally - knitting and crocheting were the perfect fit!

Last updated: December 20th, 2017.

12 Responses to 5 Free Patterns to Get You Through Blue Monday!

  1. del says:

    I love winter.

    If it is cold and wet, you can stay indoors snuggled with knitting or crocheting, if it dry, you can layer up and get some jobs done in the garden or go for long walks in the woods.

    Today I have woken to frost, very pretty.

  2. dinky knits says:

    Winter isn’t so bad , it gives me a chance to do some charitable knitting. Just completed a basket of 50+ premie baby hats for our local hospital , next project is warm aran hats for the Seamens Mission,then the garden calls!

  3. Barbara says:

    Great patterns! Makes me wish for a snowstorm! 😀

  4. Ruth Leaders says:

    Are you kidding?! January is the best month; all the pressure of December is gone and I can go back to handcrafts. Love the scarf pattern and thanks.

  5. Denise Allaire says:

    J’aimerais bien avoir des beaux cadeaux merci bien des fois

  6. Myriam says:

    We have a little family tradition to ward off the Depressing Monday blues: we bake blondies! These are small cut cakes like brownies, but made with golden sugar and butterscotch bits instead of chocolate. It’s a decadent way to fight the blues, and it works every time.

  7. Helen says:

    Somehow I don’t think this applies here in Australia, but I love the patterns, and I like to keep knitting through the summer on car trips with the air conditioning on!

  8. Gillian Aitken says:

    Thank you for sharing your patterns.😊

  9. Susan Soctomah says:

    How do I get the patterns?

  10. Carolynne Macdonald says:

    I love the patterns and put them away for our winter. Too hot here to be knitting, just swimming in Australia

  11. Tabitha says:

    Just keep knitting, knitting, knitting…just keep knitting!!

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