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Published on April 14th, 2016 | by Liza

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7 Mother’s Day knitting patterns

Mothers Day is just around the corner, and there’s no time like the present to make something lovely for mom on her special day. We’ve collected a handful of beautiful patterns to make her feel special.

Mothers Day knitting patterns: Wrap and Tie Headband by Jenise Reid, download on LoveKnittingClick photo to purchase pattern.

Wrap and Turn Headband by Jenise Reid is a simple and cute headband to make for mom. Use a soft, luxurious yarn like Malabrigo Sock to give this a special feeling.

Mothers Day knitting patterns: Feather In Your Hair by Jenise Reid, download on LoveKnittingClick photo to purchase pattern.

For something with a bit more detail, Feather in Your Hair by Jenise Reid is a pretty option. Debbie Bliss Rialto Lace will make for a nice soft, woolly accessory.

Mothers Day knitting patterns: Proserpine by Karie Westermann, download on LoveKnittingClick photo to purchase pattern.

Proserpine by Karie Westermann is a gorgeous shawl that mom will love, worked mostly in stockinette stitch with stripes of lace. Fyberspates Vivacious 4 Ply will look nice in the stockinette sections without distracting from the lace.

Mothers Day knitting patterns: Chandelier Fingerless Gloved by Katherine Vaughan, download on LoveKnittingClick photo to purchase pattern.

The Chandelier fingerless gloves by Katherine Vaughan are a delicate, sweet gift your mother will love to wear on any occasion. Knit One Crochet Too Crock-O-Dye is a lovely choice to add depth with subtle variegation.

Mothers Day knitting patterns: Second Chances by Carina Spencer, download on LoveKnittingClick photo to purchase pattern.

Second Choices by Carina Spencer is a lovely lacy hat to make for mom. Knit it in either Malabrigo Worsted or Madelinetosh Pashmina depending on desired gauge.

Mothers Day knitting patterns: Leave it to Me by Louise Zass-Bangham, download on LoveKnittingClick photo to purchase pattern.

If you want to try some beadwork, Leave it to Me by Louise Zass-Bangham is a subtle and beautiful choice. Use Fyberspates Vivacious 4 Ply with coordinating beads to add subtle sparkle to your mom’s day.

Mothers Day knitting patterns: Deco by Sivia Harding, download on LoveKnitting

Maybe mom would like to receive some jewelry on her special day. You could knit her this Deco pattern by Sivia Harding. It’s a great way to use up a small amount of yarn, and short row shaping with beads adds some shimmer.

What gifts are you knitting for Mothers Day? Tell us in the comments!

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About the Author

Liza is a New York-based writer and photographer who is working on a Ph.D in Information Studies. She gets her best knitting done on the subway, and likes dogs more than people. She posts about knitting and yarn on her blog, Knitblr, as well.


Last updated: June 18th, 2016.

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