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Published on June 30th, 2015 | by Angie


Top 5 4th of July knitting patterns

It’s that time of year again –  the summer is hot, the skies are clear, the barbecue is sizzling, and the knitting needles are clicking away. Check out our top 5 Independence Day knitting patterns, bound to keep the patriotism flowing throughout the year! 

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1. Three Cheers! A Flag hat! by Cynthia Spencer 

Top 5 4th of July knitting patterns: baby flag hat by Cynthia Spencer. Download at LoveKnitting!


This adorable patriotic hat is designed to fit newborns to adults, using any yarn that knits up with 5 – 5.5 stitches per inch. This hat is made using the Fair Isle stranded knitting method to achieve the design; it is knitted in the round on circular needles or DPNs. We love Drops Cotton Light for a light summery hat, and Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino for a snuggly year-round hat.

2. American Flag blanket by Vanessa Cayton

Top 5 4th of July knitting patterns: American flag blanket by Vanessa Cayton


It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a garter stitch flag blanket! Knit in one piece using chunky, bulky weight yarn, this blanket is a snap to knit. It would make a great picnic blanket, sofa throw, or Christmas present. Knit it with Stylecraft Special Chunky for a low maintenance knit that you can machine wash and tumble dry. We recommend shades Lipstick (1246), White (1001), and Denim (1302), as seen here.

Top 5 4th of July knitting patterns - Stylecraft Special Chunky yarn


3. Independence shawl by Alyssa

Top 5 4th of July knitting patterns: Independence shawl by Alyssa. Download at LoveKnitting!


This versatile accessory can be worn as a poncho, a scarf, or a shawl. It’s perfect for warm summer knights; this shawl can last you from Memorial Day to Veteran’s Day and everything in between. It’s knit on size 11 (8 mm) needles and measures 15 x 25 inches when finished. We love Rowan Siena, a 100% cotton fingering weight yarn – check out Mariner (672), White (651), and  Chili (666), as seen here.

Rowan Siena yarns for the top 5 4th of July knitting patterns


4. USA jacket tea cozy by EasyPatterns

Top 5 4th of July knitting patterns: USA tea cozy by Easy Patterns. Download at LoveKnitting!


This friendly tea cozy looks like it was inspired by the infamous Ralph Lauren olympian jackets from the last winter Olympic games! It will fit any standard 2 cup teapot, and this pattern is knitted in the round on circular needles or DPNs. This teapot is knitted up in any DK weight yarn, like Sirdar Country Style, a machine washable wool blend that can be tumble dried.

5. American flag inifinity scarf by Vanessa Cayton

Top 5 4th of July knitting patterns: infinity scarf by Vanessa Cayton


We love this garter stitch infinity scarf – it’s perfect for any season. It is knitted flat and seamed up; the stars are created using a stranded knitting technique that is charted in the pattern. This pattern features Debbie Bliss Rialto Chunky, a 100% merino wool yarn that’s smooth and soft.

To purchase the designs featured here: click on the image of the design you wish to purchase; this will take you to the page where you can add the pattern to your basket. You can then continue shopping or check out using the normal checkout process. Happy knitting!

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3 Responses to Top 5 4th of July knitting patterns

  1. Myriam says:

    I’d love to see a “warm summer knight” wearing the independence shawl, even though it might be better if he lended it to the “cold winter knight”, to warm him up.

  2. Dao says:

    Can I buy the pattern as PDF. file instead of shipping the book to me?

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