Project Ideas

Scoreboard Cowl by Michelle Hunter (Free)
The Scoreboard Cowl is worked in the two (or three) colors of your favorite football team! 
 
Scoreboard Hat by Michelle Hunter ($4)
The perfect match to the Scoreboard cowl and a great way to use any leftover yarn. Stripe the hat to reflect the win/loss record of your favorite team.
Available in Child and Adult sizes. Sample shown in Adult size.
 
College Application Hat  by Lisa McFetridg($4)
The students have filled in all their applications, now it’s time for the knitters to apply themselves to make a hat celebrating their accomplishments - or for the students to treat themselves! What better to celebrate a birthday, holiday or graduation?
 
College Stripes Men's Knit Hat (Free)  by V. Noël
Inspired by school and college colors. Eye-catching stripes color work in an easy pattern for a basic man’s hat.
 
College Blanket (Free)  by Shayna Bright
I created this blanket during my sophomore year in college. The finished product will fit a twin xl bed. While it is openwork, it is also warm enough to keep you cozy during spring and fall.
 
Clemson College Scarf ($2.99)  by Molly Matters
 
School Spirit Bottle Cozy ($2.99)  by Molly Matters
Collegiate Dog Sweater (Free)
School Days ($6) 
From Oxford and Cambridge to Hogwarts, the school scarf has always taken on a fairly standard description: long, rectangular and striped. When my oldest daughter started junior high at a school with a uniform and school colors, a school scarf was just too obvious a knit to pass up.
https://knittymcpurly.com/collections/knitting-patterns/products/school-days
Collegiate Hat and Scarf (Hat) (Free)
 
Collegiate Hat ($5)  by Lisa Ellis
What better way to show off school spirit than with a hat! Believe it or not, this hat is nothing more than continual stripes throughout. Just four rounds of cables turn this striped hat into something spectacular.
 
School Colors Hoodie ($9)  by Pixiepurls
You’ve got spirit; yes you do! Show it off in this top down raglan cardigan, with instructions for both the color-block and striped versions.
 
School-Spirit Scarf by Cynthia Spencer ($2)
 
Paws of Pride by Cynthia Spencer ($5)
…Well, that is, if your school has a mascot with a paw print! (If it doesn’t, just make stripes and omit the paws.
 
School Spirit Hat by Rebecca Quattrin (Free)
 
School Time Cowl by Isabeau Knits (Free)
 
School Spirit Scarf by Carole Schumann ($5)
Let your favorite student or alumni proudly display their school colors with our Berry Meadow Farm School Spirit Scarf. Choose your school colors, add the classic bands of white and black (or other colors of your choice) and there will be no doubt as to which team they are rooting for!
 
School Spirit Mittens by Julie Turjoman ($5)
 
School Daze by Kelly Menzies ( £4.00 GBP)
A lovely old school style pom pom hat with cabling. This is knit with the main cable section first, adding the ribbing band after, giving a lovely purl bump around the top of the band.
Perfect for cold days, winter moments and skiing trips!
 
School Spirit Hat by Darlene Woodman (Free)
A fun hat to make in school colors. Pattern is written for a teen/adult size. Decrease in multiples of two to adjust size for smaller heads.
 
School Sweater - 18" Dolls ($3.99)

Wizard School Inspired - Knit this Sweater for your 45cm (18’) Soft body girl doll:

  • 2 Options for the back - open or closed
  • Sweater and sleeveless sweater vest included
  • Scarf pattern included
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/school-sweater---18-dolls
  
School Spirit Scarf by Beverly Bochenek ($4)
This pattern assumes you know to cast on and off, knit and purl and also can form a slip knot. Carry yarn between changes When changing colors, don’t cut the yarn; instead bring the active yarn underneath the idle yarn when knitting at the end of the row, 
MG's School Colors Hat and Scarf by Margaret Schroeder (free)
 
Faux School Spirit Headband by Angela J Baker ($5)
 
Paw Print Double Knit Headband ($5) by Angela J Baker
The pattern was created to show off your school spirit!!!! Many schools have animals for their mascots and use paw prints for spirit items. This double knit headband uses two different school colors so that the headband can be reversed depending on what color you want to show off. The double knit headband is warm and will keep your ears warm for any outdoor event.
 
School Spirit Headband ($5) by Angela J Baker
 
Zportz by Susanna IC (Free)
Show support for your favorite team by knitting their colors into a fun hat. The color pattern is very easy and quick to knit even for a knitter new to stranded color work and it will look great in any color combination. For example, grays and browns will produce a very masculine hat while pinks and purples will fit right into any little girl’s wardrobe. Choose your colors, cast on and in no time you will have a hat for yourself or a great gift for your favorite sports fan.
Go team!!!
 
NCAA March Madness Cowl by Treehouse Knits ($1.99)
 
Game Day Scarf (Free) by  Lori Kaake
Game Day is a garter stitch, asymmetric triangle scarf using your team’s colors. It was born of my love of college football.
 
Game Day Letter Hat (Free)
  
Mismatched Team Spirit (free)
 
Game Day Slouchy Hat ($5) by Cyndi Marshall
 
Team Spirit Hat (free) by Patricia Jared
 
Team Spirit Slipper Socks (free) by The Chilly Dog
Many guys would appreciate a pair of these slipper socks if you made them in his favorite professional, college or high school sports team’s colors.
House Scarf by The Chilly Dog (free)
My daughter grew up with Harry Potter. She read the books, watched the movies and even got me hooked on the franchise. So it was no surprise this year, when she asked me to knit her a Gryffindor scarf for Christmas. (Especially since her new school colors are maroon and gold.)
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/house-scarf

 

Team Spirit Afghan($2.99) by Wendy Prager Goeckner

Basketweave Mini Messenger Bag by Marie Segares - Crochet Free

Tunisian knit and purl stitches combine to create a mini messenger bag with a great texture. Choose a wool yarn and make the larger version if you plan to felt the bag.https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/basketweave-mini-messenger-bag

Becoming Scarf by Marie Segares - crochet, $2.5

This unisex scarf makes a great gift for any teen or adult on your handmade holiday list. The stitch pattern is simple and easy-to- remember and creates the look of ripples without decreases.  https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/becoming-scarf

Journey Shawl by Marie Segares - crochet, $2.50

Take a peaceful journey with this beginner-friendly triangular shawl, which is also lightweight enough to wear as a triangular scarf.https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/journey-shawl

On the Right Track Beanie by Marie Segares -Crochet, $2.50

This slightly slouchy beanie has a wide, textured hat band. This project was designed to meet the donation requirements for Lion Brand’s #HatNotHate initiative. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/on-the-right-track-beanie

Mitered Square Pet Blanket by Marie Segares -crochet, $2.50
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tadleys-diagonal-blanket

 

MOSS STITCH COWL by Heidi Gustad - crochet, free
https://www.handsoccupied.com/moss-stitch-cowl/

Forever Linked by Phanessa Fong

Forever Linked

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/forever-linked

A crocheted beanie that looks knitted! With many yarn weight options using the appropriate hook size (& 1 size smaller for brim), it’s the perfect beanie for any season and is great for the whole family!We have received consent of using these images from the designers.