If you have already learned the basics of knitting, it is time to add some more techniques to your repertoire. One technique that you will find useful for a lot of projects is the knitting decrease.Read more
The fox can symbolise many different things. To some people, it is a symbol of wisdom and cleverness. While to others it represents sneakiness and difficulty. No matter what the fox represents to you, you must admit they are adorable. And what better way to celebrate the fox than working up a fox knitting pattern.
Below are 15 precious fox knitting patterns. We have included everything from gloves to plush dolls. We are certain there is a pattern you will want to knit.
1. Frankie the Fox Knit Pattern by KnittedZooGifts
Kids will love this cute and cuddly knitted fox. It would make a great addition to a woodland themed nursery.
The fox knitting pattern contains 9 PDF pages with 61 photos. To make this cute little plush fox, you will need basic knitting skills. The toy is knit on 2 needles. Completed, it measures 4.72 inches (12 cm) tall.
2. Fox Knitting Pattern by GraceandtheMonkey
Freddie the Fox will add a little whimsy to your decor. These small pillows are perfect for tossing on a sofa or a chair. They would also look cute on a child’s bed.
The PDF knitting pattern is easy to follow. The knitted fox head will measure approximately 6.69 inches (17 cm) tall x 5.51 inches (14 cm) wide.
3. Knitted Fox Tea Cosy Pattern by Gina Michele
Do you enjoy afternoon tea? Keep your water hot with this free fox tea cosy knitting pattern.
It is an advanced beginner fox knitting pattern. The front and back are knit separately and then joined together using double pointed needles. The tea cosy is split at the sides to allow for the handle and spout. The ears, eyes, and nose are all sewn on afterward.
4. Failynn Fox Cowl by Thevelvetacorn
This cowl will add comfort and warmth during cold weather. This cowl would make a wonderful gift for anyone who loves foxes.
This cowl pattern does require some basic crochet knowledge as well. Includes are sizes 12 to 18 months, toddler, child, and adult. It is knit using any super bulky yarn.
You can also go here to see a roundup of all sorts of fashionable knitted cowls.
5. Knitted Fox Scarf Pattern by BetweenMeAndEwe
If you enjoy using a circular knitting machine, you will love this scarf pattern. It can be made on a 40, 46, or 48 pin machine.
This is a beginner to intermediate level pattern. To complete this fox knitting pattern you will need to know cast on/off with needle and basic sewing skills.
6. Toy Pillow Bear and Fox Knit Pattern by JanuaryKnit
Here is the perfect toy pillow for children. It is soft to the touch and squishy. It could also be used on the desk of a student or office worker.
It is an easy pattern that can be completed by a beginner. It only used basic knitting techniques for making dolls. This knitting pattern includes both the bear and the fox
7. Felix the Fox Knitting Pattern from mamma4earth
Felix the Fox is handsome and cuddly. This is an enjoyable and easy knit. It would look adorable sitting on a mantle or an end table.
To make this plush knitted fox you will need 3.5 mm circular needles to make a small fox. Or 4 mm circular needles or dpns to make the larger fox.
8. Knitted Fox Slippers
Knit up a new pair of adult fox slippers with this free fox knitting pattern. These novelty slippers will become your favourite pair.
These slippers are easy to knit using worsted weight yarn. If you need to make smaller slippers, use fingering weight yarn.
9. Sly Fox Cowl Knitting Pattern by KatyTricot
Knit everyone in the family one of these trendy and charming fox hooded cowls. The cowls are worked seamlessly in one piece with aran or bulky yarn. They are fitted with fun drawstrings to keep it snug.
The beginning of the cowl is knit in the round. The hood is then worked in rows and edged with a double knit drawstring casing. The top of the hood is joined with 3-needle bind off to form the ears. Included are sizes baby, toddler/child, teen/adult, and large Adult.
10. Little Knitted Mr. Baby Fox Knitting Toy Pattern by CuteToysPatterns
Here is a fast and easy fox knitting pattern for intermediate level knitters. The fox is super cute and floppy. If you want to make the fox clothes, the artist also has patterns for these.
Mister Fox measures approximately 10 inches (25 cm) tall. It is a stitch-by-stitch knitting pattern that is made on 2 knitting needles. There are detailed pictures and instructions on how to assemble the toy (arms, legs, face).
11. Fox Ears Beanie Pattern by Patternery
This is a sweet fox beanie. It will look cute on a baby or an adult. Everyone will love this playful knitted fox hat.
Included are instructions for sizes newborn-3 months, 3-9 months, 9-18 months, 1-4 years, child, and adult. You will need to know how to knit, purl, and knit 2 together. The pattern uses circular knitting and basic cabling.
12. Fox Cushion Knitting Pattern by fluffandfuzz
How cute is this fox cushion? It is perfect for a sofa, bed, or reading nook. It would also make a great baby shower gift for a family decorating in woodland decor.
Not including the tail, the cushion measures 9.84 inches (25 cm) wide and 11.02 inches (28 cm) tall. The pattern is 6 pages long. All the pieces are knitted flat (back and forth) on a pair of straight single-pointed knitting needles.
13. Patons Fox in the Snow Mittens Free Fox Knitting Pattern
If you are looking for a pair of knitted fox mittens, check out these patterned gloves. The pattern creates a pair of gloves that fit an average adult female’s hands.
This is an advanced level pattern for an experienced knitter. The project that will keep you actively engaged.
14. Fox Scarf by Nina Führer
Use this pattern to make a child or adult size fox scarf. The inventive pattern creates a scarf that will secure itself.
The fox knitting pattern contains 8 pages of detailed instructions, a schedule, and pictures. There is a clasp in the fox’s mouth that serves as a fastener.
15. Toy Knitted Fox Pattern by Rian Anderson
This fox knitting pattern is for a cute and quirky toy fox. It is small enough for little ones to carry around with them and play with any time they like!
This toy fox knitting pattern designed by Rian Anderson is all kinds of adorable. From his perky ears and slight smile to his booted feet and big puffy tail, everyone is sure to love this little guy!
Show your appreciation of these cute and sly creatures with one of these fox knitting patterns.
You can often find a fox plushie in a nursery room, but they are not only for babies to enjoy. Knit yourself a scarf or pillow. These fox knitting patterns are fun, and they will bring a smile to your face.
When you are a knitter, you can create one-of-a-kind gifts for your family and friends. Making these items can be time-consuming, but the final outcomes are well worth it. However, all of us know that mistakes can happen.
And when they do, you either throw the project away or rip out the stitches. But before you start ripping out your stitches, learn how to do frogging knitting the right way.Read more
Below you will learn how to seamlessly sew together stitches using the Kitchener stitch. The Kitchener stitch is used to close knitted fabric. With our step-by-step instructions, you will be able to create hidden seams in socks, sweaters, stuffies, etc.Read more
Knitting needle size conversion is handy when learning how to knit. Understanding knitting needles is one of the first hurdles of knitting. Knitting patterns usually indicate the size of the knitting needle or needles you need to complete the project.
Depending on where the pattern originates, it may give you the size of a metric, UK or US needle. This can be confusing.Read more
The knitting bobble stitch is a great way to add three-dimensional flair to your projects. Our tutorial will explain step-by-step how to knit bobble stitches.
You will be able to add bobbles to all of your knitting projects.
Keep reading to find out how!Read more
You have to know how to purl knit in order to learn every other stitch (other than the knit garter stitch) and work any patterns. Our step by step tutorial will guide you through learning how to purl knit.
By learning the purl stitch, you will be able to knit many more pieces and learn even more stitches.
Keep reading to learn how to knit the purl stitch!Read more
Learning the stockinette stitch is essential to help you become a great knitter. Our pattern for the stockinette stitch will teach you each step in learning one of the most important stitches in knitting.
Read on for about our pattern and tips and tricks!Read more
You cannot just guess how many yards are there in a skein of yarn. However, there is always a way to calculate and figure it out— much easier and more effective than just simply guessing!
Learn this here, in How Many Yards in a Skein of Yarn that is Unlabelled.Read more