If you are looking for a fun project, we have a knitted Spiderman pattern for you. When you think of Superheroes, Spiderman is probably one of the first ones to pop into your mind.
This is because Spiderman is one of the most recognizable characters there is. He has been around since 1962. You can find him in comics, movies, TV series, collectables, toys, clothing, and more.
Below are 12 knitted spiderman patterns. We have included a wide variety of designs from plush dolls to hats, sweaters, and washcloths.
1. Spiderman Knitting Pattern by NerdKnitting
With great power comes great responsibility. Are you a fan of knitting and superheroes? Now you can make your own cute and squishy Spiderman doll.
Included in the download are step-by-step colour photos and detailed instructions. Completed, the Spiderman will measure about 6 inches (15.24 cm) tall.
Find the Pattern by NerdKnitting HERE
2. Super Arachnid Reversible Beanie Knitting Pattern by LevelUpNerdApparel
Stay warm and stylish wearing this fully reversible double knit beanie. Being reversible, you will be able to change colours when the mood strikes you.
This is an intermediate level Spiderman knitting pattern. Included in the knitted spiderman pattern download are video tutorials for all techniques used. Included are instructions for 2 sizes.
The child’s beanie measures 20 inches (51 cm) in circumference and 8 inches (20 cm) high. The adult beanie measures 22 inches (56 cm) in circumference and 9 inches (23 cm) high.
Find the Pattern by LevelUpNerdApparel HERE
3. Security Blanket Knit Spiderman Pattern by Meemoodolls
Are you looking for a unique knitted Spiderman pattern? Then check out this adorable superhero security blanket.
The blanket is knitted flat on standard straight needles. There is no crochet involved. The pattern recommends using fine (2) yarn. The knitting techniques used are basic. The pattern can be completed by a beginner.
Find the Pattern by Meemoodools HERE
4. Web Spinner Free Spiderman Knitting Pattern by Irene Johnston
Anyone in the family can enjoy wearing this Spiderman jacket. The pattern is written in several sizes so any superhero fan can have their own jacket.
The web spinner jacket features spiderman motifs on the back and both sleeves. The pattern includes a schematic and 3 motif charts. To complete this jacket, you will need some experience working in intarsia and stranded knitting.
Find the Pattern by Irene Johnston HERE
5. Knitted Spiderman Dishcloth/Washcloth Pattern by ThePointyEndKnitting
Dishcloths and washcloths are some of the easiest projects you can tackle, especially if you are a beginner. If you are looking for a quick and easy project, check out this knitted Spiderman pattern.
The pattern includes easy-to-follow instructions and a grid/chart. You can make dishcloths or washcloths using any 100% cotton medium/worsted weight yarn.
Also see more knitted dishcloth patterns here.
Find the Pattern by ThePointyEndKnitting HERE
6. Knitted Spiderman Doll Pattern by HookedNKnotted
Are you new to knitting? Then this knitted Spiderman pattern may be exactly what you are looking for.
This is a beginner-friendly Spiderman knitting pattern. You will need red, white, blue, and black worsted weight yarn, black embroidery thread, polyester stuffing, 4 mm knitting needles, and a tapestry needle.
Find the Pattern by HookedNKnotted HERE
7. Spiderman Knitted Blanket Free Pattern by The Whoot
Knit up this Spiderman inspired spiderweb blanket for your little one. It is big and colourful. It is perfect for snuggling, decorating your child’s bed, or throw it over the back of a chair.
You can also use this free spiderman knitting pattern to create a Halloween decoration. You can get creative and use any colours you choose.
Find the Pattern by The Whoot HERE
8. Spiderman Knitting Pattern by KnittingPrettily
Any child that loves superheroes will adore this awesome sweater. They will want to wear it everywhere they go. And their friends will want one too!
The knitted Spiderman pattern comes in a lot of sizes. It is completely worked in double knitting. There are full instructions on how to make the sweater, including a chart.
Find the Pattern by KnittingPrettily HERE
9. Marvel Blanket Panel Knitting Pattern by WoollyGiraffe
This is a panel square that features several Marvel Comic symbols. You can use this pattern as the centre of a blanket or as a piece of art.
The Spiderman pattern is made using the stocking stitch. You can make the pattern using either worsted yarn and a 5 mm hook or DK and a 4 mm hook. Using worsted weight yarn, the square is approximately 21.65 inches (55 cm) x 21.65 inches (55 cm).
Find the Pattern by WoollyGiraffe HERE
10. We Call Him Spidey Mittens Pattern by Kathleen Taylor
Do you have a 3-4 year old child or grandchild that is obsessed with Spiderman? Then use this free Spiderman knitting pattern to make them a pair of mittens.
Included are both written instructions and a chart. You will need red, blue, and black Knit Picks yarn and size 2 double pointed needles.
Check out more knit mitten patterns here.
Find the Pattern by Kathleen Taylor HERE
11. Beanie Hat Knit Spiderman Pattern by PixieTreeKnits
Here is an intermediate level knitted Spiderman pattern for a beanie. The beanie is perfect for little ones. Included in the download are instructions for sizes 6-12 months, 1-3 years, and 3-10 years.
More Beanie Knitting Patterns here.
Find the Pattern by PixieTreeKnits HERE
12. Knitted Spiderman Toy Pattern by Stana D. Sortor
Knit up this Spiderman for any Marvel Comics fan. It is a cute little doll that will measure approximately 10 inches (26 cm) tall when finished. It is a great piece to toss on a child’s bed.
This free spiderman knitting pattern is worked from the bottom to the top. You will start with one leg, then make a second leg. The legs will then be joined together, and you can continue with the rest of Spiderman.
Find the Pattern by Stana D. Sortor HERE
Is there an avid Spiderman fan in your household? Then make them a special gift using one of these knitted Spiderman patterns.
Superheroes are here to stay. People from the very young to the old are obsessed with the genre. If you know someone that loves superheroes, work up one of these knitted Spiderman patterns.