Girl’s Got Style! 10 Stylish and FREE Knitting Patterns for Girls

Free Knitting Patterns for Girls

From sweet sweaters to fun accessories, these free knitting patterns for girls make perfect gifts!

That tiny newborn you knitted booties for is growing up fast, and that means shifting from tiny, sweet patterns to stylish, colorful knitting patterns for girls who love to stand out.

Our Bluprint designers know what those stylish girls like: bright colors, cozy fibers and, of course, colorful embellishments. These free knitting patterns for girls are the perfect chance to have some fun with your knitting.

Grab some bold colors and stitch the kiddo in your life one of these free knitting patterns for girls.

Matching Hearts Hat FREE Knitting Pattern

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1. Matching Hearts Hat

This pattern was designed as a Valentine’s Day gift, but I know plenty of girls who’d wear it all fall and winter. If you want your hat to be a little less traditional, explore other color combinations. The heart earflaps are knitted separately, and I love the idea of using the heart pattern alone as an appliqué that can be attached to totes, backpacks and other clothing.

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Keams Kids Sweater FREE Knitting Pattern

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2. Keams

This sweater is sized from newborn up to 6 years old. The buttons are the key piece for the sweater, since they have the power to make it casual or perhaps a little fancier. The yarn is a chunky weight, so this little top comes together in just a few hours.

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Spinning Petals Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

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3. Spinning Petals Scarf

Accessories are important because they’re worn daily, plus they keep kiddos snug and warm. The pattern is sized to fit girls up to age 10, but you could easily adapt the pattern for a larger scarf. You could even make a matching adult version for yourself!

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4. Wee Kizzy

Gals will love this dress because it’s two outfits in one — the A-line style dress is reversible! One day, she can wear the cable in the front, and the next day, she can wear the simple buttoned collar in the front.

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Sid Beanie FREE Knitting Pattern

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5. Sid Beanie

Is your kid bored with the same old beanie? This hat will definitely change things up! Inspired by the shape of a clown’s hat, this pattern features gradual decreases that are easy enough for even a beginner.

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Mittens Harlekin FREE Knitting Pattern

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6. Mittens Harlekin

This fab little pair of mittens features an optional flower embellishment that can also become a hair accessory or brooch pinned to a backpack. Note that the flowers are crocheted, so you’ll need some basic crochet know-how to make them.

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The Heart Headwarmer FREE Knitting Pattern

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7. The Heart Head Warmer

The super-bulky yarn makes this accessory cozy and quick. The instructions include sizes for all ages, including adults. You’ll need some shaping skills to knit the heart, of course, so practice those k2togs and SSKs if you’re new to decreases.

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Charlie Pullover FREE Knitting Pattern

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8. Charlie Pullover

This free sweater is sized for a 28″ chest circumference — about the size of a 7-year-old. Don’t forget to choose a superwash yarn so that the garment can withstand rough play days and plenty of cycles through the washing machine.

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Braided Hat FREE Knitting Pattern

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9. Braided Hat

Kids will flip over this cool hat with long braids built in. The braids are just simple cables that are worked right off the hat. It’s just as useful for dress-up play as it is for wearing outdoors to fight off the chill! 

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Short Notice FREE Sweater Knitting Pattern

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10. Short Notice

This sweater’s name is inspired by its most valuable characteristic: thanks to the simple stitches, you can knit this sweater as a gift at the last minute. Choose from long sleeves or short sleeves. If you’re knitting the sweater as a gift, don’t forget to include care instructions!

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