14 Royal Designs for Knitting


14 Royal Designs for Knitting

These royal knitting patterns will have you looking for your crown.

Royal Designs for Knitting

Though the United States may have separated from a parliamentary system hundreds of years ago, the people of the noble class continue to fascinate us. The Harry and Meghan docuseries on Netflix has reinvigorated that interest. We love telling our children stories about princesses, kings, and queens, and have more than a passing curiosity about England’s royal family. All of this goes to show that people like to feel special every now and then, and royalty is synonymous with special treatment. These free knitting patterns will make you feel like a queen. 

Knitting patterns draw inspiration from a variety of sources, and royalty is one fertile area to draw from. The number of stories about princesses and princes are a great place for designers to start, while fashion trends among the wealthy are another place to get ideas.  These royal designs for knitting have many different types of royalty, real and imagined, as their source. As soon as you don one of these great designs for knitting you’ll start feeling like a member of the royal family.

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1. Princess Ruffles Shawl

You deserve to be treated like the queen you are. Wrapping the Princess Ruffles Shawl around your shoulders is a great way to keep warm on a cold night.

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Princess Ruffles Shawl

2. King Charles Brocade Baby Blanket

Your baby is just as important as any nobly born child, so show it with this regal-as-heck knit baby blanket pattern. If you're an auntie or grandmother, handmade blankets are also a great way to show your loved ones that you care and you're excited to be part of the new little one's life.

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King Charles Brocade Baby Blanket

3. Marie Antoinette Scarf

These free knitting patterns are a great way to treat yourself, and the Marie Antoinette Scarf is no exception. Why knit a normal scarf when you could knit a royal one?

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Marie Antoinette Scarf

4. Her Royal Highness Hat

The youngest in your family deserve to be princes and princesses, too. Knit her a Her Royal Highness Hat for a Windsor Castle moment.

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Her Royal Highness Hat

5. Anastasia Socks

Many of these are easy knitting patterns, perfect for the knitter who wants to treat her family right—like royalty! These socks make the perfect gift.

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Anastasia Socks

6. Princess Basketweave Throw

Patterns like the Princess Basketweave Throw are a great way to keep your little one warm in style and add some simple decoration to the room.

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Princess Basketweave Throw

7. Stella Luna Lacey Shawl

You could give one of these royal designs for knitting as a gift, but we all need to take the time to do special things for ourselves too. Besides, shawls take forever to knit... and a queen deserves a shawl like this one!

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Stella Luna Lacey Shawl

8. Ice Queen Baby Poncho

If you want to dress your baby up, the Ice Queen Baby Poncho is one way to make sure that everyone takes your child as seriously as you do. No one will want to cross a baby in such a gorgeous outfit.

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Ice Queen Baby Poncho

9. Men's Royal Sweater

You didn't think we'd leave out all you kings out there, did you? A sweater like this is perfect for the Royal's Day Off: classy, warm, and intricate.

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Men's Royal Sweater

10. Baby Archie Bear Hat

That's right: exactly the hat that Prince Archie was wearing when he was presented to the world. Your baby deserves this kind of royal cuteness, too!

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Baby Archie Bear Hat

11. Princess Charlotte Baby Bonnet

Of course, we could never leave out Princess Charlotte herself. Kate and William stunned the knitting community when they first showed little Charlotte in this stunning bonnet.

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Princess Charlotte Baby Bonnet

12. Royal English Tea Cardigan

This Queen Elizabeth knitting pattern is fully evocative of the late-and-great second-longest reigning monarch of England. Classy and great for either afternoon tea or a midday stroll, you'll feel like royalty in this cardigan.

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Royal English Tea Cardigan

13. Ice Queen Scarf

This one-skein wonder will leave none wondering about your place in society. It's giving us strong Elsa vibes!

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Ice Queen Scarf

14. Kate's Ruffled Shawl

These patterns are a great way to make someone feel like royalty, and Kate's Ruffled Shawl takes the cake on that one.

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Kate's Ruffled Shawl

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