Posts tagged Gothic

Beautiful free Gothic knitting patterns to create. Lace, skulls, spiderwebs, enticing socks, gloves and mitts. Cool hats and romantic shawls. The possibilities are endless!

Asphyxiation Gothic Crochet Choker Pattern

Asphyxiation Gothic Crochet Choker Pattern: This choker uses Venetian Crochet motifs taken from a vintage tablecloth pattern (Needlecraft, December 1916) and a rose from an Irish Crochet collar and cuffs set (Needlecraft, November 1914). free pattern

A Zombie Knit

By  Knits by Britts comes this scary little zombie knitted toy pattern, perfect for any little boy into all things scary! Find the zombie doll pattern here: link

Champs-Élysées and Eiffel Tower Handwarmers

Even if you’re miles away from Paris this spring, sighing as you watch Gigi or Paris When It Sizzles for the hundredth time, I hope these handwarmers will bring some warm chic to your wardrobe. They are extremely versatile, as they can both be worn …

Skully Keychain

Make them into key chains. You could use them for patches for hats, bags, or scarves. by Knituition. Find the free skull knitting pattern here: link

Punk Rock Corset Gloves

The perfect accessory for your punk rock lifestyle. I dreamed up these gloves at a concert where the lead singer was wearing regular striped arm-warmers in grey and black. I thought, How cool! But I can do better… They are knit straight with shaping on …


Muffatees were a part of the Bavarian dress in the 18th Century. They always were black and worked either by cotton, wool, silk or linen. Also typical are the middle pattern and the tooth pattern at the sides. By Gisela Beyer. Find the free pattern …

Gothy Gauntlets

This is a simple pattern for long gauntlets. It’s especially nice for self striping sock yarn. Gauntlets have a circumference of 7.5” at elbow and 6” at wrist but are quite stretchy. You can easily go up or down a needle size to make these …