I am bringing you another round up post – this time it is 15 knit look crochet items that you need to make right now!
They say knitting and crochet goes hand in hand… well, for some. I am ceratinly not as confident knitter as I am in crochet. But I do love the look of knitted items. Crochet designers keep coming up with some awesome new and innovative crochet techniques.
They make crochet look like knitting and I love it! There is something magical about breaking down the boundaries between the two crafts. Moreso, to empower people that can not knit to create something that looks like knitting using the techniques they already know and feel confident using.
I am saving you time scrolling through Pinterest (hello, if you’ve found this article via Pinterest!). I am bringing you 15 knit look crochet items that I think are must makes. These knit look crochet items include hats, cowls, spa cloth, pillows and sweaters. So, there really is something to choose from for everybody.
15 Amazing Knit Look Crochet Items You Must Make
I love the amazing talents amongst these crochet designers bloggers. They are breaking the barriers between knitting and crochet and creating some amazing designs. I love when you can create different looks using your chosen craft.
Knitters use crochet lace elements and crocheters use knit look stitches to create items that resemble the other crafts. Sometimes you really need to take a closer look to really determine which craft the item has been made with.
Here I have compiled a list of 15 amazing crochet items that have knit look! There are various crochet projects you can choose from – hats, cowls, ear warmers and pullovers too!
Some of these patterns use Tunisian Crochet which resembles knitting. However, other patterns just use the old humble crochet hook. By using these clever stitches and techniques you can really create a stunning items.
Treviso Faux Knit Beanie by Rebekah Haas Crochet
This super simple beanie uses the adapted crochet waistcoat or knit stitch. The pattern includes the instructions for both a fitted and for a slouchy beanie pattern. CLICK HERE for the pattern.
Tunisian Crochet Concept Cowl by Raffamusa Designs
This soft and squishy cowl uses Tunisian crochet cables to create a stunning texture. You crochet this cowl flat, bottom-up and then seam on the short side. FOLLOW THIS LINK for the pattern.
Faded Tunisian Beanie by With Alex Official
The Faded Tunisian Beanie is a wonderfully great beginner project for those that have done Tunisian crochet before and are ready to try color changing. This hat creates a beautiful transition that fades from one color to another. Visit THIS WEBSITE for the pattern.
Knit Look Pillow by Desert Blossom Crafts
This pattern incorporates the knit-like woven stitch and a nice bobble stitch for some texture. The woven stitch lets crocheting come close to looking like knitting. Check out the pattern BY CLICKING HERE.
Jessie Slouch by Rebecca Velasquez
This great looking hat is worked flat and sideways, seamed, the crown is then cinched closed. It uses a super easy stitch to create a knit-look crochet item. For this gorgeous beanie CLICK HERE.
Knit-look crochet garter stitch tutorial by A Crocheted Simplicity
This is a great crochet stitch tutorial with a helpful video if you want to learn this stitch and create your very own knit-look crochet item. FOLLOW THIS LINK for the pattern.
The Luxe Leopard Beanie by Crafting For Weeks
This beanie uses waistcoat stitch which is essentially just a variation of single crochet. The only difference is that you will be working between the posts of the stitch below. This creates a knit-look texture. Check out the pattern HERE.
Emsam Pullover by Blue Star Crochet
This super comfortable and cosy pullover pattern uses Tunisian Knit stitch. It uses 4-ply yarn with 7 mm hook and creates the oh, so dreamy drape and works up suprisingly fast! Emsam Pullover by Blue Star Crochet is available here on the blog.
Aveline Reversible Crochet Scarf by A Crocheted Simplicity
Aveline Scarf is not only stylish and REVERSIBLE, but it’s also a great(mostly mindless) project that you can crochet when you’re needing to decompress from the busy holiday season or just a long stressful day at work. CLICK HERE for the pattern.
The Sister Beanie by Hooked Up Crochet
Intricate cablework gives this beanie knit-look. The pattern contains toddler-adult sizes. There is a fantastic photo tutorial to get you started on crochet cables. THIS WEBSITE has the free pattern.
Misty Ear Warmer by Blue Star Crochet
Super easy Tunisian crochet ear warmer pattern that has the ever popular twist at the front. I used chunky yarn so works up super quick. Check out Misty Ear Warmer by Blue Star Crochet here on my blog.
Simple Spa Cloth by The Purple Poncho Crochet
The Simple Spa Cloth Collection makes beautiful matching cloths using Tunisian Crochet stitches. This is a good way to learn new stitches while repeating the stitches. The free pattern is AVAILABLE HERE.
Knit Look Crochet Hat by Ned and Mimi
You crochet this hat from side to side. The top tapers inwards due to skipped stitches but having the top of the hat narrower than the bottom means there is less of a gap to close up when it comes to seaming and cinching in at the top. The pattern is available ON THIS WEBSITE.
Knit Look Oversize Crochet Sweater by Jenny and Teddy
The sweater uses moss stitch or linen stitch that creates cozy and warm garment for the up coming cold season. It is not only easy to make but also stylish to wear out around town or cosy to wear in the house. CLICK HERE for the pattern.
Crochet Scarf with Fur Muffs by Salty Pearl Crochet
The fur trim actually doubles as a muff, which is just a fun word for an open pocket designed to keep your hands warm. FOLLOW THIS LINK for the pattern.
I hope you enjoyed this round up of beautiful knit look crochet items and I hope a few of them have made it onto your must make list!