It took me time to go see the Deadpool movie. I regret waiting so long (and I didn’t even wait that long)! It was perfectly violent, raunchy, and still smart. Negasonic Teenage Warhead is literally my favorite right now. However, that’s not what this article is about. It’s about the main anti-hero. The merc with a mouth. The one and only very pansexual and very wrong Deadpool. (Well, I guess there isn’t really a one and only. Considering the voices and all.) He looks even better when knitted. Make your own Deadpool merch with these Deadpool knitting patterns!

[clickToTweet tweet=”Wait until you see what Ryan Renolds looks like in yarn: http://bit.ly/2cd5xn5″ quote=”Click to share these 7 Deadpool knitting patterns!”]

Charts

1. Merc with a Mouth Logo Chart by Iam 4MAN

Merc with a Mouth Logo Chart by Iam 4MAN | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This chart offers two variants of a chart that can be applied to pretty much any knitted thing you can think of: Gloves, hats, sweaters, cozies, blankets, knitted bikinis…

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

Dolls

2. Deadpool Doll by NerdKnitting

Deadpool Doll by NerdKnitting | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Looking for your own Deadpool to trade quips and witty remarks? (Voices not guaranteed. Please supply your own words for a more Deadpool-like experience.) Knit one! This adorable little doll, pattern available at NerdKnitting’s etsy store, knits up quick.

Skills needed:

  • In the round knitting
  • Colorwork

3. Deadpool Rag Doll by Emily Allard

Deadpool Rag Doll by Emily Allard | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This chubby little Deadpool needs some cuddling. This pattern is probably for more experienced knitters. There’s no explicit instructions on how to construct the toy and there are no patterns for the felt pieces. But it shouldn’t be too hard to eyeball it.

Skills needed:

  • Shaping
  • Seaming
  • Sewing/Embroidery

Gloves

4. Deadpool Fingerless Gloves by DuckyDame

Deadpool Fingerless Gloves by DuckyDame | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These gloves look well-fitted and are frankly, adorable to boot. The Deadpool logo looks really good knitted against black (though it would look really cool with a red base, too). Purchase for a really reasonable $4 at DuckyDame’s etsy store.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • In the round knitting

5. Deadpool Fingerless Gloves by Hannah W

Deadpool Fingerless Gloves by Hannah W | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These handsome, minimalist gloves are almost a throwback to the simple suits that Deadpool started out with (did anyone else appreciate watching him learn how to sew?). Keep your hands warm and your fingers free for texting with these!

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • In the round knitting

Homegoods

6. Deadpool Pillow by Andrea “Trooperschaf”

Deadpool Pillow by Andrea "Trooperschaf" | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Perfect for decorating your secret hideaway for a year away from your beloved and then bringing back with you when you move back in. (P.S. if you’re also able to crochet, the creator has a couple other Deadpool patterns!)

Skills needed:

  • Chart-reading
  • Seaming
  • Colorwork

7. Banana Hammock by Kate Tanski

Banana Hammock by Kate Tanski | see more at knittingfornerds.com

It’s exactly what you think it is. Or is it?

Skills needed:

  • Sewing
  • Colorwork
  • Miscellaneous construction

More Deadpool Knitting Patterns?

With the success of the new movie, I think we’ll be seeing a lot more of Deadpool and that means even more Deadpool knitting patterns. The next round up might even include Cable.

😉

7 Deadpool Knitting Patterns | see more at knittingfornerds.com

[clickToTweet tweet=”Wait until you see what Ryan Renolds looks like in yarn: http://bit.ly/2cd5xn5″ quote=”Click to share these 7 Deadpool knitting patterns!”]

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This