Game of Thrones is back tonight and what better way to celebrate than by sitting down with new Game of Thrones knitting patterns. Can you believe we have only until season 8 to wrap up the entirety of the series? Three more seasons, including the one starting tonight, and then we’ll have all the answers.

You won’t be nearly as excited if you’re a book purist. But even then, these patterns are perfect! Most of them are representations of the character, rather than exact things they wore during the show.

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Charts

1. Arryn Sigil by Traci & Tommy Webb

Arryn Sigil by Traci & Tommy Webb | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Are you a fan of the Moon Door? Do you want to push all of your tormentors through it and watch them fly? Then you need to put the House Arryn sigil on literally everything. This chart also includes the house motto: As high as honor.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

2. Baratheon Sigil by Heather Zaccaro

Baratheon Sigil by Heather Zaccaro

This sigil helps during rebellions. Warning: Not effective against boars.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

3. Greyjoy Kraken by Jessica Halleck

Greyjoy Kraken by Jessica Halleck | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The Greyjoy sigil is not explicitly shown in the show (or at least I don’t remember it), so it’s cool to see different interpretations of it. And this one in particularly looks like Cthulhu rising from the depths of Ry’leh.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

4. Greyjoy Sigil by Heather Zaccaro

Greyjoy Sigil by Heather Zaccaro

Honestly, House Greyjoy has my favorite sigil (or fan interpretations of sigils) because I love squids (and octopus), even if the house isn’t my favorite.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

5. House Stark Sigil by Jessica Halleck

House Stark Sigil by Jessica Halleck | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

I really like this interpretation: The Stark House sigil has never looked so frightening. That direwolf is definitely ready for what winter brings.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

6. Lannister Sigil by Heather Zaccaro

Lannister Sigil by Heather Zaccaro | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This lionshead sigil will remind people how wealthy and regal you are. (Or will persuade them, if you’re not.)

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

7. Martell Sigil by Heather Zaccaro

Martell Sigil by Heather Zaccaro | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Need a crest that matches your flamboyancy? The Martell Sigil is right up your alley.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

8. Stark Sigil by Traci & Tommy Webb

Stark Sigil by Traci & Tommy Webb

This direwolf is more minimalist than the last one, but still fearsome. The chart also comes with the Stark motto: Winter is coming.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

9. Stark Sigil Chart by Heather Zaccaro

Stark Sigil Chart by Heather Zaccaro | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

And this direwolf chart pares it down to the bare essentials. Good for small projects that can’t support a lot of details.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

10. Targaryen Sigil by Heather Zaccaro

Targaryen Sigil by Heather Zaccaro | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Take this knitting pattern with fire and blood. And stick it on a pretty sweater.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

11. Tully Sigil by Heather Zaccaro

Tully Sigil by Heather Zaccaro | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Tully’s a good, reliable house. And mostly a dead house. That’s unfortunate.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

12. Tyrell Sigil by Heather Zaccaro

Tyrell Sigil by Heather Zaccaro | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The Queen of Thorns said about her own sigil:

“Growing Strong.” Ha! The dullest words of any House. “Winter Is Coming.” Now that’s memorable. “We Do Not Sow.” Strong, strong, those are Houses you watch out for. Direwolves and krakens, fierce beasts… but a golden rose growing strong? Ha! That strikes fear in the heart.

It’s a subtle symbol. But roses are sneaky stabbers.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

13. Winter is Coming by Becky Travis

Winter is Coming by Becky Travis | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The northern hemisphere is going into spring, but that just means that winter is still ahead of us. This chart gives you another way to warn everyone of the truth.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

Gloves and Mittens

14. Arya’s Mitts by Lara Smoot

Arya's Mitts by Lara Smoot | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The long and narrow patterns on the fingerless gauntlets are inspired by Needle.  The pattern also offers a shorter version “if you would prefer to wield a dagger rather than a sword!”

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Knitting in the round
  • Lacework

15. Danni’s Gloves by Dona Carruth

Danni's Gloves by Dona Carruth | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Dani doesn’t have much use for gloves while still in the desert cities in Slaver’s Bay, but once she gets to the Iron Throne, she’s going to want gloves for the oncoming winter. The pattern on the back of these gloves resemble dragon scales. They’d be a present fit for a Queen.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Shaping
  • Chart reading

16. Danni’s Mitts by Dona Carruth

Danni's Mitts by Dona Carruth | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

These mitts are the fingerless companions to the gloves above. Still fit for a queen. (And in the color of fire and blood no less. 🙂 )

Skills needed:

  • Shaping
  • Knitting in the round
  • Chart reading

17. Direwolf Mittens by Carly Hill

Direwolf Mittens by Carly Hill | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

These mittens were inspired by the Stark’s motto: Winter is coming. The handsome direwolf is set against a background of snowflake patterns and is sure to keep you warm.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

18. House Arryn Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Arryn Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Keep your hands warm while sentencing prisoners to trial by combat with the House Arryn Mitts. If you don’t want to source your own yarn on this project, you can purchase a whole kit from The Yarn Cafe.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

19. House Baratheon Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Baratheon Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. Declare your loyalty for House Baratheon and join the search for the rightful heirs of the throne.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

20. House Greyjoy Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Greyjoy Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. Are you a mariner? Captain of ships? Fisherman? Or do you just have a fondness for squid? Then these are the fingerless gloves for you!

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

21. House Lannister Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Lannister Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

 

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. Bear your lion’s claws while wearing these stylish and regal mitts.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

22. House Martell Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Martell Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. The sigil on this glove is more detailed than the chart above, so you’ll have your pick of favored design. You won’t need full blown gloves in Dorne, but these are good for just-in-case moments.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

23. House Mormont Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Mormont Mitt by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. House Mormont represented many things and depending on which sibling you follow, you could be supporting House Stark or House Targaryen. Be strong and courageous and pick your side.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

24. House Stark Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Stark Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. Keep your hands warm while preparing for winter. The fearsome direwolf on the back will ward off any finger-based dangers.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

25. House Targaryen Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Targaryen Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. The recommended colors for these mittens are the color of fire, blood, and ashes after your dragons are done with your enemies. Your hands might get cold while conquering a kingdom; be prepared.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

26. House Tully Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Tully Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. Hold your family close while wearing these House Tully Mitts. And watch out for your childrens’ weddings.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

27. House Tyrrel Mitts by Anna Richardson

House Tyrrel Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. Not every house needs to be immediately threatening. Sometimes it pays to play the long game.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

28. Night’s Watch Mitts by Anna Richardson

Night's Watch Mitts by Anna Richardson | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Like the mitts above, this pattern is also available in kit form. And when it’s all said and done, you might be safer giving up the Game altogether and throwing in your kit with the Night’s Watch. Though that does involve consorting with criminals and dealing with the occasional wildling and not-zombie.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Ribbing
  • Colorwork

29. Winter is Coming Mittens by Freshisle Fibers

Winter Is Coming by Freshisle Fibers | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

These are far more cuddly and approachable direwolves, even if they’re followed by a foreboding message. Stay warm.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Knitting in the round

30. Winter’s Stag by Meg Warren

Winter's Stag by Meg Warren | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

These mittens are extremely handsome. The thin yarn lends itself really well to the intricate design and the unique, long cuffs will keep drafts from going up your sleeves.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork

Hats

31. A Hat Inspired by Sansa to Knit by Katrina King

A Hat Inspired by Sansa to Knit by Katrina King | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The pattern creator was inspired by Sansa’s outfit from Joffrey’s wedding. This pattern, for your safety, doesn’t include the poison gemstones.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Lacework
  • Chart reading

32. Direwolf Sigil Hat by Shawna Snyder

Direwolf Sigil Hat by Shawna Snyder | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This hat will help keep your head warm during the long winter. And the direwolf sigil looks especially handsome against the textured background.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork
  • Seaming

33. House Stark by Lynn Flatley

House Stark by Lynn Flatley | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Wolves run around the brim of this hat, sure to keep you warm in the dead of winter.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

34. Winter is Coming Hat by handmade by SMINÉ

Winter is Coming Hat by handmade by SMINÉ | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

From far away, this looks like a standard patterned hat. When you get closer, this minimalist hat becomes very obviously connected to Game of Thrones, exposing yourself as a fan. May be dangerous. Which is why it has instructions to fully line it and make it reversible.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Seaming
  • Colorwork

Housegoods

35. Game of Thrones Blanket by Ruby Gal

Game of Thrones Blanket by Ruby Gal | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Can’t decide on a house? Hedging your bets for the next ruling class? Or do you just want a challenge? This blanket, sized perfectly for a full bed and therefore more than enough for a throw, will be a perfect companion during Game of Thrones marathons.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork
  • Seaming

36. House Stark Sigil Tea Cosy by Emily King

House Stark Sigil Tea Cosy by Emily King | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

While enthralled with said marathon, it’s easy to forget things. Like tea. And then it’s cold and you need more. This tea cosy will keep your teapot thematically correct and your water warm.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Colorwork

37. Winter is Coming Pillow by Madeleine Cantu

Winter is Coming Pillow by Madeleine Cantu | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Round out your Game of Thrones-themed couch with a themed pillow to rest your head on, or hide your eyes from some particularly gruesome scene. Ghost will protect you.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Colorwork

Scarves and Shawls

38. Arya by Katrina King

Arya by Katrina King | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This cowl blends the masculine and feminine well. Arya would have at least grudgingly appreciated it while she was in Winterfell. The lacework around the cowl even resembles little needles.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables
  • I-Cord
  • Lacework

39. Arya’s Needle by Lara Smoot

Arya's Needle by Lara Smoot | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This handsome lacework shawl has a hidden surprise on the back panel: Needle! Perfect for hiding true intentions.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Lacework

40. Arya’s Water Dancer Cowl by Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich

Arya's Water Dancer Cowl by Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This cowl is perfect for helping to hide your identity. It’s simple, masculine, but has enough little details to keep the construction interesting.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Lacework
  • Short rows

41. Cersei by Katrina King

Cersei by Katrina King | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This shawl was inspired by Cersei Lannister. It’s elegant and regal–fit for a queen! The gradient colors are reminiscent of Lannister colors, and the full gold version is like the blond hair that was her undoing (thanks, Ned).

Skills needed:

  • Cables
  • Lacework
  • Chart reading

42. Double Knit Lannister Scarf by Kate Trewin

Double Knit Lannister Scarf by Kate Trewin | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This scarf resembles a tapestry that might hang in the castle at Kings Landing. It’s doubleknit for extra warmth!

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Doubleknit

43. House Stark Direwolf Illusion by Louise Williams

House Stark Direwolf Illusion by Louise Williams | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The direwolf on this scarf only appears from a certain angle. You’ll never see Ghost coming.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading

44. Jon Snow Scarf by Iris Schreier

Jon Snow Scarf by Iris Schreier | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This wrap was inspired by Jon Snow’s animal pelts. Depending on the yarn choice, you could really make this look like the pelts he and the other Night’s Watch wear.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork

45. Lannister Shawl by Dominique Trad

Lannister Shawl by Dominique Trad | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This shawl is inspired by the Lannisters and their wealth. The pattern includes coins on one of the color stripes. The pattern author also recommends adding beads and other trinkets for “extra decadence.”

Skills needed:

  • Lacework

46. Lyanna’s Shawl by Katrina King

Lyanna's Shawl by Katrina King | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

According to many theories for Game of Thrones’ end game, Lyanna Stark is the key. She’s the beginning and somehow relates to the end. This shawl uses “snowflake and strawberry motifs to reflect Lyanna’s northern heritage and love of blue roses” and the pattern author recommends “add[ing] Ice-Blue beads for Lyanna and Ruby beads as a nod both to House Targaryen’s colors of Red and Black and to the rubies that stud Rhaegar’s breastplate.”

Skills needed:

  • Lacework

47. Melisandre by Katrina King

Melisandre by Katrina King | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This shawl was inspired by the Red Priestess herself. R’hellor would be pleased if you knit this in red. (Maybe don’t set it on fire though.)

Skills needed:

  • Lacework

48. Mother of Dragons by Lara Smoot

Mother of Dragons by Lara Smoot | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The Mother of Dragons shawl is meant to resemble a dragon’s wing: “The lace pattern mimics the intricate scales found on dragons and leads down to a fine point lace edging.”

Skills needed:

  • Lacework
  • Chart reading

49. Night’s Watch by Lara Smoot

Night's Watch by Lara Smoot | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This shawl is another that resembles the fur pelts worn by the watchers of the Wall. Keep yourself warm on those wintery nights.

Skills needed:

  • Lacework

50. Stormborn Shawl by Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich

Stormborn Shawl by Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This shawl, inspired by Daenerys, also resembles a dragon’s wing, with the intricate scale-like patterns and pointed ends.

Skills needed:

  • Lacework

51. Storms End Shawlette by Laurie Sundstrom

Storm's End Shawlette by Laurie Sundstrom | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The recommended colorway for this pattern really makes the shawl look like a stormy sky. It’s a simple design with an intricate lace border that resembles seaweed.

Skills needed:

  • Lacework

52. The Halfman’s Mantle by Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich

The Halfman's Mantle by Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This cowl is perfect to pull up over your face and hiding your lack of nose after an epic battle.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

53. Tyrion’s Gift by Lara Smoot

Tyrion's Gift by Lara Smoot | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This shawl is an interpretation of the shawl that Tyrion gave to Shae when he sent her away, for her own safety:

Shae refused to leave Tyrion, even at the risk of her own safety. Tyrion was forced to resort to sending her away in a rather brisk fashion. As a parting gift to show how much he cared for her, Trion commissioned a shawl in deep reds of the Lannister colors.  A single, simple gift to keep Shae warm was what Tyrion intended to give to Shae. The betrayal that he got in return was most unexpected.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • I-Cord
  • Lacework

54. War Banner Scarf by Emily Catherine

War Banner Scarf by Emily Catherine | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

There are few house mottos and sigil that spell war quite like “Fire and Blood” and a three headed dragon (except maybe the Bolton’s flayed man).

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Duplicate stitch

55. Winter is Coming Scarf by Julie Chen

Winter is Coming Scarf by Julie Chen | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This reversible scarf is sure to keep your warm during the winter it warns of. It reminds me of a banner that a bannerman might carry, or a bookmark. (I guess those are two really different things.)

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork
  • Doubleknit

56. Winter is Coming Scarf by Laura Semesky

Winter Is Coming by Laura Semesky | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This scarf is very similar to the above scarf, but with a running wolf motif and the letters resembling medieval manuscripts. It’s a completely different feel.

Skills needed:

  • Doubleknit
  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

57. Winter is Coming Shawl by Sally Cameron

Winter is Coming Shawl by Sally Cameron | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

(Who would have guessed that “Winter is Coming” would be a popular motif for Game of Thrones knitting patterns? 😉 ) The pattern creator describes how each section of the shawl is inspired by different parts of the series, including: the Wall, snow, waves, dragon scales, stakes, and icicles.

Skills needed:

  • Lacework

58. Winterfell Cowl by Fancy Tiger Crafts

Winterfell Cowl by Fancy Tiger Crafts | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This cowl looks like an easy knit and will keep your neck and chest warm under your winter clothes. The leather fastener really makes it feel like it could come from the show itself.

Skills needed:

  • Lacework

59. Ygritte Shawl by Hare & Anser

Ygritte Shawl by Hare & Anser | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This loopy knit shawl is another knitting pattern that look like the animal pelts favored by the wildlings and Night’s Watch. And as the pattern creator states: “The Ygritte Shawl is a collar, wrap, loopy, over the shoulder thing that is gonna look amazing worn over a band t-shirt, a leather jacket, a denim button down–whatever your fabulous heart desires.”

Skills needed:

  • Loop stitch

Socks

60. Brandon Stark by Jill Bickers

Brandon Stark by Jill Bickers | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

These socks are designed to resemble the Heart Tree that Brandon and the other Starks might have prayed at, at one point.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

61. Brienne by Purrlescent

Brienne by Purrlescent | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Right now, Brienne is my favorite character in the TV show, so this is my favorite pattern of all of them listed here. These socks are a really gorgeous representation of her. The pattern makes them look especially sturdy, kind of like the character herself.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Cables
  • Knitting in the round

62. Drachenkrallen by Scarlet Plume

Drachenkrallen by Scarlet Plume | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This pattern is available in both German and English. The translated title means “dragon claws” and is directly inspired by Viserion. The sharp and pointy details are all based on the claws, but I also think the circles in the pattern look like where the claws might tear through.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables

63. Drachenaugen by Scarlet Plume

Drachenaugen by Scarlet Plume | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This pattern is available in both German and English. The translated title means “eyes of the dragon” and is directly inspired by Rhaegal. The line of circles down the front look like a row of eyes staring at you, framed by the jagged edges of horns and scales.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables

64. Drachenschwingen by Scarlet Plume

Drachenschwingen by Scarlet Plume | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This pattern is available in both German and English. The translated title means “dragon wings” and is directly inspired by Drogon: “He is also called “the winged shadow” and I tried to incorporate the wings in the pattern design. It also looks a lot like scales.”

Skills needed:

  • Cables
  • Knitting in the round

65. Eddard by Purrlescent

Eddard by Purrlescent | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

These socks are much like Eddard Stark himself: Strong, no-nonsense. The pattern, though it looks complex, is clean and bold, uncluttered by other design elements.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables

66. House Baratheon Socks by Avalanche Designs

House Baratheon Socks by Avalanche Designs | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The cables going up the length of these socks resemble antlers, perfect for House Baratheon and its supporters.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables

67. House Greyjoy Socks by Avalanche Designs

House Greyjoy Socks by Avalanche Designs | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The design of the socks resemble the broken waves on the shores of the Iron Islands. The color fits the name of the islands and the general atmosphere around them.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables

68. House Martell Socks by Avalanche Designs

House Martell Socks by Avalanche Designs | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The pattern on these socks resemble the shifting sands of Dorne, and the lines up between them look much like the spear on House Martell’s sigil.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

69. House Targaryen Socks by Avalanche Designs

House Targaryen Socks by Avalanche Designs | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

These socks have a dragon scale-like pattern to them, and the ribbing looks much like the armored underbelly of a dragon.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

70. Kissed by Fire by Laurie Sundstrom

Kissed by Fire by Laurie Sundstrom | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The colorway lends the fire to the pattern, though the “X-O-X cable pattern supplies the fiery ‘Kisses’.”

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables

71. Lord Varys by Jill Bickers

Lord Varys by Jill Bickers | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The socks are inspired by Lord Varys, one of the many political masterminds of Game of Thrones. It’s an elegant pattern and the colorway helps it kind of blend into the background, much like Varys himself.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables

72. Meera and Jojen by Jill Bickers

Meera and Jojen by Jill Bickers | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

“I chose to design a sock honoring them that features FROGS–one for Meera, and one for Jojen that travel side by side. Meera’s frog goes all the way down the foot, while Jojen’s ends at the heel–because Meera’s journey continues after Jojen’s does not.” There’s a LOT of thought to this pattern and it’s really handsome.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Lacework
  • Cables

73. Melisandre by Purrlescent

Melisandre by Purrlescent | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The swirling flame pattern licks up from your toes, kind of like what would happen if Melisandre sacrificed you to the Red God.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Chart reading

74. Paradiesvogel by Scarlet Plume

Paradiesvogel by Scarlet Plume | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This pattern is available in both German and English. It’s based off of Daario Naharis and the yarn especially matches Daario’s character description: Long, dyed blue hair, matching beard in three prongs, gold mustache, and a gold tooth. Loud and flamboyant doesn’t even begin to cover it.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork
  • Cables

75. Roses for Margarey by Nin Leavitt

Roses For Margaery by Nin Leavitt | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The roses, created by bobble stitches, are perfect for fans of Margarey, House Tyrell, or Highgarden.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Bobble stitches

76. Socks for Stannis by Nin Leavitt

Socks for Stannis by Nin Leavitt | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Stannis’ socks, like the man himself, have a very deliberate and uniform pattern.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

Sweaters

77. Arya’s Needlework by Avril Lang

Arya's Needlework by Avril Lang | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This sweater is a form-fitting number with a unique detail that Arya would have appreciated.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Buttonholes
  • Lacework

78. Lady Catelyn by Avril Lang

Lady Catelyn by Avril Lang | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

The pattern on this sweater, inspired by Lady Catelyn, looks a lot like ripples in the water. It’s not an overpowering pattern either. The pattern creator says there’s “some tricky bits,” which makes it good for knitters looking for a challenge.

Skills needed:

  • Buttonholes
  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables

79. Stark White Sweater by Bridget Pupillo

Stark White Sweater by Bridget Pupillo | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

This sweater is inspired by the Stark sigil as described in the books: A gray wolf across an icy-white field. It’s a traditional sweater, knit flat and seamed together at the end. It also has a buttonband on a single shoulder, to make it easy

Skills needed:

  • Buttonholes
  • Seaming
  • Colorwork

Toys

80. Bronn by NerdKnitting

Bronn by NerdKnitting | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Don’t go anywhere without your own little sellsword to protect you! Just make sure you have your payment ready.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

81. Daenerys Targaryen by NerdKnitting

Daenerys Targaryen by NerdKnitting | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Make the Mother of Dragons and help her ascend the Iron Throne yourself!

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

82. Daenerys Wedding Dress by NerdKnitting

Daenerys Wedding Dress by NerdKnitting | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Or if you don’t like the outfit above, here’s a pattern with her wedding dress.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

83. Jon Snow by NerdKnitting

Jon Snow by NerdKnitting | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Protect Jon Snow at all costs. (Or sacrifice him yourself.)

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

84. Khal Drogo by NerdKnitting

Khal Drogo by NerdKnitting | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Start your own khalasar with Khal Drogo (and Dani above).

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

85. Tyrion Lannister by NerdKnitting

Tyrion Lannister by NerdKnitting | see more Game of Thrones knitting patterns at knittingfornerds.com

Keep Tyrion with you at all times for some much needed color commentary on… well, everything.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round

More Game of Thrones Knitting Patterns?

We still have three more seasons. That’s three more seasons of plot twists, new characters, dead characters, and amazing costume work. Which means there will be plenty more Game of Thrones knitting patterns to come.

Valar morghulis.

85 Game of Thrones Knitting

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