Wool-Aid Pattern Bundles

Wool-Aid Pattern Bundles are collections of patterns recommended by Wool-Aid knitters/crocheters on Ravelry, and accessible to all. The Bundles include both free and paid patterns. Note that Bundles are added to frequently, so be sure to check back! Click on the picture below to access the Wool-Aid Bundle for each item.



A separate bundle of patterns appropriate for Wool-Aid projects showcases patterns designed by Wool-Aid members. This bundle includes both free and paid patterns:


Wool-Aid Designer Patterns

All of the patterns listed below were created especially for charity knitting by designers who are members of our Wool-Aid group on Ravelry and who have authorized their inclusion here. They are free for charity, non-profit, and personal use. The patterns included on this page are appropriate for Wool-Aid campaigns as written, without modification. Click on a picture to open the downloadable PDF of the pattern.

Big Kids Bulky Mock TurtleneckBig Squash HatDouble Yarn SocksDouble Yarn SocksDouble Yarn SocksFrom the Top Mock Turtleneck SweaterGateposts 10" SquareGnarlyHow to Knit Basic SocksHow to Knit Basic SocksHow to Knit Basic SocksHow to Knit Basic SocksLattice Wrap SweaterLozenge 10" SquareDouble Yarn SocksNo Swatch mittensNo Swatch Bulky MittensHow to Knit Basic SocksScrap Wrap SweaterSeams So Easy Innu BlanketSt Anthony Cabled HatSt. Anthony Cabled MittensSteppe Ahead SweaterSwedish Blocks 10" SquareThe Bob HatThermal 10" SquareEar Snuggling HatTunisian Stripey Strippy BlanketWaffles for Brunch SweaterWaffles for Brunch Sweater

Please make sure that your finished item is a warm, dense wool fabric. Depending on your gauge and choice of yarn, this may mean making adjustments in needle size for your project.

Additional Recommended Patterns

A separate page includes additional patterns recommended for Wool-Aid campaigns. These patterns all meet Wool-Aid guidelines with minor modifications, if any.

Included on this page are patterns that were originally created for Warm Woolies by Kimberly Turnbow, which she has kindly allowed us to host on the Wool-Aid website in PDF format.