Get a little funky with goth knitting patterns
If you’ve always wanted to learn to knit, but couldn’t quite figure out what to knit that would fit your funky teenage heart, try knitting with some Goth style! Check out goth knitting patterns.
Learn how to knit Goth style
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Go ahead. Admit it. You’ve always wanted to learn to knit but you just couldn’t bring yourself to take the plunge because you thought knitting was for just your grandma and her afghans.
Well…you’re wrong and I have the proof. Check out this book, AntiCraft: Knitting, Beading and Stitching for the Slightly Sinister. If you love Goth, you’ll love this book. From the ‘Tough Baby Sweater’ to the ‘I Skull (instead of heart) Trouble’ Tote, you’ll find plenty of Goth patterns to make your sinister little heart happy.
Pretty in Punk: 25 Punk, Rock, and Goth Knitting Projects is another favorite book collection of knit patterns. Goth skirts, Goth sweaters, Goth leggings. This book keeps you busy while you’re learning this knit style.
If you want to reassure yourself that “Goth” is a knitting style, check out The AntiCraft website. Here, you can read all about Goth knitting and even learn to knit a ‘Hoochie Cozie’.
Next, visit Punk Knits free knitting patterns where you can check out punk and Goth patterns and even buy a pair of skull needles.
At Crafty Diversions, you find knitting patterns for corset lace gloves and skull socks. What more could a funky teen ask for?
Now, don’t think for a minute that I’ve given up knitting for charity and gone Goth. but who’s to say that this knitting style can’t be charitable too? So if you’re Goth at heart, get out those skull knitting needles, put your heads together, learn to knit and whip up some Goth knitting patterns to help others while you’re at it.