One of my favorite things to do in the wintertime is to go outside at night and look at the stars. Of course, that’s fun to do all year round, but there’s something about the extra quiet of a winter night that makes the experience all the more magical. It’s a great technology-free way to bond with your family, friends, or a significant other, and you’d be surprised how many constellations you can identify even with some light pollution!
There’s no need for nighttime or telescopes for these easy knitting patterns, however. Inspired by the night sky, these starry knitting projects will help you capture the magic of stargazing without even needing to go outside!
Star Pattern Pillows – These decorative pillows are an easy way to glam up your space.
Silver Star Ornament – They’re not just for Christmas – these ornaments would look so cute as decorations all year round!
Stripey Stars Dishcloth – Make these in any color to bring a little bit of the cosmos into your kitchen.
Shooting Star Fingerless Mitts – These mesmerizing mitts are the perfect accessory for your winter stargazing.
Kids’ Star Cowl – The subtle stars on this knitted cowl add a fun texture to an otherwise basic design.
North Star Hat – This easy knit hat pattern puts a fun twist on a simple pattern.
Falling Stars Top-Down Sweater – You’ll love how this cosmo-riffic design incorporates pops of color.
Frozen Stars Hat – Incorporate a little wintry wonder into this star-studded hat by using icy colors.
Do you have a favorite constellation?