There’s just something about a good book that has the ability to completely transport you to another place. Whether you like the feel of a book in your hand, you love the convenience of e-readers, you prefer to listen to audiobooks when you’re on the go, or all of the above, I think we can all agree that there’s just something magical about losing yourself in a story for a little while. It’s just as easy as losing yourself in a knitting or crochet project, in fact!
If you’ve ever wanted to channel the characters of your favorite books, here are 16 patterns just for you: based on 8 popular and classic books, these crochet and knitting patterns are just the thing to bring a little bit of that make-believe world into your reality. Some of them even have movie or TV adaptations, so you can compare your patterns to the real costumes! Find your favorite patterns and get started – and if you’re an audiobook lover, you can even listen along to your favorite story as you work!
Pride and Prejudice
Channel your inner Bennet sister in one of these gorgeous shawls – warm enough to protect you from Darcy’s cold demeanor!
The Hunger Games
No matter your survival skills, you’re sure to be a winner in these Hunger Games-inspired wraps!
Travel back in time with Claire in these chunky cowls – you’ll feel as though you’re right at home in the highlands of Scotland.
The Great Gatsby
You’ll be the cat’s pajamas in these cloche hats, straight from the Jazz Age! Some things never go out of style.
Keep warm while wandering the moors in these cozy wraps. Take care not to run into any ghosts!
Gone with the Wind
Frankly, my dear, we can’t get enough of these ruffly patterns. Guaranteed to make you the belle of the ball!
These fun hat patterns are simply magical! It’s a shame there’s not a spell to have them make themselves.
The Lord of the Rings
Even Galadriel would envy these gorgeous shawl patterns that are fit for an elven queen.
What’s your favorite book?
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