SKNY Ravelry Project Roundup

Selfish Knitting New Year is almost here!

I know you are probably elbow deep in your Christmas projects right now, but I wanted to ask – have you rounded up your patterns that you are making for yourself for January? No?

Bilbo Socks by Claire Ellen

Bilbo Socks by Claire Ellen – Check out the One Ring! Adorbs!

Worry not, I did it for you. Today I’m bringing you 42 Ravelry knitting patterns for items for the head, neck, hands and feet (including a plethora of LOTR socks – yes, I’m totally geeking out on them) to get your motors running. They are all fairly quick to make (i.e. all accessories, no sweaters), all available online, and all anywhere from free to $6 each.

Are you ready to make some beautiful things for yourself? Click here to read more about how to participate! Then just click on any of the photos below to check out the patterns on Ravelry.

For the Head

Flora by Margaux Hufnagel

Flora by Margaux Hufnagel

Sea Creature Comforts Classic Octopus Hat by Molly Kent

Sea Creature Comforts: Classic Octopus Hat by Molly Kent

Courtyard by Melissa Thomson

Courtyard by Melissa Thomson

Mandelbrot by Alexandra Tinsley

Mandelbrot by Alexandra Tinsley

Skeleton Key Slouchie Tam by Simone Van Iderstine

Skeleton Key Slouchie Tam by Simone Van Iderstine

Garden Gnome Hat by Betsy Farquhar

Garden Gnome Hat by Betsy Farquhar

Slouchy('s no Slouch) by Lea Kobayashi

Slouchy(‘s no Slouch) by Lea Kobayashi

Cove hat by Jo Storie

Cove hat by Jo Storie

Warm all Winter by Cat Bordhi

Warm all Winter by Cat Bordhi

Bearded Viking Helmet by Holly Priestley

Bearded Viking Helmet by Holly Priestley

For the Neck

Windward by Heidi Kirrmaier

Windward by Heidi Kirrmaier

Rock Island by Jared Flood

Rock Island by Jared Flood

New Bittersweet Cowl by Megan Goodacre

New Bittersweet Cowl by Megan Goodacre

Woodstack by Melissa Thomson

Woodstack by Melissa Thomson

Careen Cowls by Louise Zass-Bangham

Careen Cowls by Louise Zass-Bangham

Pedestrian Crossing Cowl by Melissa Sibley

Pedestrian Crossing Cowl by Melissa Sibley

Gyre by Elizabeth Elliott

Gyre by Elizabeth Elliott

French Braid Cowl by Breean Elyse Miller

French Braid Cowl by Breean Elyse Miller

Cinder by Jared Flood

Cinder by Jared Flood

Loxley by Stephen West

Loxley by Stephen West

For the Hands

Fightin' Words by Annie Watts

Fightin’ Words by Annie Watts

Spatterdash Wristwarmers by Dagmar Mora

Spatterdash Wristwarmers by Dagmar Mora

Owlings by Kerrie James

Owlings by Kerrie James

Norwegian heart fingerless gloves by Lisa LilleNor

Norwegian heart fingerless gloves by Lisa LilleNor

Raw Honey by Alicia Plummer

Raw Honey by Alicia Plummer

The Political Process by Jen Gall

The Political Process by Jen Gall

Borough by Veronica O'Neil

Borough by Veronica O’Neil

Horatio and Oren by Barbara Gregory

Horatio and Oren by Barbara Gregory

Norwegian Totoro Mittens by brella

Norwegian Totoro Mittens by brella

Hard Rock Gloves by Natascha Vögele

Hard Rock Gloves by Natascha Vögele

For the Feet

Bilbo Socks by Claire Ellen

Bilbo Socks by Claire Ellen

Frodo Socks by Claire Ellen

Frodo Socks by Claire Ellen

Gollum Socks by Claire Ellen

Gollum Socks by Claire Ellen

Smaug Socks by Claire Ellen

Smaug Socks by Claire Ellen

Strider Sock by Claire Ellen

Strider Sock by Claire Ellen

Legolas Sock by Claire Ellen

Legolas Sock by Claire Ellen

Gimli Socks by Claire Ellen

Gimli Socks by Claire Ellen

Pippin Socks by Claire Ellen

Pippin Socks by Claire Ellen

Galadriel by Claire Ellen

Galadriel by Claire Ellen

Theoden Socks by Claire Ellen

Theoden Socks by Claire Ellen

Faramir Socks by Claire Ellen

Faramir Socks by Claire Ellen

Eomer Socks by Claire Ellen

Eomer Socks by Claire Ellen

I have just spent days trolling through the bajillions of pattern offerings on Ravelry, and I have yet to see anything as badass as these socks. And these aren’t even all of them that Claire Ellen has on her page. As a Tolkien superfan, I’m in love.

Are you ready to knit? Sign up below (it obligates you to exactly nothing and I keep those emails locked up tight – no sharing with anyone, no worries) to join the SKNY2013 roster!

What’s your favorite pattern here?

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