Do you think we are alone in the universe? It's hard to tell. If you are a fan of science fiction, and want an alien to visit your home, make one with one of these alien knitting patterns.
“This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, signing off." - Ellen Ripley, Alien
Do you stare at the sky, hoping to get a glimpse of a UFO? Do you wonder what they are hiding at Area 51? If so, you will love this list of alien knitting patterns.
Below are 15 alien knitting patterns. I have included a variety of items from socks to plushies. There are both paid patterns and free alien knitting patterns.
1. EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE - SOCKS | KNITTING PATTERN
Do you like wearing crazy, fun socks? Then you will love these. These whimsical socks feature aliens and UFOs.
To complete this alien knitting pattern, you will need to know how to knit in the round on double pointed knitting needles, the stockinette stitch, increasing, decreasing, and standard colorwork. The sock knitting pattern is for an average women’s size.
2. TOY STORY ALIEN KNITTING PATTERN
Here is one of my favorite characters from Toy Story. This cuddly Green Alien from Pizza Planet would definitely make a wonderful addition to any Toy Story fan’s toy box.
The finished Toy Story alien will measure about 8.66 inches (22 cm) tall including the antenna. This is a simple alien knitting pattern that is knitted flat using DK and worsted yarn. To make the cutie you only need to know how to cast on, cast off, knit, purl, work increases and decreases, and sew. The Pizza Planet logo is added using simple embroidery techniques.
3. ROSWELL HAT KNITTING PATTERN
Let everyone know your fascination with aliens when you wear this Roswell inspired alien hat. This is a unique and fun alien knitting pattern. The pattern is one size fits most.
4. YIP YIPS (KNIT)
Who could forget these Sesame Street Yip Yip aliens? I loved these Martians and I love these free alien knitting patterns. Once completed, you could use these creatures as holiday stockings, toy storage, kids’ laundry, or whatever you want.
5. LITTLE MONSTERS - ALIEN KNITTING PATTERN TOY - PDF INSTANT DOWNLOAD
Do you know a little one that loves aliens? Make them this cute little set of 4. The alien knitting patterns work up quickly and are easy to knit. The average height of the aliens is 5 inches.
6. BABY YODA (GROGU) BABY BLANKET KNITTING PATTERN WITH CHART AND FULL WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS
Not all aliens are scary. Take Baby Yoda for instance. This cutie from Star Wars is so stinking cute! The pattern is simple to follow if you know the intarsia knitting technique.
Completed, the Grogu baby blanket will measure approximately 23.62 inches x 21.65 inches (60 cm x 55 cm). It can easily be enlarged by adding more rows and columns.
7. ALIEN INVASION KNIT BEANIE
Here is an intermediate level beanie alien knitting pattern. The Space Invaders hat would make a great gift for anyone that loves classic games.
8. ALIEN ADVENTURE TOY KNITTING PATTERNS
Your little one will have an adventure of their own when they play with this set of space toys. The download includes instructions for an alien and a spaceship. The completed alien will measure approximately 9.84 inches (25 cm) tall and the rocket ship about 6.69 inches (17 cm) tall.
9. ALIEN AND ROBOT
Are you on the hunt for some free alien knitting patterns? Here is a little alien and his tiny robot friend.
10. PDF KNITTING PATTERN - BABY GREEN ALIEN CHILD - KNIT FLAT - TOY KNITTING
Star Wars fans have gone crazy for Baby Yoda. And I am one of them. How could anyone not love the cute little troublemaker?
This Star Wars alien knitting pattern is worked flat, seamed, and stuffed. There are step-by-step instructions that will show you exactly how to finish the piece. Completed, Grogu will measure close to 11.81 inches (30 cm tall).
11. ANYBODY OUT THERE?
Are you an advanced level knitter that is familiar with double knitting and intarsia? Then this free alien knitting pattern would be a rewarding project. Not only can the pattern be used to make a scarf, but you can also use it to make a blanket.
12. PDF PATTERN - MULDER COWL | ALIEN OUTER SPACE KNIT COLORWORK COWL | WORSTED OR ARAN WEIGHT KNITTING PATTERN
Stay warm this winter wearing this extraterrestrial cowl. You can use any color combination you like. However, I must admit, I love the neon green and black combination. The cowl is knit on US8 and US9 16” circular knitting needles.
13. FLYING SAUCER CUSHION COVER, KNITTING PATTERN
Add a little whimsy to a child’s bedroom with a flying saucer pillow. Or toss it on your couch. Who’s to judge?
The alien knitting pattern was designed to fit a standard 20 inch (50 cm) throw pillow. It is knitted flat in one piece on straight needles.
14. FACEHUGGER KNITTING PATTERN
Here is one of the most terrifying aliens of all time. This is the facehugger alien from the Alien movies. Not only is this an amazing alien plushie for a Science Fiction movie fan, but the creepy thing is poseable too!
Do you have a child that hates to take a bath? Make them this alien themed washcloth. This is a beginner-friendly alien knitting pattern. It only uses basic knit and purl stitches. Finished, the cloth will measure close to 7 inches wide x 8 inches high.