Father's Day Knitting Ideas

Father’s Day is just around the corner and there’s no better way to show him you care than with a custom, handknit gift. In our experience, men are irresistibly drawn to the natural shades of Bare Naked Wools—don’t leave without choosing one of our appealing yarns to ensure durability and breathable comfort. The smile on his face will make every stitch well worth the effort. Here are five knitting pattern ideas he will love this Father’s Day:

1. Bloch Ness

Bloch Ness is a relaxed fitting cardigan with ribbed details to turn heads for certain. Its five simple pieces are knit flat, bottom-up and seamed, making this garment a very portable, quick knitting project.

2. Open and Folds Cabled Scarf

Imagine this handsome scarf laid over his favorite sweater. Open and Folds features a classic cabled look without all the hassle. Once memorized, it travels well and will make a fun knitting pattern to give. 

3. Movie Night Sock

Give him a good excuse for a relaxing night in! Movie Night Sock is a convenient one-skein project that will allow the coziness to stay. The interesting rib texture will catch his eye and become a long-lived favorite. 

4. Champlain Set

The ultimate Father’s Day Gift is the popular Champlain set. The masculine colorwork in shades of Kent DK give a vintage effect you won’t find anywhere else. The colorwork yoke is a simple slip-stitch pattern set against a field of cozy textured rib. Added bonus, the hat serves as a swatch for a future Champlain sweater project!

5. Glasstower

Glasstower is a two-tone retro patterned cowl that will add a gratifying touch to his wardrobe. Worked completely in the round, it’s a no stress way to experiment with color knitting. 

At Bare Naked Wools, we have hundreds of unisex knitting patterns that are size inclusive to suit your gifting needs. Our natural yarns will hit the spot as they support sustainable production with no chemicals or dyes. Tag us in your finished projects @barenakedwools @knitspot and subscribe to our newsletter for more knit inspo.

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