With Breaking Dawn, the latest installment of the Twilight Saga, due to come out November 18 of this year, I can barely contain myself! If you are a fan of the books or the movies then you can understand my excitement. I have already made plans to see it opening night with a few of my friends who also happen to love the Twilight series.
If you have not yet seen any of the last three Twilight films this doesn’t mean that you can’t still convert and become a die-hard Twilight fan like the rest of us! The basic plot of the books/movies shows the main character, Bella, and her intense relationships with her boyfriend Edward and close friend Jacob. Of course, thrown into the mix with this love triangle, is the fact that Edward happens to be a vegetarian vampire and Jacob eventually becomes a werewolf. So while the movies are centered on these themes of attraction, love, and friendship there is also the element of supernatural action that makes things even more interesting.
Trust me, the movies are worth seeing and the books are worth reading. I can hardly wait to see the next film. Just the other day I caught myself doing a mental countdown of how many days until the movie comes out! So in preparation for the films release I have decided to compile my own little collection called How to Knit Your Favorite Twilight Patterns.
Each of the free knitting patterns I plan to do are also perfect for the cold weather. Two of my favorites are the Rosalie Hale hat and the Twilight Rosalie scarf. These cute and comfy knitted pieces match each other perfectly and make whoever wears them look super chic.
Another one of the knitting patterns that I added is a project for a bear skin rug. I don’t know about the rest of you, but this knitted rug reminds me of Jacob, everyone’s favorite werewolf. This pattern is definitely something that I can picture being in Jacob’s house.
After Bella, I think that Alice is probably my favorite character. She always looks so cute and friendly. So, in my attempt to channel my inner Alice, I have decided to knit myself an Alice’s Twilight scarf as well as pair of Alice Cullen’s gloves. If you follow the free glove knitting pattern you can make a pair for yourself as well!
The last knit that I plan to make is the cool scarf that the character Carlisle wears in the movies. The Carlisle Twilight scarf pattern is simple and when you are done you can either keep it for yourself or give it to a fellow Twilight lover. So follow the knitting instructions if you are a fan of Carlisle’s style like I am! I found this knitting pattern, and all of the others, on our AllFreeKnitting site.
Well I definitely need to get to work if I want to get at least half of these done before Breaking Dawn comes out! Are you a big Twilight fan? If so, have you ever made any Twilight inspired projects? Have you ever done any Twilight knitting patterns? What kinds?
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