Top 5 bumble bee knitting patterns

Published on June 9, 2015 2 min read

Bumble bees pollinate 30% of food crops and up to 90% of the world’s wild flowers. Show your bee-pride with these 5 bumble bee inspired knitting patterns!

Bumble the bee by Amanda Berry

Aww! This little bee is ready to pollinate some plants, and knitted up in Robin DK you can’t go wrong. This bee is knitted flat in pieces and seamed up; this pattern includes row by row instructions and helpful photographs to assist knitters that are new to making toys.

Bumble Bee
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Bumble Bee

By Amanda Berry

Childeric's bees by Natalie Servant

This lace elegant scarf is created with wedge shaped repeats that can easily be increased or decreased to make your scarf the perfect length. It uses lace techniques, and the pattern is both written and charted. We love Spud and Chloe Fine in Popcorn for this project – you’ll need three hanks to make the size pictured here.

Childeric's bees
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Childeric's bees

By Natalie Servant

Honey baby romper set by T Bee Cosy

Doesn’t every bouncing baby need a bee-themed outfit? This adorable romper set is knit in DK weight yarn in several shades. We recommend Cascade Cherub DK. The little bees are knit in oddments of 4 ply yarn.

Honey Baby Romper Set
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Honey Baby Romper Set

By T Bee Cosy

Beeswax hat by Amy van de Laar

This hat is designed to be super stretchy, and fits most heads with a 20 inch or more circumference. The honeycomb is created using small cables, and the pattern includes instructions on how to mini-cable without a cable needle. You’ll need 2 skeins of Manos del Uruguay Silk Blend Semi-Solid yarn.

Beeswax hat
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Beeswax hat

By Amy van de Laar

HoneyBee by Myla Vayner

Babies love texture, so this honeycomb baby blanket is a perfect choice for any new arrival. Using simple knitting techniques, even most beginners can tackle this pattern successfully! We love MillaMia Naturally Soft Aran; you’ll need 6 balls for this blanket!

HoneyBee
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HoneyBee

By Myla's Knit Corner / Myla Vayner

Un-bee-lievable yellow yarns

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