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Today is the anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission that put humans on the moon. You can celebrate by making one of these knit or crocheted accessories with out of this world inspiration.

Judy’s Rainbow – Knit

rainbow scarf knitting pattern

Maybe rainbows aren’t technically out of our atmosphere, but they still remind me of epic adventures.

Get the pattern here on Ravelry .

This sample uses mini skeins from Space Cadet Yarns.

Stargaze Shawl – Crochet

I wonder if Neil Armstrong ever looked out at the stars as a child and dreamed of what he’d accomplish. For all the dreamers, there is the Stargaze Shawl featuring SweetGeorgia Yarns. It’s available on Ravelry.

crochet shawl

copyright Sweet Georgia

Soul Stone Scarf – Crochet

Everyone’s favorite space adventure (at least according to box office) is Avengers: End Game. This crochet pattern was inspired by the prequel Avengers: Infinity Wars.

Get the pattern here on Ravelry or on Love Crochet.

Biplane Scarf – Knit

Before there were space ships there were airplanes. This knit scarf harkens back to the predecessors of the modern space program. The luxe Mrs. Crosby Hat Box yarn is perfect for a bit of olden days nostalgia.

Pattern is available on Ravelry

Radio Waves Scarf – Crochet

crochet scarf pattern

How do we communicate with astronauts in space? Radio waves! This wave pattern inspired scarf uses Rowan Pure Wool or any fingering weight yarn. It features a keyhole to keep it in place, even in zero gravity.

Get the pattern here on Ravelry or on Love Crochet.