Here's a scarf that's truly bacon inspired. For this adorable knit craft, follow the simple pattern and you'll love the results. Enjoy your Makin' Bacon Scarf this winter!
Do something new and exciting with fabric dye tie-dye the yarn and then knit a scarf. The tie-dye yarn gives you beautiful variations in color throughout the scarf. The scarf knitting pattern is included.
You see them all over the stores, but have you ever wondered how to knit a potato chip scarf? Try this Soft and Smoky Potato Chip Scarf. It's fashionable and easy! Free knit scarf patterns are perfect when it comes to thinking of holiday gifts.
Keep your arms warm and your hands free to grip a nice warm cup of cocoa with this wonderful knitting project. Made from Red Heart yarn, these super soft arm warmers will become your favorite.
This knit ear warmer headband is inspired by a headband from Urban Outfitters! Knit your own with this knitted ear warmer pattern. It's simple to make, and cinching it in the middle creates a faux bow look.
Some people say teach me how to knit a scarf. Well now you can learn just that. Make this wave cable scarf pattern. Valley Yarns is used, just follow the legend given.
Working with the Red Heart's Boutique Sashay yarn or any of the other similar types of yarns available, you can create a fun and easy scarf in about two hours or so!
This drawstring neck warmer will keep you warm in the coldest cold! For the beginning knitter, these easy projects make great holiday gifts!
Use this quick and easy knitting pattern to create a skinny scarf or tie belt. The unique yarn color and fringe make it fantastic to wear either way.
In just one hour, you can start and complete this Fast Finger Knit Headband. Finger knitting projects are perfect for anyone who doesn't have a pair of needles on hand. You can make a headband anywhere at anytime - all you need is yarn. This project is completely customizable, all you have to do is adjust the rows to make it bigger or smaller. This is a great project for a baby, child or adult - it's completely up to you.