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!
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.
Fingerless gloves are great for when your hands are chilly but you still need to be able to work with your fingers. The pom-pom yarn used for the cuffs is fun and fancy.
Knitting mittens is a great way to spend a cold and rainy afternoon. These Wicked Knit Mittens, for example, are fun to make and show off! Combine whatever two colors you like, although the neon pinks and greens look great together!
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.
Knit an adorable newsboy cap with button strap and cable detailing. This cable hat knitting pattern is stylish and fun, and allows intermediate knitters to practice cabling.
Keep your hands free while your wrists stay warm in these fingerless gloves. Beautiful cabled knit pattern for the intermediate level knitter.
This unique hat and scarf set is knit diagonally and finished off with fun pom-poms. This hat and scarf knitting pattern can be adapted to adults or children.
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.