Before you begin knitting, you must learn how to tie a slipknot and how to cast on.
Give little knit strawberries as ornaments, use as table decoration or knit as an addition to a child's play kitchen. These little strawberries would make great embellishments for gift bags or even totes.
Knit a long, lightweight vest in various lace patterns with this tunic vest knitting pattern. This is a great way to practice your knitting skills and not get bored.
Spa-quality bath mitts are easy to knit and are luxurious additions to any shower or tub. Knit a couple for a spa-themed gift basket with soaps and/or bath salts.
This vest knitting pattern can be used to make a colorful striped garment for a man or woman. Knit a long or short version based on your tastes.
This knit and felt project is an easy one. It's a relaxing craft as well. It can be used as a hand warmer, a muscle relaxer or just a decoration. This free knitting pattern is what you've been looking for. So go ahead and start crafting.
Once you have the desired number of cast on stitches, you can begin to knit or purl.
Finger knitting is done without needles and is a great way to introduce children to knitting. With their new skill, kids can make scarves, headbands, and toys. The basic concept of knitting is grasped before kids every pick up a knitting needle!
Everyone loves a good sock monkey! With this intermediate knitting pattern, make your own sock monkey from scratch complete with cute little hat and scarf.
Judy Graham, Hollywood knitter to the stars, shares a video tutorial for how to cast on in knitting. Her technique uses two needles to cast on with ease. With over fifty years of hand-knitting experience, you can trust her!