Yarn is categorized by weight, or how many stitches in a gauge of 4 inches. The thinner the yarn, the more stitches in the gauge. The thicker the yarn, the less stitches in the gauge.
Cover your personal diary or daily notebook with this free knitting pattern for a felted journal cover. Felting after knitting helps hide imperfections and is therefore very helpful to beginner knitters.
All of us can use some help with all the abbreviations we need when using a knitting pattern. Ive gathered as many of the abbreviations I could find, but let us know if we left one out!
Use this fun knitting pattern for kids to create a pair of fur cuffs. These fur cuffs can be worn on the wrist or used as boot inserts to keep kids warm and stylish through the winter.
Knit a cute, striped cover for a floor pillow to match the decor in your room.
Put the finishing touch on any room with this knitted striped throw and matching rug. This knitting project is a quick and easy way to add your own creative flair to your home.
This Diamond and Moss Knitting Pattern is great for making scarves and sweaters. Made using a simple knit and purl pattern, this simple knitting motif is easy to master and looks professional. Create a textured scarf or dishcloth in no time with this fun and stylish knitting pattern.
You cannot knit or crochet from an unwound pile of yarn. To easily make a center-pull ball of yarn without a ball winder or any special equipment, follow these instructions.
Knit leggings are back in style! With this fun pair of leggings, you can be fashionable (and warm) in no time. There is a color change, but if you're comfortable with making the switch, this is a great project for beginners!
Be practical, earth-friendly and stylish as you tote around your belongings in this knit shopping sack. Have fun creating your own and passing them out to all your friends.