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.
This basic free knitting pattern can be adapted to fit a variety of styles. Get your knitting needles ready to make a scarf that's perfect for fall and easy to knit.
This beautiful and cozy pillow has a houndstooth design that will warm up your living room. Try this easy knit pillow cover pattern for all skill levels.
Knit a cute, striped cover for a floor pillow to match the decor in your room.
This Knitted Serpentine Pattern is great for those who are new to cable knitting. You can use this motif when creating scarves, sweaters, wraps, and more. The twisted snake look is a traditional technique that every knitter should know how to do!
This free knit pattern calls for knitting needles along with two double pointed needles to make an i-cord. This is a great green craft to recycle old yarn you have laying around. Just one ball of yarn can create two headbands.
This fun, textured cape is easily thrown over an outfit with chunky buttons to take it off and on.
This Opulent Knit Cable pattern is great for making sweaters and scarves. It's easy enough for new knitters and is a great cable pattern for those who are new to creating a cable stitch pattern.
This knitted belt, made quickly on a knitting board, is a great way to perk up an outfit
This Irish Trace Cable Stitch Pattern is perfect for a winter scarf or a cozy sweater. While this is an easy pattern, experience using a cable needle is needed, since it's used in almost every row. This is a great way for knitting fans to challenge themselves with the slightly more complicated cable stitch.