Loom knitting is a great way to break into knitting if you haven't quite gotten the hang of knitting with needles. Learn all about knitting looms and looming patterns using our free loom knitting patterns!
These are so much nicer and thicker than the potholders you can buy in the store, and now you can make them to match your kitchen dcor. Plus, they are easy to knit and work up quickly. So, save yourself a trip to the store and knit a few today.
With a few simple measurements and calculations, you will be able to make slippers for anyone, from your childs baby doll up to Great Grandpa! Not only that, but you will be able to use any weight yarn, the stitch of your choice, and different gauge knitt
Keep your ears warm with this double knit hat with cute ear flaps. This is a great little project to use up some of your left over partial skeins.
Enjoy free knitting patterns for mittens like these warm knitted wool mittens that are sure to keep your hands toasty all winter long.
This beautiful free knitting pattern to make a matching hat, scarf and mittens involves smooth stockinette, ribs, and cables. Bulky wool makes it all very warm and cozy.
What a great way to keep baby extra warm and cuddly with easy open button front and drawstring hood.
This set of four, different-colored knitted coasters is a fun and easy project and makes a delightful gift. It's also a great way to use up some left over yarn.
These knitted gloves offer lots of warmth for the hands and wrists with the fingers free. This glove is shaped to fit comfortably around each finger.
Loom knitting uses a wood or plastic knitting loom instead of needles to knit fabric from yarn. In loom knitting, the yarn is wrapped around the pegs of the loom in a simple weaving technique. Also, this article answers, "What is a knitting board?"