Knitting is an extremely popular craft, and if you are looking to learn to knit or are searching for top knitting projects, you've come to the right place!
This warm chevron cowl is a fun way to add some bright color to any winter wardrobe. This easy free pattern is a great way to use up your stash yarn, or can also be knitted using your favorite colors.
This light, floaty top is based loosely on a wrap I saw on the Anthropologie website. I knew I could knit something similar, but I also wanted to make some changes to the design. Many people have asked how I made this,...
This pullover is knitted from hoodie to bottom with raglan yoke construction. Simply start with two cables in flat knitting from hoodie and form a Horseshoe cable when knitting in the round for body.
Are you searching for a soaker pattern that will keep your baby covered without overwhelming him? Something that is full and flexible, that will move with his every movement? A cover pattern, designed for use with 100%...
Babies need hats for all season to cover their small heads. This is very easy and basic baby hat free knitting pattern. I enclosed How-to knit step by step video to encourage the beginner knitters.
If you enjoy knitting as much as I do and especially knitting dishcloths. Then you are probably always on the look out for a new fun pattern to knit.
This beautiful shawl uses only basic knitting stitches. Warm enough to protect you from a chill and perfect to throw on with a top and jeans, this shawl can also add a special touch to dressy attire.
This charming neckwarmer features a colorful design of falling leaves while displaying some of your favorite colors of yarn. This free knitting pattern includes directions to make a cowl or a scarf.
For these cozy and colorful fingerless mitts, I used an array of worsted weight (medium weight) yarn, along with some dk weight (light weight) and some bulky (heavy weight) yarn, from my ever-decreasing stash. I’m...