Once you have learned the basics of knitting, get ready to discover new knitting project ideas! I’ve designed the following simple knitting projects that I think you’ll love as a beginning knitter. Find my new easy scarf knitting patterns for beginners and more!
These are all easy quick knit projects, that with the skills you’ve already learned in the Absolute Beginning Knitter Series, you can start knitting today. Choose one or more that excites you and start casting on stitches for your next knitting project.
Start knitting today! Please enjoy my collection of cute little quick knit projects, that with the skills learned in the Absolute Beginning Knitter Series, Choose one or more that excites you and start casting on stitches for your next knitting project.
Today, we are going to knit a Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf! This knitted fashion accessory is a cozy, super simple free pattern you can knit up right now. It’s beginner friendly, easy level, and uses just one skein of yarn (approx 204 yards). SAVE PATTERN TO PINTEREST FAVORITE PATTERN ON RAVELRY KNITTING […]
Knit a Bunny from a Square from the easy garter knit stitch pattern! These little cuties are quick knit Easter favorites for beginning knitters. Celebrate Springtime and Easter with this adorable little bunny easily shaped from a square knit in the simplest of knitting patterns, the Garter Stitch. From just a knitted square you will be […]
This Knitted Velvet Pillow is so soft and fun to make. I’m happy to share the Bernat Stitch Along knitting pattern and video tutorial with you. We begin by knitting up the Front Panel in the new silky soft Bernat Velvet yarn. Next, we add two overlapping Back Panels, then finish up by seaming our edges […]
Let’s knit up these really cleverly designed and easy to knit Baby Booties! I’ve been getting lots of requests from you guys for baby clothes and especially baby booties. I love the fortune cookie-like design and they are really easy to knit up for beginning knitters.
Today we’re knitting up this Unicorn Drink Cozy! Turn any drink into a unicorn with this easy pattern. It’s a great quick knit to make as gifts for your most fanciful friends. SAVE PATTERN TO PINTEREST FAVORITE PATTERN ON RAVELRY KNITTING MATERIALS to Knit a Unicorn Drink Cozy • Yarn in worsted or aran […]
Get Zen & Cozy when you new knit Yoga Socks! The New Year is a great time to focus on our fitness, well-being, balance, and where else is better to start than with yoga? They’re cozy, very simple to make, and they’re a great gift for yourself or your friends. This time of year it’s […]
Watch my LIVE Video with Kin Community > Check out my Summer Knit Series > How to Knit a Poppy Flower > I just arrived here in Anaheim for VidCon, got myself registered, and am super excited to find all my friends from YouTube’s Next Up and fellow creators at Kin Community! I wanted to […]
I’m planning our holiday tradition of hosting Thanksgiving’s feast here in San Francisco and these quick knit cozy and elegant Napkin Rings in Seed Stitch come out for guests every holiday. They are so easy to knit up and customize for your tablescape. SAVE KNITTING IDEA TO PINTEREST MATERIALS to Knit Napkin Rings In my examples, […]
Today, we are knitting up colorful Popsicle Cozies! Are you sick of and tired of the frustration of wrapping paper towels around your summery popsicle sticks? With you new Popsicle Cozies, you can stay cool, calm, and collected. This is a fun, super quick knit that I thought would be perfect for summer. It’s a […]
Today we are knitting up an easy Pillow in Hurdle Stitch Pattern. Pillows give your home decor an instant pop of color, both indoors and out! My recent Hurdle Knit Stitch pattern became instantly popular with everyone, so I thought it would be fun to design a project using this simple texture, too. We are […]
INTRODUCTION TO RAVELRY
Once that you have learned the basics of knitting, you are ready to discover new knitting projects! I have a great post on how to easily find knitting patterns on Ravelry. It is my favorite knitting website when I want to discover new projects and patterns. I like to say that Ravelry is sort of like a Facebook for knitters, but it’s really so much more. Not only can you search for great patterns, but you can see variations of how other people knitted those projects up, and get super inspired. You can also link up with other knitters by making friends, joining groups, and getting involved in forums.
First, you need to register on Ravelry.com, but it’s totally free to do so. After you have knitted up your project, you can post your photos on your Ravelry page, giving other knitters inspiration to knit up the same project. Oh, click here so we can become Ravelry Friends!
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