There are so many inspiring new things to knit this season – here are ten colorful, contemporary knitting patterns to add to your project queue.
Come on, Christmas crafts! I think it’s clear that the pom pom and tassel train is going full steam, and it’s pretty great. Off to pom all the things, friends!
Fall is in the air! A full half of this week’s picks are beanies, which means temps are finally starting to drop enough (in this hemisphere at least) to start getting some use out of our finished knits.
Yay! New Halloween costume ideas are starting to be published on the blogs this week! Can you deal with the cuteness?
Looking at all the projects published on the blogs this week, you can tell that yarn season is officially open!
I love how refreshing this collection of ideas is this week. You’ve got great tutorials on crochet projects, a knit tshirt yarn clutch (and you know I love those), and even that rare unicorn of a tutorial – a flower loom DIY!
Tomorrow is Halloween! I’m super excited to get in my scarecrow getup again and have blast hanging out with friends and family.
It’s hard to believe the last month of summer is winding down already! The great thing about being a knitter, though, is that the drop in temperatures and shortened days means knitting season is here. I know some knitters who only like to knit when it’s cold out, specifically around the winter holidays in many…
After assembling this month’s Things to Knit, it’s very clear that shawls were big among indie designers in June. Shawls, shawl-shaped sweaters, and wraps were published in full force. It’s no surprise – with their adaptability to different kinds of weather and suitability to lightweight yarns, shawls and wraps are kind of the perfect summer knit.