Aren’t these fun? This new trio of knit ornament patterns are all about adding pops of color to your Christmas tree. This star, heart and bauble are inspired by classic Christmas ornaments, and are the biggest of the ornament series.
Brighten your tree with three knit ornaments inspired by winter gear!
If you’re looking to make your gifts just a little more personal this year, why not try knitting up a cozy for them? I think this wrapped wrap idea is perfect for smaller gifts like jewelry, but you can also adapt this pattern to fit a nice bottle of wine, coffee cup, or anything else you can think of.
Tuck in with your yarn and a cup of cocoa to to create something sweet this holiday season. We’ll knit and crochet ornaments to trim our trees, top our presents, and stuff our stockings starting November 28.
Knit an adorable cable knit beanie for winter with this free pattern that comes in adult and children’s sizes.
Enter to win two skeins of Louet Gems fingering yarn, a free knitting pattern, and a copy of The Knitter’s Journal. Plus, learn how to get 20% off in the Hands Occupied pattern store.
There’s something so whimsical about crochet! It’s so so perfect for creating structural objects like toys, hats and hooded garments, even for beginners. Crochet is just fun to do, and a great way to change up your crafting routine. Why not try one of these great new patterns this fall?
Exciting news! Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock, author of our Read Along Knit Along book The Smell of Other People’s Houses (TSOOPH), will be live chatting about the book in our Ravelry group this Wednesday, November 2 at 1 p.m. CST!
As a beginning knitter, I always found counting garter stitch rows challenging. Learn how to count garter stitch rows with this beginner friendly knitting video tutorial.