18 Easy Knitting Stitches You Can Use for Any Project - Ideal Me
Learning to knit can be completely overwhelming but our list of 18 easy knitting stitches you can use for any project will have you knitting up a storm.
Headband and Headwrap Knitting Patterns
Knitting patterns for head bands, ear warmers, head wraps, and head scarves to keep you warm, fashionable, with minimal mussing of your hair style. Great for quick gifts, stocking stuffers, and stash yarn! Most patterns are free.
Seamless Spring Sweater
This simple beauty is a joy to knit as well as wear. The Seamless Spring Sweater is a gorgeous ice blue sweater perfect for variable early season weather. This lovely knit sweater pattern features raglan sleeves and a top down construction. The Seamless Spring Sweater would make a great first sweater pattern for knitters who are ready to move on from scarves and hats. This beautiful blue sweater is a great option for spring, but is a classic year-round basic you'll love owning.
Have you ever been joyfully knitting along, and your project seemed to be progressing just fine and Oh No...you see that you dropped a stitch a few rows back?! Not to worry! You don't have to rip out all your rows back to that spot! I'll show you how to use this nifty little trick to put that...
Free Knitting Patterns You Have to Knit | Interweave
Get over 200 free knitting patterns from Interweave including patterns for knitted hats, socks, scarves, gloves as well as techniques, stitches, and much more! You'll find everything you need to continue your knitting with our amazing resources and expertise!
No Wrap, No Gap Short Row Heel Tutorial
I used to have this tutorial on my old blog, and I've had problems with the pictures, so I'm going to re-post it here with new pictures. I saw this method on some pattern somewhere, but I have since forgotten where. I don’t take credit for this Method of Short Rows. There is no wrapping, and no holes. Start off with your heel stitches on one needle (I just cast on for the purpose of the tutorial, but these would be the heel stitches of your sock): Slip the first stitch purlwise (and every…