Full-time United Kingdom knitter Jan Brown has some of the best customers around: dogs. Through her business Knitted with Love, Brown creates handmade sweaters, neck warmers, and entire outfits for furry friends around the world, especially those in need. Inspired by her passion for greyhounds, Brown doesn’t just sell her knit items—she also donates themView Project
I Like Knitting Blog
Images from Ohhio Braid’s Kickstarter page
If you have fallen in love with the chunky knit trend, then Ohhio yarn will be your next addiction. Knitting with arms instead of needles, the Ukraine-based business has been selling yarn as well as luxurious blankets, cowls, and other chic styles since 2015, and the demand for their simple andView Project
I Like Knitting is giving Santa a run for his money this year by bringing you 12 days of free patterns from December 1 to December 12. Each day, we’ll release one of our patterns for free, so keep coming back to this blog to discover our latest digital present. Even better, every pattern will be availableView Project
Today is the day when all the firefighting accessories will join the vest and hat from last time: an adorable Dalmatian, a squirting hose (just yarn, not water), and a soft but realistic axe. This set is the perfect way to bring your child’s playtime to life, and I’m sure the anticipation has been highView Project
Welcome back to the Knit Along party! Today, we’ll be working up the vest and hat. Soon, your little one will be fighting fires with all the necessary equipment and a helpful little Dalmatian.
16 sts and 28 rows= 4” [10 cm] in St st on larger needles (for clothing pieces)
12 sts and 20 rndsView Project
Knitting is fun, and knitting together is even better! Today, we’re going to start our newest Knit Along: The Firefighter Set from Jessica Anderson. This time, we’ll gather the materials and in the next two posts, we will create an outfit and all the essential gear for your firefighter.
Here’s how the designer Jessica described her patterns:
Hi, this is Jessica from Mama In A Stitch blog and today I’d like to show you how to knit the “broken rib” stitch. This is a super easy pattern that you can try once you’ve got knit and purl mastered. If you’re a beginner wanting to stretch your skills just a bit, this isView Project
At I Like Knitting, we have seen that the popularity of scarves has stayed strong throughout 2016, so the innovation has continued. The Craft Yarn Council and its thriving community of passionate yarn experts have created a template for a magnificently colossal scarf that—literally—dwarfs regular scarves. This collaboration has resulted in I Like Knitting’s versionView Project
Hi knitters! This is Jessica from Mama In A Stitch blog, and I’d like to share a pattern with you for a “sunny” little dishcloth. During the warmer months of the year, it’s nice to have easy, small projects to throw in your bag to take the pool or on vacation. This is a superView Project
Our June shoot was a blast! We had a lot of fun styling all of the different pieces in this issue and pretending it was summer even though we were indoors. The tricky part about building a magazine is that you have to work so far in advance that the weather usually doesn’t cooperate forView Project