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The Best of 2021 Knitting Collection

Sweaters, ponchos, pullovers, beanies, and more. They’re all on our list of the best patterns from this year. How many of them did you make?

Dear Knitter,

Well, it’s been a year, hasn’t it? With so much of life in flux, it was a relief to have the familiarity of needles, yarn, and something to create. Knitting

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Baby’s First Fair Isle Cardigan

Start making the cutest clothing and accessories for your favorite little person today when you join the I Like Knitting Gold Club! The Gold Club puts the ultimate collection of patterns in your hands anytime you feel like knitting.

Let’s be honest, is there anything cuter than an adorable baby wearing a cardigan? Maybe if

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These delicate, fingerless mitts are perfection for chilly days!

A lacy pattern with tiny nupps decorates Quenna Lee’s Mock Cabled Mitts.

Fingerless gloves are so helpful to ward off the chill, while still keeping your fingers free for knitting (or texting, typing, chopping wood—you get the picture!). These beauties will definitely help you fight off the winter blues while leaving your fingers unrestricted.

Quenna’s design is

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Use your favorite stitch patterns in this classic pullover!

The details in Lana Jois’s Chamomile Pullover take a classic sweater silhouette from good to great! She uses ribbing, garter stitch, and stockinette to perfection here, taking all of the best things about each stitch and showcasing them in interesting ways.

Hem, cuffs, and a turtle neck are worked in knit 1 purl 1 ribbing, a

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Will You Be Our Valentine?

Dear Knitting Enthusiast,

When love is in the air, it’s time to grab the yarn and make these Cupid-approved designs. These patterns come from the heart and they make terrific gifts for all your loved ones, including yourself. This collection of 25+ Valentine knits has something for everyone: Toddler-sized sweaters for the little ones in your

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A Dynamic Collection of Patterns You Can Make With Circular Needles

Learn 10 new ways to knit in the round! Our dynamic collection of circular needle patterns is ready when you are as part of your I Like Knitting Gold membership.

For knitters, going in circles doesn’t mean getting nowhere—it means a fun, easy, seamless way to knit! For you, knitting with circular needles means working your

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A Freshly Baked Brioche Knitting Collection: 11 Beautiful Patterns

Feel good and look good all winter with the 11 brioche knitting patterns in this updated, hand-picked collection of favorites.

If you’ve ever had the good fortune to step into a French bakery, you’ve hopefully had the chance to experience a pastry made of brioche. Somehow rich and decadent, yet light and puffy at the

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Your February 2022 issue of I Like Knitting is Packed with Potential!

ILK February 2022 Cover

Fisherman’s rib, creative cables, cozy chenille, sweet socks and more are on the February menu of projects. From beginner to expert, there’s a project here for you!

Dear Knitting Friend,

It’s a new year, and time for new projects — from essential (and lovely!) sweaters to whimsical and romantic accessories. There’s still plenty of winter left in

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The One-Skein Knitting Patterns Collection: 5 Favorite Patterns

It’s time to turn those random single skeins into something beautiful and fun!

I’ll admit it. I have so many single skeins of yarn that I overbought for projects that never happened, or that didn’t take as much yarn as I thought they would. It’s so hard to resist a half-off sale – especially when it’s

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Add some plaid with this quick, funky cowl!

The Lakeside Cowl is a rustic, large-gauge cowl that will keep you cozy at the lake, a ball game, or on the town. This chunky, colorful cowl is easy knitting at its best, with a little faux plaid detail thrown in to elevate the style quotient.

Designer Abbye Dahl works magic with her creative designs, and

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