Knitting is inspiring. Knitting is innovative. And yes, knitting is addictive. But more than ever this year, we decided that knitting is FUN. Thanks to the talented designers for I Like Knitting, 2017 was hands down the best time we’ve ever had creating each issue. Over the course of 6 new issues this year, weView Project
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It’s that time of year again! Time to knit warm and cozy things for yourself and for the ones you love. If you find yourself knitting things for your knitting friends and you are looking for the perfect card to accompany the perfect knit gift, these cards are for you.
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These simple fingerless mitts work up fast. Keep your hands warm and cozy with this simple pair of fingerless mitts made in 100% Virgin Wool yarn.
Be sure to check out the tour of the Harrisville Mill over in the December issue of I Like Knitting. Want to try your hand at crocheting? There’s a freeView Project
No more keeping your hands in your pockets because it’s too cold to clap. These wrist warmers are a must have on gameday and will look great in any team’s color combination.View Project
Knitting is back and it’s hotter than ever, but this isn’t your grandma’s knitting. Although, you should probably thank her for teaching you everything you know. Whether you picked up a pair of needles at a young age or started later, there’s no doubt knitting has changed your life.
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Welcome to the addictive world of knitting! You are embarking on a thrilling creative path, which will introduce you to a global network of fellow crafters and a whole new avenue of gift-giving and decoration. We have collected some basic tips and tricks for knitting beginners to make sure that you get off to aView Project
Learn how to do a provisional cast on with this lovely tutorial from Paola Albergamo. You can use this tutorial to help you complete the Boccioli Infinity Scarf from the April 2017 issue of I Like Knitting. Enjoy!
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Mary Beth Temple’s latest book, Bath Knits: 30 Projects Made to Pamper, will introduce a whole new level of luxury to your knit projects. Released on February 1 of this year, Bath Knits features everything you need to “treat yourself” during your bath time routine. After tackling the classic necessities such as washcloths and hand towels, readers canView Project
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
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