It’s that time of year again: we’ve looked through all our data and compiled the most popular knitting patterns from 2019, and this year’s list will not disappoint. Full of projects for the bold hearted, this roundup boasts daring designs packed with fearless color choices and adventurous accents. From classic pillows and cozy cardigans, to beautiful hats, scarves and sweaters, this list covers it all.Read More
Articles and Interviews
Learn more about the craft you love with these knitting articles and interviews.
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There’s something so special about the perfect knitted wrap. Not only do they effortlessly add color to a neutral outfit, but they keep you warm during winter, can be dressed up or down, and are just so much fun to knit! In this exciting release, author Marie Greene delivers a collection ofRead More
Release date: February 11, 2020
This year, make it your resolution to clean up your yarn stash! All you need are your needles and the 25 stashbusters in this upcoming release. Make a festive garland to add a pop of whimsy to your home. Or whip up some trendy storage pots or pencil cases — youRead More
Knitters, prepare yourselves: the first official Harry Potter knitting book is about to hit the shelves at the end of January! Including more than 25 authentic Harry Potter knits, fans of this franchise will discover classic gift ideas for every Potter fan they know. Boasting gorgeous full-color photography, this book includes patterns for clothing, homeRead More
Release date: January 14, 2020
Sweater knitting is intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. With insightful books like Sweaters 101, knitters utilize step-by-step tutorials that cover the core techniques every knitter needs to know — including blocking, sweater construction and how to achieve the correct gauge. As your skills and confidence grow, practice what you’veRead More
Get your knitting pals together and take on some strategic stitching in the form of a card game. Real yarn not needed, the game includes 116 cards with stunning photos of yarn, patterns, cast-ons and more. The object of the game? Earn points by stashing the right yarn, for the right pattern and play yourRead More
This adorable handmade tool holder is made with makers in mind. Perfect for knitting needles, scissors, pencils and pens, this stoneware piece looks right at home on a craft room or office desk. The tiny holes are great for needles while the larger hole is great for scissors and other larger items.Read More
Stop digging in couch cushions for your missing stitch marker or needle, and get yourself a knitting caddy. With pockets for needles and yarn alike, everything is within arm’s reach. Now you can get up and make another cup of coffee without your needles disappearing or your yarn ball rolling to the floor.Read More
Are large and bulky projects on your knitting list this year? You may want to consider this needle system that helps you handle hundreds of stitches at a time. Made of rosewood, brass, and pliable nylon cord, these needles are similar to bamboo in weight but much smoother for stitch transfer. Now you can seeRead More
Pantone announced the color of 2020 just in time for the new year. Classic Blue, according to Pantone, instills calm, confidence and connection. They describe it as a color that “highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation … as we cross the threshold into a new era.” At I Like Knitting, we have always loved blue, and over the years, designers have gravitated towards this color naturally, creating an array of beautiful blue designs.Read More