The Beginner Collection: 5 Easy Breezy Patterns
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If you are a beginning knitter but are intimidated by the idea of trying new patterns and techniques, stop and relax, this is the perfect pattern to get you started. It’s really straight forward, doesn’t need a lot of yarn or different notions and you’ll probably finish it in less than a week. Finishing something gives such a sense of accomplishment and it’s good to have that at the start of your knitting journey. Read More 


Grayson is a  quick-to-work project that’s deeply textured and features an easily mastered pattern of only 2 rounds. Its stretchiness lends itself to a variety of wearing options, and will easily fit a wide range of sizes. Read More 


Social knitters and beginners alike will rejoice at the simplicity of the Piper Shawl. Stripes are a fun way to keep the stitches flowing without having to stop every few stitches to check one's place in a pattern repeat but still have a bit of visual interest to keep it fun. Shown here with the Classic Shades Hat, if you’re interested in crochet! Read More 


Gwendolyn utilizes an easy 3 row repeat pattern that creates an open windowpane looking scarf. The result is a scarf  that lies softly around the neck and has a nice drape. Read More 


Raelyn is a super-fast beginner scarf  that is knit in bulky weight yarn. The broken rib pattern is visually interesting and easy to master for a finished look that anyone can achieve. Read More 


This version of the Raelyn scarf trades the fringe in for a closed loop cowl structure. The broken rib stitch still looks incredible and people will never guess how easy it is to knit. Read More