February 2020: Table of Contents

Another year means another chance to make some pretty impressive patterns. And we promise, this issue won’t disappoint. Start by learning some new stitches in our Knitting Resolutions + Swatches section. Discover five gorgeous swatches that pair perfectly with a variety of knitting patterns, including scarves, pillows and cowls. Next, explore why everyone can’t stop talking about chenille yarn with the five brand new cozy projects, including socks, mitts, a cowl and an ultra-toasty sweater. Did we mention how soft chenille yarn is? It’s perfect for those blustery winter days.
If you’re a fan of the classic style of the royal family, don’t miss our royal round up boasting four beautiful patterns all fit for a queen or princess. My personal favorite is the Catherine Cardigan.
Plus, revisits last year’s favorite patterns with our round up 2019’s top 50 designs.
Happy knitting,


A quick and fun knit, this stylish bag is perfect for keeping your necessities within your reach at all times. Based on the original Eucalyptus Clutch, this bag features a taller body and an I-cord strap. Read 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 

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