Free pattern + 3 part video tutorial. This pattern is easy to memorize and versatile – I give instructions in the video for how to make it any size, using any yarn and hook size.Check This Out
No matter how you twist this cowl around your head and neck, you always look perfectly dressed. With no wrong sides, luxurious cashmere blend yarn, and a fair isle stripe pattern to keep the knitting interesting. Free pattern + three-part video tutorial.Check This Out
To see the card-making part of this collaboration, visit Kristina Werner’s video. New to knitting? You can see my knitting basics video playlist here. Or, here is a good first project for new knitters, which also teaches you to knit. Instructions for working this scarf bookmark are as follows: Using leftover sock yarn and size […]Check This Out
The Granny Ripple is a traditional stitch, that I have made especially friendly for knitters learning crochet, and new crocheters. This free pattern includes links to a five-part instructional video.Check This Out
Click here to get your free copy of the pattern! IMPORTANT NOTE: The pattern designer has updated and changed the pattern since I released the video tutorial in 2013. The construction and the techniques used are the same, but the row-by-row instructions I use in the video are different than written in the updated pattern. […]Check This Out
These fingerless gloves are knit side-to-side, with a picot edge around the hand, and the thumb openings.
Free pattern + five-part video tutorial.Check This Out
Whether you have experience using double-pointed needles or not, you can knit these fingerless mitts!
Free pattern + links to a 4-part video tutorial.Check This Out
Calling all Downton Abbey fans – this week’s new video tutorial is the Downton Hat. Designed by Annie of knitsofacto.com, she offers a huge range of sizes from baby to adult. If you haven’t started Christmas knitting yet, here’s how to get your loved ones looking as fancy as Lady Crawley.Check This Out
Traditional granny squares, free pattern + 4-part video tutorial.Check This Out
This lovely scarf, called Saroyan, is designed by Liz Abinante of feministy.com. After receiving a ton of requests for this, I’m happy to offer this video tutorial on Liz’s design.
Free pattern + 3 part video tutorial.Check This Out