Wendy Knits


Wendy shares all the details of her knitting projects, making it easy for fellow knitters to follow along. And Lucy the cat adds a dose of cuteness to every post.

Happy Easter
by Wendy over 2 years ago
Happy Birthday, Loki!
by Wendy over 2 years ago

Chic Knits


Chic Knits offers modern knitwear designs and loads of tips for modern knitters. Be sure to check out the free and paid patterns - our favorite, the Twist, a cute little hooded cardi.

Travels [with Knitting] Part 2
by Bonne Marie 11 months ago
New Threads Friday: FISHER LASSIE
by Bonne Marie about 1 year ago

Crazy Aunt Purl


Hook and Needles is full of great tips and informative videos. We like the range of how to offerings, from videos on casting off to how to add pockets.

Claudia's Blog


This little blog has lots of great info for newbies and old pros alike. We especially liked "Everything I Know About Putting in a Zipper."

Moving Day
by claudia over 2 years ago
Hello Again
by claudia almost 3 years ago

Knit and Tonic


We love the book reviews, awesome photos, and doses of every day life at this blog. The patterns are hot too - be sure to check out the Sizzle tank!

De-Stash, Second Installment of a Gazillion
by Wendy over 2 years ago
Let the De-stash for Fancy Nancy Begin!
by Wendy over 2 years ago

Sarah's Knitting Blog


Sarah is About.com's knitting expert. Her blog is full of great patterns, knitting news, book reviews, and gift ideas.

Hook and Needles


Hook and Needles is full of great tips and informative videos. We like the range of how to offerings, from videos on casting off to how to add pockets.



At this blog, you’ll find posts all about knitting and some about tatting too. We love the patterns and original designs – the Jae Buckle Tank especially rocks.

Rose-Kim Knits


You’ll find some lovely finished objects, along with links to the patterns, at this blog. One of our favorites is the Cable Braided Necklace.

Cleaning My Queue
by Jessica over 2 years ago
by Jessica over 2 years ago

Whit Knits


This blogger shares their projects, finished objects, and yarn finds. We love the conversational style and the gorgeous photos.

snapshots: backlit lace
by whitney 8 months ago
things i make for maddy: Red Stripe Pocket Pullover!
by whitney 8 months ago

Yarn Boy


If you're looking for knitting from a man's perspective, this blog is perfect. Jesse Loesberg's original designs and sense of humor will keep you coming back for more.

Spinning Alpaca Yarns


Here you'll find easy patterns, portable projects, new product announcements and more. Thanks to this blog, we were able to snag a free digital copy of Knitting Magazine's 100th issue - sweet!

Untangling Knots


This blog has some lovely designs, sure to inspire. We love the Stray beret and are sure you will too.

I Made a Skirt
by Andi over 2 years ago
Not Nice Knitting
by Andi over 2 years ago

Knit Hacker


Knit Hacker is all about mixing it up. The blog encourages knitters to blend and tweak patterns to create something truly unique.

stop, collaborate and listen
by knithack over 2 years ago
Frosted Crochet Cookies by Repeat Crafter Me
by knithack over 2 years ago

Love of Knitting


From New Year’s resolutions to free patterns, this new blog is full of inspiring posts. Check out the Afterthought Thumb for a cool way to modify patterns.

May Crochet GIVEAWAY!
by Jamie over 2 years ago
Top secret! – Mother’s Day gift update
by Jamie over 2 years ago



Ivete posts finished projects, WIPs, and patterns. Check out the free Eva Clutch pattern – it’s a quick knit you’re sure to love.

Moved my blog!
by Ivete Tecedor almost 3 years ago
November's featured pattern
by knittingpatterns4you almost 3 years ago

Loops Yarn Blog


At Loops, you’re going to find updates from the Tulsa, Oklahoma yarn store, along with tips, finished projects, and gift ideas. We love the giving spirit of this shop and hope you’ll check out the Hats that Smile information to find out how you can knit hats for cancer patients.

Musings of a (Mostly) Self-Taught Knitter


Many knitters are self-taught which makes this blog a welcome read. Follow Karen as she completes projects, finds great patterns, and discovers new yarns.