5 Websites Every Knitter Should Bookmark

websites knitters loveThere is so much information to be found online. Here is a list of 5 knitting websites I have found to be very helpful.

  1. Ravelry
    It is a free online community for users to keep track of their supplies, projects, and patterns and to find pattern inspiration. There are groups for almost every knitting niche you could imagine.
  2. Knitty
    Knitty is a free online knitting magazine. There are 4 issues a year, with a new issue released every season. Knitty has been around since 2002, so there are a lot of patterns to choose from. Patterns all have ratings based on the level of difficulty, so you will know before embarking on a pattern what sort of challenges you might encounter.
  3. Knitting Help
    Knitting Help has knitting videos showing you almost every aspect of knitting. You can learn cast-ons, increases and decreases, bind-offs and almost every stitch in between. I have been knitting for a few years but I still check out Knitting Help as a refresher. The quality of the videos is good. They provide clear close-ups of the stitches, audio is clear and the videos are pretty straightforward.
  4. Craftsy
    Craftsy is a great website with online classes, patterns, helpful articles and supplies for sale. I am in 28 classes, but I have only purchased 9 of those. The other 19 were free classes. I learn well via the online format so I really enjoy Craftsy.
  5. New Stitch A Day
    Staying with the idea of video – New Stitch A Day provides exactly what their name entails. The vidoes are great quality and the website is organized so you can browse based on the type of stitch you’re looking for.

These websites are great resources for knitting. I have them bookmarked and use them regularly.

Do you have any knitting websites that are a great source of information? Let me know and I’ll add them to my list!

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