Cakes sure are fun to bake, but what if you’re not a fan of getting creative in the kitchen? Today, I’ve extended my love of all things cake to the knitting world and included a round-up of amazing patterns for knitted cakes that you can easily make yourself — no flour required!Read more
When you’re a crafter, your creations slowly begin to cover every corner of your home. Not in a bad way though, just in a “Thanks. I made it!” kind of way. Like, who wouldn’t want a home covered in knitted pillows and blankets and general yarn goodness? Sounds cozy to me! This collection of knit pillow patterns will help you speed up the cozy craft takeover. These patterns are so easy to make and you can stitch them right up from your computer screen.Read more
Are you ready to get busy making knitted Christmas ornaments? The holidays will be here before we know it. Knitted ornaments are fun to make, and they are a great way to use up some of your scrap yarn.Read more
If your family sits around the table to eat, you know the importance of placemats. Placemats make cleanup easy, and they protect the table from unnecessary damage. Everyday store-bought placemats are boring and drab. Liven up your kitchen table by working up some of these knitted placemat patterns.Read more
Are you learning how to knit? One of the easiest projects to start with is a coaster. Knit coaster patterns are often very easy to complete and work up quickly. Most coasters are knit using only the basic knit and purl stitches.
If you know how to knit and purl, you will be able to complete most of the following patterns.Read more
Are you a tea enthusiast? If so, you need something to keep your teapot warm. A tea cosy is a perfect answer. These tea cosy knit patterns will keep your pot insulated while adding decoration.
Below are 30 tea cosy knit patterns. We have included everything from cute and whimsical to elegant and stylish. And there are both free tea cosy knitting patterns and paid patterns.Read more