My How to Knit Blog is a mini journal that lets you know when I've added new pages to Simple-Knitting. It will also keep you updated with any knitting news or updates I've made as well.
If you notice on the right of this page and all my knitting pages, I now have a 'what's new box' that lists the most 'Recent Articles' I've added. I think it's a great feature and makes it easier for you to see what's new right away.
If you are interested in subscribing to an RSS feed you can still use that also. Click on the small orange box right beside the title 'Recent Articles'. Then simply follow the instructions in order to add Simple-Knitting.com to your RSS feed. It's very simple to do.
The benefit of the RSS feed is that you're kept up to date with the latest knitting news at Simple-Knitting.com. The updates are short which makes it quick and easy for you to decide whether or not you want to read the full page.
Or if you are looking for specific pages you can find them on my Sitemap page. There, you'll find a listing of all my knitting pages.
Thanks for visiting and happy knitting.
This cozy hat and mittens knitting pattern set is an easy quick knitting project using two needles and basic knitting stitches.
Here’s a great super scarf knitting pattern. This easy scarf pattern is fun to knit using simple knit and purl stitches and it’s great for new knitters.
We have our first knitting forum member over at Knitters Digest Forum. Yippee! I'm very happy and excited to welcome Janet as the first member to our knitting community.
My new Knitters Digest knitting forum is open to all who love to knit so join me and help make Knitters Digest your fun tight-knit knitting community.
Use your love for knitting by knitting for charity. Here's what you need to look for, questions to ask, and how to get started with knitting charities.
The horseshoe lace stitch is a classic and beautiful lace pattern originating in the Shetland Islands and the best part is it’s pretty simple to knit.
Heres an easy knit hat pattern you'll have fun knitting. With simple shaping, ribbing and knitting garter stitch you'll have this hat knit in a few hours.