Knitting Articles: Patterns, Tips, Techniques

Modern knitters have long trusted Interweave for their knit-spiration. We strive to maintain our position as one of the best online resources around! Just like your craft room, our blog is overflowing with the best ideas and inspiration to get you in the mood to unwind. Expert knitters and contributors lend advice and tips in the Interweave knitting blog. With a huge selection of wonderful articles that will get you in the mood to create and share. You can easily browse knitting topics covering dreamy knitting retreats, lifestyle advice, featured knit collections, how-to guides, yarn insights and so much more.

Whether you’re looking for little girls knitted hats to knit as an extra-special gift or want a few good DIY yarn hacks, you’ll find it here in our selection of articles. Plus, we publish amazing guides on complex and basic techniques—short row, turning work, brioche stitch, entrelac and more—and can even help you get started with your knitting craft if you’ve never so much as picked up a needle! There’s almost no topic that we don’t cover, and we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of the latest and greatest trends.

If you’re brand-new to Interweave, we highly recommend exploring our entire section to find the best-ever resources on this delightful craft. You can watch episodes of our popular show Knitting Daily TV or load up on new and old issues of Interweave’s beloved knitting magazines. Besides providing excellent resources for knitters, Interweave also offers a well-stocked store teeming with the best patterns, needles, kits and books. (And did we mention yarn? Lots of yarn!) You’ll never be faced with knitter’s block when you bookmark Interweave and come back often!

Are You an Interweave Knits Knitter?

It was the summer of 2005 in the Hudson Valley, New York. It was hot and humid, yet I found myself standing in front of a yarn shop. When I pulled the door open I was greeted by a cool blast of air conditioning that invited me to pull on a sweater despite the heat. […]

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Many of us like to think Earth Day is every day, but the designation of a day to honor this precious planet definitely merits a shout-out. Our little ode this year comes in the form of celebrating fiber (no big surprise there). We are featuring naturally dyed luxury fibers that have minimal environmental impact when […]

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5 Ways to Make Yellow Work for You

Too often we’ve been told that you have to have just the right coloring to wear yellow. That not everyone can pull it off. But yellow yarn can be so pretty. If you love yellow, don’t let fashion’s old rules keep you from making your favorite sweater in a beautiful yellow yarn. Here are 6 […]

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6 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Yarn Stash

The act of spring cleaning is a gratifying and cathartic one. Cleaning and organizing all your belongings once a year mitigates the buildup of clutter and dirt in your home, and the process itself can be pretty enjoyable and therapeutic. Your yarn stash should not be exempt from your spring cleaning efforts. We all have […]

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LYS Day the Interweave Yarn Fest Way!

Though it might be a joy to spend all day driving around between all your favorite yarn shops, it was truly a delight to have a special selection of yarn shops, both local to us and otherwise, in one place for Interweave Yarn Fest. During these fiber-filled four days, crafters shop the marketplace, take classes, […]

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LYS Day: Love Your Local Yarn Store

This is a very special spring, as we are about to experience the “official” first LYS Day, sponsored by our companions in craft, the good folks at The National Needlearts Association (TNNA). In the spirit of celebrating, we are shouting out the LYS family within Interweave’s reach here in Northern Colorado. From Laramie, Wyoming to Denver, […]

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It finally feels like spring—the daffodils are poking out of the ground, asparagus is on sale at the market, and everyone’s demeanor has shifted from hunkered down to hopeful. While we’re freshening up our garden beds and homes for the expected warm weather, we’re also choosing our next knitting projects for the spring season. We […]

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