Join Kristy Glass on a journey of textile discovery that proves there's more to knitting than meets the ply! If you consider yourself among the fiber-curious — if you get your thrills from picking pills and alpaca mills, we want to cordially welcome you to The Stitch Dimension.
Cables are front-and-center in this cozy pullover. Inspired by Quansoo Preserves, along the southern coast of Martha's Vinyard, this sweater is perfect for any fall activity. The kit comes with the pattern and all the yarn you need to knit it.
Knit seamlessly in the round from the top down, this straightforward pattern is designed for colorwork relaxation. And because it's totally free of pesky floats, this kit comes with everything you need to kick back and stitch stress-free.
Feline fans rejoice with a whimsically woolly knitted hat! Worked with just one color per row, the simple knit-and-slip pattern creates a clowder of cats peaking up from a fence. Best of all? There's no fussy Fair Isle or double-point needles required. This kit comes with sizes for children and adults, so you can stitch 'em for the whole fam.
Comfy + cozy = a sweater you'll never want to take off! Its slight oversize, drop shoulders and funnel neck are accented by the eye-catching seed stitch yoke and elbow patches. This kit comes with the pattern and all the chunky yarn you need to knit this virtually seamless pullover.
This top-down knit pullover has cable details, a folded hem funnel neck and a kangaroo pocket for keeping your hands warm. It’s a great kit for a beginner knitter who’s itchin’ to try a few new techniques, or an intermediate knitter looking for their next project.
This simple, seamless shrug is worked from the top down, and the bottom is finished with a lace edging for a modern and romantic flair that's oh-so-cute. Your kit comes with the pattern and all the yarn you need!
Consider this a classic sweater with a kick! The Swing 42 Sweater knitting kit features textured stitches from neck to chest, and flattering three-quarter raglan sleeves. Knitted top-down in rounds, this seamless pattern’s breezy design can be easily modified for the perfect fit.
Who knew an acrylic yarn could be so luxurious? With a radiant finish and elegant sheen, Bernat Satin works up into luxe projects — without the luxe price point. Use it to make breathtaking cables, lace and more.
Mug cozies are a must-have for coffee lovers, and make great Valentine's Day gifts when embellished with a little knit heart. Work in the magic loop and you'll have a cute coat for your favorite cup in no time.
Valentine's Day is for recognizing the ones you love, and what better way to do so than through the craft you adore? Cast on and stitch these knits for your favorite people in honor of all those warm and fuzzy feelings.
Cables got you down? We're here to help! Join designer Casey Hendrickson and learn to knit a cabled (and faux-cabled) pom-pom hat. From casting on and cabling to shaping and finishing, she'll show you how, step by step.
Woven yarn baskets are stylish storage solutions and so simple to make! In this short project tutorial, designer Anne Weil walks you through weaving a yarn basket with chic leather handles using oversized yarn. It's perfect for holding everything from magazines to craft projects and comes together in a snap.
Most knitters will tell you that having a good project bag is essential — you can store all the necessary needles, notions and, you know, the actual knitting, so that when you're ready to stitch everything is ready and waiting. Plus, if you have multiple WIPs (works in progress), keeping each one in its own bag is the key to staying organized. And while you could buy a project bag (and there are tons of cute ones out there), we're all makers here — so why not stitch up a few of your own?
We've all been there: you have a baby shower to attend, and need to whip up a handmade gift, stat. Never fear — these adorable baby socks are quick, cute, and the parents-to-be will love them. The best part? They don't take much yarn. In fact, you probably have enough sock yarn leftover from the last pair you knit yourself!
Two color-brioche knitting gets a lot of love, but one-color brioche can be just as satisfying. Take this brioche ribbed scarf — pure, squishy, scarf heaven. If you've never tried brioche knitting before, this is a great way to get a feel for it.
Two-color brioche often grabs the spotlight, but we're big fans of the one-color versions, too. This solid cowl is super simple, and will teach you how to knit brioche in the round (it's pretty similar to one-color brioche knit flat).
Let’s be clear: knitting is a year-round sport, and we're in favor of always having a little something to stitch on no matter what the weather. But if that cabled wool sweater you were so gung-ho about when the snow was falling is suddenly making you sweat, these are the alternatives that'll keep you busy — and cool.
Reminiscent of the peaks of the Sierra Mountains, this gorgeous shawl shifts colors and lace patterns as you move from section to section. It may look like a lot of lace, but the patterns repeat and build on each other, so you start simple and gradually get more complex.
Our favorite kind of sweater is the kind you never want to take off. That's why the Tealeaf is a must make — the shape is easy to wear, but the details make it special. Think lace, pockets, shoulder saddles, and more.
We get it: Nobody really wants to make a gauge swatch. You want to jump right into the fun stuff! And while we’re all for spontaneity, sometimes it’s best to proceed with caution. If you don’t check your gauge you might end up with sweaters that are too large, bags that are too tiny, and gloves that pinch and squeeze. (Just don’t ask how we know.)
The bigger the needle, the better, right? Not so fast! Every needle size (and type) has its purpose. And not only that, once you narrow down the size, there's the material and type to consider, too. With so many choices, it can be really hard to decode which needles to use for each project. Consider this your cheat sheet!