Do you want to learn how to knit or teach someone else how to knit? Here you’ll find written, photo, and video knitting tutorials that start with the slip knot and move on through many basic knitting skills.
Patterns are interspersed throughout so you can put your new knitting skills to work. This also provides a wonderful template for teaching someone else to knit.
You can find even more knitting tutorials, along with crochet and other fiber art tutorials, under “Stitchopedia” on the menu of this site. There are even more patterns and such under other sections of the menu. You can also find my knit and crochet patterns on Ravelry, Etsy, and LoveCrafts.
OK , here’s how this works. Work through the tutorials below in order to learn or teach how to knit. There are also recommended patterns after many of the tutorials that use some or all of the skills you’ve learned to that point.
Wrap Bracelet or Necklace
Woo hoo!! Now you’re REALLY knitting!!
Criss Cross Beginner Baby Booties
Basic Boho Knit Scarf
How to join to work in the round as opposed to in rows.
Roly Poly Hatty
This opens up a lot of new stitch patterns for you.
Striped Cake Scarf
Broken Rib Scarf
Now you can increase!
Just Meshing Around
Super Simple Shawl
Not used often, but good to know.
A very easy increase that doesn’t create a hole.
Now that you can increase and decrease, you can make so much!
Grand Old Bunting
Connect the Dots
You’re practically a pro at this point.
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