Knitting books, magazines, and patterns are available from a wide variety of resources including local yarn shops, libraries, bookstores, and the internet. We've put together a list of useful online resources for the novice to advanced knitter.
Ravelry is a place for knitters, crocheters, designers, spinners, weavers and dyers to keep track of their yarn, tools, project and pattern information, and look to others for ideas and inspiration. Ravelry is a great place for you to keep notes about your projects, see what other people are making, find the perfect pattern and connect with people who love to play with yarn from all over the world in our forums.
Knitty is an online magazine which publishes four times a year. January, April, mid-July, October -- as close to the beginning of the month as possible. Patterns from every issue are archived and available for free.
Knitter's Review is a weekly online magazine for fiber enthusiasts. The site provides quality product information to help knitters make informed purchasing decisions and, ultimately, have a more fulfilling lifelong knitting experience.
An online learning and pattern resource for beginner to intermediate level knitters.
There's a video for everything. If you need visual help with stitches or techniques, there's a good chance you'll find a relevant video (or several) on YouTube.
A wonderful multilingual pattern resource, the Garnstudio - Drops Design website currently offers free patterns in 14 different languages.
Provides free patterns for many Berroco yarns carried in store.
Free patterns for Rowan yarns.
- Men Who Knit
A site dedicated to promoting and inspiring the art of knitting amongst men.
TECH-niques to turn HOME MADE knitting into HANDMADE knitting.