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This chunky blanket is an impressive beginning sewing project. Because it's crocheted, you don't even need to have a sewing machine at home.
There's no time like the present to learn how to sew and crochet. These 27 beginning knitting and crochet tutorials are a great way to get started.
Here's week 5 of the learn to knit mini series - all about knit and purl in one project!
Week 6 of the learn to knit mini series is important if you the next sewing project you want to make is to something that requires a pattern, such as a blanket or a sweater.
In week 3 of this learn to knit series, you'll need a large tapestry sewing needle and some scissors to weave in the ends to finish your project.
Here's week 2 of the learn to knit series - learning the knit stitch! When the only two stitches are knit and purl, once you're done with this lesson, you'll have 50% of the stitches you need to create a great knit sewing project.
In week 4 of this learn to knit series, you'll learn all about the purl stitch. After this series, you'll know how to knit and all that's left is to put everything together into one sewing pattern.
If you've ever thought that you'd like to learn to knit, you're in the right place. Knitted touches can add a lovely different to some of your sewing projects and it's a great way to increase your basic sewing skills.
These adorable knitted monsters are just waiting for someone to love them! They even come with a cute knitted pocket that perfectly fits a baby monster.
These knit receiving blankets for baby boys are the perfect gift for anyone having a new baby boy. And because they're made out of knit fabric and your sewing machine, they'll be a treasured keepsake.
This easy knit dress has a darling scoop back with a cute little bow on the back. The best thing is that there aren't any sleeves to worry about, which means you can whip up a few dresses in under an hour.
This sewing project is a simple circle dress uses a T-shirt and a knit bed sheet! It's easy to complete with your sewing machine and doesn't even require a sewing pattern.
This coordinating set of a receiving blanket and knit baby hats makes a perfecct gift for a new mom. The stretchy knit fabric means that you can use the blanket as a receiving blanket, a swaddling blanket or even a place to play. A line of knit ribbing works like bias tape and is easy to apply to the edges with your sewing machine.
Use up some knit fabric scraps and your sewing machine to add some shirring to strips of knit fabric. Then, turn them into adorable shirred flowers that make perfect hair bows.