What models to knit by skill level

When you first discover knitting a common error is to tackle projects that are not for beginners. Today we bring you different projects for different skill levels to help you choose the best one for you.

When learning to knit the first thing to learn is how to knit and purl. The Morse Scarf is perfect for practicing these stitches and you’ll see results very quickly.



Once you’re an expert scarf knitter you can move on to snoods. There are models for every skill level, from beginner to advanced. Some of the easier ones are the Downtown Snood, the Ice Pop Snood and the Columbia Snood.



Your next project could be a beanie for the winter. These are also a good idea to start knitting and since they knit up quickly you’ll be encouraged to keep on knitting more and more. We recommend the Jelly Beanie, and if you’re up to the challenge of knitting a beanie with details like a cable we recommend the Harney Beanie.



Now that you’re hooked it’s time to move up to the next level, you can start knitting your own garments. What about the Katja Cape or the Whitney Cardigan?



This is a breeze for you now, and in the knitting world there’s always a new challenge. It’s time to knit a sweater, ready? Maybe the Lillium Sweater or the Nolita Sweater is a good place to start.

Now that you’re an expert knitter you can take on the Bormio Sweater or the Bethnal Green Sweater.



There’s no limit to what you can do in the knitting world, so we invite you to have fun, challenge yourself, and discover new stitches and patterns.