The KnittingHelp.com website has over 150 free knitting videos available. The videos cover everything from casting on to binding off.
Amy Finlay who produces the website is a knitter, videographer, and web editor. The videos show knitting techniques for English and Continental knitters.
There is also a section of free patterns including hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, shawls, socks, ponchos, sweaters, cardigans, and a whole lot more.
The forums on KnittingHelp.com have a lot of helpful knitters who can answer most questions beginning and experienced knitters might have.
Mary Beth Temple has a great site on the All Info About network of websites on Knitting.
The site covers several techniques you can use in knitting including:
- Picking Up Stitches
- Dropped Stitches
All Info About Knitting also has free patterns including:
- Sparkly Hats for Child and Doll (done in pink… just adorable!!! Any little girl would love this!!!)
- Fingerless Gloves (with an easy button hole style for the thumb)
- Silky Wrap Stitch Scarf (which would be great for an elegant knit out)
Several feature articles including:
- Knitting on a budget
- Charity Knitting
She also has a list of Knitting related events and conferences.
MapMuse – is an interactive map to over 1000 local yarn shops. It currently only lists yarn shops for the USA.
You can click on a map that has little squares on it representing where yarn shops are or you can enter a location and it will show the closest knitting stores.
If your LYS isn’t listed you can add it.