20 Easy Knitting Projects Every Beginner Can Do

20 Easy Knitting Projects Every Beginner Can Do

Knitting, like any new hobby, can be a little overwhelming when you’re just starting out. But, just because you’re a beginner, it doesn’t mean you can’t create beautiful knit items – things like blankets, toys, bags, pillows and more.

To get you started on some gorgeous but simple projects, we’ve found the 20 easy knitting projects that every beginner can handle.

Now your biggest decision is deciding which one of these knitting projects you’ll start first.

 

Bitty Baby Booties

We can’t get enough of these adorable little booties. These booties are fit for 0-3 months size although they have such a nice amount of stretch depending on the baby, they could fit for longer.

Via Small + Friendly

 

 

Easy Katy Knit Cowl

A beautiful chunky knit looks great on everyone! This cowl is a perfect beginning knitter’s project. Or, it is perfect for the experienced knitter to click away mindlessly in the car, at practice, on the airplane, in front of the tv, etc.

Via Flax and Twine

 

Easy Chunky Knit Baby Blanket

What’s better than chunky baby legs…how about chunky baby legs wrapped in a cozy knit blanket! This blanket is great because it’s a very quick knit with the super chunky yarn and big needles.

Via The Merry Thought

 

Garter Stitch Knit Bag

Grab some lovely t-shirt yarn and whip up this gorgeous bag using the garter stitch in a couple of hours.

Via Lvly Blog

 

Cozy Ribbed Scarf

This scarf is a simple 2×2 rib stitch using that only two skeins of yarn. It knits up quickly and makes a wonderful gift to give to someone special.

Via Lady By The Bay

 

Finger Knit Rope Trivet

We love this trivet’s simplicity and natural feel that the rope lends to this project. The best part is that you can make the trivet in a jiffy, under a half an hour, with only rope and tape (to keep the rope from fraying)!

Via Flax and Twine

 

Simple Knit Baby Hat

How adorable is this gorgeous and simple one-skein baby hat? Perfect for embellishing.

Via Ravelry

 

Colorblock Knit Pillow

Very soft and easily knitted. The cushion is knitted in double moss stitch, what creates a tough look.

Via Yarn Plaza

 

Knit Hedgehogs

These guys are seriously fun to knit with not one lick of sewing or even grafting! So, if you’d like to populate your world with adorable little Knit Hedgehogs, get knitting!

Via Purl Soho

 

Comfy Cocoon & Cap

Create a rib knit cocoon with a matching hat and keep a newborn bundle of joy happily warm. It’s the perfect gift for the next baby shower, and the neutral color suits either gender.

Via Red Heart

 

Big Loop Knitted Hat

Here’s a super cozy and chunky hat tutorial.It’s so fun to knit and wear!

Via Lebenslustiger

 

Dashed Stripe Knitted Facecloth

These dishcloths all use a combination of knit and purl stitches so are really good for beginners. They are designed with a crisp border, in order to frame the pattern and to minimize the cloth curling at the edges.

Via Georgina Giles

 

Knit Bow-Tie Dog Collar

The doggie bow-tie is easy to make and completely beginner friendly. The bow would be fun if you are having a dinner party, or even a dog in a wedding.

Via Mama In a Stitch

 

Stormy Weather Blanket

Take a load off with a cozy little afghan you’ve made yourself. Knitting an entire blanket can seem a like an impossible task at first, but you don’t have to be a veteran knitter to learn how to knit this blanket that will stand against the cooler temperatures sure to come.

Via All Free Knitting

 

Big Snowy Owl

With a big, pudgy belly and a cozy soft alpaca-blend yarn, the Big Snowy Owl is one heck of a hugger. At a foot and a half tall and a yard around, he’s just right for little arms to squeeze and for young imaginations to love.

Via Purl Soho

 

Knit Planter Cover

Keep your favorite plants cozy with these gorgeous knit planter covers that you can whip up in no time flat.

Via The Merry Thought

 

Chunky Knitted Round Pillows

We love round deco elements like pillows and carpets very much because they can be such eye-catchers – especially if your interior is more minimalistic and modern.

Via Lebenslustiger

 

Life is Ruff Knit Dog Sweater

This easy knit dog sweater is made with a bright and happy orange yarn, fastened with a single button on the front to give your dog some style.

Via All Free Knitting

 

Little Knit Crown

This little crown is the perfect project for last minute gifts, fancy dress outfits, or just to knit for fun in between projects.

Via Ravelry

 

Slip Stitch Knit Dishtowel

These dishtowels look really complicated to make, don’t they? We love that because, just like you want hard things to look easy, it’s a great coup to make easy things look difficult!

Via Purl Soho

We hope you’ve enjoyed our collection of easy knitting projects. If you’re looking for more fun patterns to sink your teeth into, check out this great book: 101 Designer One-Skein Wonders: A World of Possibilities Inspired by Just One Skein

To get you started on some gorgeous but simple projects, we've found the 20 easy knitting projects that every beginner can handle. Now your biggest decision is deciding which one of these knitting projects you'll start first.

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