How to Knit a Blanket: Beginner Pattern For Straight Needles
Learning how to knit a blanket might sound ambitious for a beginner, but it can actually be an easy and satisfying project. With the right materials, some patience, and a bit of creativity, you can knit a blanket using basic skills and stitches. Soon you’ll…
Free + Easy Bucket Hat Knitting Pattern
With its colorful and cheerful design, this knit bucket hat will surely become your new favorite summer style. Mercerized cotton yarn and the knit garter stitch combine in a moldable, comfy, and surprisingly-structured summer hat. Try using up all your colorful yarn scraps or choose…
Beginner’s Guide: How To Block Your Knitting
Blocking is a crucial step that can take your finished knits from good to great. But do you know how to block knitting and why it’s important? In this beginner’s guide, we explore everything you need to know about blocking, what types of knitting can…
27 Easy and Free Baby Blanket Knitting Patterns
Discover the joy of knitting baby blankets! We’ve handpicked free, easy knit baby blanket patterns and expert tips on designing the coziest afghans for your little ones. From choosing the right yarn to adding adorable finishing touches, we’ll guide you every step of the way….
Worsted Weight Yarn: Complete Guide for Crochet & Knit
Knitters and crocheters of all skill levels turn to worsted-weight yarns for a variety of projects. But what is worsted weight yarn exactly? From what it is (and isn’t!), when you’d want to use it, and how to choose a good one, I’ll cover all…
27 Reversible Knit Stitches – Beautiful on Both Sides
Reversible knit patterns give you two chic sides for the effort of one. With this collection of must-try reversible knit stitches, you’ll learn the secret to beauty from all angles. These patterns are free, and many are beginner-friendly. Expand your stitch library with this collection…
At Knitted Landscapes, we offer a variety of patterns that are inspired by nature. You can find patterns for everything from cozy sweaters to intricate shawls, all with a unique touch that celebrates the beauty of the natural world. Our patterns are designed to be easy to follow, even for beginners, and can be customized to suit your own personal style.
We recommend using natural fibers, such as wool, alpaca, and cotton, for your nature-inspired knitting projects. These fibers are breathable, durable, and perfect for creating pieces that capture the essence of the outdoors. We also love using hand-dyed yarns that feature earthy, natural colors, which add an extra touch of nature to your finished piece.
Absolutely! When knitting outside, it’s important to choose a spot that is comfortable and well-lit. Make sure to bring sunscreen and bug spray, as well as a sturdy bag to carry your knitting supplies. You may also want to bring a small cushion or blanket to sit on. Most importantly, enjoy the beauty of nature and let it inspire your knitting projects!