This is one of the best, if not the best, websites for patterns, how-to explanations, inspiration, etc.
This is the Craftzine link to the knitting archive. You can search this for specifc projects or you can browse. The links will take you to the websites of the creators of some very creative projects and once on their website, a window into their world!
is a cooperative effort of Mossy Cottage Knits, Flagstaff International Relief Effort (F.I.R.E.) and Kunzang Palyul Chöling (KPC) Buddhist community. It provides hand-knit items and fleece blankets to the impoverished people of Mongolia, where it rarely gets above freezing on winter days, and where the temperature can often reach -40°F at night. To survive, many of the homeless live in the heating ducts below the nation’s cities.
Warming the world, one car antenna at a time...
Free patterns in the projects section.
For the blog between Ann and Kay. It's not what you think. You have to read the book and then you will get hooked.
Read the Mason Dixon KAL (knit-a-long) and you really will be hooked...
Lots of links to lots of sites. I am just starting to explore this one.
Magknits: A bi-monthly free online knitting magazine. Not as good as Knitty.com but has some good features. This is the site where I got the pattern for the Sophie bag.
A free weekly online magazine for knitting and fiber enthusiasts. They have a lively forum and lots of good information.
Similar to Knitter's Review but covers a wide range of crafts in addition to knitting.
Some websites recommended from the Stitch and Bitch book.
A website with great free patterns, yarn/needles to sell, swap, etc.
Website of the author of Pursenalities, a great book featuring felted purses.
Spun Magazine features free knitting patterns, feature articles, personal essays, music, DVD and book reviews and other crafty fun." They seem to have a few of good articles about yarn, knitting, etc.
A combination forum, online place to buy yarn, sock knitting HQ, etc.
Knitting Machine Links
Machine and hand knitting links.
Where to Buy and Sell Handcrafted Items
is an online marketplace for buying and selling all things handmade. Etsy lets you shop by color, place, time and material. I ran across this site when looking for felted beads. Great site for inspiration...