Not Your Grandma’s Knitting: 12 Projects That Prove Knitting IS Trendy!

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Knitting and crochet: two new trends that we love! From bold clutches to cute coffee sleeves, we’re rounding up 12 projects that will make you want to stock up on yarn.

1. When in doubt, add neon tassels:

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Image via Michaels Maker The Design Confidential

2. Arm knitting: A knitting project done with only our fingers? Count us in!

IMG_2178-768x768Image via Michaels Maker White House Black Shutters

3. Loom knitting: easy, colorful and SO fast! (Plus, how cute is this puppy scarf?!)

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Image via Michaels Maker Lil Blue Boo

4. Knitting with a side of tea? That sounds like the perfect photo-opp.

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#MadeWithMichaels via @soli_joon

5. Pineapples + fresh cozy coffee? Yes, please! Pineapple coffee

#MadeWithMichaels via @TheCrochetMarket

6. Make organizing fun again with cute storage.

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#MadeWithMichaels by @allaboutami

7. Add color to a bold clutch.

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#MadeWithMichaels by @Steph.lewis

8. If this purse doesn’t say ‘cool’, we don’t know what does!

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#MadeWithMichaels by @mamainastitch

9. Nothing says fall like a chunky scarf (and side of coffee):

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#MadeWithMichaels by @plainjaneknitwear

10. This is one plant we know we can handle!

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#MadeWithMichaels by @amenagerieofstitches

11. Colorful and cozy, these beanies have us excited for cold weather!

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#MadeWithMichaels by @petit.amy

12. Stay organized with a pouch perfect for your purse.

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#MadeWithMichaels by @mamainastitch

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  • Might change the title to include crochet as several of these (very cute) projects are not knit.

  • Ella

    If you could add direct links to the knitting patterns featured above, it would be extremely helpful.

    #6 looked really interesting, but the link provided was for the bloggers Instagram page and not the pattern. When I followed the blogger’s link on Instagram, it led me to her blog and, again, not the pattern. Her blog was really nice, but after 10 minutes of searching I still couldn’t find the featured pattern. I eventually just gave up, went to ravelry.com to find a similar pattern. So please could you start including direct links to the patterns you feature?