Welcome to no think, no fear knitting!


Knit On, Knitta!

Lots of people think knitting has to be complex and intimidating. Not us. We like to take a fun approach to knitting always remembering that it's a hobby - a great way to relax, unwind and relieve some stress. What you'll find on this knitting blog is a lot of knitting inspiration, and knitting projects that are meant to be completed in little more than a weekend. Have fun and knit on!

We Love What We Do

When you are passionate about something, it's easy for others to take notice. At NobleKnits, we are a team of fiber enthusiasts. We love to talk about yarn and knitting: new fibers, knitting techniques, needles, even new accessories and tools that make knitting (even more) fun. Use this blog to find knitting tips, how-to guides, knit alongs, free patterns, and even a funny story about a knitting mishap or two. 

"A mistake in my knitting? That's a secret between me and God."

- Dorothy Moscowitz 

 

Relax and find your knitting bliss.

Top 10 Reasons to Knit

Did you know knitting is good for you? Universities have even conducted studies on the zen-like properties of knitting. But just ask any knitter and she'll tell you all the positive changes that came from picking up two sticks and a skein of yarn.

Why You Should Pick Up Your Needles Daily

  1. Calming and rhythmic
  2. Builds a sense of satisfaction and gratification
  3. Challenging
  4. You can make hand knitted gifts
  5. It's a great way to meet people and feel a sense of community
  6. Knitting is creative
  7. Skill you can pass on to others
  8. Keeps your hands busy
  9. Good use of time
  10. Portable and fun!

Knit What You Love, Love What You Knit

When it comes to knitting, the beauty is in the process. Choose yarns and fibers that speak to you, feel right in your hands, and beg to be knitted. Don't settle! Knitting is a hobby and meant to be truly experienced and enjoyed.


NobleKnits founder and avid knitter, Nancy Queen is no stranger to a knitting mishap now and then. Read more >

NobleKnits founder and avid knitter, Nancy Queen is no stranger to a knitting mishap now and then.

Read more >

Knitting is a contact sport.

 
...it is pure potential...every ball or skein of yarn holds something inside it, & the great mystery of what that might be can be almost spiritual...
— Stephanie Purl-McPhee, Knitting Rules!: The Yarn Harlot's Bag of Knitting Tricks