Are you always on the go, but like to keep your hands busy?

These quick and easy knitting projects are perfect for you!

Throw a ball of yarn and some knitting needles in your purse and get started on one of these quick knitting projects.

Still Need to Learn How to Knit?

If you haven’t learned how to knit yet, but it’s something you really want to do, the time is now!

You can check out our list of the Top 8 Websites for Learning How to Knit for some great resources.

Also, creativebug has a lot of video tutorials for crafting and learning how to knit.

Easy Knitting Patterns for Quick Projects

Photo Credit: The Purl Bee

Photo Credit: The Purl Bee (click for pattern)

Knitted Boot Cuffs by Mom Advice

Knit Herringbone Cowl by Craftsy

Garter Stitch Chunky Mittens by Flax & Twine

Simple Ribbed Thank You Hats by The Purl Bee

Cozy Posy Ear Warmer by Thrifty

Gracie Cowl by NobleKnits

1-Hour Knit Flower by Craftsy

Knit Baby Bootie Gift by Domesticspace

Photo Credit: Simply Notable (click for pattern)

Photo Credit: Simply Notable (click for pattern)

Knit Coffee Cozy by The Sitting Tree

Easy Knit Washcloth by Growing Up Gabel

Tea Toters by Simply Notable

Mom’s So Trendy Belt by TuTu Knits

Chunky Seed Stitch Knit Rug by A Crafty House

Quick Baby Shrug Pattern by Nat & Callie Knits


Oh, and here’s a t-shirt for ya… because every knitting coffee drinker needs one of these! 🙂

coffee knitting purple ladies

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