For Crocheters Who Want To Learn To Knit and Knitters Who Want Their Friends To Learn

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If you're an avid crocheter like myself, you've probably always wanted to learn to knit. I'm especially moved to learn how to knit when I know a new baby is on the way.

I think so many people want to learn because they know that it really is a great skill to master ... plus, it's nice to know you have many of options when it comes to creating a handmade gift.

Now you can learn to make precious keepsakes with Lion Brand’s latest Learn to Knit Baby Kit.  This all-in-one kit will teach you to knit while making a hat and booties set for a baby.  We have two kits available: one for girls (pictured right) and one for boys.  This kit includes everything from the instructions, to the yarn, needles, and gift supplies.

Just learn it, make it, and give it. All for 9.95!


What this kit includes:

  • Easy to follow video and illustrated learn-to-knit instructions
  • Pattern for baby hat and booties
  • 1 ball of Vanna’s Choice in White
  • Size 9 Knitting Needles
  • 1 Large-Eye Blunt Needle
  • 1 Gift Box
  • 1 Bundle of Joy Card (Girl or Boy)
  • Pink or Blue Tissue (depending on kit)
  • Pink/Blue Reversible Ribbon 24” X 2” (60 X 5 cm)

Show off your newfound knitting skills with a gift from the heart!

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  • justwondering

    Great idea! Encouraging people to knit is good. But... pink and blue??? "Girls' kits" and "boys' kits"? Honestly, which century do you live in? Where are the orange, purple, green and rainbow coloured kits?

  • knittingnana

    If you must cling to the pink and blue colors, why is the ribbon double-sided? Double-sided ribbons mean the other color will still show at some times.

  • NotSuperWoman

    I am a knitting instructor. Can we get these wholesale?

  • Kari

    I would love to learn to knit. I did not pay attention when my Grandmother who was an acoomplished knitter tried to show me in the 70's when I was a teen. Now I wish I knew what she knew. :( Miss you Gma. Yes I would love to win this!!!

  • C Nori

    Are they available in Canada? And where? thanks

  • dragfly

    Maybe I've missed this, but where can you purchase this kit? I'm an avid crocheter and just told my daughter my daughter (who is pregnant with a boy) that I wanted to learn to knit also. What a GREAT idea, plus I can give the baby yet another gift (LOL). Thanks for answering where to buy this kit!

  • Y

    I would love to learn to knit; but I only get $129 a month income and having to pay utilities and get cleaning supplies. I do not have any extra to spend on any lessons. Let me know if any lessons are free. Thanks!

  • LMP

    Very disappointed that they are both out of stock. Any ideas if they will be in stock soon?

  • grumpy

    other colors should definitely be available - what if someone wants to start before they know which gender the baby is going to be?

  • Randi Drew

    Yellow and green are great neutral colors (if people don't like traditional pink and blue), how fun!

  • Brenda

    Not only pink and blue we need yellow also for those that don't want to know what the sex of the baby is.

  • Brenda

    Is there a limit?

  • K

    How about a similar kit for those of us who, for whatever reason, do not want baby stuff? It's a great idea otherwise!

  • I cooke

    Why not make two. Buy a kit, pink or blue, learn to knit, then go buy orange or purple or your team colors and make another set.

  • barb

    are there directions for left handed people?

  • Ardent Crocheter

    I crochet because I prefer to crochet. I am able to knit and don't particularly care to do it. Why do all you ardent knitters seem to think that we who crochet are just knitters waiting to blossom. I'm just disappointed that you don't have more patterns available in crochet. Your designers seem to think it is only suitable for afghans. I just go back to the patterns from my mother and grandmother and ignore all this foolishness.