Our favourite knitting Instagram feeds
Welcome to the Cosy Craft Club's knitting month! We really want to encourage you to have a go at knitting yourself, and we'll be sharing the key things you need to know to get started. You can find all our knitting posts in one place here.
There are so many beautiful knitting feeds on Instagram! Here are some of my favourites. Why don’t you click through and check them out? Maybe you’ll find some great ones to follow.
I first came across Purl Soho through Pinterest, and their beautiful knits run through their Instagram feed too. Modern and timeless at the same time, their feed is full of gorgeous things you can make with their patterns and yarn (knitting goals). Definitely one to swoon over.
Knits both chunky and small, crochet, weaving and so much more can be found at Wool Couture. All beautifully showcased on their feed, and all kits that you can buy and make for yourself.
King and Eye is all about the chunky knits - for you and your home. Their feed is filled with pastels and sumptuous cosiness. I just want to fill my home with ALL the blankets and cushions!
Take a walk through a woodland wearing cosy modern knits and crochet with Velvet Acorn's feed. Another Pinterest find, I have since bought and made a couple of their patterns - I just couldn't resist!
Muted, modern colours and baby knits abound at Button and Blue. Their feed is full of sweet children wearing rainbow hats and penguin mittens. Awww…
Fun and chunky knits are the order of the day here at Lauren Aston Designs. Lauren's personality shines through in her feed. I defy you not to smile!
Stitch and Story’s is a light, bright feed filled with soft and cosy knits and crochet which can be made using their kits and yarn. The Miffy collection just totally melts my heart!
The We Are Knitters feed really invokes the feeling of curling up with a good knit, and makes me want to join in! Their feed is as wide ranging as the kits and yarn that they sell, but the love of yarn is a constant theme throughout.
Do you have any knitting Instagram feeds that you love? Please tell us about them in the comments below, we love to discover more!