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Learn To Knit Kit

4 reviews
SKU: 1122837

Teach yourself the wonderful art of knitting with Learn To Knit Kit. With everything needed to teach yourself how to knit, this kit will help you create items for yourself, for your family, and for friends. Knit your way to success!

Product Details

Kit Contains:

  • 2 - 14" Straight Knitting Needles (5.5mm & 6.5mm)
  • 2 - Circular Knitting needles (5mm & 8mm)
  • 2 - Plastic Yarn Needles
  • 1 - 6.5mm Crochet Hook
  • 1 - Learn To Knit Book
  • 1 - Tape Measure
  • 1 - Row Counter
  • 1 - Stitch Holder
  • 1 - Knitting Needle & Stitch Gauge
  • 12 - Stitch Markers
  • 4 - Point Protectors
Shipping & Returns


Please provide a physical street address for the shipment of merchandise orders. PO Box shipping addresses may be provided for gift card only orders. Most orders will ship within 1-2 business days and tracking is provided via email when the order ships. Delivery usually takes an additional 3-4 business days. Keep in mind, some orders may require an additional business day to process, and some locations can require 5-7 business days for delivery. 


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August 23, 2023

Not helpful

I don’t recommend at all. The book is difficult to follow and didn’t explain the steps well at all.

August 23, 2023

Love the book

This is an amazing knitting kit!

August 23, 2023

Love it

This kit gave me everything I needed and more as a first-time knitter. The instruction book was an added bonus with diagrams and even a couple knitting patterns

August 23, 2023

Almost perfect

Got this as a gift and I liked everything except the crochet hook. It had a tiny snag near the head that was kinda sharp, both of the ends looked kinda worn with the coating scratched off. Book is okay to explain basics, three of the patterns are scarves.