Top 10 Knitting Blogs, 2014 Edition

knitting blogs, knitting blog, knittingblogsWonderful knitting blogs are a dime a dozen, right? Not even close!

Just as knitters will fiendishly scour the web looking for inspirational patterns, yarn information, or book reviews, I wanted to investigate what my fellow bloggers were up to, how they started their blogs, and look into how they all evolved over the years.

I first decided to create this post last July when I first created this blog – it is the #1 post on this site, so I wanted to make sure I updated it for 2014. I hope you find some old favorites as well as some new knitting blogs on this list you can enjoy during the next year.

In an effort to support the blogs I admire and hope to one day share an internet presence with, here are the top 10 knitting blogs according to Google this morning (all have been updated within the last two weeks):

Top 10 Knitting Blogs 2014*

  1. My Sister’s Knitter
  2. Tandem Knits
  3. Susan B. Anderson
  4. Mason-Dixon Knitting
  5. Yarn Harlot
  6. Knitting To Stay Sane
  7. Never Not Knitting
  8. One Sheepish Girl
  9. Wendy Knits
  10. QueerJoe’s Knitting Blog
* Search term “knitting blogs” was utilized. 

Top 10 Knitting Blogs 2014 – 2.0*

  1. Mason-Dixon Knitting
  2. My Sister’s Knitter
  3. Yarn Harlot
  4. Susan B. Anderson
  5. Never Not Knitting
  6. Knit and Tonic
  7. QueerJoe’s Knitting Blog
  8. Tandem Knits
  9. Wendy Knits
  10. Knitted Bliss
* Search term “knitting blog” was utilized.

Top 10 Knitting Blogs 2014 – 3.0*

  1. Tandem Knits
  2. Tin Can Knits
  3. My Sister’s Knitter
  4. Knitting To Stay Sane
  5. Knit and Tonic
  6. Oh My Good Knits!
  7. QueerJoe’s Knitting Blog
  8. Yarn Harlot
  9. Did You Make That?
  10. Susan B. Anderson
* Search term “top knitting blogs” was utilized.

When I initially created this post, I was barely getting five visitors to this blog on a daily basis; I can’t believe Tandem Knits made all three lists.

I don’t pretend to know how Google works, but I do know that some of it is about how popular the websites themselves are in terms of traffic and searches – so this honor is shared by all of you.

There are some fabulous people on these lists, working hard to share their knitting and their lives with you on a regular basis (Google likes it when you’re active, too.) Please, continue to support all of their hard work (sometimes a post takes me up to five hours to complete!) – we do it for the love of knitting, and of course – the love of you, our readers!

Happy knitting, blogging, and reading in 2014, everyone!

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About Hunter Liam

Hunter's grandmother had him making buttons and threading her sewing machine at the age of three. Ever since then, he's been obsessed with making things with his hands as a form of creative expression.Knitter, spinner, designer, writer, photographer, dancer . . . or just a creative soul with ADD.

12 thoughts on “Top 10 Knitting Blogs, 2014 Edition”

  1. I was actually looking for “knitting blogs” and I came across this page 😉
    I have to say that I love your blog and it is nice to visit it ^^
    I have just started my blog a few months ago and I know what it is to expect visitors, because of course we love what we do but if we are sharing it is to be read in some extend
    Keep up your good work 😉

  2. Thank you so much for listing these blogs, and for your site! I have recently rediscovered knitting and I am loving it. I can never have to much inspiration and your blog and the others have given me so much.
    I’m recovering from foot surgery, and cooped up at home most of the day. Knitting has kept me sane!

    1. Hi Jane, Im designer for knitting and crochet patterns and I would like to know if you can feature some of my work on your lovely blog, please contact me and let me know
      Thank you and Happy Knitting!

  3. I’m looking for a knitting pattern/instructions for a Christmas stocking that has vertical stripes (each row knitted from toe to cuff). does anyone know where I can obtain this pattern?

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