Top 10 Knitting Blogs, 2015 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.

This post continues to be the most popular page within the blog, and I feel like I’m doing my good “blogging karma” by keeping it updated for you every year.

This is my third installment of this post. I hope you find some old favorites as well as some new blogs on this list you can enjoy during the next year.

All of these blogs have been actively updated for the last two weeks according to the Google search performed today. Enjoy, everyone!

Top 10 Knitting Blogs 2015*

  1. Mason-Dixon
  2. My Sister’s Knitter
  3. Knitting To Stay Sane
  4. Tin Can Knits
  5. Tandem Knits
  6. Yarn Harlot
  7. Never Not Knitting
  8. Susan B. Anderson
  9. Knitted Bliss
  10. La Maison Rililie
* Search term “knitting blogs” was utilized. 

Top 10 Knitting Blogs 2015 – 2.0*

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

Top 10 Knitting Blogs 2015 – 3.0*

  1. Tandem Knits
  2. Tin Can Knits
  3. My Sister’s Knitter
  4. Knit and Tonic
  5. Knitting Konrad
  6. Did You Make That?
  7. Ann Budd Knits
  8. Susan B. Anderson
  9. TECHknitting
  10. Wendy Knits
* Search term “top knitting blogs” was utilized.

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!

If you’re interested in seeing the last two year’s top knitting blogs (some of which are still very wonderful to read), here are those lists: 2013, 2014.

Happy knitting, blogging, and reading in 2015, everyone!

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.