Internet Knitting Resources. Table of Contents. Search engines Assistance Materials Magazines Blogs. Search engines. What is a search engine?
Related searches for Internet Knitting Resources
What is a search engine?
“A computer program that searches documents for a specific word or words and provides a list of documents in which they are found.”
Search engine. Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com Unabridged (v1.1). Random House, Inc. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/searchengine (accessed: September 19, 2007).
Examples of search engines:
Free knitting patterns
*hint: use “” around words when searching for a phrase
I.e.: “free sock patterns”
These websites provide “how to” information.
Some examples of these sites:
There are many many websites that sell knitting related items. Know who is behind the “scenes” before you provide your information. Those that follow have been used by many of us in this guild and we have found them to be reliable. They should be able to meet most of your knitting needs include:
Most knitting magazines have an web link:
Interweave Knits http://www.interweave.com
Vogue Knitting http://vogueknitting.com
Creative Knitting http://www.mags.drgnet.co
Knit N Style http://www.knitnstyle.com
Mag Knits http://www.magknits.com
“The modern blog evolved from the online diary, where people would keep a running account of their personal lives.”
Blog. Wikipedia: About. The free encyclopedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/blog. (accessed: October 2, 2007).
Blogs provide a sneak peak into what others are doing in the knitting world. Many knitting blogs are the equivalent to knitting diaries where the knitter keeps track of what project she/he is working on or just finished and what yarn was used.
Some of the more well known knitting blogs include:
Knit Sisters http://www.knitsisters.com
Yarn Harlot http://www.yarnharlot.com
Queer Joe’s Knitting blog http://www.queerjoe.blogspot.com
Wendy Knits http://www.wendyknits.net
Crazy Aunt Pearl http://www.crazyauntpearl.com
Anyone can create their own blog. Two of the free blogs are:
http://blogspot.com and http://wordpress.com
Now go out to the world wide web and look around to see what you can find that interests you and relates to those items you like to knit. Maybe you can be the author of your own knitting blog.