(sorry only English this time) I guess we had a bit too much time on our hands in this evenings knitting cafe… but boy, was it fun! I hereby present 5 womens suggestions for good knitting movies!

  • Karate Knit (cast-on, cast-off )
  • I know what you knit last summer (don’t get hooked)
  • Termiknitter (I’ll knit back…)
  • Dirty Knitting (when one stitch is not enough)
  • Scary Knit I, II and III (we call them acryllic, nylon and rayon!)
  • Casablanket (we’ll always knit in Paris)
  • Stitch Wars (may the gauge be with you)
  • Knitter’s in the Caribbean – The curse of the black purl!
  • Knitty Woman (I never treated you like a hooker)
  • Star Trekking (where no sock yarn has ever gone before)
  • Titaknit (I’m the king of the purl)
  • Yarnia (which lion is in your wardrobe?)
  • One stitch over the cuckoo’s nest (knitting close to madness)
  • You got Rail (meeting love via Ravelry’s mail)
  • Gauge of the Jungle (me knit, you purl?)
  • A Knit’s Tale (we will, we will block you!)
  • My Fair-isle Lady (the fly in the dye wont be seen when you ply)
  • The Little Mermaid (Falkenberg for kids)
  • Lost in Translation (true in many patterns)
  • Rib Roy (featuring scottish tweed)
  • Evilla (don’t ply for me Argentina)
  • The Block (good action for manly sweaters)
  • Hang’em Dry (what every knitwear needs)
  • Knitmare on Elm Street (work your guts in garter)
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly!!! (a handy sorting for your wips)
  • Dye Hard (KoolAid action)
  • Lord of the Strings (well, we all have yarns that just are… precioussss!!!)
  • The Knitmare before Christmas (just ask the Yarnharlot)
  • Purl Harbor (one last stitch before we sink)
  • Men in Black (why oh why do we knit for them?)
  • Once upon a time in a vest (now without sleeves)

If you have any suggestions for further fun knitting movies, please share them with us all in the comments.

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