Want To Knit A Gorgeous Scarf? Get Your Own Beginners Knitting Kit

Are you wanting to try knitting and need something easy to start off your knitting journey? A scarf or neck warmer is the way to go if you want something useful. Why not try a beginner’s knitting kit to get you going on the right foot?

With a beginners knitting kit, you will get everything you need to make your first project, and you don’t have to worry about going yarn shopping, you can simply start knitting straight away.

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Beginner’s Knitting Kit or Kits To Try

The Needle It Complete Beginner’s Knitting Kit could be just the thing for you.

This knitting kit has everything you need to make your own beautiful knitted scarf. The quality wool is from a traditional French spinning mill and is chosen for its softness and its traceability to environmental issues linked to its production and transport. It is 70 percent wool and 30 percent alpaca.

There is even a guide written in six different languages and a video to explain the steps to you if you have never knitted before. If you are a complete beginner, the guide and the video I feel could be a little more detailed, but here is some more help on learning to knit if you are battling.

This kit makes a great gift idea and is a fun learning experience, as you can learn how to knit easily and at the same time create a warm wool scarf for the winter. The finished dimensions of the scarf are 115 cm x 20 cm. I feel the scarf could be longer.

⭐ The kit contains ⭐ 

  • 4 balls of wool yarn: 70% wool and 30% baby alpaca.
  • 2 knitting needles: 0,31 inches diameter 9,44 inches long.
  • 2 small finishing needles: To sew in the threads.
  • A fabric label: To sew on your scarf made with love.
  • A practical guide: To assist you in the making of your scarf.

If you would prefer to knit a snood, then you may enjoy the Needle It Knit Your Own Wool Choker.

This kit also contains everything you need to make your own knitted choker or snood –  the wool, knitting needles, small finishing needles, a fabric label, and a guide.

The snood’s neck circumference is 60 cm and the height is 15 cm.

The kit contains

  • 2 balls of wool yarn: 70% wool and 30% baby alpaca
  • 2 x Bamboo Knitting Needles: 8mm in diameter and 30 cm in length.
  • 2 small finishing needles: For sewing in the threads.
  • A fabric label: To sew on your choker made with love.
  • A practical guide to assist you in making your choker.

I hope that you can enjoy a beginners knitting kit to start out with if you want to try knitting for the first time. Please comment below if you have any questions.

12 thoughts on “Want To Knit A Gorgeous Scarf? Get Your Own Beginners Knitting Kit”

  1. This beginners’ knitting kit is everything beginners will need to start their hobby. I’m not a fan of knitting myself, but my mother used to knit sweaters and scarves for us when my sister and I were children. We had the most original and beautiful clothes, especially for Christmas! 

    Unfortunately, my mother has some arthritis and she can’t knit anymore because it’s too painful for her. But I’ll show her your article and ask for her opinion. Thanks for the memories!

    • Sad news about your Mom. I had to give up knitting for a few months last year due to tennis elbow and it was terrible. I am sure that your Mom misses this hobby as much as I did.

  2. Thanks for the great information, I’m really looking to knit a scarf and have never done it before. Let me look at this knitting kit as it looks interesting. I will read the information and will follow the instructions on this product. I love that it comes with everything included and I hope I will manage it being a beginner knitter.

  3. Thanks for this information. It brings back many good memories of when I was young and knitted with my aunts and cousins. I never got very proficient, but I remember knitting a scarf. I never learned how to knit more intricate items like a sweater, but I would watch members of my family do it and enjoyed participating. Your kit contains everything for a beginner to get started.

  4. Really nice post about knitting. I just wish I didn’t have Duypeten’s (SP?) Contraction in my hands. Can’t do much knitting with fingers not working, lol.

    I used to knit some when I was younger, but I don’t remember anything, lol!

    I bet these kits would help, tho’ and it’s great that everything you need to knit a scarf is included.

    Thanks for the info,


    • I have had tennis elbow for a while and have also been unable to knit, but it is getting better now, so I am looking forward to getting back into it. All the best with your hands and hope you will be able to try knitting in the future.

  5. I’ve been wanting to try knitting a scarf for some time now as the winters where I live are so cold, so I’m glad to have found your article. My grandmother and I used to knit when I was a child. But now that she’s gone and it’s been so many years since I’ve knitted, I would need to start all over again. It’s amazing how much you forget if you don’t keep at it.

    This beginner’s knitting kit sounds like a great place to re-learn and I think it might be just what I need. I love the idea that this one comes with quality wool. Plus, the video guide is going to really be helpful too, as I’m a visual learner. If I can get the hang of this, I may just have a new hobby for myself. Thanks so much for the informative share!

  6. I always wanted to try knitting again. I have learned the basics when I was in school but that is a long time ago.

    I might just try this kit out. It is great that you can find all you need in the kit and there is not extra costs or products to buy. 


  7. Great information! This beginner’s knitting kit is just what any beginner would need to kick start a new hobby. I don’t know much about knitting as I’ve never tried it, but it seems to be so simple. 

    Good tip for beginners to start off with something as simple as a scarf. Amazing work in trying to help others kick start a new hobby/ career.

    • Thanks for your comment Brian, and I must say that knitting is not as easy as it looks. It will take time and practice to learn, but once you have this skill there is so much you can do with it.


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