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Just learned how to knit and ready to start a first project? Try this kit. It includes everything a beginner would need to make a comfy—and stylish—scarf: three skeins of Peruvian wool and a pattern. To buy: $81.50; woolandthegang.com.
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Just learned how to knit and ready to start a first project? Try this kit. It includes everything a beginner would need to make a comfy—and stylish—scarf: three skeins of Peruvian wool and a pattern.

To buy: $81.50; woolandthegang.com.

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Whether you’re a novice or an expert, all knitters need to have a sturdy pair of scissors. Keep this elegant pair in your tote for when you feel the need to snip.

To buy: $16; anthropologie.com.

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Organize supplies according to project with this sturdy denim bag. It fits three yarn balls, as well as accessories (think a pattern and needle case). It hangs over your arm, designed so both hands are free to get some rows in on your commute.

To buy: $37.50; jesabelleb.etsy.com.

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These locking split-ring markers label mistakes, denote changes in patterns, and keep track of stitches—all in style.

To buy: $8 for 500 markers; amazon.com.

This dispenser keeps yarn easily spinning and snag free. Its non-slip base keeps your yarn from rolling away. It also includes a ruler and built in holder for stitch markers and patterns.

To buy: $15; amazon.com.

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We love the look (that hot pink tassel!) of this undyed leather wallet. It stores three different sizes of needles (a bamboo set is included), and the tassel wraps around to keep the kit closed. Looking for a gift? The wallet can be monogrammed.

To buy: $61.50; warmpixiediy.etsy.com.

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Looking to add some flair to your projects? Learn how to cable stitch. Norah Gaughan’s book breaks down 152 different stitches for all skill levels.

To buy: $20; amazon.com.