2023 Knit Every Day Calendar

April Spread of 2023 Knit Every Day Calendar With scarf over a chair on top and April calendar and activities on bottom

This is SO much more than just a calendar with pretty pictures of knitting!

3Yes, this is a calendar with a rectangle for every day of the year.

Yes, it has a pretty picture for every month.

Yes, it has year-at-a-glance calendars for 2023 and 2024 for quick reference.

But that is just the beginning.

The 2022 Knit Every Day Calendar is a year-long guided knitting journey for your wall. Each day there is a prompt for a knitting related activity. Some are prompts for working on various projects, for yourself, for a gift, for charity. Some prompts help those UFOs to start diminishing. Other prompts help you explore various sources of inspiration, information and fun.

The QR code at the top of each calendar page takes you to a list of suggestions to try for the inspiration/information based ideas.

You don’t have to think, just turn on the camera on you smart phone and it will take you directly to the list of ideas. Go through those ideas (for each type of activity) in order or just randomly. Or go back repeatedly to your favourite one.

This year’s calendar not only features photos taken by knitters in the wild, that is, knitters who have taken the pattern and made it their own.

Monika Steinbauer is Featured on the February Photo

Monika Steinbauer Knit this Stunning Version of the Mod Squares Blanket.

See more of Monika’s knitting on her Ravelry page:


Kelly Dalessandro is Featured on the March Photo

My name is Kelly Dalessandro. I’ve been married to Steve for 35 years. We have 2 children, Victoria(33) & Tyler (28), and 3 grandsons, Landen (13),Angel (12), Kaleb  (3). I really didn’t enjoy anything ‘domestic’ until I got pregnant with Victoria. I started quilting , cross stitch, crochet, knitting, embroidery, photo albums(with stamping and cutting out cute designs) and now there isn’t a day that goes by without it. I’m more engrossed in quilting and knitting for the last 10ish years. I’m also an avid reader and love being with my family and playing with our ginormous dogs, Phoenix- goldendoodle and Jet- German shepherd. At this point I have at least 5 knitting projects going and 3 quilts going and enough materials that I can’t ever die. lol! It keeps me sane and I love doing it. 

Adriana D’Allesandro Took the March Photo of Her Mom

Hi, I’m Adriana and I started Adding Memories Photography 3 year ago, what I thought would be a fun hobby turned it into a small business that I enjoy so much and one day hope to be a bigger business. Now this isn’t all I do. I am also an office manager for a chiropractor and an assistant for a realtor also, but it doesn’t stop me from working hard on my dream, my biggest support is my husband, Tyler. We have been together for 10 years to this day, he supports me and pushes me to follow my dreams. We both work together on supporting each other’s ideas and he has been my rock through the process of starting, Adding Memories photography. I love to create memories for family, couples. Ext that will last a lifetime.

Adriana D'allesandro
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Rece is Featured on the August Photo

Rece knit this joyful, colourful version of Kitties on My Lap.

Rece started knitting at age 10, learning from her mother and grandmother. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, two cats and a spaniel. In her free time, you can bet she is knitting, crocheting, spinning, cross-stitching or sewing!


Diana Busman is Featured on the November Photo

Diana knit this beautiful, 2-colour version of the Dancing Circles Scarf.

Started knitting when I was 10 years old. I didn’t do much knitting while my children were young. Since retiring I have more time to knit and enjoying every minute.
We currently live in beautiful Carmel, California. When not knitting I volunteer at our local hospital.

Diana Busman

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