Knitting is a skill included in The Sims 4: Nifty Knitting Stuff. Leveling up in this skill lets Sims knit various articles of clothing, furniture and decorations. Any Sim aged child and older can build this skill, and Sims who achieve at least level 5 are able to teach it to other Sims.
Get comfortable and turn on some tunes, because it's time to knit! Use your talents to dress your family, decorate your house, or make some Simoleons on the side. No wrong answers here, just get to stitching!
Knitted clothing has the option to add it to the household's wardrobe, unlocking it for use in Create a Sim. Otherwise, both objects and clothing can be sold from the inventory, sold on Plopsy, donated to charity, or given to another Sim as a gift. Baby onesies can be worn by having an older Sim dress the baby in its bassinet.
Sims can pause and resume knitting projects at any time, or "frog" them to discard them and recover a few Simoleons that were spent on materials. If The Sims 4: Cottage Living is installed, llama wool can be used to negate knitting costs.
|Level||Unlocked crafts||Other unlocks|
|1||Bear beanies and tiger beanies for toddlers and older (and animal clothing if The Sims 4: Cottage Living is installed)|
|2||Crew socks, low cut socks and mid calf socks for children and older|
|3||Mailbox cozies and hanging plant holders|
|4||Cable knit rugs|
|5||Sweaters for children and older||Teaching other Sims to knit|
|7||Decorative plushies, including an octopus, a penguin, a cactus and a llama|
|8||Onesies for babies and toddlers|
|9||Sweater/scarf combos for teens and older|
|10||Claire the Bear and Lil' Grim toys||Mentoring other Sims so that their knitting skill improves faster|
- THE SIMS 4 NIFTY KNITTING: ROCKING CHAIRS PREVIEW. The Sims Community (May 12, 2020). Retrieved on May 12, 2020.