There is no such thing as a domain redirect- redirects are a feature of the HTTP protocol and therefore by definition they require a web server to receive the HTTP request and respond with a redirect header.
Some domain registrars or DNS providers have a mechanism that provides a simple HTTP redirect facility for domain names, but I’ve seen many of these redirect only the root page requests /, and nothing beneath- which sounds like the problem you’re facing.
First check the GoDaddy docs, there may be a way to configure this better. Make sure you’re using Fowarding only, and not the masking feature which will likely try to IFRAME your site.
However if you’re trying to redirect all traffic from knitonequilttoo.com to stitchsupplyri.com, the easy way is to configure both of them on your hosted website, and make one of them ( usually www.stitchsupplyri.com ) the primary domain for the site. Webflow will then effectively treat them as the same domain name.
Failing that, if you need more complex routing where some URLs go some places and others go to others, I’d recommend a more capable routing solution like CloudFlare’s Rules. You can keep your domain on GoDaddy and setup a free CloudFlare account for your nameservers, then setup rules that direct to the appropriate pages on your new site. The free account provides for 3 rules.