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My 12 Favorites from 2012

Dec 14, 2012

Interweave came out with so many amazing new products in 2012, it was hard to pick just 12! But I managed.

Here are my favorites from this year:

         
Finish-Free Knits by Kristen TenDyke (Shown: Warmth Top)
Sotherton Pullover
by Kathleen Dames
Northern Knits Gifts
by Lucinda Guy
(Shown: Mootie Fair Isle Socks)

November Knits by Kate Gagnon Osborn and Courtney Kelley (Shown: Burdock Cardigan)
45+ Knitted Cast-Ons and Bind-Offs (DVD) with Ann Budd Crimped Cardigan
by Sarah Wilson
knit.wear magazine
(Shown: Fall, 2012)

The Knitter's Handy Book of Top-Down Sweaters by Ann Budd (Shown: A Twisted Little Raglan)
Central Park Hoodie Kits,
pattern by Heather Lodinsky


Sand Dune Cardigan
by Maria Leigh
Seaglass Shell
by Daniella Nii
A Handknit Romance
by Jennie Atkinson (Shown: Sailor-Collar Blouse)

Isn't this a wonderful group of knitting goodness? Whichever project you pick, you'll enjoy learning how to knit new stitch patterns, new knitting techniques, and working with fabulous yarn.

I hope you'll choose one or more of these items from the Knitting Daily Shop!


Cheers,


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Jean@163 wrote
on Dec 20, 2012 10:23 AM

Where's the pattern for the green fedora hat on episode 909???????

kushami wrote
on Dec 18, 2012 7:29 PM

A great post, Kathleen! The Crimped Cardigan also caught my eye - could be a good summer project for here in the southern hemisphere :-)

on Dec 14, 2012 9:55 AM

The link to the cast-on and bind-off DVD doesn't work. :(

on Dec 14, 2012 9:26 AM

The crimped cardigan! I hadn't seen this one before. I'm loving garments that take little yarn, and this one just might fit the bill. I'm going to add this one to my Ravelry favorites. Thanks for doing the round up.