Interweave Knits, Summer 2011

Summer at last! We've got you covered with 21 warm weather knits that celebrate Good Knitting: from fast, fresh texture to easy, breezy lace, the Summer 2011 issue of Interweave Knits is bursting with projects you'll want to cast on for right away.

 

 

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Resources

LACE GOES AFIELD

Coral Cardigan - Knitting Pattern
Nancy Eiseman


Greenhouse Tank - Knitting Pattern
Deborah Newton

Torch Lily Tee - Knitting Pattern
Pam Powers

Adriatic Cardigan - Knitting Pattern
Amy Christoffers

Cobblestone Vest - Knitting Pattern
Talitha Kuomi


 
 
SUMMER TWINE

Camp Smock - Knitting Pattern
Mary Keenan

Lace and Cable Scarflette - Knitting Pattern
Kathy Zimmerman

Hourglass Lace Socks - Knitting Pattern
Silka Burgoyne

Mission Cardigan - Knitting Pattern
Erica Schlueter



Banstead Pullover - Knitting Pattern
Lisa Shroyer
 
A LITTLE SOMETHING

Dockside Cardigan
Amy Miller



Swirl Skirt
AnneLena Mattison

Cumulus Tee- Knitting Pattern
Allyson Dykhuizen
 
MIXED MEDIA

Cat’s Eye Tam Knitting Pattern
Mary Jane Mucklestone

Bistro Lace Stole Knitting Pattern
Daniela Nii


Lion Oh! Sweater - Knitting Pattern
Stacey Gerbman

Amelia Hoodie
Erica Jackofsky




 
FINE LINES

Al Fresco Camisole Knitting Pattern
Alice Tang

Pebble and Reed Tunic - Knitting Pattern
Daniela Nii

Baby Elephant Vest - Knitting Pattern
Melanie Rice

Gossamer Smocked Tunic - Knitting Pattern
Shelley Gerber


   
 
DEPARTMENTS AND FEATURES

  Departments

  • Strands
  • News & Views
  • Glossary
  • Sources for Supplies
  • Advertisers' Index
  • Project Index
  • Ravelings
    Brenda Castiel

Features

Yarn Review: Bast Fibers
by Deborah Robson
Understanding and working with linen and hemp.

Where It Comes From
by Larissa Gibson
A silken skein.

Artist Spotlight: Ben Cuevas
by Sabrina Gschwandtner
Bare bones knitting.

Bookshelf: Portable Knits
by Clara Parkes
Hit the road and knit.

Beyond the Basics: Any Way You Want It
by Melanie Rice
Custom pictorial lace motifs.

Profile: Kathy Zimmerman
by Julie Matthews
A quarter century of creating classic cables and
cardigans.

 


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