Interweave Knits Fall 2012

Be inspired to practice new techniques with the Fall 2012 issue of Interweave Knits. From stylish openwork for cooler weather (“Stiches Go to Town”), to deeply etched cables (“One for the Road”), to casual, low-relief textures (“Fancy That”) to exquisite knits in classically wooly yarns (“All Wool and a Yard Wide”) and bold, bright colorwork (“Left Stranded”), you’re sure to find something your needles will crave. Fresh patterns and classic technique—it’s what fall knitting is all about.

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STITCHES GO TO TOWN

Petit Four Pullover
Heather Zoppetti


Anniken Allis

 

ONE FOR THE ROAD

Jennifer Wood

Stefanie Bold

Erica Schlueter

 

Roam Tunic
Amy Christoffers



Kate Knuff


Three's a Charm Tam
Catherine Shields


Aran Sampler Cowl
Ginevra Martin


FANCY THAT

Jon's Sweater
Sarah Wilson



Amstel Hat
Courtney Kelley


Emily's Coat

Andrea Babb


Gretel's Mittens
Allison Haas
 

 
ALL WOOL AND A YARD WIDE


Zelda's Cloche
Shelley Gerber



Woven Rain Hat

Alex Capshaw-Taylor


Pirouette Gloves

Amy Gunderson




Pluie Cardigan
Alex Capshaw-Taylor

 
LEFT STRANDED

Big Tile Pullover
Margaux Hufnagel




A Horse, of Course
Stacey Gerbman
 
DEPARTMENTS AND FEATURES

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  • Strands
  • News & Views
  • The Knitting Life
    Mary Kaiser
  • Glossary
  • Sources for Supplies
  • Advertisers' Index
  • Project Index
  • Ravelings
    Karen C. Chamis

Features

Artist Spotlight: John Krynick by Sabrina Gschwandtner An artist investigates the world around him through knitting

Yarn Review: Born in the U.S.A. by Interweave Knits Staff As American as alpaca, plied.

Beyond the Basics: Popcorns and Points by Mary Jane Mucklestone Andean Knitting Secrets

Back to Basics: Tools of the Trade: The Ultimate Guide to Knitting Needles, Part II by Amanda Williams More tried-and-true favorites


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tongsra wrote
on Aug 16, 2012 11:14 PM

This book do not come to me ...pls help to check...tks

anana wrote
on Aug 29, 2012 10:37 AM

I really love this fall issue! I have find again the Interweave knits I met some months ago! I don't know vhich pattern knit first... and I have found very encouraging editor's (Eunny Jang) adviceabout hard or easy knitting. She gave me more confidence to start  "tricky" patterns, I'll sure do some of them!