Slipping from the woolly edge of spring, into the crunchy textures of linen and cotton, the Summer issue of Interweave Knits bring you geometric lace, loose and cool silhouettes, and contemporary style. These patterns entice the eye, inspire the needles, and work throughout the year as wardrobe items. We take a look at a brand new way to knit socks, how dyes take to different fibers, and trends and news from around the yarn world.
Purchase the digital edition today or pre-order the print edition. On newsstands May 20.
Knits Summer 2014 Sources
Where It Comes From The Boutique Yarn Lineby Shirley Paden
Yarn Review Field of Breedsby Hannah Baker
A Knitter's World Case Study: Same Dye, Different Fiberby Lisa Shroyer
Beyond the Basics A New Way to Knit Socksby Betty Salpekar
I've purchaised the digital edition, but i didn't get the downloads.
Now I have no money and no patterns.
My questions to Interweave Knits are not answered
This week, we launched the preview for the summer issue of Interweave Knits . You can see all of the
I have just read my magazine and I have found lots of ideas. But Something disapointes me: why are there so few models this time? I can imagine the price of the magazine is the same... so we have less for more? Maybe the next issue will contain almost 30 patterns so there will be an equilibrium :)
A frustrating Summer 2014 issue! Why are there so many sometimes identical pictures of the solefull socks taking up so many pages and so few and rather small pictures of the other designs ex. Inlet Cardigan?
When I first saw Lisa Hoffman's lace shawl from our Interweave Knits Summer 2014 issue, I immediately
Hello there! We are right in the thick of summer, people. Not that this is a novel thought, but it’s