TAGS: Knitting Patterns

  • Interweave Knits Spring 2015

    Get your coffee and settle into a delightful new issue of Interweave Knits. Escape to the far reaches of the ocean with the knitter and seawoman behind Upton Yarns’ functional fisherman yarns; swatch your way through traditional 5-ply gansey wools; learn about Brown Sheep Yarn’s legacy on the Great Plains; try out knitted-on edgings; and find 18 eye-catching designs, including knitted shawls and clever set-in sleeves. 

    Purchase the digital edition today or pre-order the physical edition. Hits newsstands February 17. 

    Knits Spring 2015 Yarn Sources

  • Make it! Knits

    From the editors of Interweave Knits comes this special issue, Make it! Knits, filled with favorite projects from past Knits and Knitscene issues. Heavier yarn weights and simpler patterns ease new knitters into the craft and make yarn substitutions clear and uncomplicated. In addition to the 33 projects, this issue includes four useful and straightforward articles on reading knitting patterns, how to knit-in-the-round, reading charts, and calculating the amount of yarn needed for a project. Make it! Knits suits a a range of knitters in skill and style, whether a beginner or someone in need of stash-busting projects in worsted- to bulky-weight yarns.

    Purchase the digital edition today or pre-order the print edition. On newsstands September 30.

  • Interweave Knits Fall 2013

    The Fall issue of Interweave Knits is deeply focused on texture and craft for new heirloom knits. Colorwork, dropped stitches, and diagonal graphics drive the pattern collection, while rustic and rich are the focus in yarn and product reviews. Kristin Omdahl walks us through working joined motifs, and we learn about the life and times of the yarn seer, Clara Parkes. On sale August 20, 2013. 

    Interweave Knits Fall Sources


  • 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.

  • Interweave Knits, Summer 2012

    Brighten up with 23 summer favorites from Interweave Knits. The Summer 2012 issue is packed with color and techniques just right for warm weather knitting. Find the perfect accessory for summer parties in “As Pretty Does,” or explore modern lace in “Knit Two Together, Yarn Over.” “Clay, Cotton, Wood and Wool” shows off pretty shapes with organic texture, while “A Different Stripe” plays with stripes of all kinds. Round out your knitting with cozy, menswear-inspired pieces “On Edwards Street.” PLUS, we take a peek inside Laura Bryant’s colorful world, and help find the perfect needles for any project. Grab your sunglasses, pack your knitting bag, and get excited for bright summer knitting!

  • Interweave Knits, Spring 2012

    The Spring 2012 issue of Interweave Knits is here at last, with eighteen fresh, vivid knits full of bright color and toothsome technique. “Knit Definitive” shows off one ultra-modern sweater. “High Definition” explores gentle textures. “Fancy Work” rethinks beaded knitting. “Airs and Graces” sets out to discover new ways of knitting airy fabrics. And “Knitting Fundamentals” rounds up some fast, simple knits that show off bold color. PLUS, we're getting up close and personal with Mari Lynn Patrick, and setting out to swatch the lace universe. Spring is just around the corner—shake off the winter and get knitting!

  • Interweave Knits, Winter 2011

    Warm your world with the winter issue of Interweave Knits. 23 delicious projects celebrate cozy cold-weather knitting with vintage silhouettes, twisting cables, and embellished fancies. PLUS, we chat with Annemor Sundbo, Norway's preeminent knitting historian, and take a look at what makes cables work.


  • Interweave Knits, Fall 2011

    In the Fall 2011 issue of Interweave Knits, we explore lacy textures for layering in "All In A Golden Afternoon," shaggy-round-the-edges rustic colorwork in "The Teleidescope Turns," bold stitches in big yarns in "The Elements of Knitting," and simple, beautiful knitting in "Knitting, Interrupted." Grab your yarn and needles and cast on!



  • 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.



  • Interweave Knits, Spring 2011

    We've stocked the Spring 2011 issue of Interweave Knits with all the right projects to get you dreaming about spring: "Uncommon Flax" explores flowing, sculptural knits that take advantage of linen's drape; "Block by Block" investigates punchy modern colorblock knitting; "Fabric Interrupted" showcases gently sophisticated lace projects; "Mod*u*lar" looks at fun modular knits, and "Circumnavigated" collects knits built in unusual ways.