inspires and informs the modern knitter with projects and articles that celebrate the handmade life. Each issue features lush projects from your favorite designers, in-depth technique articles to further your knitting knowledge, information on the latest must-have yarns, designer profiles, and much more.

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The Fall issue packs a lot of knitting—cables, collars, pockets, textures, colorwork, lace, and more! With rustic tweeds and luxe blends, the yarns are sure to delight, while a nod to menswear throughout the collection makes for sporty outerwear and tailored classics. Learn about fisherman’s rib, Clara Parkes’ new yarn company, and more. 

Purchase the digital edition today or pre-order the print edition. On newsstands August 19.

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Recent Issues

  • Interweave Knits Summer 2014

    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.

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  • Interweave Knits Spring 2014

    The Spring issue of Interweave Knits takes readers on a treasure hunt through the world of knitting, from the hidden yarn shops of Manhattan, to a flea market of tools and trinkets, to an eclectic and vintage-inspired collection of sweaters and accessories. These projects have character and interest in abundance, while the articles also focus on the unique, the quirky, and the colorful. On sale February 18, 2014.

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  • Interweave Knits Winter 2014

    Take a big look at knitting! This collection celebrates knitting as outerwear, with generous jackets, whimsical accessories, and classic pullovers. We bring you southwestern-inspired projects that revel in color, motif, and silhouette. A story of cabled garments takes the timeless Aran and displays it in contemporary palettes. Finally, we look at henleys and knit-purl combinations in a rugged story geared for the outdoorswoman. Features focus on the fascinating life of lace-master Galina Khmeleva and the science of waffle and other thermal stitches. On sale November 19, 2013

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  • 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. 

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  • Interweave Knits Summer 2013

    Get swept away with the Summer 2013 issue of Interweave Knits. We’re celebrating the best of warm weather knitting with 21 carefree projects that delight in breezy texture. We’ll also take a look at unconventional silk blends, chat with rising star Amy Miller, and explore lace design with Deborah Newton. On sale May 21, 2013.
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  • Interweave Knits Spring 2013

    The Spring 2013 issue of Interweave Knits is here, with 18 fresh projects to ring in the spring. The first issue of 2013 is packed with bright, bold pieces to jumpstart your knitting. You’ll find something for every knitter— from exquisite lace to playful colorwork. PLUS, we’ll reveal the secrets of Estonian lace, chat with designer Carol Feller, and take a peek at yarn bombing and the new chainette yarns.

    The eighteen projects in Knits Spring 2013 are sure to make you smile. From pretty pieces with modern lace insets (“Lace in Place”), to simple, breezy layering pieces (“In Relief”), to lighthearted patterning (“What Happened on Clayton Street”), and floating, feminine lace (“Float, Flutter, Drift”), you’re sure to find a new project to love. Cast on and make something new!

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  • Interweave Knits Winter 2012

    Cold weather is here, along with 25 new projects from Interweave Knits. We’re bringing you timeless techniques in shapes and colors you can wear today. Curl up with projects that dress up a night on the town (“Color, Line, Stitch”), reinvigorate colorwork (“Of Another Color”), explore twisting cables and arans (“Hold to Back”), and take lacy stitches into the winter months (“Rough Hewn”). PLUS, we’ll decode infinite cables, meet designer Kristen TenDyke, and discover the colors of undyed fibers. Needles and yarn—there’s no better way to stay warm.

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  • 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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  • 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!

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  • 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!

     
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  • 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.

     

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  • 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!

     

     

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  • 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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  • 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.

     

     

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