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  • Knitscene, Summer 2011

    In its first ever summer issue, Knitscene explores plant fibers, quick and unusual accessories, and great layering garments. Who says people don't knit in the summertime? This is a dynamic time of year, characterized by long days, sun-lit activities, and wild color. We travel, we find time to relax, we spend time in air-conditioning and along the rims of volcanoes. Every page is inspiring and lively, while the knitting itself is simple and fun.


  • Knitscene Easy 2010


    Whether you've just learned to knit or have been knitting since you were a small child, KnitScene Easy is the best resource!
    Handy stitch reference guides are sprinkled throughout the issue, so newcomers can easily refresh their memories, while advanced knitters will love the simple-yet-stylish accessories—perfect for busting that stash! Plus, easy (and cute!) garments will have you whipping up a new sweater for spring in no time. Learn to knitblog, and follow one beginning gal as she learns to knit for the first time.
    Available as a digital PDF issue.


  • Knitscene Winter/Spring 2010

    Make your wardrobe span the winter-to-spring transition with the newest issue of Knitscene! With 28 new patterns to choose from, you can layer up with cardigans and pullovers, including 3 stunning designs by Connie Chang Chinchio, or get ready for warmth with breezy tanks and tees. Miriam Felton explores triangular shawl-shaping techniques and Karen Frisa introduces knitting in the round.

    Buy the digital edition now!

  • Knitscene Spring 2007

    Knitscene is a celebration of the creative urge. Try a new yarn, a new technique, a new silhouette—just open the pages of knitscene and you’ll find the inspiration to make make make for months to come. Sweaters, skirts, bags, home items, jewelry, baby items, man items—we pack a ton of projects into a little magazine with a lot of style and fun. We hope you enjoy

  • Knitscene Fall 2006

    "Knitscene is about helping you play with sumptuous fibers and intriguing textures. We want you to experience how, with the right materials, even the simplest pattern can produce stunning results. But we also realize that knitters love a challenge—and if you’re ready to take your knitting beyond the rectangle, you’ll find plenty of inspiration here. Enjoy!"—Editor Clara Parkes 

  • Knitscene Fall 2005


    Welcome to the premier issue of Interweave Press knitscene—a magazine for knitters who can’t get enough of knitting.You know what I mean. All those yarns—sumptuous, sparkly, and color rich—that beg to be swatched, all those projects—dainty, big-stitch, and whimsical—that clamor for a cast-on. Knitscene offers projects that are long on style, but not too long on technical know-how. If you follow trends, but go for the offbeat; if you love to knit, but aren’t afraid to try a little crochet and embroidery, too; and if you like an occasional knitting challenge, but want a project that goes from start to finish in the same season, then open these pages—you’re home. Knitscene brings you the stuff of knitters’ dreams. Now wake up and get clicking!