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  • Knitscene Spring 2013

    Greet spring with a new issue of Knitscene, featuring 23 designs from your favorite indie designers. We take a look at flapper and vintage style, I-cord, the work of Catherine Shields, and different ways to set your knits on the bias. A round-up of new yarns and tools for 2013 rounds out this fresh and fabulous issue. 

    Buy the digital edition now or pre-order the print version (also available in stores on January 22, 2013).

     

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  • Knitscene, Winter 2011

    Knitscene's first-ever Winter issue delights with a collection of 22 must-have knits. From gypsy sweaters in the highlands to bobbled knits along the river; London-inspired cardigans for the gray days of winter; angora yarns; and the work of indie designer Alexis Winslow, this issue packs a wintery mix of inspiration, fun, and information.

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  • 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

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  • 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 

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  • 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!

     

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