In each issue, we feature up-and-coming designers, popular yarns, fun and concise tutorials, and fresh photography that invites the reader into a yarn-filled daydream. The projects are simple but intriguing, stylish but wearable, and designed for knitters of all ages and sizes.

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Stylish projects in linen-blend yarns or large-scale lace patterns help to beat the heat. Featured designer Grace Akhrem blends fashion and intarsia in chic colorblock projects. Plus, we review our top-picks for knitting products in trendy neon colors and highlight must-have lace knitting books and DVDs.

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  • Knitscene Spring 2014

    New year, new projects to knit from Knitscene Spring 2014—with 22 projects to excite your knitting senses. The issue combines perfect blend of pullovers for chilly spring evenings, lighter pieces to layer or wear separately, and must-knit accessories. We introduce a basic tenet of color theory—examining contrast between two colors of yarn—and explore the trend of black and white garments; tailored, feminine pieces in jewel tone yarn put the focus on neckline details; and Corrina Ferguson delivers sweet treats in her designer collection. 

    Purchase the digital edition today or pre-order the print editionOn newsstands January 14, 2014.

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  • Knitscene Winter 2013

    For most knitters, winter is the best season of them all—time to knit cozy cardigans and warm pullovers in the best yarns to be found. Knitscene Winter is the perfect magazine for those knitters, with 24 must-knit projects worked in delicious yarns that make the process thoroughly enjoyable. Knitting gets the royal treatment in a story featuring beautiful purple yarns; we take the road less traveled with a woodsy theme, tubular cast-ons are demystified in a tutorial and three projects that are destined to become favorites, and featured designer Ruth Garcia-Alcantud gives us the first ever international designer collection.

     

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  • Knitscene Fall 2013

    Fall is a knitter’s season, and Knitscene Fall 2013 has 21 patterns to knit right now and wear when the weather turns cooler. Chevrons, mock cables, reverse stockinette stitch, and ombré yarns combine with Cassie Castillo’s designer collection make this the only magazine you’ll need this fall.

     

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  • Knitscene Accessories 2013

    Journey through style with Knitscene Accessories 2013—the 33 accessory patterns in this super-sized issue provide endless inspiration. Explore personal style in wearing and designing knits, then tackle 4 techniques to use in so many ways. The hottest shawls, scarves, mitts, hats, and socks to knit—they’re all here. Download the digital version now, or pre-order your physical copy today. 

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  • Knitscene Summer 2013

    Twenty-one designs show off summer fibers and streamlined silhouettes while exhibiting Knitscene's fresh appeal. Learn about solar dyeing, knitting scientists, Cirilia Rose's trip to Amsterdam, and designer Hilary Smith Callis. Styles include 60s necklines, peplums, tennis sweaters, and lots of lace for those hot days ahead. 

    Order your physical edition today, or download the digital edition right now! On newsstands April 16. 

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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 2012

    Style and technique mesh in this issue of Knitscene. Learn to work short-rows, find the best knitting apps, and try your hand at motif knitting and working with single-ply yarns. Visit Iceland with knit-maven Cirilia Rose and her knitterati friends; check out yarn producers of New England; and discover the work of designer Leah B. Thibault. 22 designs delve into the coolest of winter knitting. 

    Buy the digital edition now or purchase your physical copy from the Interweave store. On Newsstands October 23, 2012.

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  • Knitscene Fall 2012

    From knitterly dreamscapes to the hard edges of the city, the Fall issue of Knitscene packs fabulous style and intriguing projects. You’ll find classic garments with unexpected twists; cables, texture, colorwork, and pictorial lace. Learn all about zippers with designer Josh Bennett, then take a look at other options for closures in our hot product roundup. Finally, Rosemary (Romi) Hill brings you doily-inspired lace in her exclusive design collection.

    Buy the digital edition now or purchase your physical copy from the Interweave store. On Newsstands July 10, 2012.

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  • Knitscene Accessories 2012

    Take the knitted accessory to new heights with this super-sized special issue of Knitscene. With themed collections, plentiful tutorials, breathtaking photography, interesting features, and Knitscene’s usual sense of style and focus on simplicity, this issue will be a shelf-keeper for years to come. 

    Buy the digital edition now or purchase your physical copy from the Interweave store. On Newsstands June 5, 2012

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  • Knitscene Summer 2012

    It's back to nature and back to basics with the summer issue of Knitscene. We explore leaf motifs in all their forms, as well as organic cotton yarns. Simple, warm-weather projects make great basics, while Sarah Wilson (AKA The Sexy Knitter) shows off a girly sensibility in her exclusive design collection. Discover great knitting bags, how to measure gauge accurately, and the world of knit comics. The 23 designs are simple, wearable, and free-spirited.

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  • Knitscene Spring 2012

    Revel in variegated yarns, whimsical style, and exciting how-to with the Spring 2012 issue of Knitscene. Learn to work duplicate stitch embroidery and about the colorful world of Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark. Discover the difference between kettle dyed and space dyed yarns—and the other basic dye styles of your favorite sock yarns. Get a sneak peek of the season’s new yarns and a trend overview. Fashions range from urban to retro to sleek to sweetheart—something for every knitter. 

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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, Fall 2011

    The new Fall 2011 issue of knitscene has something for everyone, with patterns for cardigans, sweaters, shawls, and more! Learn to customize knitted sweaters to fit your body, and how a seamless yoke sweater is made. Knitted lace edgings and laceweight yarns are also featured.

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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.

     

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