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Interweave Knits 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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Interweave Knits: A Wintry Mix

I’m lucky to see so many knitting patterns. My queue is full to bursting, yet I keep adding to it and rearranging it as if I’m going to knit everything on the list! I just can’t resist. The latest to make the cut is the Shiloh Sweater by Cassie Castillo, from Interweave Knits Winter 2016.…

Marveng Inverness 5

Cable Month Kick-off: Interweave Knits, Winter 2016

As far as kick-offs go this is one I can really get excited about. Happy Cable Month from Interweave Knits! One morning in late August my email dinged revealing a gallery of striking photography for Interweave Knits, Winter 2016. I drooled, I sighed, I swooned. It was a great way to start my day. Every photo…


Interweave Knits Winter 2016

The Winter issue of Interweave Knits brings heritage knitting to your fingertips featuring updated Aran and gansey sweaters, colorwork knitting, and textured scarves, hats, mittens and socks. Learn to choose your own colors for successful Fair Isle knitting using a colorwheel, and explore the best in new products, organic yarns, and the fascinating people who…

Interweave Margrit with Cat

Casting-Off: Margrit Lohrer of Morehouse Merino

Certain people in this world leave an indelible imprint on our hearts, and in Margrit’s case, in our stash, wrapped around our shoulders and lovingly stored in the family cedar chest. Interweave Knits, Winter 2016 had gone to the printer just a few days before I received an email from Albrecht Pichler, Margrit’s husband, informing…

Sarah's first gansey, the "At Sea Gansey" from the book Knitting in America. Photo by Sarah Lake Upton

Wool at Work: Utilitarian Yarns and the Gansey Sweater

For the spring 2015 issue of Interweave Knits, author Selma Moss-Ward wrote a piece about a fascinating knitter–a knitter and yarn-maker who spends much of her life working on the high seas as a ship engineer. We’ve excerpted from the article below; find the whole feature in the spring 2015 issue of Interweave Knits. If you…


Interweave Knits Gifts 2015

Interweave Knits Gifts 2015 Gear up for the winter holidays with over thirty new knitting projects designed to delight, decorate, and celebrate. Find quick knits, precious gifts, and fun ideas for the family and the home. With Interweave Knits’ classic take on style and knittability, you’ll love this wintery collection and the many stories and…


Falling for Knits Fall 2015

The issue is on sale and the preview is live, people! Knits Fall 2015 is all about celebrating classic British knits and yarns, beautiful cables, lace from Romi Hill,  and slip-stitch colorwork technique tips from Faina Goberstein. This issue even features two traditional-style sweaters for men—who doesn’t love that? Fall is probably my favorite season,…


Interweave Knits Fall 2015

Knits Fall 2015 Get cozy and classic for Fall with a new issue of Interweave Knits. From rustic yarns to infinite cables, from handsome men’s sweaters to the filigree stitches of lace and twists, we revel in all that is wooly and wonderful with this issue. Knit a bit of England with a round-up of BFL…

Ann McDonald Kelly Chesapeake Jacket 2

Local Color: Kansas

The Local Color sweater story in Knits Summer 2015 features some charming colorwork motifs inspired by the designers’ hometowns and regions in updated cowichan sweater style. There are Maryland crabs, railroad tracks, lilies, and smokestacks of Birgingham, Alabama, and an art-deco pattern inspired by the Chrysler building in New York City.   Chesapeake Jacket  …


Interweave Knits Summer 2015

  Interweave Knits Summer 2015 The summer issue of Interweave Knits looks to the woods, the fields, and the home with 21 projects that run the gamut from quick to epic. We look at the intersection of knitting and The Great Outdoors with projects for summer recreation and stories from knitters who hike, camp, cycle,…