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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,…

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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  …

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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,…

Mount Robson Pullover, Interweave Knits summer 2015

Why you NEED wool in the summertime!

I’m thrilled to introduce the summer 2015 issue of Interweave Knits, and you’ll notice there’s a theme of knitting in The Great Outdoors, as well as a good amount of wool yarn in this warm-weather issue. Let me tell you a little story that might help explain this angle we’ve taken with the summer issue.…

Interweave Knits Corrections 1996

FALL 1996 Rainforest Pullover clarification (page 30): If you have trouble with the cluster Stitch, work an 11-stitch sample for 12 rows. The technique should become clear. As you work the garment pieces from the charts, look ahead to the next row of the chart on page 32 to know where to place the cluster…

Interweave Knits Corrections 2012

Interweave Knits Spring 2012 Birch Point Hoodie, page 80-86 Correction: Sleeves With smaller dpn, CO 49, (53, 57, 65, 67, 71) sts. Do not join. Turn work. Next row (RS) K16 (18, 20, 24, 25, 27), work Rnd 1 of Cuff chart over 17 sts, k16 (18, 20, 24, 25, 27) Pm and join in the…

Interweave Knits Corrections 2000

SPRING 2000 Nordic Floral Complement (page 14) Cardigan sleeves—After working facing, work 4 rnds olive green and 6 rnds off-white, inc 20 sts evenly spaced on last rnd—85 (87) sts.Work 64-row Sleeve chart a total of 2 times, inc 1 st each side of marker every 4 rnds—149 (151) sts. On the Cardigan Sleeve chart…

Interweave Knits Corrections 1999

SPRING 1999 Bamboo Pullover (page 18). Say it ain’t so, Joe! We mistakenly printed the incorrect version of this pattern.Click here for correct version Sweet Peas Cardigan (page 16). Make bobbles as follows: (k1, p1, k1) in same st, turn, p3, turn, k3tog. Tulip Twin Set (page 54). After working the Tulip Lace chart (for…

Interweave Knits Corrections 1998

SPRING 1998 Stained Glass Tunic (page 40). Chart key omitted sybmol for k2tog. k2tog SUMMER 1998 Beyond the Basics (pages 7–8): The information for adding bust fullness is incorrect. You should add bust fullness to the center of a garment the same way you add fullness to the tummy. Work three or four sets of…