Interweave Knits Fall 2016: the 20th Anniversary Edition

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Interweave Knits Fall 2016 celebrates its 20th anniversary with a star line up of contributors, as well as sidebars, articles, and stories from the past and present editors of Knits.

In this issue we’ve celebrated classic knits in our Into the Woods story, which features updated traditional knits full of cables, tweeds, colorwork, and the inviting designs you will always find in the pages of Interweave Knits. Industrial Harvest brings our readers knits with an edge with cool, modern, stylish knits that give a nod to the past but progress Knits into the future. Both stories bridge generations of Knits readers by honoring our heritage-based roots while inviting a new generation of knitters into the Knits family.

Editors of Knits past and present, including Pam Allen, Lisa Shroyer, Melanie Falick, Hannah Baker, and Meghan Babin, have contributed designs and/or sidebars on their tenure. Mary Jane Mucklestone, the Fair Isle master, has written an article to free steeking of its stigma and designed an accompanying menswear Fair Isle vest.

Star Designers: Michele Wang, Pam Allen, Kate Gagnon Osborn, Kathy Zimmerman, Mary Jane Mucklestone, Susanna IC.

Buy the digital edition or order the print edition today!

Industrial Harvest

 

The Cabin in the Woods

 

Premiere Patterns

 

Features

Fiber Journal: Fall Fibers 

Editors’ Notes (From the Past)

Beyond the Basics: A Master Class on Steeking
Mary Jane Mucklestone

Departments

Editor’s Note
Meghan Babin

Makers Tools

Ravelings
Nancy Obremski

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About sarahrothberg

Sarah Rothberg is the assistant editor for Interweave Knits. Graduating from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism, she has a diverse background in knitting, photography, videography, drawing, sculpting, writing, and painting. She started learning textile arts with embroidery and crochet from her great-grandmother and grandmother and started knitting in college by making scarves for her friends. She now aspires to take on more complex projects and break out of her scarf-centric comfort zone.

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